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The Research Archive is a compilation of Women’s Studies and related works from the year 2000 to the present by UTEP faculty members. These publications span the vast range of topics and issues encompassed within the realm of Women’s Studies. Many areas of the works include feminism and feminist theory, violence against women and children, public policy and politics on the border, Hispanic mental health, health & education on the border, workforce and immigration issues, Chicana history, childhood on the border, women’s issues, border history, art, Latina sexuality, and literature.

The Women’s Studies Research Archive is designed to give all students access to UTEP’s best and most recent information and projects about Women’s Studies. Contact the Women’s Studies office in Liberal Arts, room 233 or email wsarchives@utep.edu for assistance in obtaining copies of publications. And check back often. We are constantly updating our listings.


Archive Materials Listed by Category

Borderland a Art
Chicano/a & Borderland History
Childhood on the U.S. – Mexico Border
Chicana/Tejana Writers & Literature
Cultural  Identity
Feminism/ Feminist Theory
Gender
Health Issues on the U.S. – Mexico Border
Hispanic Workforce/Labor Issues
Immigration and Borderland Population Trends
Language & Linguistics
Latino/a
Latina and Chicana Sexuality
Psychology and Mental Health
Public Policy & Politics
Public Policy & Politics on the U.S. – Mexico Border/ Mexico Politics
Violence Against Women and Children
Women’s History
Women’s Issues on the U. S. – Mexico Border
Women’s Literature


Archive Materials Alphabetically by Author

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Archive Materials Listed by Category

Borderland Art

Chicano/a & Borderland History

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Latinize California Cuisine” (3000 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Fabiola Cabeza de Baca” (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Cleofas M. Jaramillo”  (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society. Ilan Stavans, Editor-in-Chief.  Grolier Press.  Forthcoming 2005.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2004) “Authentic or Not, It’s Original.” A Routledge Journal: Food and Foodways. June 2004 (1-25)

Abarca, Meredith E. (2002) “Sor Juana: Woman of Inquiry.”  Co-authored with Dr. Elaine Hampton.  Electronic Journal of Literacy Through Science. V. 1 # 2 Spring 2002.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2001)“Los Chilaquiles de mi ‘amá: The Language of Everyday Cooking.” In Pilaf, Pozole, and Pad Thai: American Women and Ethnic Food.  Sherri Inesse Ed., U. of Massachusetts Press. (119-144)

Abarca, Meredith E. Voices in the Kitchen: Working-Class Culinary Philosophies.  Texas A&M Press

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda work in process” Calling the Ancestors: Historical Memory, Indigenous Identity, and Chicana/o History”

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “In ixtli in yóllotl/ a face and a heart: Listening to the ancestors,” Studies in American Indian Literature, Volume 15, Numbers 3&4. Inés Hernández Avila and Domino Pérez, guest editors.   

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “El Paso” for the Dictionary of American History, third edition. . Under contract with Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Childhood on the U. S. – Mexico Border

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. (2001)  Children on the Border, The Pass of the North Heritage Corridor Booklets Series. Oscar J. Martínez, editor. El Paso Community Foundation.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. work in process Cruzando la linea:  Mexican children along the Texas-Mexican Border, 1880-1940.  Work in progress. 

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “Little Mothers and Juvenile Delinquents: Mexican Children and Social Services along the Border in the Early Twentieth Century,” Border Cities/Border Cultures: US, Mexico, and Canada. Joseph Rodriguez, editor. Notre Dame Press. Under contract.

Chicana/Tejana Writers & Literature

Abarca, Meredith E. ( submitted June 2004) “Mi fronteridad in the Classroom: The Power of Writing and Sharing Stories.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies

Abarca, Meredith E. “Never is a Tortilla, Just a Tortilla: Culinary Metaphors in Latina/o Literature. For Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States.  Deena J. González and Suzanne Oboler, Editors-in-Chief. Oxford Press.                                

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “If a woman stands at the door, you can’t go it: Jovita’s Story, April 1914,” in Between Guadalupe and La Malinche, an anthology of Tejana writers.  Inés Hernández Avila and Norma Cantú, editors. Austin: The University of Texas Press. In Press.

Cultural Identity

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. "There is great good in returning": A Testimonio from the Borderlands" submitted to Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies (accepted).

Deutsch, Sandra. “A Journey Through My Life and Latin American Jewish Studies.” In Marjorie Agosín, ed.  Memory and Oblivion in Modern Jewish Culture in Latin America.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 2005.  pp. 61-74.  

Rippberger,S. and Staudt,K. (2003) Pledging Allegiance:  Learning Nationalism in School at the El Paso-Juárez Border, RoutledgeFalmer Press.   

Hampton,E., Liguori,O. and Rippberger,S. (2003) “Binational Border Collaboration for Teacher Educators.”  Multicultural Education, (lead article) fall issue, 11 (1) 2-10.   

Hughes,R., Izquierdo,E., and Rippberger,S. “Pedagogy and Content in Bilingual Classrooms:  The Importance of Teacher Perceptions.” 

