c) Women’s Studies, Gender and Higher Education/university, Feminist Pedagogy

Note: Women’s Studies is a very broad field. The following works represent only a selection of introductory or overview works on Women’s Studies, as well as works on feminist teaching in higher education. Also see the section “Women’s and Gender Studies in Australia” for works focused on the development of these fields of scholarship in Australia. Also see works in “Gender and education/academia” below, especially for material on primary and secondary education.

Also see the two further sub-sections at the bottom of this page:

- NWSA Journal. (1998), Special Issue On Teaching and Learning. 10(1), Spring. Includes;
Hoffmann, Frances L., and Jayne E. Stake / Feminist Pedagogy in Theory and Action: An Empirical Investigation.
Storrs, Debbie, and John Mihelich / Beyond Essentialisms: Team Teaching Gender and Sexuality.
Lovejoy, Meg / ‘You Can’t Go Home Again’: The Impact of Women’s Studies on Intellectual and Personal Development.

-. (1998). Feminist Studies, Special Issue on Women’s Studies, 24(2), Summer.

Acker, S., & Wagner, A. (2019). Feminist scholars working around the neoliberal university. Gender and Education, 31(1), 62-81. doi:10.1080/09540253.2017.1296117

Adkins, L. & Leonard, D. (1992). From Academia to the Education Marketplace: United Kingdom Women’s Studies in the 1990s. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 3 & 4, 28- 37.

Adler, Sue, Jenny Laney, and Mary Packer. (1993). Managing Women: Feminism and Power in Educational Management.

Aisenberg, Nadya, and Mona Harrington. (1988). Women Of Academe: Outsiders In The Sacred Grove. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Allen, Judith. (1997). Strengthening Women’s Studies in Hard Times: Feminism and Challenges of Institutional Adaptation. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 25(1&2), pp. 38-87.

Anderson, K. V., S. L. Bonewits, K. C. McDorman, J. B. Pierce, and et al. (2004). Voices About Choices: The Role of Female Networks in Affirming Life Choices in the Academy. Women’s Studies in Communication, 27(1): 88.

Anderson, Mary. (ed.). (1997). Doing Feminism: Teaching & Research in the Academy. East Lansing, MI: State University Press.

Archer; Louise, Simon D. Pratt, and David Phillips. (2001). Working-Class Men’s Constructions of Masculinity and Negotiations of (Non) Participation in Higher Education. Gender and Education. 13(4). December, pp. 431-449.

Arnot, Madeleine. (2000). Reproducing Gender?: Selected Critical Essays On Education Theory And Feminist Politics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Bailey, C. (2006). "Taking Back the Campus": Right-Wing Feminism as the "Middle Ground". Feminist Teacher, 16(3): 173.

Bankart, C. Peter. (1998). The Role of the Men’s Movement at the All-Male College: Challenge and Opportunity. Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July

Bannerji, Himani, Linda Carty, Kari Dehli, Susan Heald, and Kate McKenna. (1992). Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site of Feminist Struggles. Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

Barton, Len (ed.) British Journal of Sociology of Education, Special Issue: Troubling identities: reflections on Judith Butler’s philosophy for the sociology of education.
Subjectification: the relevance of Butler’s analysis for education/ Bronwyn Davies.
The politics of performative resignification: translating Judith Butler’s theoretical discourse and its potential for a sociology of education /Valerie Hey.
Gender undone: subversion, regulation and embodiment in the work of Judith Butler / Anoop Nayak and Mary Jane Kehily.
Play School, melancholia, and the politics of recognition / Mary Lou Rasmussen.
They won’t let us play… unless you’re going out with one of them’: girls, boys and Butler’s ‘heterosexual matrix’ in the primary years / Emma Renold.
Subjectivation and performative politics-Butler thinking Althusser and Foucault: intelligibility, agency and the raced-nationed-religioned subjects of education / Deborah Youdell.

Bierema, Laura L. (2002). The Role of Gender Consciousness in Challenging Patriarchy. Adult Education Research Conference. https://newprairiepress.org/aerc/2002/papers/4

Bird, E. (2002). The academic arm of the women’s liberation movement: Women’s studies 1969-1999 in North America and the United Kingdom. Women’s Studies International Forum, 25(1): 139-149.

