Pajka, Sharon L. (2018) Deaf Cultural Values in Switched at Birth. In E. L. Newman & E. Witsell (Eds.), ABC Family to Freeform TV: Essays on the Millennial-focused Network and Its Programs. In 177-194. McFarland & Co.
Pajka, Sharon L. (2018) Jeepers Creepers: The American Vampirization of the Female, Immigrant Teacher in Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots. In S. Bacon & K. Bronk (Eds.), Growing Up With Vampires: Essays on the Undead in Children's Media. 62-81. McFarland & Co.
Pajka, Sharon L. (2018, June 30). Holy water, garlic, or a cross? The American Vampirization of the Female, Immigrant Teacher in Vampires Don't Wear Polka Dots. Paper presentation for the Children's Literature Association (ChLA) in San Antonio, TX.
Pajka, S. and Nickerson, J. (2017). "Media, Social Changes, and Connections to the Deaf Community" in Media Literacy & Underserved Youth.
Pajka, S. (2020). Notable Women Authors: Their Writing Gave Voice to Women’s Suffrage. A Gateway into History, 11(2), 6–8.
Pajka, S. (2021, June 24). Women Writers Buried in Virginia Cemeteries. In Association for Gravestone Studies Virtual Conference.
Pajka, S. (2021, June 3). Nevermore to Visit: Shockoe Hill Cemetery’s most famous non-resident, Edgar Allan Poe. In American Culture Association, PCAACA.
Pajka, Sharon. (2020) "Beyond the Veil and 'Behind the Veil': Clinton Dangerfield in Woodland Cemetery" a presentation at the Association for Gravestone Studies Virtual Mini-Conference in Greenfield, MA.
Pajka, Sharon. (June 2020). "Student Engagement with University History- reviewing the paranormal investigation of House One" a presentation at the Life & Death Event in Shepherdstown, WV. Invited Speaker