Faculty Publications since 2010
Nature’s Path: A History of Naturopathic Healing in America, Johns Hopkins University Press. 2016.
Co-editor (listed second of four). Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology for Gender and Women’s Studies, Second edition, Wiley Blackwell, West Sussex, UK. 2016. Wrote Introductory sections for three chapters: “Sexualities and Genders,” “Body Politics,” and “Activism for the Future.” Designed lists for Further Reading for each chapter and Discussion Questions for each chapter.
“How Democracy Gave Birth to Medical Populism,” History News Network, file:///C:/Users/Cayleff/Do.cuments/History News Network_ How Democracy Gave Birth to. August 31, 2016.
“Babe Didrikson Zaharias,” The Legacy Walk, Chicago, IL. Spring 2015.
“Feeding the Hand that Bit You: Lesbian Daughters at Mid-Life Negotiating Parental Caretaking,” republished by Taylor & Francis online. http://www.tandfonline,com/doi/full/10.1080/10894160802161398.
“Oral History and ‘Girls’ Voices: The Young Women’s Studies Club as a Site of Empowerment,” Journal of International Women’s Studies Summer 2011 vol.12 no. 4.
Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. (ed.) 2015. Asian Muslim Women: Globalization and Local Realities. New York: SUNY.
Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. (ed.) 2015. Contesting Feminisms: Gender and Islam in Asia. New York: SUNY.
Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. 2011. Juggling Afghan Motherhood in the Diaspora. Journal of Motherhood Initiative. Nov. Vol.2, No.2. Pgs. 239-250.
Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. 2012. Guest Editor. Islam and Lesbianism. “Introduction.” Journal of Lesbian Studies. Vol. 16, No. 4.
Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. 2015. “Being a Woman, a Muslim, and Afghan in the USA: Dilemmas of Displacement.” In Gendered Journeys: Women, Migration, and Feminist Psychology, edited by Oliva Espin and Andrea L. Dottolo. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Ahmed-Ghosh, Huma. 2013. “Afghan Women: At the Intersections of Local and Global Oppression.” In Contesting Nation: Gendered Violence in South Asia, edited by Angana Chatterji and Lubna Choudhury. New Delhi: Zubaan.
“Audre Lorde’s Zami, Erotic Embodied Memory, and the Affirmation of Difference.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 36.1 (2015): 113-135.
“Gathering Our Sages, Mentors and Healers: Postcolonial Women Writers and Narratives of Healing.” Feminist Formations 26.3 (Winter 2014): 54-70.
“At the Full and Change of the Moon: The Passing Down of Cultural Memory in the Black Diaspora.” Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 13.3 (January 2014).
“Chinese Diasporic Women’s Writing, Gender and Identities: Rereading Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior for Mnemonic Traces.” Asian Women 29.3 (September 2013): 71-96.
“Black Diaspora Feminism and Writing: Memories, Storytelling and the Narrative World as Sites of Resistance.” African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal 6.1 (January 2013): 30-42.
“Homing Desire, Cultural Citizenship, and Diasporic Imaginings.” Journal of International Women’s Studies 12.4 (July 2011): 45-56.
An Imperialist Love Story: Desert Romances and the War on Terror. NY: New York University Press, 2015.
Imagining Arab Womanhood: The Cultural Mythology of Veils, Harems, and Belly Dancers in the U.S. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. (reprinted in paperback, 2010)
“Desiring the Big Bad Blade: Racing the Sheikh in Desert Romances,” American Quarterly vol. 63, no. 4 (2011): 895-930.
“’The Sheik Who Loved Me’: Romancing the War on Terror,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society vol. 35, no. 4 (2010): 993-1017.
“They Hate Our Freedom, But We Love Their Bellydance: The Spectacle of the Shimmy in Contemporary U.S. Culture.” In Between the Middle East and the Americas: The Cultural Politics of Diaspora, eds. Evelyn Alsultany and Ella Shohat, 130-152. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2013.
“Hijab,” In Youth Studies: Keywords and Movements, eds. Nancy Lesko and Susan Talburt, 158-163. NY: Routledge, 2012.
“Arab American Feminisms: Mobilizing the Politics of Invisibility.” In Arab and Arab American Feminisms: Gender, Violence, and Belonging, eds. Rabab Abdulhadi, Evelyn Alsultany, and Nadine Naber, 227-241. NY: Syracuse University Press, 2011. [Revised and updated version of earlier article.] Collection is recipient of the 2012 National Arab American Book Award for Nonfiction.
“On Not Rescuing Arab and Muslim Women” In The Middle East: Its History and Culture, ed. Jason Tatlock. Bethesda, MD: University Press of Maryland, 2012.
