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Belcher, E. (2016). Identifying Female in the Halaf: Prehistoric Agency and Modern Interpretations. Journal Of Archaeological Method & Theory, 23(3), 921-948. doi:10.1007/s10816-016-9291-1
Belcher, E and K. Croucher. (2016) Exchanges of Identity in Prehistoric Anatolian Figurines. In, R. A. Stucky, O. Kaelin & H. P. Mathys (Eds.) Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (9th ICAANE). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, Vol. I, pp. 43-56.
Browne-Marshall, G. (2018) The Voting Rights War: The NAACP and the Ongoing Struggle for Justice. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.
Gentile, K. (ed.) (2016). The business of being made: The temporalities of reproductive technologies in psychoanalysis and culture. New York: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415749411
Gentile, K. (2016). Notes from a (psychoanalytic) feminist field. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 21(3), 249-255. doi:10.1057/pcs.2015.63
Jackson, C. A. (2016). Framing Sex Worker Rights: How U.S. Sex Worker Rights Activists Perceive and Respond to Anti-Sex Trafficking Advocacy. Sociological Perspectives, 59(1), 27-45. doi:10.1177/0731121416628553
Jackson, C. A. and L. McCubbin. (2016). The Queer Porn Mafia: Redefining Identity, Sex, & Feminism through Commodified Sexuality. Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture, 1(3), 337-353. doi:10.1386/qsmpc.1.3.337_1
Jackson, C. A. and J. J. Reed. (2016). Missing Rights and Misplaced Justice for Sex Workers in the United States. In G. Muschert, B. Klocke, R. Perrucci, and J. Shefner (Eds.) Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions 2016 – Society for the Study of Social Problems. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 15-23.
Kapstein, H. (2016). Crude Fictions: How New Nigerian Short Stories Sabotage Big Oil’s Master Narrative. Postcolonial Text, 11.1, 1-18.
Perry, M. (2016). “Defining Gender,” In C. Ando, P. du Plessis, and K. Tuori (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook for Roman Law and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 432-442. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198728689.013.33
Barberet, R. (2015). Review of Sisters in Crime Revisited: Bringing Gender into Criminology. Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books Blog. http://clcjbooks.rutgers.edu./books/sisters-in-crime-revisited.html
Barberet, R. (2015). Education for justice: Experiences and prospects for further internationalization. Chapter in Kury, H., Redo, S. & Shea, E. (Eds.) Women and Children as Victims and Offenders: Background – Prevention – Reintegration: Suggestions for Succeeding Generations. New York: Springer. [on order at JJay Library]
Gentile, K. (2015). Generating subjectivity through the creation of time. Psychoanalytic Psychology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0038519
Gentile, K. (2015). Using queer and psychoanalytic times to explore the troubling temporalities of fetal personhood. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15: 1, 33-39. doi:10.1080/15240657.2015.1005490
Gentile, K. (2015). About being in time: Response to commentaries by Carolyn Dinshaw, Bill Auerbach, and Ann Pelligrini. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 15: 1, 56-62. doi: 10.1080/15240657.2015.1005514
Hoefinger, H. (2015) ‘It’s All Ours’ - Race, Space and Place in the LGBTQ British-‘Asian’ Dance Club Scene in London. Book chapter in Kira Kosnick (ed.), Post-Migrant Socialities: Ethnic Club Cultures in Urban Europe, Frankfurt: Peter Lang. http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=75637&cid=558
Majic, S. (2015). ‘I’m Just a Woman. But I’ve Never Been a Victim’: Re-conceptualizing Prostitution Policy through the Complex Narrative. The Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy, 36 (4), 365-387. doi: 10.1080/1554477X.2015.1082889
Majic, S. (2015). Implementing “New” Norms? Examining “John School” Policies in the United States. Critical Policy Studies, 9 (3), 278-296. doi:10.1080/19460171.2015.1027717
Mulder, C. (2015). Transcending Capitalism through Cooperative Practices. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Pauliny, T. (2015). Neoliberal Rhetorics and Body Politics: Plastinate Exhibits as Infiltration. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498523035/Neoliberal-Rhetorics-and-Body-Politics-Plastinate-Exhibits-as-Infiltration
Yarbrough, M. W. (2015). South African Marriage in Policy and Practice: A Dynamic Story.” South African Review of Sociology 46(4): 5-23.