Staudt, Kathleen.“Latino Activism,” (20 pp); “La Raza Unida Party,” “Maquiladoras,” and “Sweatshops: Informal Economies,” for Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture and Society, Ilan Stavans, ed., Grolier, 2005.

Feminism/Feminist Theory

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spreading Right-Wing Patriotism, Femininity, and Morality:  Women in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, 1900-1940.”  In Victoria González and Karen Kampwirth, eds.  Radical Women in Latin America:  Left and Right.  University Park, PA:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001.  pp. 223-248.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?  Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies.”  Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism, and Representation. Kriemild Saunders, ed.  (London: Zed 2002), 57-69.*

Staudt, Kathleen. Rethinking Empowerment: Gender and Development in a Global/Local World, coeditors Jane Parpart and Shirin Rai (London: Routledge 2002).

Staudt, Kathleen. “Transcending Nations: Cross-Border Organizing,” International Feminist Journal of Politics  4, 2, 2002, 1-19.*

Gender

Jaquette, Jane and Staudt, Kathleen. “Women, Gender and Development,” Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?  Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies.”  Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism, and Representation. Kriemild Saunders, ed.  (London: Zed 2002), 57-69.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Gender Mainstreaming: A Conceptual Framework,” in Mainstreaming Gender, Democratizing the State?, Shirin Rai, editor (London:  Manchester University Press, 2003), pp. 40-65.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Rethinking Empowerment: Gender and Development in a Global/Local World,” coeditors Jane Parpart and Shirin Rai (London: Routledge 2002).

Staudt, Kathleen.“Women, Gender and Development,” Jane Jaquette and Kathleen Staudt, Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Women and Gender,” in Politics in the Developing World, edited by Peter Burnell and Vicky Randall, (London: Oxford University Press 2004), pp. 106-119.*  (2nd edition forthcoming 2008)  (Also, reprinted, with permission from Oxford University Press, in Issues in Governance in Africa, Okello Oculi, ed. (Ahmadu Bello University Press). 

Health Issues on the U. S. – Mexico Border

Adams, Carolyn E., Horn, Kathryn and Bader, Julia. (2005) Hispanic Access to Hospice Services in a Hispanic Majority Community. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (submitted).

Amaya, M., Pingitore Jr., N.E., Clague, J., Delgado, M., Gardea-Torresdey, J., Juarez, P., Bader, J., Zevallos, J.C. and Herrera. (2004) Lead in El Paso Soil: In Serafim (ed.), Paso del Norte Air Quality Monograph, SCERP Monograph Series, in press.

Amaya, M.A. (2003). Health Issues on the U.S.-Mexico Border, in Brenner, C.T., Coronado, I., & Soden, D.L., eds. Digame! Politics and Policy on the Texas Border, 1st ed., Kendal Hunt Publishing Co., pp. 259-274. 

Amaya, M.A. (2003) Environmental Health & Culture, in Sattler, B., & Lipscomb, J., ed. Environmental Health & Nursing Practice. Springer, pp. 275-283.           

Amaya, M.A. (2003). Women’s Environmental Health in Lucas, V. & Breslin, E., ed. Women’s Health Nursing: Toward Evidence-Based Practice. W.B. Saunders, pp. 84-96.

Amaya, M.A. (2001). The Neuman Systems Model & Clinical Practice: An Integrative Review, in Neuman, B., & Fawcett, J., ed. The Neuman System’s Model, 4th ed.  Prentice-Hall, pp. 43-60.

Amaya, M.A. (2003). Cross-cultural issues on the Mexican-U.S. Border. Hispanic Health Care International 2 (1): 39-43.          

Amaya, M.A. (1989).  “Determinants of breast and cervical cancer screening behavior among Mexican-American women”.  Border Heath, 5(3): 22-27. (non-referreed)

Amaya, M.A., Pingitore, N.E., Clague, J., Delgado, M., Gardea-Torresdey, J., Juarez, Pl, Bader, J., Zevallos, J.C., and Herrera, I. (2004), Lead in El Paso Soil: American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA, Abstract #725741.  

Amaya, M. A. (2003). Community-Based Participatory Research in Environmental Health. NIEHS Environmental Justice-Community-Based Participatory Research Annual Grantee Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 17-18, 2003. Abstract.

Fullerton, Judith T., Carlene Nelson, Rachel Shannon and Julia Bader. (2004). Prenatal care in the Paso del Norte border region. Journal of Perinatology, 24: 62-71.  

Fullerton, Judith T., Bader, Julia, Nelson, Carlene and Shannon, Rachel. (2005) Barriers and facilitators to prenatal care in the Paso del Norte border region. Health Care for Women International (under revision).

Longoria, V.*, Wiebe, J.S., Jones, A. (in press).  A nurse-based disease management model of HIV/AIDS care on the U.S./Mexico Border.  In H. Curiel (Ed.), HRSA Special Programs of National Significance: Innovative approaches to HIV/AIDS outreach & care along the U.S./Mexico Border.  Washington, D.C.: HRSA.

Wiebe, J.S., & Penley, J.A.* (2005). A Psychometric Comparison of the Beck Depression Inventory-II in English and Spanish.  Psychological Assessment, 17(4), 481-485.

