Hsieh, E. (in press). The politics of translation and interpretation in international communication. In E. M. Kramer (Ed.), Oxford research encyclopedia of communication. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.701
Terui, S., & Hsieh, E. (2020). Managing communicative challenges and interactional dilemma: Native speakers’ responses to non-native speakers’ lack of understanding. Discourse Processes, 57(1), 48-65.
Hsieh, E., & Kramer, E. M. (2019). Work as health: Tensions of imposing work requirements to Medicaid patients in the United States. In S. L. Arxer & J. W. Murphy (Eds.), Community-based health interventions in an institutional context (pp. 139-157). Springer.
Kramer, E. M., & Hsieh, E. (2019). Gaze as embodied ethics: Homelessness, the Other, and humanity. In M. J. Dutta & D. B. Zapata (Eds.), Communicating for social change (pp. 33-62). Palgrave Macmillan.
Hsieh, E. (2017). Surviving violence in everyday life: A communicative approach to homelessness . Social Work in Public Health, 32, 110-121.
Hsieh, E., Bruscella, J. S., Zanin, A., Kramer, E. M. (2016). “It’s not like you need to live 10 or 20 years”: Challenges to patient-centered care in gynecologic oncologist-patient interactions. Qualitative Health Research, 26, 1191-1202.
Hsieh, E. (2016). Voices of the homeless: An emic approach to the experiences of health disparities of people who are homeless. Social Work in Public Health, 31, 328-340.
Terui, S. & Hsieh, E. (2016). “Not homeless yet. I’m kind of couch surfing.”: Finding identities for people at a homeless shelter. Social Work in Public Health, 31, 688-699.
Pitaloka, D., & Hsieh, E. (2015). Health as submission and social responsibilities: Embodied Experiences of Javanese Women with Type II Diabetes. Qualitative Health Research, 25, 1155-1165.
Hsieh, & Nicodemus, B. (2015). Conceptualizing emotion in healthcare interpreting: A normative approach to interpreters’ emotion work. Patient Education and Counseling, 98, 1474-1481.