Schneider, Luisa T. 2020. Elders and transactional relationships in Sierra Leone: rethinking synchronic approaches. Africa 90(4): 701–720.
Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Sexual violence during research: how the unpredictability of fieldwork and the right to risk collide with academic bureaucracy and expectations. Critique of Anthropology 40(2): 173–193.
Schneider, Luisa T. 2020. Degrees of permeability: confinement, power and resistance in Freetown's Central Prison. Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 38(1): 88–104.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Partners as possession: a qualitative exploration of intimate partner sexual violence in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma 28(2): 127–145.
Schneider, Luisa. 2017. The ogbanje who wanted to stay: the occult, belonging, family and therapy in Sierra Leone. Ethnography 18(2): 133–152.
Schneider, Luisa. 2017. Concomitants of academic anthropology. Paradigmata 14: 34–37.
Schneider, Luisa. 2015. Secret societies in Sierra Leone. Paradigmata 12: 30–33.
Thesis - PhD
Schneider, Luisa. 2018. ‘Teeth and tongue jammed together’: violence in relationships and its mediation in Freetown, Sierra Leone. PhD Thesis, Oxford University Research Archive, Oxford.
Schneider, Luisa. 2020. Imagine you were me: on how COVID-19 affects vulnerable groups. Culture in Quarantine. http://cultureinquarantine.co/archives/imagine-you-were-me-on-how-covid-19-affects-vulnerable-groups/. Accessed 2020.
Schneider, Luisa. 2020. They call it social physical distancing: elders, unhoused people and grassroots support in Leipzig, Germany. Collecting COVID-19. https://anthrocovid.com/2-2/contributions-from-germany/. Accessed 2020.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Sierra Leone takes welcome leap on rape: but next steps are crucial. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/sierra-leone-takes-welcome-leap-on-rape-but-next-steps-are-crucial-112010. Accessed February 21, 2019.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Sierra Leone’s laws to protect women have unintended consequences. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/sierra-leones-laws-to-protect-women-have-unintended-consequences-109815. Accessed January 23, 2019.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Why Sierra Leonean women don't feel protected by domestic violence laws. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/why-sierra-leonean-women-dont-feel-protected-by-domestic-violence-laws-109436. Accessed January 9, 2019.
Schneider, Luisa. 2019. Intimität ohne Privatsphäre: das Leben wohnungsloser Menschen in Deutschland. MPG Jahrbuchbeiträge. https://www.eth.mpg.de/5479164/research_report_14311186?c=2923387. Accessed 2019.
Luisa Schneider. 2018. Can you imagine?: reflections on the SL elections and implications for penal policy and practice. Mats Utas. https://matsutas.wordpress.com/2018/04/19/can-you-imagine-reflections-on-the-sl-elections-and-implications-for-penal-policy-and-practice-by-andrew-jefferson-and-luisa-schneider/. Accessed April 19, 2018.and
Schneider, Luisa. 2018. Giving life, giving death: psychoanalysis, anthropology, philosophy by Lucien Scubla. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2016. Pp. XIV, 367. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online 10(1): 122–125.
Schneider, Luisa. 2016. Excursions in realist anthropology: a merological approach by David Zeitlyn and Roger Just. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. Pp. 160. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford Online 8(1): 120–123.