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Peer Reviewed Publications

2022Peter Miterko & Sean Bruna (2022) Reframing sense of community with photovoice: perspectives from residents of a permanent supportive housing program who have experienced chronic homelessness, Journal of Community Practice, DOI: 10.1080/10705422.2022.2070313
2022Miterko, P.* & Bruna, S. (Forthcoming) Reframing sense of community with photovoice: perspectives from residents of a permanent supportive housing program who have experienced chronic homelessness. Journal of Community Practice.
2021*Stodola, T. J., & Bruna, S. P. (2021). Medical Anthropology Courses and Concepts Tested on the MCAT: A Content Analysis of 40 U.S. Course Syllabi. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development.
2021Cacari Stone, L., Sanchez, V., Bruna, S. P., Muhammad, M., & Zamora, M. (2021). Social Ecology of Hypertension Management Among Latinos Living in the U.S.–Mexico Border Region. Health Promotion Practice.
2021Yu, Y. J., Bruna, S., & McCarty, C. (2021). HIV Risk among trafficked women: a systematic review of the global literatureAIDS care33(8), 1068-1078.
2020*Miterko, P., & Bruna, S. (2020). Resident identified strengths and challenges of project-based permanent supportive housing program implementation in a small metropolitan countyHousing and Society48(3), 239-260.
2020Bruna, S. (2020) Opportunities and Challenges to Data Sharing with American Indian Tribal Nations. In: Crowder J., Fortun M., Besara R., Poirier L. (eds) Anthropological Data in the Digital Age. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
2019Bruna, S. P. (2019). Landscapes of Power: Politics of Energy in the Navajo Nation. Dana E. Powell. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018. 336 pp. DOI 10.1111/amet.12785
2016Bruna, S. (2015). Religious Gardens, Pilgrimages, and Dancing: A Critique of Translated Interventions in a Tribal Community. The Applied Anthropology of Obesity: Prevention, Intervention, and Identity, 121-40.
2015Stevenson, J. C., Rankin-Sunter, K., Maki, C., Bruna, S., Mosher, M. J., & *Barrett, C. E. (2015). Community based pilot study of diagnostic paths to the gluten free diet. International Journal of Celiac Disease, 3(18), 17. DOI: 10.12691/ijcd-3-1-7
2014Bruna, S., Stone, L. C., Wilger, S., Cantor, J., & Guzman, C. (2014). The role of community health centers in assessing the social determinants of health for planning and policy: the example of frontier New MexicoThe Journal of ambulatory care management37(3), 258. DOI: 10.1097/JAC.0000000000000004
2014Sánchez, V., Cacari Stone, L., Moffett, M. L., Nguyen, P., Muhammad, M., Bruna, S., & Urias-Chauvin, R. (2014). Process Evaluation of a Promotora de Salud Intervention for Improving Hypertension Outcomes for Latinos Living in a Rural U.S.–Mexico Border Region. Health Promotion Practice, 15(3), 356–364.

Research Advised (Service as Committee Chair)

2020Jones, Matia. “Ethnography of Urban Food Policy: Increasing Food Sovereignty in Bellingham, Washington“. MA Thesis. WWU Graduate School Collection. 997.
2019Martin, Cecilia. “The Amukura Water Project: Utilization of Photovoice to Examine Water Use and Needs in Western Kenya“. MA Thesis.WWU Graduate School Collection. 900. 
2018Bianchi, Tori. “Gender Discrepancy in Asexual Identity: The Effect of Hegemonic Gender Norms on Asexual Identification”. WWU Honors Program Senior Project.
2017Miterko, Peter.”Community within Single-Site Permanent Supportive Housing: Perspectives and Experiences from Staff and Residents at St. Mary’s House“. MA Thesis.WWU Graduate School Collection. 623.
2016Stephenson, Megan. “Video Education For Nutritional Management Of Type 2 Diabetes In A Rural, Multiethnic Community In Molokai, Hawaii” (2016). MA Thesis.WWU Graduate School Collection. 484.
2016Miller, Isabel Ramos. “Reworking the Structure of Sexual Education Sessions at Western Washington University”.WWU Honors Program Senior Project.