Yarbrough, M. W. (2015). “Toward a Political Sociology of Conjugal-Recognition Regimes: Gendered Multiculturalism in South African Marriage Law.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 22(3): 456-94.
Barberet, R. (2014). Women, crime and criminal justice: A global enquiry. London: Routledge.
Battle, J., & Pastrana, A. Jr. (2014). Disrupting a narrative: Developing a new discourse of empowerment for LGBT people of color. In S.K. White, J.M. White, & K.O. Korgen (Eds.), Sociologists in Action on Inequalities: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality (pp. 113-117). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Belcher, E. (2014) Embodiment of the Halaf: Sixth Millennium Figurines from Northern Mesopotamia. PhD dissertation, Columbia University.
Brewster, K., Encandela, J. A., Stoudt, B., & Fine, M. (2014). Experience and Domain Mapping as Dynamic Tools for Focus Groups. Social Work Research, 38(3), 184-189. doi:10.1093/swr/svu008
Buchanan Turner, C., Pastrana, A. Jr., & Battle, J. (2014). From the perspectives of Black LGBTs in the U.S.: Medical providers’ comfort with sexuality. Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships, 1(1), 45-64.
Gentile, K. (2014). Exploring the troubling temporalities produced by fetal personhood. Psychoanalysis,Culture & Society, 19 (3): 1-18.
Gentile, K. (2014) What about the baby?: Baby-philia and the neo cult of domesticity. In M. Sheehy (ed.) Women, mothers, subjects: New explorations of the maternal. New York/London: Routledge.
Gentile, K. (2014) What about the patriarchy?: Response to commentaries by Zeavin and Layton. In M. Sheehy (ed.) Women, mothers, subjects: New explorations of the maternal. New York/London: Routledge
Hoefinger, Heidi (2014) Gendered Motivations, Sociocultural Constraints, and Psychobehavioral Consequences of Transnational Partnerships in Cambodia, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Special Edition on “Intimate Contexts: New Research on Sex Workers and Their Customers in Cambodia," 15: 54-72.
Hoefinger, Heidi (2014) Re-Evaluating Anti-Trafficking – Cambodian Feminisms and Sex Work Realities, in Hysteria – A Collection of Feminisms, Edition 3, “Abjection”.
Kapstein, H. (in press, exp. 2014). The Hysterics of District 9. ESC: English Studies in Canada, 40(1). .
Kapstein, H. (2014). Coffins, Corpses and Wheelchairs. Studies in the Humanities, 39(1-2) 57-
Kapstein, H. (2014). Mass Hysteria and Postcolonial Constitutions. Studies in the Humanities, 40(1-2), -88
Majic, S. (2014). Beyond ‘Victim-Criminals’: Sex Workers, Nonprofit Organizations, and Gender Norm Resistance. Gender and Society, 28(3), 463-485.
Majic, S. (2014). Teaching Equality? ‘John Schools,’ Gender, and Institutional Reform. Polity, 46(1), 5-30.
Majic, S. (2014). Participation Despite the Odds: Examining Sex Workers’ Political Engagement. New Political Science, 36(1), 76-95
Mulder, C. (2014). State Capitalism vis-à-vis Private Communism: The Cases of the British Broadcasting and the London Symphony Orchestras. Rethinking Marxism, 27 (2) 2015.
Pastrana, A. Jr. (2014). It takes a family: An examination of outness among Black LGBT people in the U.S. Journal of Family Issues doi: 0192513X14530971
Pease, A. (2014). “Sexuality.” In Cambridge Companion to Modernist Culture. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Pease, A. (Ed.). (2014). Cambridge Companion to To the Lighthouse. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Perry, M. (2014). Gender, Manumission, and the Roman Freedwoman. Cambridge University Press.
Showden, C. R., & Majic, S. (2014). Negotiating sex work : unintended consequences of policy and activism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Allen, V. (2013). "Alan of Lille on the Little Bits that Make a Difference." In Sexuality, Sociality, and Cosmology in Medieval Literary Texts, ed. Jennifer Brown and Marla Segol (pp.33-54). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Battle, J., Daniels, J., Pastrana, A. Jr., Buchanan Turner, C., & Espinoza, A. (2013). Never too old to feel good: Happiness and health among a national sample of older Black gay men. Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men, 2(1), 1-18.
