Sylvester, Kenneth M., Daniel G. Brown, Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, Emily Merchant, and Meghan Hutchins. 2014. "Exploring agent-level calculations of risk and returns in relation to observed land-use changes in the US Great Plains, 1870-1940." Regional Environmental Change, 14(1). DOI. Abstract.
Alter, George C., Myron Gutmann, Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, and Emily Merchant. 2012. "Introduction: Longitudinal Analysis of Historical-Demographic Data." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 42(4): 503-517. DOI. Abstract.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, Jefferey K. Beemer, and Douglas Anderton. 2012. "Immigration, wealth and the ‘mortality plateau’ in emergent industrial cities of nineteenth-century Massachusetts." Continuity and Change, 27(3): 433-459. PMCID: PMC3650859. DOI. Abstract.
Sylvester, Kenneth M., Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, and Myron Gutmann. 2006. "Demography and Environment in Grassland Settlement: Using Linked Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Data to Explore Household/Agricultural Systems." History and Computing, 14(1&2): 31-60.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, and Myron Gutmann. 2006. "'The farm should provide our retirement:' Land-use plans in the aging farm population of the U.S. Great Plains." Great Plains Research, 16: 181-193. (Winner of the Leslie Hewes Award) Abstract.
Beemer, Jeffrey K., Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, and Douglas L. Anderson. 2005. "Sewers in the city: a case study of individual-level mortality and public health initiatives in Northampton, Massachusetts at the turn of the century." Journal of the History of Medicine and the Allied Sciences, 28(1): 42-72. DOI. Abstract.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, and Myron Gutmann. 2005. "Isolated Elderly in the U.S. Great Plains: The Roles of Environment and Demography in Creating a Vulnerable Population." Annales de Demographie Historique, 2: 81-108. Abstract.
Anderton, D.L., and Susan Hautaniemi Leonard. 2004. "Grammars of Death - an Analysis of Nineteenth-Century Literal Causes of Death From the Age of Miasmas to Germ Theory." Social Science History, 28(1): 111-143. DOI. Abstract.
Sievert, Lynette Leidy, and Susan Hautaniemi Leonard. 2003. "Age at menopause in Puebla, Mexico." Human Biology, 75(2): 205-226.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, and Lynnette Leidy Sievert. 2003. "Risk factors for hysterectomy among Mexican American women in the US Southwest." American Journal of Human Biology, 15: 38-47.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, Douglas L. Anderton, and Alan C. Swedlund. 2000. "Methods and Validity of Record Linkage: Matching 1850-1912 Census and Death Records in Two Massachusetts Towns." Historical Methods, 33: 1. Abstract.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, Alan C. Swedlund, and Douglas L. Anderton. 1999. "Mill Town Mortality: Consequences of Industrial Growth in Two Nineteenth-Century New England Towns." Social Science History, 23 (1).
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi. 1994. "Race, Gender and Health at the W.E.B. DuBois Boyhood Homesite." Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society, 55 (1).
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, Myron Gutmann, Glenn D. Deane , and Kenneth M. Sylvester. 2010. "Drought and the Lifecycle/Landuse Trajectory in Agricultural Households." In Demographic Responses to Economic and Environmental Crises, Proceedings of the IUSSP Seminar May 21-23, 2009, Reitaku University edited by Satomi Kuroso, Tommy Bengtsson and Cameron Campbell. Kashiwa, Japan: Reitaku University.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, and Deborah I. Rotman. 2003. "To the hogs? or to the house?: municipal water and gender relations." In Shared Spaces and Divided Places: Material Dimensions of Gender Relations and the American Historical Landscape edited by Deborah L. Rotman and Ellen-Rose Savulis. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi. 1997. "Technology, Women's Labor and Compensation." In Population of the United States edited by Anderton D, Barret R, Bogue D. Free Press: New York, NY.
Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi, Robert Paynter, and Nancy Ladd Muller. 1994. "The Landscapes of the W.E.B. Dubois Boyhood Homesite: An Agenda for an Archaelogy of the Color Line." In Race edited by Sanjek R, Gregory S. Rutgers University Press: Piscataway, NJ.