Bishop-Sambrook, Clare. (2000). The Logical Framework as a Tool for Gender Mainstreaming in University. Gender and Education, Volume 12, Number 2.

Black, A. L., and S. Garvis (eds.). (2018). Women Activating Agency in Academia. Routledge.

Black, Alison L., and Susanne Garvis. (eds.) (2018). Lived Experiences of Women in Academia: Metaphors, Manifestos and Memoir. Routledge.

Blackmore, Jill, and Jane Kenway. (eds). Gender Matters in Educational Administration and Policy: A Feminist Introduction. Washington, D.C.: Falmer Press.

Boatwright, Karyn., Cavanaugh, Amy., Davis, Julie., Nolan, Bridget. and Yeagley, Emily. (2009). Gender Differences in Students’ Response to Feminist Pedagogical Strategies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the AWP Annual Conference, Marriott Newport Hotel, Newport, Rhode Island, Mar 12.

Bowles, Gloria, and Renate D. Klein. (eds). (1983). Theories of Women’s Studies. London & New York: Routledge.

Boxer, Marilyn Jacoby. (1998). When Women Ask the Questions: Creating Women’s Studies in America. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Brooks, Ann. (1997). Academic Women. Open University Press.

Broughton, Trev Lynn, and Laura Potts. (2001). Dissonant Voices: The Teacher’s ‘Personal’ in Women’s Studies. Gender and Education. 13(4). December, pp. 373 - 385.

Bryant, Alyssa N. (2003). Changes in attitudes toward women’s roles: Predicting gender-role traditionalism among college students. Sex Roles, February, Vol. 48, Iss. 3/4.

Buikema, Rosemarie, and Anneke Smelik. (eds). Women’s Studies and Culture: A Feminist Introduction. London & New Jersey: Zed Books.

Bulbeck, Chilla. (2001). Articulating Structure and Agency: How Women’s Studies Students Express Their Relationship with Feminism. Women’s Studies International Forum. 24(2), March-April.

Bunch, Charlotte, and Sandra Pollack. (eds). (1983). Learning Our Way: Essays in Feminist Education. New York: The Crossing Press.

Bunch, Charlotte. (1987). Not By Degrees: Feminist Theory and Education. In Passionate Politics. New York: St Martins Press

Burke, Penny Jane. (2007). Men accessing education: masculinities, identifications and widening participation. British Journal of Sociology of Education, Volume 28 Issue 4.

Canada, Katherine, and Richard Pringle. (1995). The Role of Gender in College Classroom Interactions: A Social Context Approach. Sociology of Education, Vol. 68, July, pp. 161-186.

Caplan, Paula. (1993). Lifting a Ton of Feathers: A Woman’s Guide to Surviving in the Academic World. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Caywood, Cynthia L. and Gillian R. Overing. (eds.). (1987). Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Chamberlain, Mariam, and Liza Fiol-Matta. (eds). (1994). Women of Color and the Multicultural Curriculum: Transforming the College Classroom. New York: Feminist Press at the City University of New York.

Christian-Smith, Linda, and Kristine Kellor. (1998). Everyday Knowledge and Uncommon Truths: Women Of The Academy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Clark, VeVe, Shirley Nelson Garner, Margaret Higonnet, and Ketu H. Katrak. (eds). (1996). Antifeminism in the Academy. New York & London: Routledge.

Clegg, S. (2008). Femininities/masculinities and a sense of self: thinking gendered academic identities and the intellectual self. Gender and Education, 20(3): 209 - 221.

Cohen, Dinah, Alison Lee, Jennifer Newman, Anne Maree Payne, Hermine Scheeres, Lyn Shoemark and Susan Tiffin. (eds). (1999). Proceedings of the Conference Winds of Change: Women and the Culture of Universities. University of Sydney, 1998. Sydney: Equity & Diversity Unit, University of Technology.

Connell, Raewyn. (2019). The Good University: What universities actually do and why it’s time for radical change. Monash University.

Conway-Turner, Kate et. al. (eds). (1998). Women’s Studies in Transition: The Pursuit of Interdisciplinarity. Newark: University of Delaware Press.