Hispanic Workforce/Labor Issues

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “La Mujer Obrera” and “Industrial Workers of the World,” Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Under contract with Oxford University Press.

Coronado, Irasema. “Female Labor Force Participation” with Christine Brenner- 28 page manuscript to be sent to Journal of Borderland Studies

Romero, Manuela, Fernandez, Leticia and Howard, Cheryl. (2002). “One River, Two Currents: Border Population Trends”.  In Digame: Policy and Politics in the Texas Border, edited by Brenner, Christine, Irasema Coronado, and Dennis Soden. IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Immigration and Borderland Population Trends 

Language & Linguistics
 
Evans, Jane E. (2004) “Bridging the Gap between the Oral Practice and Testing of French: a Technological Solution.”   

Evans, Jane E. (2003) Tactical Silence in the Novels of Malika Mokeddem: book manuscript submitted to Rodopi Publishers.  To be revised and resubmitted.

Evans, Jane E. (2002) “Images de l'éducation post-coloniale dans trois romans de Malika Mokeddem,” the CELAAN Review (of the Centre d'Etudes sur la Littérature et les Arts d'Afrique du Nord).  : Article accepted for publication in a future issue because of the "quality of (my) writing and the pertinence of topics treated."

Evans, Jane E. "Reading as Poaching" in Malika Mokeddem's Novels: Article in progress.

Latino/a

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Latinize California Cuisine” (3000 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Fabiola Cabeza de Baca” (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Cleofas M. Jaramillo”  (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society. Ilan Stavans, Editor-in-Chief.  Grolier Press.  Forthcoming 2005.

Coronado, Irasema. Four Encyclopedia Entries for The Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States Oxford University Press forthcoming December 2003

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dolores de Avila;” “Susana Navarro;” and “La Mujer Obrera,” in Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia, Virginia Sánchez Korrol, Vicki Ruiz, Carlos Cruz,  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 192, 366, 519.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Latino Activism,” (20 pp); “La Raza Unida Party,” “Maquiladoras,” and “Sweatshops: Informal Economies,” for Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture and Society, Ilan Stavans, ed., Grolier, 2005.

Latina and Chicana Sexuality

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. (2000)"Breaking the Silence: Putting Latina Lesbian History at the Center" in The New Lesbian Studies:  Into the Twenty-First Century.  Bonnie Zimmerman and Toni McNaron, editors.  New York: The Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1996.  (Reprinted in Unequal Sisters:  A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Women's History.  Vicki L. Ruiz and Ellen Carol Dubois, editors.  New York: Routledge Press, 2000.)

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “Faithful, Hardworking Mexican Hands:Mexican American Women and the Great Depression,”  “Chicana Lesbians,” and “Maria Urquides,” in Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) Forthcoming.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “Chicana lesbians,” chapter in 500 Years of Chicana History, edited by Elizabeth Martínez. (Forthcoming.)

Deutsch, Sandra. “Los nacionalistas argentinos y la sexualidad, 1919-1940.” Reflejos (Jerusalem), no. 10 (2001-2002): 107-117.

 Psychology and Mental Health

Penley, J.A.*, Wiebe, J.S., & Nwosu, A.  (2003). “Psychometric Properties of the Spanish Beck Depression Inventory-II” in a medical sample.  Psychological Assessment, 15, 569-577.

Penley, J.A.*, Wiebe, J.S., & Nwosu, A. (2003).  Psychometric properties of the Spanish Beck Depression Inventory-II in a medical sample.  Psychological Assessment, 15, 569-577.

Schroder, K. E. E., Johnson, C.J.*, & Wiebe, J.S. (in press).  Interactive voice response technology applied to sexual behavior self-reports: A comparison of three methods.  AIDS & Behavior.

Wiebe, J.S., & Penley, J.A.* (2005).  A Psychometric Comparison of the Beck Depression Inventory-II in English and Spanish.  Psychological Assessment, 17(4), 481-485.

Wiebe, J.S., & Johnson, C.J.* (2004).  Patient adherence.  In The encyclopedia of health psychology.  New York: Kluwer.

Public Policy & Politics

Jaquette, Jane and Staudt, Kathleen. “Women, Gender and Development,” Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Coronado, Irasema and Staudt, Kathleen. “Resistance and Compromiso at the Global Frontlines: Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border,” in Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement, co-editors Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca (London: Routledge, 2005), pp. 139-153.*

Deutsch, Sandra. “Verso un'internazionale nazionalista:  le relazioni internazionali della Liga Patriótica Argentina, 1919-22.”  Ricerche di Storia Politica 5, no. 2 (2002): 193-212.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spartan Mothers:  Fascist Women in Brazil in the 1930s.”  In Paola Bacchetta and Margaret Power, eds.  Right-Wing Women:  From Conservatives to Extremists around the World.  New York: Routledge, 2002.  pp. 155-167.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Christians, Homemakers, and Transgressors:  Extreme Right-Wing Women in Twentieth-Century Brazil.”  Special Section on Right-Wing Women in Women's History:  A Global Perspective, Journal of Women's History 16:3 (Autumn 2004), 124-137.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Mujeres, políticas públicas y política: los caminos globales de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua-El Paso, Texas,” with Beatriz Vera, Región y Sociedad, Vol. XVIII, No. 37, pp. 127-172.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Women and Gender,” in Politics in the Developing World, edited by Peter Burnell and Vicky Randall, (London: Oxford University Press 2004), pp. 106-119.*  (2nd edition forthcoming 2008)  (Also, reprinted, with permission from Oxford University Press, in Issues in Governance in Africa, Okello Oculi, ed. (Ahmadu Bello University Press).

