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Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies Faculty: Publications since January 2022

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Allison, Anne

  1. Allison, A. "Healing Labor: Japanese Sex Work in the Gendered Economy." The Journal of Asian Studies 81:3 (2022): 594-596. [doi]

Chow, Rey

  1. Chow, R; Hadjioannou, M. "Fathers in flux." Cultural Critique 114 (December, 2022): 23-39.
  2. Chow, R. "The Jargon of Liberal Democracy." Pmla 137:5 (October, 2022): 935-941. [doi]
  3. Steintrager, JA; Chow, R. "Dispatches to the Dead: Delegation, Consumption, and Mischievous Pleasure (Thinking with Robert Pfaller in the So-called Present)." Boundary 2 49:2 (May, 2022): 295-313. [doi]  [abs]

cooke, miriam

  1. Cooke, M. "The Daughter of Isis at Duke University." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies 18:1 (March, 2022): 150-155. [doi]
  2. Cooke, M. "Introduction." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies 18:1 (March, 2022): 147-149. [doi]

DeFrantz, Thomas F.

  1. DeFrantz, TF. "Black dance and technologies of wellness." Theatre, Dance and Performance Training 13:2 (January, 2022): 212-213. [doi]

French, John D.

  1. French, JD. "Charisma's Birth from the Bottom Up: Lula, ABC's Metalworkers' Strikes and the Social History of Brazilian Politics." Journal of Latin American Studies 54:4 (November, 2022): 705-729. [doi]  [abs]
  2. French, JD. "Common Men, Exceptional Politicians: What Do We Gain from an Embodied Social Biographical Approach to Leftist Leaders like Germany's August Bebel and Brazil's Luis Inácio Lula da Silva?." International Review of Social History  (August, 2022): 1-11. [doi]  [abs]
  3. French, JD. "Jeffrey L. Gould. Solidarity under Siege: The Salvadoran Labor Movement, 1970–1990.." American Historical Review 126:4 (February, 2022): 1670-1671. [doi]
  4. French, JD. "From Dictatorship to the Brazilian New Republic in Crisis: Understanding Lula's Political Leadership." Latin American Politics and Society 64:1 (February, 2022): 168-173. [doi]
  5. French, JD. "Epilogue: Authoritarianism and the Specter of Democracy." International Review of Social History  (January, 2022). [doi]

Gabara, Esther

  1. Gabara, E. Non-Literary Fiction Art of the Americas Under Neoliberalism.  University of Chicago Press, 2022.

Gheith, Jehanne

  1. Fowler, M; Gheith, J. "A Therapeutic Welcome: Mental Health within the Reality Ministries Disability Community." Journal of Disability & Religion  (January, 2022). [doi]  [abs]

Glymph, Thavolia

  1. Glymph, T. "She Wears the Flag of Our Country” Women, Nation, and War." Journal of the Civil War Era 12:3 (September, 2022): 305-320. [doi]

Hardt, Michael

  1. Means, AJ; Sojot, AN; Ida, Y; Hardt, M. "A dialogue with Michael Hardt on revolution, joy, and learning to let go." Educational Philosophy and Theory 54:7 (January, 2022): 892-905. [doi]  [abs]

Holmgren, Beth

  1. Holmgren, B. "Rethinking the Biography of the Actor and Entertainer." Pamietnik Teatralny 71:3 (January, 2022): 11-13. [doi]
  2. Holmgren, B. "Ganbare! Workshops on Dying." Literary Journalism Studies 14:1 (2022): 146-149.

Lamm, Kimberly K.

  1. Lamm, K. "Reading hieroglyphs behind glass: A glimpse of reparative feminism in Riddles of the Sphinx (1977)." Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society 27:1 (March, 2022): 89-106. [doi]  [abs]

McLarney, Ellen

  1. McLarney, E. "Malcolm X's Gospel." Black Perspectives  (March, 2022).

Nash, Jennifer C.

  1. Nash, JC. "On the beginning of the world: dominance feminism, afropessimism and the meanings of gender." Feminist Theory 23:4 (December, 2022): 556-574. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Nash, JC. "A Response to SaraEllen Strongman’s “Feeling Black Feminism, Otherwise: a Review of Jennifer Nash’s Black Feminism Reimagined: After Intersectionality (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019)”." International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 35:3 (September, 2022): 473-475. [doi]
  3. Wiegman, R; Nash, JC. "Object Lessons at 10: a conversation." Feminist Theory  (January, 2022). [doi]  [abs]
  4. Nash, JC. "The Promise of Repair: VBACs and Contemporary Feminist Political Desire." Frontiers: a Journal of Women Studies 43:2 (2022): 169-190. [doi]

Olcott, Jocelyn

  1. Olcott, J. "Full-Rights Feminists and a History of the Care Crisis." International Review of Social History 67:3 (December, 2022): 519-523. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Olcott, J. "Lucy Delap. Feminisms: A Global History." American Historical Review 127:4 (December, 2022): 2018-2019. [doi]

Rojas, Carlos

  1. Rojas, C. "The great Buddha+ (2017): Tracing the limits of the visible." Thirty-two New Takes on Taiwan Cinema  (December, 2022): 426-348.
  2. Rojas, C. "Becoming Semi-wild: Colonial Legacies and Interspecies Intimacies in Zhang Guixing’s Rainforest Novels." Prism 19:2 (September, 2022): 438-453. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Rojas, C. "Introduction: Worlds Built of Sand." Prism 19:2 (September, 2022): 265-282. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Rojas, C. "Iwo Amelung (ed.), Discourses of Weakness in Modern China: Historical Diagnoses of the ‘Sick Man of East Asia’." Social History of Medicine 35:1 (March, 2022): 337-338. [doi]
  5. Rojas, C. "Introduction: Ground and Background." Prism 19:1 (March, 2022): 157-166. [doi]
  6. Lin, S; Hong, L; Goedde, E; Rojas, C; Ying, H. "China in One Village." Chinese Literature and Thought Today 53:1-2 (January, 2022): 107-116. [doi]
  7. Rojas, C. "THE OLD WOMAN WITH THE KNIFE." New York Times Book Review 127 (2022): 22-22.
  8. Rojas, C. "PYRE." New York Times Book Review 127 (2022): 22-22.
  9. Rojas, C. "STRANGERS I KNOW." New York Times Book Review 127 (2022): 22-22.