Cosslett, Tess, Alison Easton, and Penny Summerfield. (eds). (1996). Women, Power and Resistance: An Introduction to Women’s Studies. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Cotterill, Pamela, and Gayle Letherby. (eds.). (2005). Women’s Studies International Forum. Special Issue: Women in Higher Education: Issues and challenges. Volume 28, Issues 2-3, pp. 109-258 (May-June);
Women in higher education: Issues and challenges / Pamela Cotterill and Gayle Letherby.
Strengthening women’s studies through applied activism: Theoretical, classroom, regional, and cross-border strategies for participating in change / Torry D. Dickinson.
Class matters in UK higher education / Paula Black.
Still inside, still ‘out’-A decade of reflection on exposure, risk and survival / Jen Marchbank.
‘Stop making it such a big issue’: Perceptions and experiences of gender inequality by undergraduates at a British University / ZoÎ Morrison, Mary Bourke and Caroline Kelley.
“Not doable jobs!” Exploring senior women’s attitudes to academic leadership roles / Colleen Chesterman, Anne Ross-Smith and Margaret Peters.
“Don’t be so feminist”: Exploring student resistance to feminist approaches in a Canadian university / Michelle Webber.
Students and managers behaving badly: An exploratory analysis of the vulnerability of feminist academics in anti-feminist, market-driven UK higher education / Deborah Lee.
Gender equity in Commonwealth higher education / Louise Morley.
Mommy tracking single women in academia when they are not mommies / Helene A. Cummins.
Ivory tower? Feminist women’s experiences of graduate school / Paula Barata, Sandeep Hunjan and Jillian Leggatt.
Women in higher education: Issues and challenges for part-time scientists.
Claire Donovan, Barbara Hodgson, Eileen Scanlon and Elizabeth Whitelegg.

Crawford, Mary, and Margo MacLeod. (1990). Gender in the College Classroom: An Assessment of the ‘Chilly Climate’ for Women. Sex Roles, 23, Aug., pp. 101-22.

Crimmins, G. (ed.) (2019). Strategies for resisting sexism in the academy: Higher education, gender and intersectionality. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Crimmins, G. (ed.). (2019). Strategies for Resisting Sexism in the Academy: Higher Education, Gender and Intersectionality. Springer.

Crowley, Helen. (1999). Women’s Studies: Between a Rock and a Hard Place Or Just Another Cell in the Beehive?. Feminist Review, No. 61, Spring.

Cuyjet, M. (2006). African American Men in College. Jossey-Bass; 1st edition.

Cyr, Dianne, and Blaize Horner Reich. (eds). (1996). Scaling the Ivory Tower: Stories From Women in Business School Faculties.

Dam, Geert Ten, and Hanneke Farkas Teekens. (1997). The Gender Inclusiveness of a Women’s History Curriculum in Secondary Education. Women’s Studies International Forum, 20, Jan./Feb., pp. 61-75.

David, M.E. (2003). Personal and Political: Feminism, Sociology and Family Lives. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books.

Davis, T., and J. Laker. (2011). Masculinities in Higher Education. Routledge; 1st edition.

de Groot, Joanna, and Mary Maynard. (eds). (1993). Women’s Studies in the 1990s: Doing Things Differently?. New York: St Martin’s Press.

Dean, D. J. (2009). Getting the Most out of Your Mentoring Relationships: A Handbook for Women in Stem (Vol. 3): Springer Science & Business Media.

Deats, Sara M., and Lagretta Tallent Lenkers. (eds). (1994). Gender and Academe: Feminist Pedagogy and Politics. Lanham. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Demény, Eniko, Clare Hemmings, Ulla Holm, Päivi Korvajärvi, Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou and Veronica Vasterling. (2006). Gender Studies: Practising Interdisciplinarity. Travelling Concepts in Feminist Pedagogy, European Perspectives Series. York: Raw Nerve Press.

Demos, Vasilikie, Catherine White Berheide, and Marcia Texler Segal (eds.) Gender Transformation in the Academy. (Advances in Gender Research, Volume 19) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 375-393.

Dever, M. (2002). “I Don’t Know Where This Will Take Me”: Rethinking Study/Work Relationships for Women’s Studies Students. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 30: 3 & 4, 256-70.