Staudt, Kathleen. “Straddling Borders,” in Developing Power: How Women Transformed International Development, edited by Irene Tinker and Arvonne Fraser (NY: Feminist Press 2004), pp 312-23.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?  Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies.”  Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism, and Representation. Kriemild Saunders, ed.  (London: Zed 2002), 57-69.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Women, Gender and Development,” Jane Jaquette and Kathleen Staudt, Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Latino Activism,” (20 pp); “La Raza Unida Party,” “Maquiladoras,” and “Sweatshops: Informal Economies,” for Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture and Society, Ilan Stavans, ed., Grolier, 2005.

Public Policy & Politics on the U. S. – Mexico Border/Mexico Politics

Coronado, Irasema, Brenner, Christine & Soden, Dennis. (2003) Digame! Public Policy on the Texas Border Eds.Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall Hunt

Coronado, Irasema & Kathleen Staudt. (2002) Fronteras No Más:  Toward Social Justice at the U.S.-Mexico Border, New York:  Palgrave

Coronado, Irasema, Hector Padilla, Brenner, Christine,& Soden, Dennis. (2003) “Cross-Border Cooperation:  The case of Ciudad Juarez-El Paso” Digame! Public Policy on the Texas Border Eds.Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall Hunt

Coronado, Irasema. (2003) “La Vida en las Colonias de la Frontera/Life in Colonias on the Border” Latino Studies Journal:  193-197

Coronado, Irasema. (2002) “Universities as Site of Citizenship and Civic Responsibility:  A Report on the Pilot Phase of the Research” with Chanley,Virginia and Woodiwiss, Ashley The Political Psychologist Newsletter American Political Science Association Vol. 7, No. 1 Spring: 2-18 

Coronado, Irasema. (2002) “Effectiveness of The American Community of the U.S. Census in a Borderlands Colonia Setting” With Earle, Duncan, U.S. Census Publication Technical Report . (78 pages)

Coronado, Irasema. (2001) “Barriers to Enumeration in Colonias on the U.S.-Mexico Border”with Earle, Duncan U.S. Census Publication Technical Report.  (39 pages)

Coronado, Irasema. (2003) Contributor, Mexico and the United States, Ed. Stacy, Lee.  New York:  Marshall Cavendish:  (Six Encyclopedia Entries)

Coronado, Irasema. (2003) “Huesos en el Desierto La Prensa,” Riverside, California 4-10

Coronado, Irasema.(2003) “Mexico’s Politics and Society in Transition” Choice vol. 40 no. 10

Coronado, Irasema. (2002) “Disciplining Feminism:  From Social Activism to Academic Discourse” Choice vol. 39 no. 11

Coronado, Irasema. (2001) “Woman and Gender in the Middle East” Choice vol. 39 no.1

Coronado, Irasema. (2004)“Resistance on the Global Frontlines:  Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border” with Kathleen Staudt.   Eds.  Eschle, Catherine and Maiguasscha, Bice    Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement Routledge:  London

Coronado, Irasema. (2004) Políticas:Latina Trailblazers in the Texas Política Arena Coronado, Irasema, Garcia, Sonia, Jaramillo, Patricia, Valerie, Martinez , Navarro, Sharon under contract with University of Texas-Austin Press

Coronado, Irasema. (2004) “The Cultural Poetics of Environmental Justice” with Kamala Platt 23 pages to be published by Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

Coronado, Irasema. (2003)Politica y Sociedad en la Frontera Norte with Padilla, Hector  Eds. Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez

Coronado, Irasema. (2004)“El Electorado Fronterizo:  Resultados de las elecciones 2000 with Greg Rocha 28 pages to be published in  Politica y Sociedad en la Frontera Norte Irasema Coronado and Padilla, Hector  Eds. Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez

Coronado, Irasema “The State of the Environment in Paso Del Norte, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas” Coronado, Irasema et.al. SCERP:  San Diego

Coronado, Irasema. “Civic Action for Accountability:  Anti-Violence Organizing in Ciudad Juarez-El Paso” with Kathleen Staudt will be posted on University of California- San Diego Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies Web page and will be considered for publication for an edited collection  