Lara, Irene. “Sensing the Serpent in the Mother, Dando a luz la Madre Serpiente: Chicana Spirituality, Sexuality, and Mamihood.” Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous Women’s Lives. Eds. Elisa Facio and Irene Lara.
Co-edited anthology with Susan Cayleff, Anne Donadey, and Bonnie Kime Scott: Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology of Gender and Women’s Studies. Oxford, UK: Wiley- Blackwell, 2016. http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-111854112X.html (Includes two self-authored chapter introductions and extensive pedagogy resources for instructors.)
Co-edited anthology with Elisa Facio. Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous Women’s Lives. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Lara, Irene. “Stories of Identity and Community.” Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology of Gender and Women’s Studies. 2nd ed. Eds. Bonnie Kime Scott, Susan E. Cayleff, Anne Donadey, and Irene Lara. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. 50-62.
Lara, Irene. “Healing and Spirituality.” Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology of Gender and Women’s Studies. 2nd ed. Eds. Bonnie Kime Scott, Susan E. Cayleff, Anne Donadey, and Irene Lara. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. 413-422.
Lara, Irene. “From the Four Directions: The Dreaming, Birthing, Healing Mother on Fire.” Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Frontlines. Eds. Alexis Pauline Gumbs, China Martens, and Mai'a Williams. Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2015. 185-189.ara, Irene. “Sensing the Serpent in the Mother, Dando a luz la Madre Serpiente: Chicana Spirituality, Sexuality, and Mamihood.” Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous Women’s Lives. Eds. Elisa Facio and Irene Lara. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2014. 113-34.
Lara, Irene and Elisa Facio. “Introduction: Fleshing the Spirit, Spiriting the Flesh.” Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous Women’s Lives. Eds. Elisa Facio and Irene Lara. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2014. 3-17.
Gonzalez, Alejandra, Irene Lara, Carolina Prado, Sophia Rivera, and Carmen Rodriguez (authors listed in alphabetical order represent equal authorship). “Passing the Sage: CuranderaScholarActivists in Academia.” Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social. v. 15, n. 1 (fall 2015): 110-55.
Mattingly, Doreen J. 2016 A Feminist in the White House: Midge Costanza, the Carter Years, and America’s Culture Wars. New York: Oxford University Press.
Mattingly, Doreen J. 2015. “The Limited Power of Female Appointments: Abortion and Domestic Violence Policy in the Carter Administration,” Feminist Studies, 41 (3): 538 - 565.
Price, Kimala. 2016. “The Emergence of the Black Fetus.” Contexts. Winter: 19-20. https://contexts.org/articles/the-unborn-and-the-undead/
Price, Kimala. 2017. “Queering Reproductive Justice: Toward a Theory and Praxis for Building Intersectional, Political Alliances.” In LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader, edited by Marla Brettschneider, Susan Burgess and Cricket Keating. New York: NYU Press.
Factor, R.J. & Rothblum, E.D. (2017). “A Comparison of Trans Women, Trans Men, Genderqueer Individuals, and Cisgender Brothers and Sisters on the Bem Sex-Role Inventory: Ratings by Self and Siblings.” Journal of Homosexuality. DOI:10.1080/00918369.2016.1273717
Wickham, R. E., * Beard, C. L., Riggle, E. D. B., Rothblum, E. D., Rostosky, S. S., & Balsam, K. F. (2016). “Accuracy and bias in perceptions of conflict style among same-sex and heterosexual couples.” Journal of Research in Personality, 65, 109-119. doi:10.1016/j.jrp.2016.10.004
Riggle, E.D.B., Wickham, R.E., Rostosky, S.S., Rothblum, E.D., & Balsam, K.F. (2016). “Impact of civil marriage recognition for long-term same-sex couples.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 14, 223-232.
Rostosky, S.S., Riggle, E.D.B., Rothblum, E.D., & Balsam, K.F. (2016). “Same-sex couples’ decisions and experiences of marriage in the context of minority stress: Interviews from a population-based longitudinal study.” Journal of Homosexuality, 63, 1019-1040.
Richards, M.A., Rothblum, E.D., Beauchaine, T.P., & Balsam, K.F. (2017). “Adult children of same-sex and heterosexual couples: Demographic ‘thriving.’” Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 13, 1-15.
Riggle, E.D.B., Rothblum, E.D., Rostosky, S.S., Clark, J.B., & Balsam, K.B. (2016). “’The secret of our success’: Long-term same-sex couples’ perceptions of their relationship longevity.” Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 12, 319-334.
Clark, J.B., Riggle, E.D.B., Rostosky, S.S., Rothblum, E.D., & Balsam, K.F. (2015). Windsor and Perry: “Reactions of siblings in same-sex and heterosexual couples.” Journal of Homosexuality, 62, 993-1008.
