Journal Articles (selected)

Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health in all policies in contexts of war and conflict. The Lancet Public Health, 4(11), e547-e548.
Kienzler, H., & Sula-Raxhimi, E. (2019). Collective memories and legacies of political violence in the Balkans. Nationalities Papers47(2), 173-181.

Kienzler, H., Wenzel, T., & Shaini, M. (2018). Vulnerability and psychosocial health experienced by repatriated children in Kosovo. Transcultural Psychiatry, 1363461518802992.

Kienzler, H. (2015). Ein Fotoessay zu Magie und Heilung im Kosovo [A photo essay about magic and healing in Kosovo]. Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften, 2, 133-138.

Pedersen, P. Kienzler, H., & Guzder, J. (2015). Searching for Best Practices: A Systematic Inquiry Into the Nature of Psychosocial Interventions Aimed at Reducing the Mental Health Burden in Conflict and Postconflict Settings. SAGE Open, 1-25.

Wenzel, T., Kienzler, H. & Wollmann, A. (2015). Facing violence – a global challenge. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 38(3), 529-542.

Kienzler, H. & Amro, Z. (2015). ‘Unknowing’ and mental health system reform in Palestine. Medicine Anthropology Theory, 2(3), 113-127.

Sapkota, R., Gurung, D., Neupane, D., Shah, S., Kienzler, H., Kirmayer, L. (2014). A village possessed by “witches”: A study of possession and common mental disorders in Nepal. Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry, 38(4), 642-68.

Kienzler, H. & Pedersen, D. (2012). Strange but common bedfellows: The relationship between humanitarians and the military in developing psychosocial interventions for civilian populations affected by armed conflict. Transcultural Psychiatry, 49(3-4), 492–518.

Kienzler, H. (2012). The social life of psychiatric practice: Trauma in post-war Kosova. Medical Anthropology, 31(3), 266-82.

Pedersen, D., Kienzler, H., & Gamarra, J. (2010). Llaki and Ñakary: Idioms of distress and suffering among the highland Quechua in the Peruvian Andes. Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry, 34(2), 279-300.

Kienzler, H. (2009). Kosovo’s masters and their influence on the local population throughout history. Anthropos, 104(2), 499-517.

Kienzler, H. (2008). Debating war-trauma and PTSD in an interdisciplinary arena. Social Science & Medicine, 67(2), 218-227.

Book Chapters (selected)

Kienzler, H., Spence, C. & Wenzel, T. A culture-sensitive and person-centred approach: Understanding and evaluating cultural factors, social background and history when working with refugees. In T. Wenzel & B. Drozdek (Eds.), An uncertain safety. Integrative health care for the 21 century refugees (pp. 101-116). Cham: Springer.

Kienzler, H. & Locke, P. (2017). The effects of societal violence in war and post-war contexts. In R. White, D. Orr, S. Jain, U. Read (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Socio-cultural Perspectives (pp. 285-305). Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Baron, D., Wenzel, T., Kienzler, H., & Jin Zhu, L. (2016). Neglected factors in addressing man-made disasters. In G. Christodoulou, J. Mezzich, N. Christodoulou, & D. Leccic-Tosevski (Eds.), Disasters: Mental health context and responses (pp.203-214). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Pedersen, D. & Kienzler, H. (2014). Mental health and illness outcomes in civilian populations exposed to armed conflict and war. In S.O. Okpaku (Ed.), Essential of global mental health (pp. 307-315). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kienlzer, H. (2012). Réponses psychiatriques aux problèmes de santé liés au trauma dans le Kosova de l’après-guerre. In J.C. Suarez-Herrera & M.J. Blain (Eds.), La recherche en sante mondiale. Perspectives socio-anthropologiques (pp. 213-228). 114 Cahiers scientifiques de l’Acfas. Montréal: Acfas.

Kirmayer, L., Kienzler, H., Afana, H., & Pedersen, D. (2010). Trauma and disasters in social and cultural context. In D. Bhugra & C. Morgan (Eds.), Principles of social psychiatry (Vol. 2, pp. 155-177). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Reports and Interviews

Silent Harm – A report assessing the situation of repatriated children’s psycho-social health. UNICEF Kosovo in cooperation with Kosovo Health Foundation. Prishtina: UNICEF Kosovo. Accessible at: http://www.unicef.org/kosovo/SILENT_HARM_Eng_Web.pdf

Interview on “Where Is The Post? Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in War Settings” published on the blog “The Trauma Journals” by Alessandro Massazza. https://thetraumajournals.com/2017/03/25/where-is-the-post-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-in-war-settings/

Interview with Science 151 on “Kosovo: A country between hope and despair”. http://www.science151.co.uk/kosovo/