Faculty Publications

Dr. Judith Ezekiel

Books & Book Chapters

Ezekiel, J. (2009). Left feminism or feminism for the left: A Franco-American view. In F. Haug (Ed.), Herausgegeben im auftrag der programmkommission der partei die linke. Berlin, Germany.

Ezekiel, J. (2009). Women’s studies and the quest for cyber-space: WISE-L, past, present and future. In Making of European women’s studies (Vol. IX). Utrecht, Netherlands: Athena.

Ezekiel, J. (2008). French dressing: Race, gender and the hijab story. In W. Pojmann (Ed.), Migration and activism in European history since 1945. Houndmills, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ezekiel, J. (2004). Construction and demonization of American feminism in contemporary France. In G. Katzarov (Ed.), Regards sur l’antiaméricanisme: Une histoire culturelle (pp. 233-49). Paris, France: Harmattan/Musée d’Art Américaine/Terra Foundations for the Arts.

Ezekiel, J. (2003). Rocking the boat: September 11 viewed from France. In B. Winter & S. Hawthorne (Eds.), After shock: September 11, 2001 global perspectives. Vancouver, Canada: Raincoast.

Ezekiel, J. (2002). Feminism in the heartland. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University.

Ezekiel, J., Lefeuvre, N., & Duroux, F. (1997). France. In C. Krops (Ed.), European women’s studies guide II. Utrecht, Netherlands: WISE.

Ezekiel, J., & Picq, F. (1995). Etudes féministes et études sur les femmes en France. In La place des femmes: Les enjeux de l’identité et de l’égalité au regard des sciences sociales (pp. 689-710). Paris, France: La Découverte.

Ezekiel, J. (1995). The Franco-American connection: Global sisterhood or faux amis? In G. Jasser, M. Verloo, & M. Van der Steen (Eds.), Traveling through European feminisms: Cultural and political practices (pp. 27-29). Utrecht, Netherlands: WISE.

Ezekiel, J. (1993). France. In M. Van der Steen & T. Levin (Eds.), European women’s studies guide (pp. 64-72). Utrecht, Netherlands: WISE/European Communities Unity for Equality.

Ezekiel, J. (1991). Gauchistes, théologiennes et majorettes: Itinéraires féministes à Dayton, Ohio. In F. Basch (Ed.), Crises de la société, féminisme et changement (pp. 125-39). Paris, France: Editions Tierce/revue d’en face.

Ezekiel, J., & Loeillet, D. (1982). Mères d’emprunt et épouses d’occasion aux Etats-Unis. In E. Paquot (Ed.), Terre des femmes: Panorama de la situation des femmes dans le monde (pp. 317-319). Paris, France: La Découverte/Maspéro.

Journal Articles

Ezekiel, J. (2010). Girls don’t just wanna have fun [Review of the book Daughters of Aquarius: Women of the sixties counterculture by G. Lemke-Santangelo]. History: Reviews of New Books, 38(4), 131-132. doi: 10.1080/03612759.2010.500364

Ezekiel, J. (2010). I grew up white: Crossing borders and changing race. Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, 10(2), 124-140.

Ezekiel, J. (2008). My 1968 in the heartland. Against the Current, 23(1), 23-25.

Ezekiel, J. (2006). French dressing: Race, gender, and the hijab story. Feminist Studies, 32(2), 256-278. doi:10.2307/20459086

Ezekiel, J. (2005). Katrina à la Nouvelle-Orléans: Réflexions sur le genre de la catastrophe. L'Homme et la société, 4(158), 189-200. doi:10.3917/lhs.158.0189

Ezekiel, J. (2005). Magritte meets Maghreb: This is not a veil. Australian Feminist Studies, 20(47), 231-243. doi:10.1080/08164640500090400

Ezekiel, J. (2002). Le women's lib: Made in France. European Journal of Women's Studies, 9(3), 345-361. doi:10.1177/1350506802009003379

Ezekiel, J., & Verloo, M. (2002). The traffic in feminism: Contemporary women’s movements in Europe. European Journal of Women's Studies, 9(3), 219-221. doi:10.1177/1350506802009003372

Ezekiel, J. (1999). The WISE feature Wise-L. European Journal of Women's Studies, 6(2), 227-229. doi:10.1177/135050689900600209

Ezekiel, J. (1997). Le spectre de la "victime". Temps modernes, 593, 165-198.