Celinska, K. & A. Gutkowska (2013). The Polish Roma: From a persecuted to a protected minority. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 37, 4.
Celinska, K., Furrer, S., & Cheng, Ch. (2013). Evaluation of Functional Family Therapy: A case of the CARRI-YIIP intervention. Journal of Juvenile Justice 2, 223 -36.
Celinska, K. (2013). The role of family in the lives of incarcerated women. The Prison Service Journal, May, No. 207, 23 – 26.
Colvin, R. (2013). Policing the Lesbian and Gay Community: The Perceptions of Lesbian and Gay Police Officers. In, Handbook of LGBT Communities, Crime, and Justice. D. Peterson and V. Panfil (Eds.). Springer: New York.
Gentile, K. (2013). Biopolitics, trauma and the public fetus: An analysis of preconception care. Subjectivity, 6: (2): 153-172.
Gentile, K. (2013). Bearing the cultural in order to engage in a process of witnessing. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 30 (3): 456-470.
Gentile, K. (2013). The business of being made: Exploring the production of temporalities in assisted reproductive technologies. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, Special Issue on Assisted Reproductive Technologies, 14 (4): 255-276.
Gentile, K. (2013). You don’t recognize me because I’m still standing: Exploring the impact of participating in action research with women survivors of domestic violence. In Raghavan C. & Cohen, S.J. (Eds.), Domestic Violence: Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis in Dialogue, pp. 171-199. Northeastern Series on Gender, Crime, and Law, Northeastern University Press.
Harris, A., Battle, J., Pastrana, A. Jr., & Daniels, J. (2013). The sociopolitical involvement of Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific Islander gay and bisexual men. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 21(3), 236-254.
Hegeman, E. (2013). Ethnic Syndromes as Disguise for Protest Against Colonialism: Three Ethnographic Examples, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 14:2, 138-146, DOI: 10.1080/15299732.2013.724340. : http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15299732.2013.724340
McDougall, S. (2013 ). The making of marriage in Medieval Europe, Journal of Family History 38 (3).
McDougall, S. (2013). “Women and gender in Medieval canon law” in the Oxford Handbook of Women and Gender in Medieval Europe, eds. Ruth Karras and Judith Bennett.
Majic, S. (Forthcoming, 2013). ‘I’m Just a Woman. But I’ve Never Been a Victim’: Re- conceptualizing Prostitution Policy through the Complex Narrative. The Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy. (Accepted January 14, 2013)
Majic, S. (2013). Sex Work Politics: From Protest to Service Provision. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press (American Governance: Politics, Policy and Public Law series)
Pauliny, T. (2013). Disturbing Display: Bodies…The Exhibition and the Transnational Marketing of Public Health. PresentTense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society, 3(2).
Stein, A. (2013). Cupid’s Knife: Women’s Anger and Agency in Violent Relationships. NY: Routledge.
Trinch, S.“Recalling rape: Moving beyond what we know.” Legal-Lay Communication: Textual Travel in the Legal Process, 2013, Chris Heffer, Frances Rock, John Conley (eds.), Oxford University Press, pps 288-306.
Waterston, A. (release date 2013; copyright 2014). My Father’s Wars: Migration, Memory and the Violence of a Century (http://myfatherswars.com/). New York and London: Routledge Series on Innovative Ethnographies.
Waterston, A. (2013). “On Violence.” Open Anthropology Volume 1, Number 2 (October): 1-9. http://www.aaaopenanthro.org/
Waterston, A. (2013). “Sacred Memory and the Secular World: The Poland Narratives.” In War and Peace: Essays on Religion and Violence. Bryan Turner, ed. London: Anthem Press.
Waterston, A. (2013). “Marriage and Other Arrangements.” Open Anthropology Volume 1, Number 1 (April): 1-8. http://www.aaaopenanthro.org/Vol1Editorial.cfm.
Waterston, A. (2013). Autoethnography. Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology. R. Jon McGee and Richard L. Warms, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Yarbrough, M.W. (2013). Out in Africa: LGBT Organizing in Namibia and South Africa by Ashley Currier (2012). American Journal of Sociology (forthcoming).
Yarbrough, M.W. (2013). Unhitched: Love, Marriage, and Family Values from West Hollywood to Western China by Judith Stacey (2011). Gender & Society 27(1): 123-25.
