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Publications from 2016

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LGBTQ Sport and Leisure, Katherine Schweighofer

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Rethinking the Closet: Queer Life in Rural Geographies, Katherine Schweighofer

Publications from 2015

Fat Chance: The Line Between Health and Shame is Becoming Increasingly Thin, Amy Erdman Farrell

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'“When I Was Growing Up My Mother Cooked Dinner Every Single Day”: Fat Stigma and the Significance of Motherblame in Contemporary United States, Amy Erdman Farrell

Publications from 2014

UNC Staff with PhDs Seek Support for Research, Donna M. Bickford and Anne M. Whisnant

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The Altac Track: Carving Out a New Professional Space for PhDs in Academe, Donna M. Bickford and Anne Mitchell Whisnant

Publications from 2013

A Move to Bring Staff Scholars Out of the Shadows, Donna M. Bickford and Anne Mitchell Whisnant

The Graduate Research Consultant Program: Embedding Undergraduate Research Across the Curriculum, Patricia J. Pukkila, Martha S. Arnold, Aijun Anna Li, and Donna M. Bickford

Publications from 2012

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We All Like to Think We've Saved Somebody: Sex Trafficking in Literature, Donna M. Bickford

2012 Presidential Election: The Students Want to Know, Douglas Edlin, Michael J. Fratantuono, Stephanie Gilmore, Andrew T. Wolff, and Andrew Chelsey

Teaching Fat Studies: From Conception to Reception, Patti Lou Watkins, Amy Erdman Farrell, and Andrea Doyle Hugmeyer

Publications from 2011

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Essay Defending OCR Letter on Colleges and Sexual Assault, Donna M. Bickford, Brenda Bethman, Michelle Issadore, and Michelle Kroner

Fat Shame: Stigma and the Fat Body in American Culture, Amy Erdman Farrell

From a Tarantula on a Banana Boat to a Canary in a Mine: Ms. Magazine as a Cautionary Tale in a Neoliberal Age, Amy Erdman Farrell

Publications from 2009

'"The White Man's Burden": Female Sexuality, Tourist Postcards, and the Place of the Fat Woman in Early 20th-Century U.S. Culture, Amy Erdman Farrell

Publications from 2008

Attentive to Difference: Ms. Magazine, Coalition Building, and Sisterhood, Amy Erdman Farrell

Publications from 2005

Claiming Afghan Women: The Challenge of Human Rights Discourse for Transnational Feminism, Amy Erdman Farrell and Patrice McDermott