Ezekiel, J. (1996). Anti-féminisme et anti-américanisme: Un mariage politiquement réussi. Nouvelles Questions Féministes, 17(1), 59-76.

Ezekiel, J. (1995). Beijing diary. Bulletin De L’ANEF, 19, 14-24.

Ezekiel, J. (1994). Pénurie de ressources ou de reconnaissances? les études féministes en France. Nouvelles Questions Féministes, 15(4), 21-27.

Ezekiel, J. (1993). Nonsexist English: A primer for the French. Nouvelles Questions Féministes, 14(1), 29-42.

Ezekiel, J. (1992). Les dames contre les femmes? Le militantisme féminin contre le droit à l’avortement. La Nouvelle Revue Socialiste, 175-182.

Ezekiel, J. (1992). Radical in theory: Organized women's studies in France, the women's movement, and the state. Women's Studies Quarterly, 20(3/4), 75-84.

Ezekiel, J., & Jacobsohn, F. (1992). La politique du mâle revisitée: Les femmes et l’élection américaine de 1992. Cahiers du Féminisme, 63/64, 10-13.

Ezekiel, J. (1991). Creating library collections. Ephemera, 10, 39-52.

Ezekiel, J. (1991). The history of abortion in America. Living Archives, 2, 6-19.

Ezekiel, J. (1983). L’Histoire selon Friedan. Revue d’en face, 12, 27-34.

Ezekiel, J. (1982). A l’Ombre des topinambours (choisissez le sexe de votre enfant). Revue d’en face, 12, 3-16.

Ezekiel, J. (1980). Women in Northern Ireland. Radical America, 14(6), 51-63.

Ezekiel, J. (1979). Aux etats unis: Julia Reichert, “Distribuons nous-même nos films.” Cinémaction, 9, 151-154.

Ezekiel, J. (1978). Entretiens avec Kate Millet. Revue d’en face, 4, 54-60.

Ezekiel, J. (1978). Union maids. Cinéma Politique, 12, 38-39.

Miscellaneous Publications

Ezekiel, J. (2011, August 18). Celebrating women: From mother’s day to international women’s day. Retrieved from http://sanhati.com/excerpted/4020/

Ezekiel, J. (2004, September 13). When free speech was young [Review of the book At Berkeley in the sixties: The education of an activist 1961-1965 by J. Freeman]. Retrieved from http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=9773


 


Dr. Natasha McPherson

McPherson, N. L. (2011). "There was a tradition among the women": New Orleans's colored creole women and the making of a community in the Tremé and Seventh Ward, 1791-1930 (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.


Dr. Opolot Okia

Okia, O. (2012). Communal labor in colonial Kenya: The legitimization of coercion, 1912-1930. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Okia, O. (2011). The role of the police in the post election violence in Kenya 2007/08. Journal of Third World Studies, 28(2), 259-275.

Okia, O. (2011). The windmill of slavery: The British and foreign anti-slavery society and bonded labor in East Africa. Middle Ground Journal, 1(3), 1-35.

Okia, O. (2008). The Northey forced labor crisis, 1920-1921: A symptomatic reading. The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 41(2), 263-293.

Okia, O. (2004). In the interests of community: Archdeacon Walter Owen and the issue of communal labour in colonial Kenya, 1921–30. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 32(1), 19-40. doi: 10.1080/03086530410001705504

Okia, O. (2002). Peoples versus states: Minorities at risk in the new century (review). Africa Today, 49(4), 143-144. doi:10.1353/at.2003.0047

Okia, O. (2001). Promethean fire: Trusteeship and free labour. Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(2), 549-565.

Okia, O. (2000). King Khama, Emperor Joe and the great white queen: Victorian Britain through African eyes (review). Africa Today, 47(2), 205-207. doi:10.1353/at.2000.0051