Smith-Lovin, Lynn

  1. Kroska, A; Powell, B; Rogers, KB; Smith-Lovin, L. "Affect Control Theories: A Double Special Issue in Honor of David R. Heise." American Behavioral Scientist 67:1 (January, 2023): 3-11. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Quinn, JM; Freeland, RE; Rogers, KB; Hoey, J; Smith-Lovin, L. "How Cultural Meanings of Occupations in the U.S. Changed During the Covid-19 Pandemic.." American Behavioral Scientist 67:1 (January, 2023): 125-147. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Kroska, A; Heise, DR; Smith-Lovin, L. "Introduction of Neil J. MacKinnon, 2021 Cooley-Mead Award Recipient." Social Psychology Quarterly 85:1 (March, 2022): 1-5. [doi]

Solomon, Harris S.

  1. Navuluri, N; Solomon, HS; Hargett, CW; Kussin, PS. "Distressed Work: Chronic Imperatives and Distress in Covid-19 Critical Care.." Hastings Center Report 53:1 (January, 2023): 33-45. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Navuluri, N; Solomon, HS; Hargett, CW; Kussin, PS. "The pandemic is not the great equalizer: front-line labor and rationing in COVID-19 critical care.." Public Health Action 12:4 (December, 2022): 186-190. [doi]  [abs]
  3. David, S; Roy, N; Lundborg, CS; Wärnberg, MG; Solomon, H. "'Coming home does not mean that the injury has gone'-exploring the lived experience of socioeconomic and quality of life outcomes in post-discharge trauma patients in urban India.." Global Public Health 17:11 (November, 2022): 3022-3042. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Gerdin Wärnberg, M; Berg, J; Bhandarkar, P; Chatterjee, A; Chatterjee, S; Chintamani, C; Felländer-Tsai, L; Gadgil, A; Ghag, G; Hasselberg, M; Juillard, C; Khajanchi, M; Kizhakke Veetil, D; Kumar, V; Kundu, D; Mishra, A; Patil, P; Roy, N; Roy, A; David, S; Singh, R; Solomon, H; Soni, KD; Strömmer, L; Tandon, M; Trauma life support training Effectiveness Research Network (TERN) collaborators,. "A pilot multicentre cluster randomised trial to compare the effect of trauma life support training programmes on patient and provider outcomes.." Bmj Open 12:4 (April, 2022): e057504. [doi]  [abs]
  5. David, SD; Aroke, A; Roy, N; Solomon, H; Lundborg, CS; Gerdin Wärnberg, M. "Measuring socioeconomic outcomes in trauma patients up to one year post-discharge: A systematic review and meta-analysis.." Injury 53:2 (February, 2022): 272-285. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Solomon, H. Lifelines: The Traffic of Trauma.  Duke University Press, 2022.  [abs]
  7. Solomon, H. "Wound Culture." Annual Review of Anthropology 51 (2022).
  8. Solomon, H. "Right Place, Right Time: Ambulances and Traumatic Mobility in Mumbai." Mumbai / Bombay: Majoritarian Neoliberalism, Informality, Resistance, and Wellbeing. Edited by Patel, S. 2022.
  9. Solomon, H. "On Life Support." Eating Beside Ourselves 2022.

Stiles, Kristine

  1. Alberro, A; Bhabha, H; Castillo, A; Chukhrov, K; Demos, TJ; Eleison, K; Emmelhainz, I; English, D; Flores, P; González, JA; Groys, B; Holert, T; Huyssen, A; Jones, A; Joselit, D; Kee, J; Mirzoeff, N; Osborne, P; Roberts, J; Shaked, N; Smith, T; Stiles, K; Tiampo, M; Wagner, AM. "WHAT IS RADICAL?." Artmargins 10:3 (February, 2022): 8-96. [doi]

Storti, Anna

  1. Storti, AMM. "Guilty Party, Curated by Justin Hoover." Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas 7:1-2 (December, 2022): 229-233. [doi]
  2. Storti, AMM. ""So, I turn inside": Overcome by the Unbearable, Seeing Myself in Michiyo Fukaya." Feminist Studies 48:1 (2022): 260-269. [doi]

Washington, Alicia N.

    Weeks, Kathi

    1. Schaap, A; Weeks, K; Maiguascha, B; Barvosa, E; Bassel, L; Apostolidis, P. "The politics of precarity." Contemporary Political Theory 21:1 (March, 2022): 142-173. [doi]
    2. Weeks, K. "Basic income from a feminist postwork perspective." Política Y Sociedad 59:2 (January, 2022): e78753-e78753. [doi]  [abs]

    Wiegman, Robyn

    1. Wiegman, R; Nash, JC. "Object Lessons at 10: a conversation." Feminist Theory  (January, 2022). [doi]  [abs]

    Wilson, Ara   (search)

    1. Wilson, A. "Desiring infrastructure." Dialogues in Human Geography  (January, 2022). [doi]  [abs]

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