Browne-Marshall, G (2012). A Cautionary Tale: Black Women, Criminal Justice, and HIV. Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy, 19(1), 407-429.
Colvin, R. (2012). Gay and Lesbian Cops: Diversity and Effective Policing. Lynne Rienner Publishers. Boulder, CO.
Colvin, R. (2012). Improved Policing in an Invisible Community: A Case Study of the Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit of Washington, DC. In Handbook of Critical Incident Analysis. R. Schwester (Ed.). ME Sharpe: California.
Gentile, K. (2012). Review of Tamara Bibby’s Education – An ‘impossible profession’?: Psychoanalytic explorations of learning and classrooms. London: Routledge, in Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 16(4): 440-442.
McDougall, S. (2012) Bigamy and Christian Identity in Late Medieval Champagne. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press)
Pauliny, T. (2012). “Politics and Play: Meditations on Rhetorical Bodily Performance.” RiDE: Research in Drama Education-The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. 18(2): 179-191.
Pease, A. (2012). Modernism, Feminism, and the Culture of Boredom. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Stein, A. (2012), Engendered self-states: Dissociated affect, social discourse, and the forfeiture of agency in battered women. Psychoanalytic Psychology.29(1), 34-58.
Stein, A. (2012), Preface to the Japanese Edition of Prologue to Violence: Child abuse, dissociation, and crime. Toyko, Japan: Sogen-Sha.
Stein, A. (2012), Back on the chain gang: A new/old prison labor paradigm. Journal of Psychohistory, 39(4), 254-260.
Stein, A. (2012), A review of Hard Knocks: Domestic Violence and the Psychology of Storytelling. Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society, 17(3), 334-336.
Stein, A. (2012), The politics of child maltreatment: A review of Lost lives: The pandemic of violence against children. Journal of Psychohistory, 39(3), 246-248.
Stoudt, B. et. al. (2012, 21 Sept ) Stop and Frisk in the South Bronx. [Streaming Video] Retrieved from youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mliuISC2hJk
On 20 September, 2012, The Morris Justice Project teamed up with Illuminator 99% to share some of the initial findings of their ongoing research into policing in the Morris Avenue area of the South Bronx. As a crowd watched from across the street, the Illuminator projected survey results onto a high-rise apartment building .
Waterston, A. (2012). “Exoticizing the Other and the Author: Gang Leader for a Day. “North American Dialogue. Volume 15 (1): 13-17.Wilson, J. C. and Ackerman, E. (2012) 'Tort Tales' and TV Judges: Amplifying, Modifying, or Countering the Antitort Narrative? Law & Society Review, 46(1), 105-135. doi: 10.1111/j.1540-5893.2012.00474.x
Yarbrough, M.W. (2012). When symbolic action fails: Illustrations from small-claims court. Qualitative Sociology Review 8(3), 44-57. http://www.qualitativesociologyreview.org/ENG/Volume24/QSR_9_1_Yarbrough.pdf
Gentile, K. (2011). What About the Baby? The New Cult of Domesticity and Media Images of Pregnancy. Studies In Gender & Sexuality, 12(1), 38-58. doi:10.1080/15240657.2011.536056
Gentile, K. (2011). What about the patriarchy?: Response to commentaries by Zeavin and Layton. Studies in Gender and Sexuality.12(1): 72-77.
Lee, K and Cole, A. M. C (Eds.). (2011). Safe. WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly, 39(1).
Lee, K. (2011). Cogito Interruptus: The Epistolary Body in the Elisabeth-Descartes Correspondence, 22 June 1645–3 November 1645. philoSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism, 1(2), 173-194.
Lee, K .and Cole, A. M. C (2011). Introduction: Safe. WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly, 39(1), 14-27.
Majic, S. (2011). Serving Sex Workers and Promoting Democratic Engagement: Re-thinking Nonprofits’ Role in American Civic and Political Life. Perspectives on Politics, 9(4), pp.821-840
Pastrana, A. Jr. (2011). Privileging oppression: Contradictions in intersectional politics. In U. Isop & V. Ratkovic (Eds.), Differenzen Leben: Kulturwissenschaftliche und Geschlechterkritische Perspektiven auf Inklusion und Exklusion (pp. 170-191). Bielefeld: Universität Bielefeld. [REPRINT]
Pauliny, T. (2011). “Queering the Institution: Politics and Power in the Assistant Professor Administrator Position.” Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. 9.