Dever, M. (2003). How Students Characterise the Vocational Gains From Women’s Studies (or, why we need not be anxious). Hecate, 29(2), pp. 34-49.

Dever, M. (2004). Women’s studies and the discourse of vocationalism: Some new perspectives. Women’s Studies International Forum, 27(5-6): 475-488.

Dever, M., and L. Day. (2001). Beyond the Campus: Some initial findings on Women’s Studies, careers and employers. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 2(2), May. URL: http://www.bridgew.edu/DEPTS/ARTSCNCE/JIWS/May01.htm. Accessed 14 November 2003.

Dever, M., D. Cuthbert, and A. Dacre. (1999). Women’s Studies Graduates and the Labour Market: New Thoughts and New Questions. Atlantis: Canadian Journal of Women’s Studies. 23:2, 102-110.

Dever, M., D. Cuthbert, and L. Pollak. (2002). Life After Women’s Studies: Graduates and the Labour Market. In Robyn Wiegman, ed., Women’s Studies On Its Own, NC: Duke University Press.

Dever, M., Paul Boreham, Michele Haynes, Matthias Kübler, Warren Laffan, Karin Behrens, and Mark Wester. (2008). Gender Differences in Early Post-PhD Employment in Australian Universities: The influence of PhD Experience on Women’s Academic Careers. Brisbane: The University of Queensland Social Research Centre.

Diller, Ann, Barbara Houston, Kathryn Pauly Morgan, and Maryann Ayim. (eds). The Gender Question in Education: Theory, Pedagogy, and Politics.

Dixon, Kathleen, William Archibald, and Jane Varley. (eds.). (1998). Outbursts In Academe: Multiculturalism and Other Sources of Conflict. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Drew, Todd L., and Gerald G. Work. (1998). Gender-Based Differences in Perception of Experiences in Higher Education: Gaining a Broader Perspective. Journal of Higher Education, September, 69(5).

DuBois, Ellen C. et. al. (1985). Feminist Scholarship: Kindling in the Groves of Academe. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
Includes Chapter 5. Ten Years of Feminist Scholarship: The Response of the Disciplines.

Eagly, A. H. (2018). Making a difference: Feminist scholarship. In C. B. Travis, J. W. White, A. Rutherford, W. S. Williams, S. L. Cook, & K. F. Wyche (eds.), APA handbook of the psychology of women: History, theory, and battlegrounds (pp. 91-108). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.

Eddy, P. L., Ward, K., & Khwaja, T. (2017). Critical Approaches to Women and Gender in Higher Education: Springer.

Eggins, H. (2017). The Changing Role of Women in Higher Education. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.

Eggins, Heather. (ed.). (1997). Women as Leaders and Managers in Higher Education. Open University Press.

Ehrenberg, Ronald G., Daniel D. Goldhaber, and Dominic J. Brewer. (1995). Do Teachers’ Race, Gender, and Ethnicity Matter? Evidence From the National Educational Longitudinal Study of 1988. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 48, Apr., pp. 547-561.

El-Alayli, A., Hansen-Brown, A. A., & Ceynar, M. (2018). Dancing Backwards in High Heels: Female Professors Experience More Work Demands and Special Favor Requests, Particularly from Academically Entitled Students. Sex Roles, 79(3), 136-150.

Evans, Mary. (1997). Feminism and the Academy. Chapter Six in Introducing Contemporary Feminist Thought. Cambridge: Polity Press

Eveline, Joan. (2004). Ivory Basement Leadership. University of Western Australia Press.

Feminist Studies, Vol. 44, No. 2, 2018: Doctoral Degrees in W/G/S/F Studies: Taking Stock.Aaron, Jane, and Sylvia Walby. (eds). (1991). Out of the Margins: Women’s Studies in the Nineties. London. New York & Philadelphia: Falmer Press.

