Women's Studies and Resource Center

Faculty Scholarship


Kathleen Berkeley, The Women's Liberation Movement In America (Greenwood Press, 1999)


Kathleen Berkeley, Like A Plague Of Locusts: From An Antebellum Town To A New South City, Memphis, Tennessee, 1850-1888 (Garland Pub., c1991)


Kathleen Berkeley, Southern Cities, Southern Schools: Public Education In The Urban South (Greenwood Press, 1990)

Nationality of Her Own

Candace Bredbenner, A Nationality of Her Own: Women, Citizenship, and the Politics of Marriage, (University of California Press, 1998)

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María Camí-Vela, Mujeres Detrás De La Cámara: Entrevistas Con Cineastas Españolas, 1990-2004 (Madrid: Ocho y Medio, c2005)

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Maria Cami-Vela, La Búsqueda De La Identidad En La Obra Literaria De Carme Riera (Madrid: Pliegos, 2000)

Health Care for Women International

Eleanor Krassen Covan, editor-in-chief, Routledge, 2 issues per year


Janet Ellerby, Following The Tambourine Man: A Birthmother's Memoir (Syracuse University Press, 2007)


Janet Ellerby, Intimate Reading: The Contemporary Women's Memoir (Syracuse University Press, 2001)

Brazil Regina Felix, Chapter on Comedy. Directory of World Cinema: Brazil. Natália Pinazza and Louis Bayman Eds. (University of Chicago Press, 2014)
Regina Felix, Face-à-Face: Cultural, Intellectual, and Political Exchanges between Brazil and France, Regina R. Félix and Scott D. Juall co-editors. (Upcoming)


Leslie Hossfeld, Narrative, Political Unconscious And Racial Violence In Wilmington, North Carolina (Routledge, 2005)

Leslie Hossfeld, They Say the River Ran Red with Blood": Narrative, Political Unconscious and Racial violence in Wilmington, North Carolina (North Carolina State University, 2002)
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Donna King, Doing Their Share To Save The Planet: Children And Environmental Crisis (Rutgers University Press, c1995)

Donna King book cover Donna King, co-editor with Carrie Lee Smith, Men Who Hate Women and Women Who Kick their Asses: Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy in Feminist Perspective. (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, c2012)
Waccamaw Patricia Lerch, From Princess to Chief. Life with the Waccamaw Siouan Indians of North Carolina. Priscilla Freeman Jacobs and Patricia Barker Lerch (2013 University of Alabama Press)
Sea and Land.gif Patricia Lerch, Sea And Land: Cultural And Biological Adaptations In The Southern Coastal Plain (University of Georgia Press, c1988)
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Patricia Lerch, Waccamaw Legacy: Contemporary Indians FightFor Survival (University of Alabama Press, c2004)

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Lisa Pollard, Nurturing the Nation: The Family Politics Of Modernizing, Colonizing And Liberating Egypt, 1805/1923 (University of California Press, 2005)


Lisa Pollard, Families of A New World: Gender, Politics, And State Development In A Global Context (Routledge, 2003)

Cinematic Sociology Jean-Anne Sutherland, co-editor with Kathryn Feltey, Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film (SAGE Publications, c2013)
Virtue and Vice Olga Trokhimenko, Constructing Virtue and Vice: Femininity and Laughter on Courtly Society (ca. 1150-1300) (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, upcoming June 30, 2014)

Barbara Waxman, 1898-1998: The First Hundred Years Of B'nai Israel Synagogue, Wilmington, North Carolina (Wilmington, N.C. : B'nai Israel Synagogue, 1998)


Barbara Waxman, From The Hearth To The Open Road: A Feminist Study Of Aging In Contemporary Literature (Greenwood Press, 1990)

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Barbara Waxman, Multicultural Literatures Through Feminist/Poststructuralist Lenses (University of Tennessee, c1993)

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Barbara Waxman, To Live In The Center Of The Moment: Literary Autobiographies Of Aging (University Press of Virginia, 1997)