Coronado, Irasema and Staudt, Kathleen.“Resistance and Compromiso at the Global Frontlines: Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border,” in Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement, co-editors Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca (London: Routledge, 2005), pp. 139-153.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Bi-national Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Cd. Juárez-El Paso,” with Irasema Coronado, 2006. Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico, Notre Dame University Press, pp. 349-68/El Colegio de Mexico (forthcoming in Spanish).*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Division and Fragmentation: The El Paso Experience,” with Clarence Stone, Community Organizing and Political Change in the City, Marion Orr, ed., University Press of Kansas, 2007, pp. 84-108.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Transcending Nations: Cross-Border Organizing,” International Feminist Journal of Politics  4, 2, 2002, 1-19.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Mujeres, políticas públicas y política: los caminos globales de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua-El Paso, Texas,” with Beatriz Vera, Región y Sociedad, Vol. XVIII, No. 37, pp. 127-172.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Division and Fragmentation: The El Paso Experience,” with Clarence Stone, Community Organizing and Political Change in the City, Marion Orr, ed., University Press of Kansas, 2007, pp. 84-108.*


Violence Against Women and Children

Staudt, Kathleen. “Bi-national Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Cd. Juárez-El Paso,” with Irasema Coronado, 2006. Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico, Notre Dame University Press, pp. 349-68/El Colegio de Mexico (forthcoming in Spanish).*


Women’s History

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. Mexican American Women and the Great Depression,” “Mexican women and land tenure in the Mexican north,” “Chicana Lesbians,” and “Maria Urquides,” in Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) Forthcoming.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spreading Right-Wing Patriotism, Femininity, and Morality:  Women in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, 1900-1940.”  In Victoria González and Karen Kampwirth, eds. Radical Women in Latin America:  Left and Right.  University Park, PA:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001.  pp. 223-248.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spartan Mothers:  Fascist Women in Brazil in the 1930s.”  In Paola Bacchetta and Margaret Power, eds.  Right-Wing Women:  From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World.  New York: Routledge, 2002.  pp. 155-167.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Changing the Landscape:  The Study of Argentine Jewish Women and New Historical Vistas.”  Jewish History 18, no. 1 (2004), 49-73.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Christians, Homemakers, and Transgressors:  Extreme Right-Wing Women in Twentieth-Century Brazil.” Special Section on Right-Wing Women in Women's History:  A Global Perspective, Journal of Women's History 16:3 (Autumn 2004), 124-137.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dolores de Avila;” “Susana Navarro;” and “La Mujer Obrera,” in Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia, Virginia Sánchez Korrol, Vicki Ruiz, Carlos Cruz,  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 192, 366, 519.

Wessell-Lightfoot, Dana. “Family Interests? Women’s Power: The Absence of Family in Dowry Restitution Cases in Fifteenth Century Spain”  Women’s History Review—Dr. Wessell Lightfoot teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in World History, the early modern Witch Hunts, European Women’s History, Spanish and Mediterranean History, medieval and early modern Europe.


Women’s Issues on the U. S. – Mexico Border

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. (2003) “‘There is great good in returning’: A Testimonio from the Borderlands,” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, Volume 24, Number 2 & 3. Special Issue: Gender on the Borderlands.  Antonia Castañeda, guest editor.


Women’s Literature

Armitage, Shelly & Adams, Christina Adam, eds. “Open country: Coming of Age in the West, Fiction of Contemporary Women Writers,” forthcoming.

Armitage,Shelly. (2001) Bones Incandescent: The Pajaro Journals  of Peggy Pond Church. Lubbock:Texas Tech University Press

Armitage,Shelly. (2003) “Writing Llano,” in Enduring Landscpaes, Painted Sky, a collection of Texas Women Writers, Texas Tech U. Press

Armitage,Shelly. (2003) “In Aunt Alice's Root Cellar,” and “Line Fence” (two poems) in Collection of Southwest Poets for the University of Iowa Press

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel (2002) “Steinbeck and the Woman Question: A Never-Ending Puzzle,” John Steinbeck: A Centennial Tribute.Ed. Stephen K. George. Westport, CT: Praeger, 107-114

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. (2002) “Of Mice and Men: Creating and Re-creating Curley's Wife,” Beyond Boundaries: Rereading John Steinbeck.Eds. Susan Shillinglaw and Kevin Hearle.Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 205-220

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. (2002) “Chairing the Department: A Matriarchal Paradigm,” Liberty and Women.Ed. Wendy McElroy.Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, Publisher, 121-130

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. (2001) “The Deodorant of Success”. The Politics of Women's Studies: Testimony from Thirty Founding Mothers.Ed. Florence Howe. New York: Feminist Press, 119-129

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. “Ayn Rand” American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide.Ed.Lina Mainiero.Vol. 3, New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co. 438-9

Marchino, Lois, Steve Glassman and Marurice J. O’Sullivan. (2001) “Lone Star Crime and Detection: Women Mystery Writers of Texas Country”. Crime Fiction and Film in the Southwest Ed. Bowling Green, OH: Popular Press 128-143

Marchino, Lois. (2000) “Sara Paretsky's Hard Times.” Magill's Literary Annual 2000 Pasadena Salem Press.

Westman, Lee Ann. “How Mary Jane Holmes saved the New York Ledger, and Other True Stories.” Popular Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers, a collection of essays edited by Earl Yarington and Mary de Jong. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007.