Stein, A. (2011). The Sex Monster: Dissociation as Parallel Process in the Response to Sex Offenders. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 47(4), 497-518.
Stein, A. (2011). The tattooed therapist: Exposure, disclosure, and transference. Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society,16(2), 113-131.
Stein, A. (2011). The utility of contempt. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 47(1), 80-100.
Trinch, S.“Forging violence against women: Documents reveal regimes of family in intimate-partner abuse. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 2011, 7(3): 393 - 411.
Waterston, A. (2011). Anthropology Off the Shelf: Anthropologists on Writing, with Maria D. Vesperi, co-editor. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell Publishing.
Waterston, A. (2011). “Writing Poverty, Drawing Readers: Stories in Love, Sorrow and Rage.” In Anthropology Off the Shelf: Anthropologists on Writing. Alisse Waterston and Maria D. Vesperi, eds. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell Publishing.
Waterston, A. and Maria D. Vesperi (2011). “The Writer in the Anthropologist.” In Anthropology Off the Shelf: Anthropologists on Writing. Alisse Waterston and Maria D. Vesperi, eds. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell Publishing.
Allen, V. (2010). Se7en: Medieval Justice, Modern Justice. Journal Of Popular Culture, 43(6), 1150-1172. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5931.2010.00793.x
Burns, A., Futch, V.A., & Tolman, D.L. (2010). “It’s like doing homework”: Academic achievement discourse in adolescent girls’ fellatio narratives. Sexuality Research & Social Policy, 8(3) 239-251.
Gentile, K. (2010). Is the old psychoanalytic story part of the problem? Invited response to Keylor and Apfel’s “Male infertility: Integrating an old psychoanalytic story with the research literature.” Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 11 (2): 78-85.
Gentile, K. (2010). Purging as embodiment. In J. Petrucelli (Ed.): Knowing, not knowing, and sort of knowing: Psychoanalysis and the experience of uncertainty. London: Karnac Press.
Gentile, K. (2010). Missing genders: Response to roundtable discussion: Violence and aggression in the consulting room. Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 6 (1).
McDougall, S. (2010) Bigamy: A Male Crime in Medieval Europe. Gender and History 22(2), 430-446.
Majic, S. (2010). An Opportunity to Publicize the Private: Public Education Campaigns and Domestic Violence in Ontario. In Fong, J. (Ed) Out of the Shadows: Woman Abuse in Ethnic, Immigrant and Aboriginal Communities. (Pp.29-58). Toronto: Women’s Press of Canada.
Pastrana, A. Jr. (2010). Trump(et)ing identities: Racial capital and lesbian and gay organizing. Sexuality Research & Social Policy, 7(2), 93-104.
Pastrana, A. Jr. (2010). Privileging oppression: Contradictions in intersectional politics. The Western Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 53-63.
Stein, A. (2010). Dreams as Historical Artifacts. Journal Of Psychohistory, 38(2), 125-132.
Stein, A. (2010), Shooting in the spaces: Violent crime as dissociated enactment. In J. Petrucelli (Ed.): Knowing, not knowing, and sort of knowing: Psychoanalysis and the experience of uncertainty, pp. 273-288. London: Karnac. [John Jay College Library Stacks - RC509 .K66 2010 ]
Stoudt, B., Kuriloff, P., Reichert, M., Ravitch, S. (2010). Educating for hegemony, researching for change: Collaborating with teachers and students to examine bullying at an elite private school. A. Howard & R. Gaztambide-Fernandez (Eds.), Class Privilege & Education Advantage. Rowman & Littlefield, NY
Trinch, S. “Risky subjects: Narrative, literary testimonio and legal testimony.” Dialectical Anthropology, 2010, 34(2):179-204.
Trinch, S. “Disappearing Discourse: Performative texts and identity in legal contexts.” Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 2010, 7(2) 207-229.
Trinch, S.“Teaching reading, writing, speaking and risk: Dialoguing with Eades, French and Lecuna.” Dialectical Anthropology, 2010, 34(2): 179-204.
Battle, J., & Pastrana, A. Jr. (2009). Preface. In At the Intersection: Race, Sexuality and Gender (pp. 2-3). Washington, DC: Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Colvin, R. (2009). Adding Sexual Orientation to New York State’s Human Rights Law: Initial Information about Implementation and Effectiveness. The Journal of Homosexuality 56(4): 485-498.
