Research and Publications

Department of Women's and Gender Studies Faculty Publications

  Bobel, C. (forthcoming). "The End of When in 'Telling Truths: Creative Writing on Motherhood and Mothering.'" Sheena Wilson and Diana Davidson, (Co-Editors). Bradford, ON: Demeter Press.
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Histories with Communities: Struggles, Collaborations, Transformations," forthcoming in Sources and Methods in Indigenous Studies. (Routledge)
  El Jack, Amani, Militarized Commerce: Gender Dimensions of Transnational Migration in South Sudan, Book Manuscript, Under Contract, by Ashgate.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2014, forthcoming). Turning Women into Girls: Abortion Regret and the Erosion of Decisional Autonomy, Women's Rights Law Reporter.
Ehrlich, J.S. ( 2014). Family Law for Paralegals, (6th Ed.) New York, N.Y: Aspen Publishers
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Recognition and Rebuilding," co-authored with Jean M. O'Brien, in World of Indigenous North America, ed. Robert Warrior (Routledge, Sept. 2014)
Ehrlich, J.S. (2014). Regulating Desire: From Virtuous Maiden to the Purity Princess. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Altered State? Policy Narratives, Recognition, and the 'New' War on Indians in Connecticut," in Recognition, Sovereignty Struggles, and Indigenous Rights in the United States, Amy E. Den Ouden and Jean M. O'Brien eds., Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, June 2013.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2013). From Birth Control to Sex Control: Unruly Young Women and the Origins of the National Abstinence-Only Mandate, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 30: 77-99.
  Bobel, C. (2013). "Mothers and Daughters, Research and Family, Life and Loss: Reflections on Inseparability" Family and Work in Everyday Ethnography. Tamara Mose Brown & Joanna Dreby, Co-Editors. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
Recognition, Sovereignty Struggles, and Indigenous Rights in the United States, Amy E. Den Ouden and Jean M. O'Brien, eds., Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, June 2013.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2013). A Wellspring of Contamination: The Transgressive Body of the Prostitute in 19th Century Medical Discourse. In Hannah Priest (ed), The Female of the Species: Cultural Constructions of Evil, Women and the Feminine. Oxfordshire, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Colonial Violence and the Gendering of Post-War Terrain in Southern New England: Native Women and Rights to Reservation Land in Eighteenth-Century Connecticut," Landscapes of Violence, Vol. 2 (1) (2012).
  Rivera, L. & N. Lavan. (2012). “Family Literacy Practices and Parental Involvement of Latin American Immigrant Mothers” in Journal of Latinos and Education, V11 (4).
  El Jack, Amani, “Protracted Refugees: Why Gender Matters?” (2012). In Transatlantic Cooperation on Protracted Displacement: Urgent Needs and Unique Opportunity. J. Calabrese and J. Marret. (ed.) Middle East Institute: Washington DC, PP 335-344.
  Den Ouden, Amy. (Invited film review essay) We Still Live Here. Anne Makepeace Productions (2010), in American Anthropologist, Vol. 114 (4), December 2012.
  El Jack, Amani, “Education is My Mother and Father” (2011). Refuge Journal, vol. 27, no. 2, PP 19-29.
Bobel, C. & Kwan, S. (Eds.) (2011). Embodied Resistance: Breaking the Rules, Challenging the Norms. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
  Bobel, C. & Kissling, Elizabeth (Volume 40, Issue 2, 2011) Guest Eds. Special Issue of Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal "Menstruation and Representation."
  Drury, Doreen. Paper presentation on panel entitled "Embodying Radical Democracy: Pauli Murray's Centennial and Resources for a Common Freedom Struggle." American Academy of Religion, November 2011.
Bobel, C. (2010). New Blood: Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Menstruation. New Brunswick, NJ & London: Rutgers University Press.
  Rivera, L. (2009). “Landscape of Academe” in Empowering Women through Literacy: Views from Experience. Eds. M. Miller & K. King. Information Age Publishing.
  Drury, Doreen. "Love, Ambition, and 'Invisible Footnotes' in the Life and Writing of Pauli Murray." In *Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture & Society.* Jul-Sep 2009, Vol. 11 Issue 3, pp. 295-309.
  Bobel, C. (2009). "Resisting, But Not Too Much: Interrogating the Paradox of Natural Mothering." In J. Nathanson & L. Tuley (Eds). Mother Knows Best: Talking Back to Baby "Experts." Toronto: Demeter Press. (pp. 113-123). [Also reprinted in A. O'Reilly (Ed). Maternal Theory: Essential Reading 1976-2007. Toronto, Ontario: Demeter Press (pp. 782-791.)]
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2009). You Can Steal Her Virginity But Not Her Doll: The Nineteenth Century Campaign to Raise the Legal Age of Sexual Consent, Cardozo Journal of Gender & Law 15: 229-246.
  Bobel, C. (2008). "From Convenience to Hazard: A Short History of the Emergence of the Menstrual Activism Movement, 1971-1992" Health Care for Women International, Vol. 29, Issue 7, pp. 738-754.