Archive Materials Alphabetically by Author

A

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Latinize California Cuisine” (3000 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Fabiola Cabeza de Baca” (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Cleofas M. Jaramillo”  (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society. Ilan Stavans, Editor-in-Chief.  Grolier Press.  Forthcoming 2005.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2004) “Authentic or Not, It’s Original.” A Routledge Journal: Food and Foodways. June 2004 (1-25)

Abarca, Meredith E. (2002) “Sor Juana: Woman of Inquiry.”  Co-authored with Dr. Elaine Hampton.  Electronic Journal of Literacy Through Science. V. 1 # 2 Spring 2002.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2001)“Los Chilaquiles de mi ‘amá: The Language of Everyday Cooking.” In Pilaf, Pozole, and Pad Thai: American Women and Ethnic Food.  Sherri Inesse Ed., U. of Massachusetts Press. (119-144)

Abarca, Meredith E. Voices in the Kitchen: Working-Class Culinary Philosophies.  Texas A&M Press

Abarca, Meredith E. ( submitted June 2004) “Mi fronteridad in the Classroom: The Power of Writing and Sharing Stories.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies

Abarca, Meredith E. “Never is a Tortilla, Just a Tortilla: Culinary Metaphors in Latina/o Literature. For Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States.  Deena J. González and Suzanne Oboler, Editors-in-Chief. Oxford Press.

Adams, Carolyn E., Horn, Kathryn and Bader, Julia. (2005) Hispanic Access to Hospice Services in a Hispanic Majority Community. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (submitted).

Amaya, M., Pingitore Jr., N.E., Clague, J., Delgado, M., Gardea-Torresdey, J., Juarez, P., Bader, J., Zevallos, J.C. and Herrera. (2004) Lead in El Paso Soil: In Serafim (ed.), Paso del Norte Air Quality Monograph, SCERP Monograph Series, in press.

Amaya, M.A. (2003). Health Issues on the U.S.-Mexico Border, in Brenner, C.T., Coronado, I., & Soden, D.L., eds. Digame! Politics and Policy on the Texas Border, 1st ed., Kendal Hunt Publishing Co., pp. 259-274. 

Amaya, M.A. (2003) Environmental Health & Culture, in Sattler, B., & Lipscomb, J., ed. Environmental Health & Nursing Practice. Springer, pp. 275-283.           

Amaya, M.A. (2003). Women’s Environmental Health in Lucas, V. & Breslin, E., ed. Women’s Health Nursing: Toward Evidence-Based Practice. W.B. Saunders, pp. 84-96.

Amaya, M.A. (2001). The Neuman Systems Model & Clinical Practice: An Integrative Review, in Neuman, B., & Fawcett, J., ed. The Neuman System’s Model, 4th ed.  Prentice-Hall, pp. 43-60.

Amaya, M.A. (2003). Cross-cultural issues on the Mexican-U.S. Border. Hispanic Health Care International 2 (1): 39-43.          

Amaya, M.A. (1989).  “Determinants of breast and cervical cancer screening behavior among Mexican-American women”.  Border Heath, 5(3): 22-27. (non-referreed)

Amaya, M.A., Pingitore, N.E., Clague, J., Delgado, M., Gardea-Torresdey, J., Juarez, Pl, Bader, J., Zevallos, J.C., and Herrera, I. (2004), Lead in El Paso Soil: American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA, Abstract #725741.        

Amaya, M. A. (2003). Community-Based Participatory Research in Environmental Health. NIEHS Environmental Justice-Community-Based Participatory Research Annual Grantee Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 17-18, 2003. Abstract.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Latinize California Cuisine” (3000 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Fabiola Cabeza de Baca” (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society.  Editor-in-Chief, Ilan Stavans.  Grolier Press.

Abarca, Meredith E. (2005) “Cleofas M. Jaramillo”  (500 words) For Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, Society. Ilan Stavans, Editor-in-Chief.  Grolier Press.  Forthcoming 2005.

Armitage, Shelly & Adams, Christina Adam, eds. “Open country: Coming of Age in the West, Fiction of Contemporary Women Writers,” forthcoming.

Armitage,Shelly. (2001) Bones Incandescent: The Pajaro Journals  of Peggy Pond Church. Lubbock:Texas Tech University Press

Armitage,Shelly. (2003) “Writing Llano,” in Enduring Landscpaes, Painted Sky, a collection of Texas Women Writers, Texas Tech U. Press

Armitage,Shelly. (2003) “In Aunt Alice's Root Cellar,” and “Line Fence” (two poems) in Collection of Southwest Poets for the University of Iowa Press

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Chávez Leyva, Yolanda work in process” Calling the Ancestors: Historical Memory, Indigenous Identity, and Chicana/o History”

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “In ixtli in yóllotl/ a face and a heart: Listening to the ancestors,” Studies in American Indian Literature, Volume 15, Numbers 3&4. Inés Hernández Avila and Domino Pérez, guest editors.   