Feminist Studies. (1998). Vol. 24, No. 2, Disciplining Feminism? The Future of Women’s Studies, Summer;
Made in America: "French Feminism" in Academia / Claire Goldberg Moses. Disciplined by Disciplines? The Need for an Interdisciplinary Research Mission in Women’s Studies / Judith A. Allen; Sally L. Kitch. (Inter)Disciplinarity and the Question of the Women’s Studies Ph.D. / Susan Stanford Friedman.
Engaging Difference: Racial and Global Perspectives in Graduate Women’s Studies Education / Beverly Guy-Sheftall.
"Isn’t Just Being Here Political Enough?" Feminist Action-Oriented Research as a Challenge to Graduate Women’s Studies / Jacky Coates; Michelle Dodds; Jodi Jensen.
Collaborating on Women’s Studies: The University of Toronto Model / Kay Armatage.
The Joint Doctoral Program at the University of Michigan / Abigail Stewart; Anne Herrmann; Sidonie Smith.
Establishing an International Doctoral Program in Women Studies at the University of Washington / Shirley Yee.
Testifying: My Experience in Women’s Studies Doctoral Training at Clark University / Angela Bowen.
Remapping the University: The Promise of the Women’s Studies Ph.D / Marilyn J. Boxer.
The Meaning and Uses of Feminism in Introductory Women’s Studies Textbooks / Patrice McDermott.

Fischer, Ann R., and Glenn E. Good. (1994). Gender, Self, and Others: Perceptions of the campus environment. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 41, July, pp. 343-55.

Fogelberg, Paul et. al. (eds). (1999). Hard Work in the Academy: Research and Interventions on Gender Inequalities in Higher Education. Helsinki University Press.

Gallop, Jane. (1997). Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Garber, Linda. (ed.). (1994). Tilting the Tower: Lesbians Teaching Queer Subjects. NewYork & London: Routledge.

Geffner, R. A., and R. F. McClure. (1990). Changing sex role attitudes with education: Can it be done? Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas, TX.

Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography. (2006). Volume 13 Number 1, February;
Guest Editorial: Does Anglophone hegemony permeate Gender, Place and Culture? / Maria Dolors Garcia Ramon, Kirsten Simonsen, Dina Vaiou.
US Empire and the Project of Women’s Studies: Stories of citizenship, complicity and dissent / Chandra Talpade Mohanty.
Challenging the Ivory Tower: Proposing anti-racist geographies within the academy / Minelle Mahtani.
Against the Odds: Does Geography make a difference? / Sheila R. Akinleye.
Why Women of Colour in Geography? / Audrey Kobayashi.
On Being ‘Hen’s Teeth’: Interdisciplinary practices for women of color in Geography / Laura Y. Liu.
Social Justice and Women of Color in Geography: Philosophical musings, trying again / Rickie Sanders.
Against the Limits of our History / Maureen Sioh.
Mapping US Homonormativities / Jasbir K. Puar.

Gender, Work and Organization. (2003). Vol. 10 Issue 2, March;
Foreword: Why be Interested in Women’s Position in Academe? / Janet Finch.
Academic Careers and Gender Equity: Lessons Learned from MIT / Lotte Bailyn.
The Inclusion of Female PhD Students in Academia: A Case Study of a Swedish University Department / Ulf Elg, Karin Jonnergard.
Decreasing Numbers at Increasing Levels: An Investigation of the Gender Imbalance at NHH / Joyce Falkenberg.
Crumbling Ivory Towers: Academic Organizing and its Gender Effects / Yvonne Benschop, Margo Brouns.
Sex Discrimination in UK Academia / David Knights, Wendy Richards
Gender, Organizational Cultures and the Practices of Manager-Academics in UK Universities / Rosemary Deem.
Intertwined Discourses of Merit and Gender: Evidence from Academic Employment in the USA / Linda A. Krefting.

Gilmartin Zena, Pat. (1998). Attitudes about Rape Myths: Are Women’s Studies Students Different? Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 17, 1, May, 65-72.

Glazer-Ramos, Judith. (1999). Shattering the Myths: Women in Academe. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Glazer, Judith S., Estela M. Bensimon, and Barbara K. Townsend. (1993). Women in Higher Education: A Feminist Perspective.

Gough, Brendan, and Paul Peace. (2000). Reconstructing Gender at University: Men as Victims. Gender and Education, 12(3), September.

Griffin, Gabriele, and Jalna Hanmer. (2001). Background Data Report: UK. Briefing paper, Employment and Women’s Studies: The Impact of Women’s Studies Training on Women’s Employment in Europe, Hull: The University of Hull.

