In Press   Race are we so Different? Moses, Y., Goodman A., and Jones, J. John Wiley and Sons. New York
2007   How Real is Race? A Sourcebook on Race, Culture and Biology. Mukhopadhyay, C., Henze, R. , and Moses , Y. New York. Rowman and Littlefield
2005   Foreword: The Other Side of Middletown: Exploring Muncie’s African American Community .New York. Altimira Press. Edited by Eric Lassiter, et al.Foreword: The Other Side of Middletown:New York. Altimira Press. Edited by Eric Lassiter, et al.
2005   Commentary: “The Continuing Power of the Concept of Race” in Anthropology and Education Quarterly. Special issue
2004   Book Chapter: “Faculty Roles as Leadership Paths.” In Race, Gender and Organizational Culture in Higher Education Edited by Consuela Lewis. Washington D.C. Anchor Press
2004   “The Status of Non-Tenured Faculty of Color in the Governance Process.” Special Issue Metropolitan University. Edited by William Tierney
2003   Introduction:Strategies in Teaching Anthropology. Edited by Patricia Rice and David McCurdy. Mayfield Press. 2003
2003   Book Review: Nature and the Politics of Difference. Edited by Donald S. Moore, Jake Kosek, and Anand Pandian. Duke University Press. Reviewed for JAR (Journal of Anthropological Research).
2002   Forward: Included in Communication: Learning Climates that Cultivate Racial and Ethnic Diversity. Washington D.C. American Association for Higher Education
2001   Diversity, Globalism and Democracy: Higher Education’s Imperative.” Salzburg Seminar. In response to 9-11 Terrorist attacks. Salzburg Seminar website: www.
2001   “Scanning the Environment: AAHE’s President Reports on Trends in Higher Education. AAHE Bulletin. April
2001   Book Review: Knowing What Students Know: The Science and Design of Educational Assessment. Edited by James W. Pelligrino, Naomi Chudowsky and Robert Glaser. Washington D.C. National Academy Press. Published in AAHE Bulletin, Spring 2003
2001   Book Review: Black Feminist Anthropology: Theory, Politics, Praxis and Poetics. New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. 2001.American Anthropologist
2001   Preface: Electronic Portfolios: Emerging Practices in Student, Faculty and Institutional Learning. Washington D.C. American Association for Higher Education.May
2000   “Higher Education for All? A Look at the last 30 Years”. Black Collegian Magazine. July 2000.
1999   "Taking a Stand on Remediation: A Call for Presidential Leadership," The Presidency. American Council on Education.
1999   "Race, Higher Education and American Society. Journal of Anthropological Research. Vol. 55, pp. 265-277, University of New Mexico.
1998   "The Word from Moses." Interview inBlack Issues in Higher Education. Vol. 14, No. 25; February 5, 1998
1997   "Salaries in Academe: the Gender Gap Persists", in The Chronicle of Higher Education. Vol. 44, No. 16; December 1997
1997   "Reestablishing "RACE" in Anthropological Discourse", by Yolanda T. Moses and Carol Mukhopadhyay, in American Anthropologist 99 (3): pp. 517-533
1996   "Using Anthropology to Overcome Cultural Bias"in The Teaching of Anthropology.Edited by Conrad Kottak et. al. San Francisco. Mayfield Publishing
1995   Diversity in Higher Education, by Caryn McTighe Musil, Mildred Garcia, Yolanda T. Moses and Daryl Smith. Association of American Colleges and Universities.
1994   Book Review: The Black Atlantic Consciousness. By Paul Gilroy. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. P.261. Review for American Anthropologist,Winter.
1994   "Quality, Excellence and Diversity" in Diversity in America's Colleges and Universities. Edited by Daryl G. Smith, Washington. American Society for High Education. (pp.8).
1994   "The Role of Female Chief Academic Officers in Institutionalizing Cultural Diversity in the Academy: Combating the 'Twin Scourges'," in Coloring the Halls of Ivy. Edited by Josephine Davis, Washington. American Association of State Colleges and Universities
1994   "Multicultural Education" in International Encyclopedia of Education: Research and Studies. Torsten Husen and Neville Postle-Waite Editors-in-Chief. Second Edition. Oxford. Pergamon Press
1993   "Roadblocks to Minority Administrators". The Chronicle of Higher Education. Vol. 39 No. 19 January p. B1.
1991   "Minority Recruitment and Retention." In Women at the Helm: Path-finding Presidents at American Colleges and Universities. New York: University Press Associates.
1991   Book Review: The Economizing Strategy: An Application and A Critique, by Dr. Willie Baber, Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., New York. 1988, 232 pages. Published in Transforming Anthropology.
1990   "The Challenge of Diversity: Anthropological Perspectives on University Culture" in Education and Urban Society, August, Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 402-12 Sage Publications, Inc
1989   Black Women in Academe: Issues and Strategies. Monograph. Project on the Status and Education of Women. Washington, DC, Association of American Colleges.
1971-1991   Published over a dozen articles, book reviews, edited conference proceedings and monographs on issues relating to anthropology, development and higher education