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “El Paso” for the Dictionary of American History, third edition. Under contract with Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. (2001)  Children on the Border, The Pass of the North Heritage Corridor Booklets Series. Oscar J. Martínez, editor. El Paso Community Foundation.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. work in process Cruzando la linea:  Mexican children along the Texas-Mexican Border, 1880-1940.  Work in progress. 

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “Little Mothers and Juvenile Delinquents: Mexican Children and Social Services along the Border in the Early Twentieth Century,” Border Cities/Border Cultures: US, Mexico, and Canada. Joseph Rodriguez, editor. Notre Dame Press. Under contract.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “If a woman stands at the door, you can’t go it: Jovita’s Story, April 1914,” in Between Guadalupe and La Malinche, an anthology of Tejana writers.  Inés Hernández Avila and Norma Cantú, editors. Austin: The University of Texas Press. In Press. 

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. "There is great good in returning": A Testimonio from the Borderlands" submitted to Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies (accepted).

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “La Mujer Obrera” and “Industrial Workers of the World,” Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Under contract with Oxford University Press.

Coronado, Irasema. “Female Labor Force Participation” with Christine Brenner- 28 page manuscript to be sent to Journal of Borderland Studies

Coronado, Irasema. Four Encyclopedia Entries for The Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States Oxford University Press forthcoming December 2003

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. (2000)"Breaking the Silence: Putting Latina Lesbian History at the Center" in The New Lesbian Studies:  Into the Twenty-First Century.  Bonnie Zimmerman and Toni McNaron, editors.  New York: The Feminist Press at The City University of New York, 1996.  (Reprinted in Unequal Sisters:  A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Women's History.  Vicki L. Ruiz and Ellen Carol Dubois, editors.  New York: Routledge Press, 2000.)

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “Faithful, Hardworking Mexican Hands:Mexican American Women and the Great Depression,”  “Chicana Lesbians,” and “Maria Urquides,” in Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) Forthcoming.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. “Chicana lesbians,” chapter in 500 Years of Chicana History, edited by Elizabeth Martínez. (Forthcoming.)

Coronado, Irasema and Staudt, Kathleen. “Resistance and Compromiso at the Global Frontlines: Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border,” in Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement, co-editors Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca (London: Routledge, 2005), pp. 139-153.*

Coronado, Irasema, Brenner, Christine & Soden, Dennis. (2003) Digame! Public Policy on the Texas Border Eds.Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall Hunt

Coronado, Irasema & Kathleen Staudt. (2002) Fronteras No Más:  Toward Social Justice at the U.S.-Mexico Border, New York:  Palgrave

Coronado, Irasema, Hector Padilla, Brenner, Christine,& Soden, Dennis. (2003) “Cross-Border Cooperation:  The case of Ciudad Juarez-El Paso” Digame! Public Policy on the Texas Border Eds.Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall Hunt

Coronado, Irasema. (2003) “La Vida en las Colonias de la Frontera/Life in Colonias on the Border” Latino Studies Journal:  193-197

Coronado, Irasema. (2002) “Universities as Site of Citizenship and Civic Responsibility:  A Report on the Pilot Phase of the Research” with Chanley,Virginia and Woodiwiss, Ashley The Political Psychologist Newsletter American Political Science Association Vol. 7, No. 1 Spring: 2-18 

Coronado, Irasema. (2002) “Effectiveness of The American Community of the U.S. Census in a Borderlands Colonia Setting” With Earle, Duncan, U.S. Census Publication Technical Report . (78 pages)

Coronado, Irasema. (2001) “Barriers to Enumeration in Colonias on the U.S.-Mexico Border”with Earle, Duncan U.S. Census Publication Technical Report.  (39 pages)

Coronado, Irasema. (2003) Contributor, Mexico and the United States, Ed. Stacy, Lee.  New York:  Marshall Cavendish:  (Six Encyclopedia Entries)

Coronado, Irasema. (2003) “Huesos en el Desierto La Prensa,” Riverside, California 4-10

Coronado, Irasema.(2003) “Mexico’s Politics and Society in Transition” Choice vol. 40 no. 10

Coronado, Irasema. (2002) “Disciplining Feminism:  From Social Activism to Academic Discourse” Choice vol. 39 no. 11

Coronado, Irasema. (2001) “Woman and Gender in the Middle East” Choice vol. 39 no.1

Coronado, Irasema. (2004)“Resistance on the Global Frontlines:  Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border” with Kathleen Staudt.   Eds.  Eschle, Catherine and Maiguasscha, Bice    Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement Routledge:  London

Coronado, Irasema. (2004) Políticas:Latina Trailblazers in the Texas Política Arena Coronado, Irasema, Garcia, Sonia, Jaramillo, Patricia, Valerie, Martinez , Navarro, Sharon under contract with University of Texas-Austin Press

Coronado, Irasema. (2004) “The Cultural Poetics of Environmental Justice” with Kamala Platt 23 pages to be published by Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas

Coronado, Irasema. (2003)Politica y Sociedad en la Frontera Norte with Padilla, Hector  Eds. Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez

Coronado, Irasema. (2004)“El Electorado Fronterizo:  Resultados de las elecciones 2000 with Greg Rocha 28 pages to be published in  Politica y Sociedad en la Frontera Norte Irasema Coronado and Padilla, Hector  Eds. Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juárez

