The interdisciplinary field of Gender and Women’s Studies concerns itself with understanding and challenging the political and philosophical foundations that shape our cultures, our institutions, and our worlds. Here, we collect a partial bibliography of research from our faculty that addresses some of the contemporary conditions in which we find ourselves – antiblack violence, policing, migration control, racial capitalism and dispossession, surveillance (including medical surveillance), unequal forms for citizenship, and more.
Toby Beauchamp. 2020. “Beyond the ‘Pine Pig’: Reimagining Protection through the US National Park Ranger.” Radical History Review 137: 96-118.
Emma Velez. 2020. “Towards a ‘Care-ful Geopolitics’ of La Frontera in the Era of Trump,” The Journal of Speculative Philosophy (SPEP Issue), 34(3): 339-352.
Siobhan Somerville. 2005. “Notes Toward a Queer History of Naturalization.” American Quarterly 57(3): 659-675.
Teresa Barnes. 2015. “Teach for Your Life.” In Apartheid Israel: The Politics of an Analogy, J. Soske, & S. Jacobs (Eds.) (Haymarket Books), pp. 87-94.
Fiona Ngô. 2011. "Sense and Subjectivity." Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies 76(4): 95-129.
Chantal Nadeau. 2015. "Civility, Fraternité, and the Frames of Democracy.” The Charlie Hebdo Attacks and Their Aftermath, Special Issue Editors Cécile Alduy, Bruno Cornellier, and Dominic Thomas. Occasion 9: 1-5.
Ghassan Moussawi. 2019. “The Fraught Nature of Exceptional Gay Spaces.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
Maryam Kashani. 2018. "Habib in the Hood: Mobilizing History and Prayer towards an Anti-Racist Islam." Amerasia Journal 44(1): 61-84.
Karen Flynn and Funké Fladejebi. 2019. “Writing black Canadian women's history: Where we have been and where we are going.” In Reading Canadian Women's and Gender History (University of Toronto Press), pp. 63-89.
Mimi Thi Nguyen. 2015. “The Hoodie as Sign, Screen, Expectation, and Force.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 40(4): 791-816.
Jodi A. Byrd, Aloysha Goldstein, Jodi Melamed, and Chandan Reddy. 2018. “Predatory Value: Economies of Dispossession and Disturbed Relationalities.” Social Text, 36(2): 1-18.