Griffin, Gabriele, and Rosi Braidotti. (2002). Introduction: Configuring European Women’s Studies. pp. 1–28 in G. Griffin and R. Braidotti. (eds.) Thinking Differently: A Reader in European Women’s Studies. London: Zed Books.

Griffin, Gabriele. (1998). Uneven Developments – Women’s Studies in Higher Education in the 1990s. In Danusia Malina and Sian Maslin-Prothero. (eds) Surviving the Academy: Feminist Perspectives. London: Falmer Press, pp. 136-145.

Griffin, Gabriele. (ed.). (1994). Changing our Lives: Doing Women’s Studies. London: Pluto Press.

Grummell, B., D. Devine, et al. (2009). The care-less manager: gender, care and new managerialism in higher education. Gender and Education, 21(2): 191-208.

Guinier, Lani. (1997). Becoming Gentlemen: Women, Law School, & Institutional Change. Boston: Beacon Press.

Hale, Charles R. (2008). Engaging Contradictions: Theory, Politics, and Methods of Activist Scholarship. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Halevi, Sharon, and Orna Blumen. (2005). ‘I Carry Out Small Wars’: The Impact of Women’s Studies on Palestinian and Jewish Students in Israel. Journal of Gender Studies, Volume 14, Number 3 / November, pp. 233-249.

Hall, Valerie. (1996). Dancing on the Ceiling: A Study of Women Managers in Education. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis.

Hancock, Linda. (ed.). (1999). Women, Public Policy and the State. South Yarrra, VIC: Centre for Public Policy.

Harper, S., and F. Harris III. (2010). College Men and Masculinities: Theory, Research and Implications for Practice. Jossey-Bass; 1st edition.

Harper, Shaun R. (2006). Peer Support for African American Male College Achievement: Beyond Internalized Racism and the Burden of ‘Acting White’. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 3: 337-358.

Hartman, Joan E. (1991). (En)Gendering Knowledge: Feminists in academe. Knoxville.

Hemmings, C. (2006). Ready for Bologna? The Impact of the Declaration on Women’s and Gender Studies in the UK. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 13(4): 315-323.

Hemmings, C. (2008). Tuning Problems? Notes on Women’s and Gender Studies and the Bologna Process. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 15(2): 117-127.

Hemmings, Clare. (2006). The Life and Times of Academic Feminism. In Kathy Davis and Mary Evans. (eds.) The Handbook of Women’s and Gender Studies. London: Sage (pp. 13-34).

Heward, Christine. (1994). Academic Snakes and Merit Ladders: Reconceptualising the ‘glass ceiling’. Gender and Education, 6(3), pp. 249-262.

Hinds, Hilary, Ann Phoenix, and Jackie Stacey. (eds). (1992). Working Out: New Directions for Women’s Studies. London: Falmer.

Holland, Dorothy C., and Margaret A. Eisenhart. (1990). Educated in Romance: Women, Achievement and College Culture. Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press.

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Howard, Jay R., and Amanda L. Henney. (1998). Student Participation and Instructor Gender in the Mixed-Age College Classroom. Journal of Higher Education, July, 69(4).

Hunter College Women’s Studies Collective. (1995). Women’s Realities, Women’s Choices: An introduction to Women’s Studies. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Illo, Jeanne Frances I. (2005). ‘Politics’ and Academic Feminist Theorising: Reflections on Women’s Studies in Asia. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 20 Number 47, July.

Jackson, C., & Sundaram, V. (2020). Lad Culture in Higher Education: Sexism, Sexual Harassment and Violence. Routledge.

Jackson, Sue. (1998). In a Class of Their Own: Women’s Studies and Working-Class Students. European Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 5 Issue 2, May,

Jackson, Sue. (2000). Networking Women: A history of ideas, issues and developments in Women’s Studies in Britain. Women’s Studies International Forum. 23(1), January-February.

Jackson, Sue. (2000). To Be Or Not To Be? The Place of Women’s Studies in the Lives of its Students. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(2).

James, William et. al. (1997). Manhood at Harvard. Norton.

Jayne, E. S. and A. G. Margaret (1987). The Women’s Studies Experience. Psychology of Women Quarterly 11(3): 277-284.

