(Forthcoming 2019) John Blevins, Elizabeth O'Mara, Ahoua Kone, Maria Maixenchs, Khatia Munguambe, Robert Breiman, Pratima L. Raghunathan, Rui A. Guilaze, Saquina Cossa, Zerihun Girma, Yosef Zegeye, Caroline Ackley, Faruqe Hussain, Saiful Islam, Nellie Mybergh, Noni Ngwenya, Peter Otieno, Kennedy Ochola. “Using Participatory Workshops to Assess Alignment or Tension in the Community for Child Mortality Surveillance Involving Minimally Invasive Tissue Sampling: Lessons learned from five sites across the CHAMPS Network.” Clinical Infectious Diseases.
Ackley, Caroline. “The Life Course of Labia” in Medical Materialities: Toward a Material Culture of Medical Anthropology. Edited by Aaron Parkhurst and Timothy Carroll. Routledge. 2019.
Ackley, Caroline. "Muslim Women in Postcolonial Kenya: Leadership, Representation, and Social Change." Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue Canadienne Des études Africaines, 2015, 1-3.
Ackley, C. (2015). “Reflections from the field: Entering the women’s world,” ANTHROPOLITAN a UCL Journal of Anthropology, Issue No. 11, 11-12.
Abdulkadir, Rahma, and Caroline Ackley. "The Role of Shari'a-Based Restorative Justice in the Transition from Armed Conflict to Peacebuilding: Do Somalis Hold the View That the Restorative Justice Aspects within Qisas Offer a Solution?" Northeast African Studies 14, no. 2 2014, 111-32.