Hannah Bradby, ‘Subjectivity, Experience and Evidence. Death like milk on the doorstep.’ Chapter 7, pp 101-115 in Geohumanities and Health in Global Perspectives on Health Geography series (eds) Sarah Atkinson and Rachel Hunt. Springer International.
Hannah Bradby, ‘Refugee and migrant health: A perspective from Sweden’ chapter 17, pp 185-193 in Refugee Migration and Health Challenges for Germany and Europe (eds) Alexander Krämer and Florian Fischer. Springer International.
Hannah Bradby, ‘International medical migration. Global movements of doctors and nurses’ pp 737-750 in The Sociology of Health and Illness. Critical Perspectives 10th edition (eds) Peter Conrad and Valerie Leiter. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
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.