Ryan, S. (2022). Empirical Legal Research Services. University of North Texas Libraries.
Rohrleitner, M. C., Ryan, S. E. (2013). Dialogues Across Diasporas: Women Writers, Scholars, and Activists of Africana and Latina Descent in Conversation. Lexington Books.
Ryan, S. (2016). Reconciliation via compulsory communal labor: Opportunities and challenges facing post-colonial Rwanda. In P.M. Kellett & T.G. Maytok (eds.) Communication and conflict transformation: Local to global engagements. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Ryan, S. E., Murta, M. S. (2013). In M. Rohrleitner & S. Ryan (eds.) Constrained activism: National agendas versus local activities in non-governmental organizations serving diasporic women. Dialogues across Diasporas Women Writers, Scholars, and Activists of Africana and Latina Descent in Conversation. Lexington Books.
Ryan, S. (2013). Introduction: Dialogues across diasporas: Africana? Chicana? Latina? No, Afro-Latina!. In M. Rohrleitner & S. Ryan (eds.) Constrained activism: National agendas versus local activities in non-governmental organizations serving diasporic women. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Ryan, S. E. (2011). The matatus take you everywhere: Reflections on the value of international/intercultural communication training from the Rwanda Research Group. Topical problems of communication and culture. 264-279. Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University.
Ryan, S. E., Balocating, A. (2010). We snuck up on the roof: The widows of Duhozanye rebuild their community. Collaborative Answers to community problems in Save, Rwanda. Social Justice Wisdom Series. 1-8. University of Texas at El Paso.
Schwartz, R., Williams, D. W., Ryan, S. E. (2007). The New York Police Officer: Democratic and Moral Accountability in Conflict. Accountability Cases. American Society for Public Administration.
Ryan, S. (2021). The Trauma-Sensitive Classroom: Building Resilience with Compassionate Teaching. Other. 7(1), . National Association of Communication Centers.
Ryan, S. E. (2009). Reclaiming the relevance of journalism: The case of the Clarion-Ledger. Review of Communication. 9(2), 172-175.
Ryan, S. (2007). Child malnutrition in Africa: Opportunities for communication and social change. 186 pp. New York, NY: City University of New York.
Ryan, S. E. (2009). Born into brothels: Calcutta’s red light kids. Films for the Feminist Classroom. 1(1), .
Ryan, S. E. (2009). Quincea\~nera. Films for the Feminist Classroom. 1(1), .
Ryan, S. (2013). Childcare. Encyclopedia of Undocumented Immigrants. Greenwood, CT: ABC CLIO.
Ryan, S. (2013). Children. Encyclopedia of Undocumented Immigrants. Greenwood, CT: ABC CLIO.
Ryan, S. E. (2013). Children’s malnutrition as a women’s issue. The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today's World, Second Edition. Sage.
Ryan, S. (2013). Human rights activism. The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today’s World. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Ryan, S. (2014). Finding & using data and statistics. 22nd National Legal Research Teach-in Training Kit. 24pp.. Chicago, IL: American Association of Law Librarians.
Ryan, S. (2003). Public Administration in modern society: An exploration of primary texts through a debate centered curriculum. 170pp. New York, NY: Baruch College.
Ryan, S. (2003). Think college now: College preparation program for 9th graders. 63pp. New York, NY: Baruch College.
Sovacool, B. K., Ryan, S. E. (2016). The geography of energy and education: Leaders, laggards, and lessons for achieving primary and secondary school electrification. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 58, 107-123.
Ryan, S., Ryan, S., Stern, P., Janda, K., Rochlin, G., Spreng, D., Pasqualetti, M., Wilhite, H., Lutzenhiser, L. (2015). Integrating social science in energy research. Other. Energy Research & Social Science. 6, 95-99.
Ryan, S. (2015). Teaching empirical legal study design: Topics & resources. Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing. 23(2), 152-157.
Ryan, S. E., Hebdon, C., Dafoe, J. (2014). Energy research and the contributions of the social sciences: A contemporary examination. Energy Research & Social Science. 1(3), 186-197.
Ryan, S. E. (2014). Rethinking gender and identity in energy studies. Energy Research & Social Science. 1, 96-105.
Miguel-Stearns, T., Ryan, S. E. (2014). The empirical research law librarian Part 1: Making the case and filling the role. Trends in Law Library Management and Technology. 24, 1-6.
Ryan, S. E., Miguel-Stearns, T. M. (2014). The empirical research law librarian Part 2: Developing the role. Trends in Law Library Management and Technology. 24, 7-12.