Rothblum, E.D. (2014). “Commentary: Lesbians should take the lead in removing the stigma that has long since been associated with body weight.” Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 1, 377-382.
Rothblum, E.D. (2014). “Mars to Venus or Earth to Earth? How do families of origin fit into GLBTQ lives?” Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 10, 231-241. Reprinted in Queerying families of origin (2014). Routledge.
Bradford, J., Ryan, C., Rothblum, E.D., & Honnold, J. (2013). “I have never slept with a man and there is no star rising in the East: Lesbians, bisexual women and pregnancy before insemination.” Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 9, 492-511.
Rothblum, E.D. (2012). “Teaching lesbian studies.” Journal of Homosexuality, 59, 139-143.
Fikkan, J., & Rothblum, E.D. (2012). “Is fat a feminist issue? Exploring the gendered nature of weight bias.” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 66(9), 575-592.
The editor invited five commentary articles discussing our piece that appear in this same issue of Sex Roles.
Fikkan, J., & Rothblum, E.D. (2012). “We agree: Fat IS a feminist issue! Response to commentators.” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 66(9), 632-635.
Gotta, G., Green, R.J., Rothblum, E.D., Solomon, S., Balsam, K., & Schwartz, P. (2011). “Heterosexual, lesbian, and gay male relationships: A comparison of couples in 1975 and 2000.” Family Process, 50(3), 353-376.
Rothblum, E.D., Balsam, K.F., & Solomon, S.E. (2011). Narratives of same-sex couples who had civil unions in Vermont: The impact of legalizing relationships on couples and on social policy. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 8(3), 183-191.
Rothblum, E.D., Balsam, K.F., & Solomon, S.E. (2011). The longest “legal” U.S. same-sex couples reflect on their relationship. Journal of Social Issues, 67(2), 302-315.
Rothblum, E.D. (2010). Where is the “women’s community”? Voices of lesbian, bisexual, and queer women and their heterosexual sisters. Feminism & Psychology, 20(4), 454-472.
Rothblum, E.D. (2010). The complexity of butch and femme among sexual minority women in the 21st Century. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 1(1), 29-42.
Rothblum, E.D. (2010). Use of online surveys for undergraduate psychology of women courses. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34(1), 124-127.
Elder, G., Rothblum, E.D., & Solomon, S.E. (2010). The geography of civil union households. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 6(1), 58-67.
Rothblum, E.D. (in press). Division of workforce and domestic labor among same-sex couples. In R. Connelly and E. Kongar (Eds.). Gender and time use in a global context: The economics of employment and unpaid labor. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Rothblum, E.D. (2016). Weapons of mass distraction in teaching fat studies: “But aren’t they unhealthy?” and “Why can’t they just lose weight?” In E. Cameron and C. Russell (Eds.) The fat pedagogy reader: Challenging weight-based oppression through critical education (pp. 71-79). Peter Lang Publishers.
Rothblum, E.D. (2013). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. In C.J. Patterson and A.R. D’Augelli (Eds.) Handbook of psychology and sexual orientation (pp. 297-308. NY: Oxford University Press.
Rothblum, E.D. (2012). From invert to intersectionality: Understanding the past and future of sexuality. In Roshan das Nair and Catherine Butler (Eds.) Intersectionality, Sexuality, and Psychological Therapies: Working with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Diversity, pp. 263-268. Chicester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
Reczek, C., & Rothblum, E.D. (2012). A little bit pregnant? The ethics of same-sex marriage. In J.J. Bigner and J. Wetchler (Eds.), Handbook of LGBT Affirmative Couple and Family Therapy, pp. 459-473. NY: Routledge.
Rothblum, E.D. (2011). Fat studies. Chapter 13 in J. Cawley (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of the social science of obesity (pp. 173-183). NY: Oxford University Press.
Reprinted in F. Schorb and L. Rose (Eds.) (2017). Fat-Studies in Deutschland: Hohes Körpergewicht zwischen Diskriminierung und Anerkennung.
Rothblum, E.D. (2010). Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender siblings. Chapter 7 in J. Caspi (Ed.) Sibling development: Implications for mental health practitioners (pp. 123-145). NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Rothblum, E.D. (2010). Key researcher. In V. Clarke, S.J. Ellis, E. Peel and D.W. Riggs (Eds.). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer psychology: An introduction (pp. 243-244) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
Rothblum, E.D. (2010). “Will the real lesbian please stand up?” Lesbian relationships. Chapter 4 in S.L. Dibble and P. Robertson (Eds.) Lesbian health 101: A clinician’s guide (pp. 67-83). University of California San Francisco Nursing Press.