Liebling. H., & Baker, B. (2010) Justice and Health Provision for Survivors of Sexual Violence: a case study of Kitgum, northern Uganda. LAP Lambert. Germany.
Liebling-Kalifani, H. (2009) A gendered analysis of the experiences of Ugandan women war survivors. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller.
Liebling, H. (2015) 'Conflict and Post-Conflict Sexual Violence in Africa: Case Studies of Liberia, northern Uganda and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo'. A.R. Ackerman. & R. Furman. (Eds). Sexual Crimes: Transnational Problems and Global Perspectives. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Liebling-Kalifani, H. (2010) Research and Intervention with Women War Survivors in Uganda: Resilience and Suffering as the Consequences of War, in War, Medicine and Gender: The Sociology and Anthropology of Structural Suffering, H. Bradby. & G. Lewando-Hundt. (Eds.). Ashgate Books.
Liebling-Kalifani, H., Marshall, A., Ojiambo-Ochieng, R., & Nassozi, M. (2009) Experiences of Women War-Torture Survivors in Uganda: Implications for Health and Human Rights, S.K. Multani. (Ed.) Women and Armed Conflicts: Consequences and Coping Mechanisms. The Icfai University Press. India, 129-150.
Recent journal articles:
Liebling, H., Burke, S., Goodman, S., & Zasada, D. (2014) Understanding the Experiences of Asylum Seekers. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 10, 4, 207-219.
Liebling, H., Davidson, L., Akello, F.G., & Ochola, G. (2014). ‘Improvements to National Health Policy: Mental Health, Mental Health Bill, Legislation and Justice’. African Journal of Traumatic Stress 3 (2), 55-64.
Liebling, H., Winter, D., Ruratotoye, B., Slegh, H., & Brown, R. (2014) 'Resilience in the face of adversity: Case studies in Sierra Leone and Eastern Congo'. Clinical Psychology Forum 258, 61-65.
Goodman, S., Burke, S., Liebling, H., & Zasada, D (in press) “I can’t go back because if I go back I would die”: How asylum seekers manage talk about returning home by highlighting the importance of safety. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology.
Clare, M., Goodman, S., Liebling, H., & Laing, H. (2014) You keep yourself Strong: A Discourse Analysis of African Women Asylum Seekers Talk about Emotions. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 15, 1, 83-95.
Goodman, S., Burke, S., Liebling, H., & Zasada, D. (2013) “I’m not happy, but I’m ok”: How asylum seekers manage talk about difficulties in their host country. Critical Discourse Studies, 1-22.
Liebling, H. (2012) The Hidden Consequences of Rape and Sexual Violence. UNA-UK New World, Autumn and Winter Special Edition.
Liebling, H., Slegh, H., & Ruratotoye B. (2012) Women and Girls Bearing Children through Rape in Goma, Eastern Congo: Stigma, Health and Justice Responses. Itupale Online Journal of African Studies, Volume IV, 2012, 18-44.
Liebling, H. (2012) Experiences of a young girl abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army, Northern Uganda. Psychology of Women Section Review, 14, 1, spring, 44-48. British Psychological Society. Leicester.
Sherwood, K. & Liebling, H. (2012) A Grounded Theory Investigation into the Experiences of African Women Refugees: Effects on Resilience and Identity and Implications for Service Provision. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 13, 1, 86-108.
Liebling-Kalifani, H., Mwaka, V., Ojiambo-Ochieng, R., Were-Oguttu, J., Kinyanda, E., Kwekwe, D., Howard, L., Danuweli, C., Kollie, P., Colley, B.B., Sayndee, D., Pietsch, S., & Bowier, E. (2011) Women War Survivors of the 1989-2003 Conflict in Liberia: The Impact of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 12, 1, 1-21.
Guhan, R. & Liebling-Kalifani, H. (2011) The Experiences of Staff Working With Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the United Kingdom: A Grounded Theory Exploration. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 9, 1-23, 31st August 2011. Taylor & Francis Publishers.
McCauley, M., Liebling-Kalifani, H., & Hacker-Hughes, J. (2011) Military Mental Health Professionals during Operational Deployment: An Exploratory Study. Community Mental Health Journal, 48, 238-248.
Liebling-Kalifani, H. (2010) Women War-Torture Survivors in Luwero District, Uganda: Implications for Gender-Sensitive Services. African Conflict Profile, Journal of the Centre for Ethnic and Conflict Studies. University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Nigeria, 1-45.
Liebling-Kalifani, H., & Baker, B. (2010) Women War Survivors of Sexual Violence in Liberia: Inequalities in Health, Resilience and Justice. The Journal of International Social Research: Woman Studies Special Issue, 3, 13, 188-199.
Liebling-Kalifani, H. Winter, D., Musisi, S., & Nakigudde, J. (2010) Research, Training and Consultancy with War Survivors in Africa. In, Clinical Psychology Forum Special Issue Clinical Psychology around the World, G. Latchford & S. Melluish. (Eds.), 69-91.
Kinyanda, E., Nakiboneka, V., Ojiambo-Ochieng, R., Were-Oguttu, J., Gayflor, V., Liebling-Kalifani, H., & Diawara-Howard, L. (2010) Prevalence and correlates Psychological distress as seen in post-conflict Liberia. African Journal of Traumatic Stress, 1, 2, 96-102.
Liebling-Kalifani, H., & Baker, B. (2010) Justice and health provision for survivors of sexual violence in Kitgum, northern Uganda. African Journal of Traumatic Stress, 1, 1, 22-31.
McCauley, M., Liebling-Kalifani, H., & Hacker-Hughes, J. (2010) Military Mental Health Professionals during Operational Deployment: An Exploratory Study. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 7-20.