Jeanne, M. S. and E. S. Jayne (2003). The Effects of Prior Attitudes and Attitude Importance on Attitude Change and Class Impact in Women’s and Gender Studies. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33(11): 2341-2353.

Jipson, Janice, Petra Munro, Susan Victor, Karen Froude Jones, and Gretchen Freed-Rowland. (1995). Repositioning Feminism and Education: Perspectives on Educating for Social Change. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey.

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Journal of International Women’s Studies. (2001). Special Issue: The Status of Women’s Studies, 2(2), May.
Creating an Activist Voice: Re-storying the Self in the Light of Contemporary Feminist Understandings of Power and Subjectivity / Lekkie Hopkins.
‘A Hybrid In All Sorts of Ways’: Teaching Women’s Studies in the Academy / Sue Jackson.
Facing the Medusa: Confronting the Ongoing Impossibility of Women’s Studies / Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas and Laura Gillman.
Beyond the Campus: Some Initial Findings on Women’s Studies, Careers and Employers / Maryanne Dever and Liz Day.
Rethinking the Women’s Studies Ph.D. in Canadian Universities / Katherine Side.
Hitting and Missing the Mark: Feminist Inquiry and Pedagogy in United States Women’s Studies Graduate Programs / Phyllis Baker and Siqin Yang.
Weaving Women’s Studies into the Institutional Web: A Case Study / Frances Kraljic and Inez Martinez.
‘First in the Nation Since 1970’: Thirty Years of Women’s Studies at San Diego State University: Lessons and Strategies / Susan E. Cayleff.
Feminist Science Studies at German Universities - a First Account / Smilla Ebeling and Helene Gotschel.

Journal of International Women’s Studies. (2003). Special Issue: Harvesting Our Strengths: Third Wave Feminism and Women’s Studies.Vol. 4, No. 2, April.
Harvesting Our Strengths: Third Wave Feminism and Women’s Studies / Stacy Gillis and Rebecca Munford.
Beyond Trashiness: The Sexual Language of 1970s Feminist Fiction / Meryl Altman.
Mothers of Future Kings: The Madonna Redux Phenomenon / Colleen Denney.
The ANA Sanctuary: Women’s Pro-Anorexia Narratives in Cyberspace / Karen Dias.
Feminist Futures: Trauma, The Post-9/11 World And A Fourth Feminism? / E. Ann Kaplan.
Women’s Space “Inside The Haveli”: Incarceration Or Insurrection? / Daphne Grace.
Global Feminisms, Transnational Political Economies, Third World Cultural Production / Winnie Woodhull.
From Suffagist To Apologist: The Loss Of Feminist Politics In A Politically Correct Patriarchy / Ashleigh Harris.
Lost Between The Waves? The Paradoxes Of Feminist Chronology And Activism In Contemporary Poland / Agnieszka Graff.
Is Women’s Studies Dead? / Marysia Zalewski.

Kahn, Sharon, and Anne Richardson. (1983). Evaluation of a course in sex roles for secondary school students. Sex Roles, 9(4): 431-440.

Kahna, J. S., B. L. Brett, et al. (2011). Concerns with Men’s Academic Motivation in Higher Education: An Exploratory Investigation of the Role of Masculinity. Journal of Men’s Studies, 19(1): 65.

Keamy, R. K. (2008). Crossing uncertain terrain: messages from male academics. Gender and Education, 20(3): 267 - 279.

Kerfoot, Deborah, and Stephen Whitehead. (1998). ‘Boys Own’ Stuff: Masculinity and the Management of Further Education. Sociological Review, 46(3), Aug., pp. 436-57.

Khayatt, Madiha Didi. Lesbian Teachers: An Invisible Presence. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Klein, Renate D. (1991). Passion and Politics in Women’s Studies in the Nineties. Women’s Studies International Forum, 14(3). (Also in Aaron, Jane and Walby, Sylvia. (eds). (1991). Out of the Margins: Women’s Studies in the nineties. London. New York & Philadelphia: Falmer Press)

Kolodny, Annette. (1998). Failing the Future: A Dean Looks at Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century. Durham, NC: Duke University Press (Includes Chapter 4, Paying the Price of Antifeminist Intellectual Harassment; Chapter 5, Creating the Family-Friendly Campus).

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