Gengler, Amanda M, and Matthew B. Ezzell. 2017. "Methodological Impression Management in Ethnographic Research." Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. Online ahead of Print.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2016. "Getting the Most out of the U.S. Healthcare System." Contexts 15(1): 36-41.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2015. "'He's Doing Fine:' Hope Work and Emotional Threat Management Among Families of Seriously Ill Children." Symbolic Interaction 38(4): 611-630.
Gengler, Amanda M. and Megan V. Jarrell.* 2015. "What Difference does Difference Make? The Persistence of Inequalities in Healthcare Delivery." Sociology Compass 9: 718-730.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2014. "'I Want You to Save My Kid!:' Access and Inequality at an Elite University Research Hospital." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 55: 342-359.
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Gengler, Amanda M. 2012. "Defying (Dis)empowerment in a Battered Women's Shelter: Moral Rhetorics, Intersectionality, and Processes of Resistance and Control." Social Problems 59: 501-521.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2011. "Mothering Under Others' Gaze: Policing Motherhood in a Battered Women's Shelter."International Journal of Sociology of the Family 37: 131-152.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2011. "Selling Feminism, Consuming Femininity." Contexts 10: 68-69
Gengler, Amanda M. 2011. "'That's When it Hit Home': Creating Interactive, Collective and Transformative Learning Experiences through the Traveling Classroom." Feminist Teacher 20: 249-257.
* indicates student co-author.
Book Chapters and Book Reviews
Gengler, Amanda M. 2016. "The Complexities and Contradictions of Resistance: A Critical Feminist Perspective" pages 156-159 in the Sage Handbook of Resistance edited by David Courpasson and Steve Vallas.
Gengler, Amanda M. Forthcoming. Book Review: Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and Health by Joanna Kempner. Sociology of Health and Illness.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2012. Book Review: Wealth, Whiteness, and the Matrix of Privilege: The View from the Country Club by Jessica Holden Sherwood. Gender & Society 26: 127-128.