Huang, Lindsey A. (2022). The role of associational life in the development of social capital: Theoretical considerations for Christian NGOs engaged in development initiatives. Missiology: An International Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/009182...
Huang, Lindsey A. (2019). Short-term mission trips: Developing the racial and ethnic consciousness of white participants. Journal of Sociology and Christianity. 9(2), 55-73.
McGill, J., Huang, L., Davis, E., Humphrey, D., Pak, J., Thacker, A., and J. Tom (2018). Addressing the neglect of students of color: The strategy of life coaching. Journal of Christianity and Sociology.8(1).
Huang, Lindsey A. and Gabe Ignatow. (2017). “The Prosperity Gospel and Individualistic Economic and Social Attitudes in Guatemala.” Interdisciplinary Journal for Research on Religion 13(10).
Johnson, Lindsey A. (2014). "Can Short-Term Mission Trips Reduce Prejudice?." Journal for the Sociological Integration of Religion and Society 4(1).
Ignatow, Gabriel, Johnson, Lindsey, Madanipour, Ali. (2014). "Global System Theory and ‘Market-friendly’ Religion". Globalizations, 1-15.
Ignatow, Gabriel and Lindsey Johnson. (2014). “‘Market Religions’ and Postmodern Globalization Theory.” In Samir Dasgupta and Peter Kivisto (Eds.) Sociology of Postmodernism. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.
“Foreigner Grace”: How Perceptions of Differential Treatment Shapes the Experiences of U.S. Asian American Religious Cross-Cultural Workers. Huang, L. (2022, May 2). Southwest Evangelical Missiological Society, Santa Ana, California.
Developing "Thick Skin": The Racialized Experiences of U.S. Religious Cross-Cultural Workers of Color serving with PWIs in International Settings. Huang, L. & Hernández, N. (2021, October 16). Social Scientific Study of Religion Conference, Portland, Oregon, October 2021. Virtual.
Toward an Understanding of the Intercultural Communication Experiences of Cross-Cultural Workers of Color. Huang, L. and Hernández, N. Southwest Regional Evangelical Missiological Society, California, March 2021. Virtual/asynchronous due to COVID-19.
A Case Study in International Doctoral Student and Supervisor Relationships: Going Above and Beyond. Dzubinski, L.M., Sanchez, J.N., Huang, L., Kim, J., & Wang, D. Conference for Academic Research in Education, Las Vegas, February 2020.
Social Science Contributions to an Understanding of Short Term Missions.
Southwestern Social Sciences Association, November 2019.
The Relevance of Race for the Field of Intercultural Studies. Cook School of Intercultural Studies Roundtable Discussions, Biola University, October, 2019.
Understanding Faith-Based Colleges and Universities’ Response to the Rescinding of DACA. Pacific Sociological Association, March 2018.
Institutional Blindness: Rectifying the Invisibility of Racial and Ethnic Minority Students. Christian Sociological Association Annual Conference, June 2017.
First Generation College Students. Lilly Community Scholarship Grant Recipient Team. Indiana Wesleyan University, Merrillville Campus, July 2016.
Gender Equality among Pentecostals in Guatemala: A Promising Future? Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Conference, November 2015.
Prosperity Belief and Liberal Individualism: A Study of Economic and Social Attitudes in Guatemala. Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Conference, November 2014.