On population recovery:
2015. Elizabeth Fussell. “The Long-Term Recovery of New Orleans’s Population after Hurricane Katrina.” American Behavioral Scientist 59(10): 1231-1245.
2010. Elizabeth Fussell, Narayan Sastry, and Mark VanLandingham. “Race, Socio-economic Status, and Return Migration to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.” Population & Environment 31: 20-42.
2009. Elizabeth Fussell and James R. Elliott. “Social Organization of Demographic Responses to Disaster: Studying Population-Environment Interactions in the Case of Hurricane Katrina.” Organization & Environment 22(4): 379-394.
On housing and displacement:
2014. Elizabeth Fussell and Elizabeth Harris. “Homeownership and Housing Displacement after Hurricane Katrina Among Low-Income African-American Mothers in New Orleans.” Social Science Quarterly 95(4): 1086-1100.
2014. Elizabeth Fussell and Sarah Lowe. “The Impact of Housing Displacement on Mental Health among Low-Income Parents after Hurricane Katrina.” Social Science & Medicine. 113(July): 137-144
2012. Elizabeth Fussell. “Help from Family, Friends, and Strangers during Hurricane Katrina: The Limits of Social Networks.” Pp. 150-166 of Displaced: Voices from the Katrina Diaspora, Lynn Weber and Lori Peek, Editors. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
On Latino immigrants and race in New Orleans:
2015. Elizabeth Fussell and Amy Bellone-Hite. “Disaster, Reconstruction, and Racialization: Latinos in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.” Pp. 89-104 of Rethinking Disaster Recovery: A Hurricane Katrina Retrospective. Jeannie Haubert, Editor. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press.
2011. Elizabeth Fussell. “The Deportation Threat Dynamic and Victimization of Latino Migrants: Wage Theft and Street Robbery.” The Sociological Quarterly52(4): 593-615.
2009. Elizabeth Fussell. “New Orleans as a New Migrant Destination.” Organization & Environment 22(4): 458-469.
2009. Elizabeth Fussell. “Hurricane Chasers in New Orleans: Latino Immigrants as a Source of a Rapid Response Labor Force.” Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 31(3): 375-394.
2009. Elizabeth Fussell. “Welcoming the Newcomers: Civic Engagement among Pre-Katrina Latinos.” Pp. 132-146 of Civic Engagement in the Wake of Katrina. Amy Koritz and George J. Sanchez, Editors. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press.
2007. Elizabeth Fussell. “Constructing New Orleans, Constructing Race: A Population History.” Journal of American History Special issue “Through the Eye of Katrina: Past as Prologue?” Edited by Lawrence Powell, Clarence Mohr, and Edward T. Linenthal. 94(3): 846-855.
On migration systems:
2015. Jack DeWaard, Katherine Curtis, and Elizabeth Fussell. “Population recovery in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: Exploring the potential role of stage migration within and through migration systems.” Population & Environment.
2015. Katherine Curtis, Elizabeth Fussell, and Jack DeWaard. “Recovery Migration after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Spatial Concentration and Intensification in the Migration System” Demography 52(4): 1269-1293.
2014. Elizabeth Fussell, Katherine J. Curtis, and Jack DeWaard. “Recovery Migration to the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: A Migration Systems Approach.” Population & Environment 35: 305-322.
On mental health and disaster recovery:
2012. Christina Paxson, Elizabeth Fussell, Jean Rhodes, and Mary Waters. “Five Years Later: Recovery from Post-Traumatic Stress and Psychological Distress Among Low-Income Mothers Affected by Hurricane Katrina.” Social Science & Medicine 74: 150-157.
2010. Jean Rhodes, Christian Chan, Christina Paxson, Cecilia Rouse, Mary Waters, and Elizabeth Fussell. “The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on the Mental and Physical Health of Low-Income Parents in New Orleans.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 80(2): 237-247.
2007. Timothy Haney, James R. Elliott, and Elizabeth Fussell. “Families and Hurricane Response: Evacuation, Separation, and the Emotional Toll of Hurricane Katrina.” Pp. 71-90 of The Sociology of Katrina: Perspectives on a Modern Catastrophe. David Brusma, David Overfelt, and J. Steven Picou, Editors. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.