Ryan, S. E. (2013). Data, statistics, or secondary statistical analysis: Helping students articulate and acquire the numbers they’re (really) seeking. Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing. 22(1), 30-34.
Ryan, S. E. (2013). The challenges of researching African high court opinions: 10 lessons learned from a four-country retrievability survey. Legal Reference Services Quarterly. 32(4), 294-306. Taylor & Francis.
Ryan, S. E. (2012). Assessing diversity in Public Affairs curricula: A model for student-led programmatic self-study. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 18(4), 757-770.
Ryan, S. E. (2011). Heart of a Lion, Mind Full of Pride: The Paradox of Teaching EE as a Heuristic for Homegrown Change in Rwanda. Journal of Development Communication. 22(2), 1-13.
Ryan, S. E., Randell, S. (2011). Re-imagining academic meetings as social justice workshops: Best practices from the International Conference on Gender Centres in Africa. Women & Language. 34(1), 71-77.
Ryan, S. E. (2011). The Dilemmas of Post-identity Organizing: Unmaking feminist Ties in Southern Rwanda. Women & Language. 34(2), 61-78.
Ryan, S. E. (2010). Let's Get Them Out of the Country! Reflecting On the Value of International Immersion Experiences for MPA Students. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 16(2), 307-312.
Ryan, S. E., Balocating, A., Ohno, S., Saju, D., Walker, J. (2009). Peace-building through good governance and capable statehood. Peace Review. 21(3), 286-295.
Hashmi, M., Ryan, S. E. (2009). Reifying binaries: British press coverage of the Bush Administration’s case for war in Iraq. Florida Journal of Communication. 39(1), 40-54.
Ryan, S. E. (2007). Radical pedagogy: Lessons from the" Africa book" project. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 13(3/4), 487-497.
Ryan, S. E. (2006). Arguing toward a More Active Citizenry: Re-envisioning the Introductory Civics Course via Debate-Centered Pedagogy. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 12(3), 385-395.
Ryan, S. E., Sovacool, B. (2006). Uncovering the intellectual diversity of modern policy debate. Contemporary Argumentation & Debate. 27, 49-70.
Ryan, S. (2020). Judicial Authority Under the First Step Act: What Congress Conferred Through Section 404. Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal. 52(3), 67-125.
Ryan, S. (2017). Increasing Legal Support for End-of-Life Planning in the United States: How Probate and Family Attorneys Can Contribute to a Culture of Dignified Dying. Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal. 30(4), 335-357.
Ryan, S. E. (2011). Fulfilling the US obligation to prevent exterminationism: a comprehensive approach to regulating hate speech and dismantling systems of genocide. Loyola University Chicago Law Journal. 43, 317-356.
Ryan, S. (2021). History's Lesson for Activists Who Want to Defund the Police. Time. https://time.com/5956201/defund-the-police-history-lessons/
Ryan, S. (2016). Local-federal definitional divides: Special purpose districts and the challenges of empirical government research. Jurisdocs.
Gaultier, S., Miguel-Stearns, T., Ryan, S. E., Wang, F. (2014). More Than a Bunch of Old Books: Perspectives from rare book school. AALL Spectrum. 19, 27.
Ryan, S. E. (2014). Navigating the human subjects research review process: The rhyme and reason of IRBs.. AALL Spectrum. 18(3), 30--31.
Ryan, S. E. (2013). Digging in to patron data: What I learned from the law school “facebook. AALL Spectrum. 17(3), 20--21.
Ryan, S. E. (2013). Rhyme and Reason of IRBs: Navigating the Human Subjects Research Review Process, The. AALL Spectrum. 18, 30.
Ryan, S. (2020). The Frustrations of Fighting for Compassionate Release Under the First Step Act. The Crime Report.
Ryan, S. (2020). Why Justice Still Eludes Crack Offenders. The Crime Report. https://thecrimereport.org/2020/07/07/1003804/
Stock, J., Fusaris,, Ryan, S. (2013). Database evaluation report: Testing Casemaker, Fastcase, and Smart Litigator. Hartford, CT: Connecticut Bar Association.
Ryan, S. E. (2009). Lessons learned from the Communication pilot course at the Centre of Gender, Culture, and Development Studies at The Kigali Institute of Education.. Kigali, Rwanda: Embassy of the United States of America.
Ryan, S. E. (2009). Static Strategy in a Dynamic Age: Nonprofit Web Missioning Throughout the 2000s. New York, NY: The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management.