Rachel Humphris and Hannah Bradby ‘Health status of refugees and asylum seekers in Europe’ in Oxford Research Enclyopaedia of Global Public Health (ed) David McQueen. New York: Oxford University Press.
Hannah Bradby ‘Medical migration and the global politics of equality’ pp 491-507 in The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities (eds) Anne Whitehead, Angela Woods, Sarah Atkinson, Jane Macnaughton and Jennifer Richards. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Jenny Phillimore and Hannah Bradby ‘Public Policy, Immigrant Experiences, and Health Outcomes in the United Kingdom’ pp 133-153 Immigration, public policy and health: Newcomer experiences in developed nations (ed.) Dennis Raphael. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Hannah Bradby and Sandra Torres ‘Public Policy, Immigrant Experiences, and Health Outcomes in Sweden’ pp 291-314 in Immigration, public policy and health: Newcomer experiences in developed nations (ed.) Dennis Raphael. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press
Hannah Bradby ‘Margaret Stacey: The Sociology of Health and Healing’ pp 262-272 in The Palgrave Handbook of Social Theory in Health, Illness and Medicine(ed.) Fran Collyer. London: Palgrave. ISBN 9781349470228
Janet Hargreaves, Hannah Bradby and Mary Robson ‘Use of Patient Stories in Health and Social Care pp 69-80 in Narrative, Memory and Ordinary Lives. (eds.) David Robinson, Pamela Fisher, Tracey Yeadon-Lee, Sarah Jane Robinson and Pete Woodcock. Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield.
Waqar Ahmad and Hannah Bradby ‘Locating ethnicity and health: exploring concepts and contexts.’ pp 1-15 in (eds) Ethnicity, Health and Health Care: Understanding Diversity, Tackling Disadvantage. (eds.) Waqar Ahmad and Hannah Bradby. Oxford: Blackwell.
Hannah Bradby and Tarani Chandola ‘Ethnicity and racism in the politics of health in Britain’ pp 76-85 in Public Health: Social Context and Action (eds.) Angela Scriven and Sebastian Garman. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Hannah Bradby and Tarani Chandola ‘Inequalities and ethnicity: evidence and intervention’ pp 95-110 in Challenging Health Inequalities (eds.) Elizabeth Dowler and Nick Spencer. Bristol: Policy Press.
‘Understanding honour and religion as resource and constraint for young British Asians’ pp 132-148 in Theorising Religion (eds.) James A Beckford and John Walliss. Avebury: Ashgate.
‘Finding space in a tight-knit community — qualitative research with Glasgow Punjabis’ pp 49-51 in Reflections on Research: The Realities of Doing Research in the Social Sciences (eds.) Nina Hallowell, Julia Lawton and Susan Gregory. Maidenhead: Open University Press, McGrawhill Education.
Biology, society, ethnicity and racism’ peer-reviewed entry for Encyclopedia Of The Human Genome (cd rom and book), Nature Publishing Group. Subsequently re-issued as web-based publication.
‘Communication, interpretation and translation’ pp 129-148 in Sociology, Ethnicity and Nursing (eds.) Simon Dyson and Lorraine Culley. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
‘Locality, loyalty and identity: Experiences of travel and marriage among young Punjabi women in Glasgow’ pp 236-249 in Tourism and Sex: Culture, Commerce and Coercion (eds.) Stephen Clift and Simon Carter. London: Cassells.
‘Negotiating Marriage: Young Punjabi women’s assessment of their individual and family interests’ pp 152-166 in Gender, Ethnicity and Social Change (eds.) Rohit Barot, Harriet Bradley and Steve Fenton. London: Macmillan.
Rory Williams, Helen Bush, Mike Lean, Annie Anderson, Hannah Bradby. ‘Food choice and culture in a cosmopolitan city: South Asians, Italians and other Glaswegians’ pp 267-284 in The Nation’s Diet: the Social Science of Food Choice (ed.) Anne Murcott. London: Addison-Wesley Longman.
‘Health, heating and heart attacks: Glaswegian Punjabi women’s thinking about everyday food’ pp 211-233 in Food health and identity (ed.) Pat Caplan. London: Routledge.
‘Introduction’ pp 1-8 in Deﬁning Violence (ed.) Hannah Bradby. Aldershot: Avebury.
Hannah Bradby. ‘Racism and the New Genetics’ pp 295-316 in The Benefits and Hazards of the New Genetics (eds.) Martin Richards and Theresa Marteau. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.