Vu, Lung and Mark VanLandingham. 2012. Physical and mental health consequences of Katrina on Vietnamese immigrants in New Orleans: A pre- and post-disaster assessment. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 14(3):386-394.
Do, Mai, Paul Hutchinson, Kathryn Mai, and Mark VanLandingham. 2009. Disparities in health care among Vietnamese New Orleanians and the impacts of Hurricane Katrina. Research in the Sociology of Health Care 27:301-319. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/S0275-4959(2009)0000027016
Norris, Fran, Mark VanLandingham, and Lung Vu. 2009. PTSD in Vietnamese Americans Following Hurricane Katrina: Prevalence, Patterns, and Predictors. Journal of Traumatic Stress 22-2: 91-101. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jts.20389
Vu, Lung, Mark VanLandingham, Mai Do, and Carl L. Bankston III. 2009. Evacuation and Return of Vietnamese New Orleanians Affected by Hurricane Katrina. Organization and Environment 22: 422-436. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1086026609347184
VanLandingham Mark. 2014. How culture - and other factors – help the Vietnamese of New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina. Policy Brief for the Scholars Strategy Network. Cambridge, MA: Scholars Strategy Network.
Tran, Thanh Cam and Mark VanLandingham. 2013. Hurricane Katrina’s Impacts on Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans, Louisiana (KATIVA-NOLA): Project Report. Manuscript.
Carlin Kathleen, Alex Priebe, Caitlin Canfield, and Mark VanLandingham. 2012. Uống Nước Nhớ Nguồn (When you drink from the spring, remember the source); a narrative of Vietnamese American resilience. In Mendenhall E and A Koon, eds. Environmental Health Narratives: A Reader for Youth. University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque, NM.
Carlin, Kathleen, Alexandra Priebe, Mai Do, Carl Bankston, and Mark VanLandingham. 2011. Culture and Resiliency within a Vietnamese-American Enclave post-Katrina. Global Horizons, Center for Policy and Resilience, University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast, Long Beach, MS.
Carlin, Kathleen. 2011. A hurricane is nothing! Louisiana Folklore Miscellany 21.
Fu, Hongyun and Mark VanLandingham. 2012. Mental health consequences of international migration for Vietnamese Americans and the mediating effect of social networks: Results from a natural experiment approach. Demography 49(2): 393-424 (lead article).
Fu Hongyun and Mark VanLandingham. 2012. Disentangling the effects of migration, selection and acculturation on weight and body fat distribution: Results from a natural experiment involving Vietnamese Americans, returnees, and never-leavers. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 14(5): 786-796.
Fu, Hongyun and Mark VanLandingham. 2010. Mental and physical health consequences of repatriation for Vietnamese returnees. Journal of Refugee Studies 23(2): 160-182.
VanLandingham Mark. In press. Promoting teamwork, from within and from afar. In Dingwall, Robert, and Mary McDonnell (eds). The Handbook of Research Management. London: Sage.
VanLandingham, Mark and Mengxi Zhang. In press. Migration and health. In Ritzer, George and J. Michael Ryan (eds). The Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell Books.
VanLandingham Mark and Hongyun Fu. 2012. Migration and health in Southeast Asia. In Williams, Lindy and Philip Guest (eds). Demographic Change in Southeast Asia. Ithaca: Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications.
VanLandingham, Mark. 2009. Impacts of rural to urban migration on the health of young adult migrants in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In: Luong, Hy Van (editor): Urbanization, Migration, and Poverty in a Vietnamese Metropolis: Ho Chi Minh City in Comparative Perspective. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.