Colvin, R. (2009). Shared Perceptions among Lesbian and Gay Police Officers: Barriers and Opportunities in the Law Enforcement Work Environment. Police Quarterly 12(1): 86-101.
Gentile, K. (2009).The collective artistry of activism: A review of Making trouble: Life and politics. By Lynne Segal. London: Serpents Tail. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 10(4).
McDougall, S. (2009) The Punishment of Bigamy in Late-Medieval France. Imago Temporis Acti. Medium Aevum 3
Waterston, A. (2009). “On War and Accountability.” In An Anthropology of War: Views from the Frontline. Alisse Waterston, ed. New York: Berghahn Books.
Raghavan, C., Rajah, V., Gentile, K., Collado, L., Kavanagh, A.M. (2009). Community violence, social support networks, ethnic group differences and male perpetration of intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(10): 1615-1632.
Colvin, R. (2008). Innovations in Antidiscrimination Laws: Research on Transgender-Inclusive Cities. Journal of Public Management & Social Policy 14(1): 19-34.
Colvin, R. (2008). Transgender-Inclusive Workplaces and Health Benefits: New Administrative Territory for Public Administrators. In Handbook of Employee Benefits and Administration. C. Reddick, and J. Coggburn (Eds.). Taylor & Francis Group: London.
McDougall, S. (2008) The Prosecution of Sex in Late Medieval Troyes. In, Classen, A. (ed) History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. (DeGruyter)
Mink, G., Majic, S. & Zarnow, L. (2008). Poverty Law and Income Support: from the Progressive Era to the War on Welfare. In Grossberg, M. & Tomlins, C. (Eds) Cambridge History of Law in the United States. (Pp. 359-376). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Pastrana, A. Jr., & Battle, J. (2008). Gay men. In J.H. Moore (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Race and Racism. (Vol. 2, pp. 17-19). Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
Waterston, A. (2008). An Anthropology of War: Views from War Zones. editor, Special Issue. Social Analysis Volume 52 Issue 1.
Waterston, A. (2008). “Introduction: On War and Accountability.” Social Analysis Volume 52 Issue 1: 12-31.
Gentile, K. (2007).Creating bodies: Eating disorders as self-destructive survival. NY: Routledge.
Gentile, K. (2007). Resisting to survive or self-destructing to resist? The on-going paradox of transformation. In M. Suchet, A. Harris, & L. Aron (Eds.), Relational psychoanalysis, Volume III: New Voices. Mahwah, NJ: The Analytic Press.
Gentile, K., Raghavan, C., Rajah, V., Gates, K. (2007). It doesn’t happen here?: Eating disorders in an ethnically diverse sample of low-income, female and male, urban college students. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.15(5): 405-425.
Pauliny, T. (2007) “Outing’ the Institution’: (Re)Writing Technologies with a Rhetoric of Female-to-Male Drag. In, P. Sullivan and P. Takayoshi (Eds.), Labor, Writing Technologies, and the Shaping of Composition in the Academy (pp. 135-152). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Stein, A. (2007), Prologue to violence: Child abuse, dissociation, and crime. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, Inc. [John Jay College Library Stacks - RC553 .D5 S723 2007]
Trinch, S. “Deconstructing the “stakes” in high stakes gatekeeping interviews: Battered women and narration. Journal of Pragmatics, 2007, 39(11):1895-1918.
Trinch, S. “The pragmatic use of gender in Latina women’s narratives of abuse.” International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 2007, 14(2):51-83. Reprinted in Routeledge reader, Language and Gender, edited by Susan Ehrlich (November 2007).
Waterston, A. and Antigona Kukaj. (2007). “Reflections on Teaching Social Violence in an Age of Genocide and a Time of War.” American Anthropologist Vol. 109, No. 3: 509-518.
Waterston, A. and Barbara Rylko-Bauer. (2007). “Out of the Shadows of History and Memory: Personal Family Narratives as Intimate Ethnography. In The Shadow Side of Field Work: Theorizing the Blurred Borders between Ethnography and Life, Athena McLean and Annette Leibing, eds. Malden, MA and Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing.
Yarbrough, M.W. (2007). South Africa’s wedding jitters: Consolidation, abolition, or proliferation? Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 18(2), 497-521.