Mesner, K. (2020). And now, this body. Geez Magazine. Iss. 58. pp. 16-17. https://geezmagazine.org/magazine/article/and-now-this-body
Mesner, K. (2019). Trans people in higher education (review). Journal of LGBT Youth. Taylor and Francis. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/19361653.2019.1657049
Mesner, K. (2019). Becoming more visible (review). Journal of LGBT Youth. Taylor and Francis. DOI: 10.1080/19361653.2019.1567436
Mesner, K. (2016). Outing autoethnography: An exploration of relational ethics in queer autoethnographic research. Qualitative Research Journal, Vol. 16 Iss: 3, pp.225 – 237.
Mesner, K. (2013). Whose voice? Whose silence? A/r/tographic and queer performative autoethnographic explorations. Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts: Special Issue on A/r/tography and the Arts. UNESCO Observatory.
Mesner, K. (2011). Innovations in sexual-political activism: Queer theology meets Theatre of the Oppressed. Journal of Theology and Sexuality. 16:3. Equinox. pp. 285-303.
Mesner, K. (1992). Dramatherapy as a tool for empowerment for survivors of sexual abuse. Drama Contact: Journal of the Council of Drama in Education. 16, Autumn 1992.
Mesner, K. (in press). A Prayer for this current moment. In K. James (Ed). Trans bodies, Trans selves. Oxford.
Mesner, K. (2018). Passagio: Learning to sing an unfinished song. In K.S,. Hendricks and J. Boyce-Tillman (Eds.), Music and Spirituality Series: Vol. 6. Queering freedom: Music, identity, and spirituality. Oxford, England: Peter Lang.
Smith, T., Hendricks, K.S. and Mesner, K. (2018). Sexuality, spirituality and the academy. In K.S,. Hendricks and J. Boyce-Tillman (Eds.), Music and Spirituality Series: Vol. 6. Queering freedom: Music, identity, and spirituality. Oxford, England: Peter Lang.
Mesner, K. (2018). Innovations in sexual theological activism: Queer theology meets theatre of the oppressed. In E. McNeil, J. Wermers, and J. Lunn, (Eds.), Mapping Queer Space(s) of Praxis and Pedagogy. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 249-267.
Mesner, K. (2017). Embodying queer pedagogy: Autoethnographic explorations after Orlando. In V. Stead, (Ed.), LGBT Hate: No PULSE on My Campus. International Book Series: Equity in Higher Education, theory, Policy, and Praxis. New York: Peter Lang. pp. 111-120.
McKerracher, A., Sinner, A., Hasebe-Ludt, E., Mesner, K., Garnet, D. & Leggo, C. (2017). Enhancing education: Material culture, visual media, and the aesthetics of teachers’ lives. In J. Cummings, and M. Blatherwick, (Eds.), Creative Dimensions of Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century. pp. 107-115.
Mesner, K. and C. Leggo (2014). Six moments. In D. Gosse, (Ed.), Out proud: Stories of pride, courage, and social justice. Breakwater Books. pp. 220-226.
Mesner, K. (2014). Wrestling with the angels of ambiguity: Queer paths in contemplative activism. in C. Leggo, S. Walsh, and B. Bickel, (Eds.), Arts-based Learning in Research and Pedagogy: Contemplative and Artistic Practices. Routledge. pp. 90-110.
Mesner, K., B. Bickel, and S. Walsh. (2014). Lectio Divina. in C. Leggo, S. Walsh, and B. Bickel, (Eds.), Arts-based Learning in Research and Pedagogy: Contemplative and Artistic Practices. Routledge. pp. 20-22.
Mesner, K., and C. Leggo. (2014). Surprising representations of youth in Saved! and Loving Annabelle. In A. Ibrahim and S. Steinberg, (Eds.), Critical Youth Studies Reader. Peter Lang. pp. 304-314.
Mesner, K. (2013). Innovations in queer theology: Embodying MCC’s open communion through Theatre of the Oppressed. in R. Shore-Goss (Eds.), Queering Christianity: LGBTQ Christians find a place at the table. Praeger Publishing. pp. 205-228.