Bischoff, Claire, Elizabeth Gandolfo and Annie Hardison-Moody, Eds. 2017. Parenting as Spiritual Practice and Source for Theology: Mothering Matters. New York: Palgrave.
Hardison-Moody, Annie. 2016. When Religion Matters: Practicing Healing in the Aftermath of the Liberian Civil War. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock
Hardison-Moody, Annie and Jessica M. Smith, eds., 2011. Religion, Health and Healing, an issue of Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Multimedia Journal of Religious Practices and Practical Theology 4.
Selected Peer-reviewed Publications
Hardison-Moody, Annie, Julia Yao, 2019. “Faithful Families, Thriving Communities: Bridging Faith and Health Through a State-Level Partnership,” AJPH. 109, no. 3 (March 1, 2019): pp. 363-368.
Hardison-Moody, Annie, Lillian MacNell, Sinikka Elliott, Sarah Bowen, 2018. “How Social, Cultural,and Economic Environments Shape Infant Feeding for Low-Income Women: A Qualitative Study in North Carolina,” Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and
Bloom, J.Dara, Annie Hardison-Moody and Michael Schulman, 2018. “Bonding and Bridging:Leveraging Immigrant and Refugee Community Assets to Support Healthy
Eating,” Community Development. 49(2).
MacNell, Lillian, Sinikka Elliott, Annie Hardison-Moody, Sarah Bowen. 2017. Black and Latino urban food desert residents’ perceptions of their food environment and factors that influence food shopping decisions. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition.
Hardison-Moody, Annie, Jason Bocarro, Mike Edwards, Anna Stein, Michael Kanters, Danielle Sherman, Lori Rhew, Willona Stallings, Sarah Bowen. 2017. Shared Use of Physical Activity Facilities Among North Carolina Faith Communities, 2013. Preventing Chronic Disease. 14.
Seeman, Don, Iman Roushdy-Hammady, Annie Hardison-Moody, Carol Hogue, Winifred Thompson, Laurie Gaydos,.2016. “Choosing Unintended Pregnancy: Religion, Agency, and the Discourse of Public Health.” Medicine Anthropology Theory
Hardison-Moody, Annie, Sarah Bowen, J. Dara Bloom, Marissa Sheldon, Lorelei Jones, and Brandi Leach. 2015. “Incorporating Nutrition Education Classes into Food Pantry Settings: Lessons Learned in Design and Implementation.” Journal of Extension. 53(6).
Jakes, Susan, Annie Hardison-Moody, Sarah Bowen, and John Blevins. 2015. “Engaging Community Change: The Critical Role of Values in Asset Mapping.” Community Development 46(4): 392-406.
Hardison-Moody, Annie, Carolyn Dunn, David Hall, Lorelei Jones, Jimmy Newkirk and Cathy Thomas. “Multi-Level Partnerships Support a Comprehensive Faith-Based Health Promotion Program.” Journal of Extension 49 no 6 (2011) .
Hardison-Moody, Annie, Carolyn Dunn, David Hall, Lorelei Jones, Jimmy Newkirk and Cathy Thomas. “Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More: The Role of Lay Leaders in the Implementation of a Faith-based Health Promotion Program.” International Journal of Volunteer Administration 27 no. 2 (2011).
Annie Hardison-Moody. “‘Getting this off My Chest’: Ethnography as a Disruptive Theological Practice.” Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Journal of Religious Practices and Practical Theology 3 (2010).
Hardison-Moody, Annie and Willona Stallings. “Faith communities as health partners: Examples from the field.” North Carolina Medical Journal 73, no 5. (2012).
Hardison-Moody, Annie and Jessica M. Smith. “Healing in Religion, Religion in Healing: An Introduction to the Religion, Health and Healing Issue of Practical Matters.” Editorial in Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Journal of Religious Practices and Practical Theology 4 (2011).