|Author/Title||Research Type||Related Fields|
|Khan, Saad Adnan, Farhana Alam, Els Rommes, and Sabina Faiz Rashid. 2020. "Experiencing shame: An affective reading of the sexual and reproductive health and rights classroom in Bangladesh." Sex Education: 1-15.||Publications, Essays||Critical Pedagogy, Education, Feminist Theory, Gender, Sexuality|
|"Camouflaged Histories: Lei Yan as Chinese Guerrilla Girl," positions: asia critique 28.1 (2020): 87-119.||Publications, Essays||Art, Chinese, East Asian, Feminism, Gender|
|Khan, Saad Adnan, Alam, Farhana. (2019). "Exploring Disability Across Intersections of Gender and Sexuality in Bangladesh." [Gender and disability]. Peace Prints, 5 (1).||Publications, Essays||Class, Disability, Gender, Masculinity, Politics of Representation, Public Scholarship, Sexuality|
|Khan, Saad Adnan & Alam, Farhana. 2019. "Exploring Disability Across Intersections of Gender and Sexuality in Bangladesh." Peace Prints 5, no.1: 1-13.||Publications, Essays||Body, Disability, Gender, Human Rights, Masculinity, Sexuality, Visual Arts|
|“Sapphire as Praxis: Toward a Methodology of Anger.” Feminist Studies 45 (1): 178–208.||Publications, Essays||African American, Feminism, Feminist Theory, Poetry and Poetics, Popular Culture, Women of Color|
|Yingyi Wang. (2019). When tongzhi marry: experiments of cooperative marriage between lalas and gay men in urban China. Feminist Studies (45)1, 13-35.||Publications, Essays||Queer Studies, Social Justice, Socialism and Post-Socialism|
|Cocoa Kristy Leissle, author. 2018 Medford, MA : Polity Press||Publications, Books||Feminism|
|Sasha Su-Ling Welland. "Open Book." Viewpoint series exhibit of Elizabeth Murray and Anne Waldman: Her Story. Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, 2018.||Publications, Essays||20th Century, Art, Feminism, Museum Studies/Museology, Poetry and Poetics, Women|
|Sasha Welland. "Aesthetics." Cultural Anthropology, Theorizing the Contemporary Series, Keywords for Ethnography and Design, 2018.||Publications, Essays||Aesthetics, Anthropology, Art, Culture, Decolonial, Ethnography, Gender|
|Sasha Su-Ling Welland. Experimental Beijing: Gender and Globalization in Chinese Contemporary Art. Durham: Duke University Press, 2018.||Publications, Books||21st Century, Anthropology, Art History, Chinese, Digital Humanities, Ethnography, Feminism, Global Studies, Urban Studies|
|Sasha Su-Ling Welland. “World of the Visual: Introduction to Visual Arts Section.” In Creating Across Cultures: Women in the Arts from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, ed. Michelle Vosper, 69. Hong Kong: East Slope Publishing, 2017.||Publications, Essays||20th Century, 21st Century, Chinese, Visual Arts, Women|
|Vosper, Michelle, ed. Creating Across Cultures: Women in the Arts from China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. East Slope Publishing Ltd. (Muse, Hong Kong), 2017.||Publications, Books||20th Century, Art, Art History, Chinese, Culture, Dance, Oral History, Visual Arts, Women, Women of Color|
|Sasha Su-Ling Welland, “List as Form: Literary, Ethnographic, Long, Short, Heavy, Light,” Savage Minds: Notes and Queries in Anthropology, September 28, http://savageminds.org.||Publications, Essays||Anthropology, Culture, Ethnography, Nonfiction Prose|
|Patient. New York: Black Lawrence Press.||Publications, Books||African American, Disability, Gender, Medicine, Poetry and Poetics, Violence and Trauma, Women, Women of Color|
|Jacobs, S. (1910). Sue-Ellen Jacobs papers, 1914-2014.||Publications||Feminism, Women|
|Yingyi Wang, “Exploring the Contradiction of Cooperative Marriage Between Gay Men and Lalas as a Strategy of Practicing Reproductive Rights in Mainland China." LGBTQ POLICY JOURNAL at Harvard Kennedy School 5(2014-2015):73-78.||Publications||Queer Studies|
|Kenney, N. J. and McGowan, M. L. Egg donation compensation: ethical and legal challenges. Medicolegal and Biothics, 2014, 4, 15-24.||Publications, Editions||Bioethics, Body, Medicine, Motherhood, Science and Technology, Women|
|Lee, Regina Yung. “As Seen On the Internet: Recapping Online Interaction in English-Language K-Drama Fandoms.” Eds. Youngmin Choe and Kyung Hyun Kim. The Korean Popular Culture Reader. Durham: Duke UP, 2014. 99-124. Print.||Publications, Essays||Asian American, Communication, Community, Critical Theory, Korean, Media Studies, Television, Transnational|
|"Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities: Participatory Research, Community Engagement, and Archival Practice" in NANO: New American Notes Online. Issue 5. Special Theme: Digital Humanities, Public Humanities. Michelle Habell-Pallan, Sonnet Retman and Angelica Macklin.||Publications||American, Archives, Chicana/o, Decolonial, Digital Humanities, Digital Literacy, New Media, Popular Music, Public Scholarship, Women of Color|
|Priti Ramamurthy. “A Feminist Commodity Chain Analysis of Rural Transformation in Contemporary India,” in Routledge Handbook of Gender in South Asia, edited by Leela Fernandes. London and New York: Routledge, 2014: 247-259.||Publications, Essays||Feminist Theory, Gender, Indian, Political Economy, South Asian|
Priti Ramamurthy. “Feminist Commodity Chain Analysis: A Framework to Conceptualize Value and Interpret Perplexity,” in Gendered Commodity Chains: Seeing Women’s Work and Households in Global Production, edited by Wilma Dunaway. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2014: p. 38-52.
|Publications, Essays||Feminist Theory, Political Economy, Labor|
|Lee, Regina Yung. “Legitimacy and Legibility: Rereading Civil Discourse Through Feminist Figurations in Lois McMaster Bujold’s Cordelia’s Honor.” Ed. Janet Brennan Croft. Lois McMaster Bujold: Essays on a Modern Master of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Critical Explorations of Science Fiction and Fantasy No. 37. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2013. 27-49. Print.||Publications, Essays||20th Century, Biotechnology, Feminist Theory, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Science and Technology|
Dworkin, Shari L., Amanda Lock Swarr, and Cheryl Cooky. “(In)Justice in Sport: The Treatment of South African Track Star Caster Semenya.” Feminist Studies, 39(1), spring 2013.
|Publications, Essays||Feminist Theory, Gender, Women, Popular Culture|
Amanda Lock Swarr. "Paradoxes of Butchness: Lesbian Masculinities and Sexual Violence in Contemporary South Africa." SIGNS: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 37(4): Summer 2012.
|Publications, Essays||Queer Studies, Transgender Studies, African, Violence and Trauma|
Patricia Novotny. "Rape Victims in the (Gender) Neutral Zone: The Assimilation of Resistance?,"Seattle Journal for Social Justice: Vol. 1: Iss. 3, Article 62. 2012.
|Publications, Essays||Transgender Studies, Violence and Trauma, Sexuality, Gender|