Grace, Samantha L. “How Old Am I? A Methodological Solution.” Neos 8, no. 2 (October 2016): 4.
Grace, Samantha L. “Changing How? Concerns of a Pregnant Anthropologist,” Arizona Anthropologist 27 (October 2016).
Hingle, Melanie, Mimi Nichter, Melanie Medeiros, and Samantha Grace Texting for Health: The Use of Participatory Methods to Develop Healthy Lifestyle Messages for Teens. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 45, no. 1 (2013).
Grace, Samantha (2016)
“School Uniforms and Dinner with Abuela: Grading the Citizen Life Course in Ecuadorian High Schools” Paper presented as part of the panel “Pick a Number: Intersections of Age and Bureaucracy” at the American Anthropological Association conference in Minneapolis.
Nichter, Mimi, Grace, Samantha, and Medeiros, Melanie (2011).
Texting Health: Developing Youth Friendly Nutrition Messages. Paper presented as part of the panel “The Role of Education in Nutrition and Diet” at the Society for Applied Anthropology in Seattle.
Grace, Samantha (2011).
Telling Sex Ed Stories. Paper presented as part of the panel “Choices and Constraints in Reproductive Health Care” at the Society for Applied Anthropology in Seattle.
Grace, Samantha (2010).
Living Sex Education as a Pregnant Teen. Paper presented as part of the panel “Circulations of Children and Family” at the American Anthropological Association conference in New Orleans.
Grace, Samantha (2009).
Who has the BEST Sex?: Communicating gender ideologies in sex education. Poster presented at the Society for Medical Anthropology conference at Yale University. (see poster)