Gender Studies Faculty Publications

Dinora Cardoso

Deborah Dunn

Jamie Friedman

Felicia Song

Chandra Mallampalli

Susan Penksa

Caryn Reeder

Marianne Robins

  • Robins, Marianne. Les Chrétiens et la Danse. Paris: Champion, 2006.
  • Robins, Marianne. Paroles d’Évangiles. Quatre Pamphlets allemands des années 1520. Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1996. Reviewed in Sixteenth Century Journal, XXVII, 3 (1997): 1033-1035.

Helen Rhee

  • Rhee, Helen. 2015. “Irenaeus and Paul: Sexuality, Virginity, and Women,” in Irenaeus and Paul. Edited by T. D. Still and D. Wilhite. London & New York: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, forthcoming.

  • Rhee, Helen. 2014. “Family Structure: Early Church.” Pages 228-34 in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies. Edited by Julia M. O’Brien. Oxford: Oxford University Press

  • Rhee, Helen. "Spirituality of Female Martyrs: Virginity and Spiritual Motherhood," in Prayer and Spirituality IV: The Spiritual Life, edited by W. Mayer, P. Allen and L. Cross, 133-48. Strathfield, Austrailia: St Paul’s Publications, 2006.

  • Rhee, Helen. Early Christian Literature: Christ and Culture in the Second and Third Centuries. London & New York: Routledge, 2005.
  • Rhee, Helen. "Wealth and Poverty in the Acts of Thomas," in Prayer and Spirituality V: Riches and Poverty, edited by G. Dunn, D. Luckensmeyer, and L. Cross, 111-118. Strathfield, Australia: St. Paul's Publications, 2009.

Sarah L. Skripsky

  • Skripsky, Sarah. “Rereading [John Tinney] McCutcheon’s Suffrage Plots: Rising Action in the Archive.” InThe Critical Place of the Networked Archive: A Case Study with Suffrage Cartoons: special issue ofPeitho(The Journal of the Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition) 17.1 (2014).

  • Skripsky, Sara. “Spaciousness and Subjectivity in Alice Walker’s Womanist Prose: From Virginia Woolf’sA Room of One’s Ownto a Garden with ‘Every Color Flower Represented’.” InVirginia Woolf & 20th Century Women Writers.Critical Insights Series. Ed. Artuso. Pasadena: Salem Press, 2014. 228-42.

  • Skripsky, Sarah. The Right Thing: The Ken and Elaine Jacobs Story [video script]. Orange City, IA: Festive Media, 2003
  • Skripsky, Sarah. “In Search of Textual Gardens: Mary Daggett Lake’s Garden Rhetoric—Writing Conviction Through Place” [presentation]. Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference. Houghton, MI; Oct. 2005.

Cheri Larsen Hoeckley

  • Hoeckley, Cheri Larsen. “The Dynamics of Forgiveness and Poetics in Adelaide Procter’s ‘Homeless.’” Literature Compass 11/12 (2014): 94-106.

  • Hoeckley, Cheri Larsen. “Anna Jameson” in Great Shakespeareans: Jameson, Cowden Clark, Kemble and Cushman. Ed. Gail Marshall. For the Great Shakespearean Series, General Editors, Peter Holland and Adrian Poole. London: Continuum Publishing, 2010.

  • Hoeckley, Cheri Larsen. “Poetry, Activism and “Our Lady of the Rosary”: Adelaide Procter’s Catholic Poetics in A Chaplet of Verses.” in Sublimer Aspects: Interfaces Between Literature, Aesthetics and Theology, Natasha Duquette, Ed. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007.

  • Hoeckley, Cheri Larsen,“’Must her own words do all?’ Domesticity, Catholicism and Activism in Adelaide Anne Procter’s Poems.” in The Catholic Church and Unruly Women Writers, Leigh Eicke, Jeana DelRosso, Ana Kothe, Eds. Palgrave Press, 2007.
  • Hoeckley, Cheri Larsen. Introduction to Shakespeare’s Heroines: Characteristics of Women, Moral, Poetical and Historical, by Anna Jameson. Edited by Cheri Larsen Hoeckley. Canada: Broadview Press, 2005.