  El Jack, Amani; Abdelnour, Samer; Badri, Babiker; McGrath, Susan (et al), Examining Enterprise Capacity: A Participatory Social Assessment in Darfur and Southern Sudan. (2008). Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada, PP 1-104.
Rivera, L. (2008). Laboring to Learn: Women's Literacy & Poverty in the Post-Welfare Era, University of Illinois Press. (Winner of 2009 Cyril O. Houle Award)
  Evans, M. & Bobel, C. (2007). "'I Am a Contradiction': Feminism and Feminist Identity in the Third Wave." New England Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 22, Issues 1 & 2 (pp. 207-222).
  El Jack, Amani, “Gendered Implications: ‘Development’-Induced Displacement in the Sudan.” (2007). In Development’s Displacements: Ecologies, Economies and Cultures at Risk. P. Vandergeest, P. Idahosa, and P. Bose (eds.). Vancouver, Canada: UBC Press, PP 61-81.
  Bobel, C. (2007). "'I'm not an activist, per se, though I've done a lot of it': Doing Activism, Being Activist and the Perfect Standard in a Contemporary Movement." Social Movement Studies Vol. 6, Issue 2, pp. 147-159.
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Locating the Cannibals: Conquest, North American Ethnohistory, and the Threat of Objectivity," History and Anthropology, Vol. 18 (2): 101-133 (2007).
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2006). From Age of Consent Laws to the “Silver Ring Thing:” The Regulation of Adolescent Female Sexuality, Health Matrix 16:151-181.
  Bobel, C. (2006). "'Our Revolution Has Style': Menstrual Product Activists 'Doing Feminism' in the Third Wave." Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, Vol. 54, Issue 4/5, pp. 331-345.
  Bobel, C. (2006). "Resistance with a Wink: Young Women, Feminism and the (Radical) Menstruating Body." In J. Lorber & L.J. Moore (Eds.). Gendered Bodies: Feminist Perspectives from Birth to Death Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing (pp. 87-91.).
  Bobel, C. (2006). "'Take this Class if You Want to be Brainwashed': Walking the Knife's Edge Between Education and Indoctrination." Human Architecture: The Sociology of Self Knowledge (Sociology Department, University of Massachusetts Boston), Vol. IV: Special Issue, Summer (pp. 359-364).
Ehrlich, J.S. (2006). Who Decides? The Abortion Rights of Teens, Westport, CT: Greenwood/Praeger.
Den Ouden, Amy. Beyond Conquest: Native Peoples and the Struggle for History in New England. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press (2005).
  Bobel, C. (2004). "When Good Enough Isn't: Mother Blame in The Continuum Concept." Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, Vol. 6, Issue 2, pp. 68-78.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2003). Choosing Abortion: Teens Who Make the Decision without Parental Involvement, Gender Issues, 21:3-39.
  El Jack, Amani, Gender and Armed Conflict: Overview Report. (2003). Brighton, UK: Bridge (Institute of Development Studies), University of Sussex, PP 1-48.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2003). Grounded in the Reality of Their Lives: Listening to Teens Who Make the Abortion Decision Without Involving Their Parents, Berkeley Women’s Law Journal, 18:61-180.
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Recovering Gendered Political Histories: Local Struggles and Native Women's Resistance in Colonial Southern New England" (co-authored with Trudie Lamb Richmond), in Interpreting New England Indians and the Colonial Experience, Colin G. Calloway and Neal Salisbury, eds. Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts (2003).
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2003). Shifting Boundaries: Abortion, Criminal Culpability and the Indeterminate Legal Status of Adolescents, Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal, 18:77-116.
  El Jack, Amani, “Gender Perspectives on the Management of Small Arms and Light Weapons.” (2002). In Gender Perspectives on Small Arms and Light Weapons: Regional and International Concerns. V. Farr and K. Gebre-Wold (eds.). Bonn, Germany: Bonn International Center for Conversion, PP 51-57.
Bobel, C. (2002). The Paradox of Natural Mothering. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
  Bobel, C. (2001). "Bounded Liberation: A Focused Study of La Leche League International." Gender & Society, Vol 15, No. 1, pp. 130-151.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2000). Co-Parent Visitation: Acknowledging the Reality of Two Mother Families, Tulane Journal of Law and Sexuality, 9: 151-162.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (2000). Minors as Medical Decision-Makers: The Pretextual Reasoning of the Court in the Abortion Cases, Michigan Journal of Gender & Law, 7:66-106.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (1998) Of Contract Born, But Not Determined: The Uncertain Future of Surrogate Motherhood in Massachusetts after R.R. v. M.H., Women’s Bar Association Law Journal, II:1-3.
  Ehrlich, J.S. (1998) Journey Through the Courts: Minors, Abortion and the Quest for Reproductive Fairness, Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, 10:1-27.
  Den Ouden, Amy. "Gender, Culture, and Colonialism: A Critical Feminist Perspective on Native-Angloamerican Struggles over Land in Eighteenth-Century Connecticut," Crosscurrents: The Journal of Graduate Research in Anthropology 8 (Autumn): 23-33 (1996).
  Ehrlich, J.S., Sabino, J. (1991) A Minor's Right to Abortion: The Unconstitutionality of Parental Participation in Bypass Hearings, New England Law Review, 25:1185-1209.