Coronado, Irasema “The State of the Environment in Paso Del Norte, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas” Coronado, Irasema et.al. SCERP:  San Diego

Coronado, Irasema. “Civic Action for Accountability:  Anti-Violence Organizing in Ciudad Juarez-El Paso” with Kathleen Staudt will be posted on University of California- San Diego Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies Web page and will be considered for publication for an edited collection  

Coronado, Irasema and Staudt, Kathleen.“Resistance and Compromiso at the Global Frontlines: Gender Wars at the U.S.-Mexico Border,” in Critical Theories, World Politics and the Anti-Globalisation Movement, co-editors Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca (London: Routledge, 2005), pp. 139-153.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Bi-national Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Cd. Juárez-El Paso,” with Irasema Coronado, 2006. Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico, Notre Dame University Press, pp. 349-68/El Colegio de Mexico (forthcoming in Spanish).*

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. Mexican American Women and the Great Depression,” “Mexican women and land tenure in the Mexican north,” “Chicana Lesbians,” and “Maria Urquides,” in Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) Forthcoming.

Chávez Leyva, Yolanda. (2003) “‘There is great good in returning’: A Testimonio from the Borderlands,” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, Volume 24, Number 2 & 3. Special Issue: Gender on the Borderlands.  Antonia Castañeda, guest editor.

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Deutsch, Sandra. “A Journey Through My Life and Latin American Jewish Studies.” In Marjorie Agosín, ed.  Memory and Oblivion in Modern Jewish Culture in Latin America.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 2005.  pp. 61-74.  

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spreading Right-Wing Patriotism, Femininity, and Morality:  Women in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, 1900-1940.”  In Victoria González and Karen Kampwirth, eds.  Radical Women in Latin America:  Left and Right.  University Park, PA:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001.  pp. 223-248.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Los nacionalistas argentinos y la sexualidad, 1919-1940.” Reflejos (Jerusalem), no. 10 (2001-2002): 107-117.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Verso un'internazionale nazionalista:  le relazioni internazionali della Liga Patriótica Argentina, 1919-22.”  Ricerche di Storia Politica 5, no. 2 (2002): 193-212.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spartan Mothers:  Fascist Women in Brazil in the 1930s.”  In Paola Bacchetta and Margaret Power, eds.  Right-Wing Women:  From Conservatives to Extremists around the World.  New York: Routledge, 2002.  pp. 155-167.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Christians, Homemakers, and Transgressors:  Extreme Right-Wing Women in Twentieth-Century Brazil.”  Special Section on Right-Wing Women in Women's History:  A Global Perspective, Journal of Women's History 16:3 (Autumn 2004), 124-137.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spreading Right-Wing Patriotism, Femininity, and Morality:  Women in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, 1900-1940.”  In Victoria González and Karen Kampwirth, eds. Radical Women in Latin America:  Left and Right.  University Park, PA:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001.  pp. 223-248.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Spartan Mothers:  Fascist Women in Brazil in the 1930s.”  In Paola Bacchetta and Margaret Power, eds.  Right-Wing Women:  From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World.  New York: Routledge, 2002.  pp. 155-167.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Changing the Landscape:  The Study of Argentine Jewish Women and New Historical Vistas.”  Jewish History 18, no. 1 (2004), 49-73.

Deutsch, Sandra. “Christians, Homemakers, and Transgressors:  Extreme Right-Wing Women in Twentieth-Century Brazil.” Special Section on Right-Wing Women in Women's History:  A Global Perspective, Journal of Women's History 16:3 (Autumn 2004), 124-137.

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Evans, Jane E. (2004) “Bridging the Gap between the Oral Practice and Testing of French: a Technological Solution.”   

Evans, Jane E. (2003) Tactical Silence in the Novels of Malika Mokeddem: book manuscript submitted to Rodopi Publishers.  To be revised and resubmitted.

Evans, Jane E. (2002) “Images de l'éducation post-coloniale dans trois romans de Malika Mokeddem,” the CELAAN Review (of the Centre d'Etudes sur la Littérature et les Arts d'Afrique du Nord).  : Article accepted for publication in a future issue because of the "quality of (my) writing and the pertinence of topics treated."

Evans, Jane E. "Reading as Poaching" in Malika Mokeddem's Novels: Article in progress.

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Fullerton, Judith T., Carlene Nelson, Rachel Shannon and Julia Bader. (2004). Prenatal care in the Paso del Norte border region. Journal of Perinatology, 24: 62-71. 

Fullerton, Judith T., Bader, Julia, Nelson, Carlene and Shannon, Rachel. (2005) Barriers and facilitators to prenatal care in the Paso del Norte border region. Health Care for Women International (under revision).

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Gladstein, Mimi Reisel (2002) “Steinbeck and the Woman Question: A Never-Ending Puzzle,” John Steinbeck: A Centennial Tribute.Ed. Stephen K. George. Westport, CT: Praeger, 107-114

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. (2002) “Of Mice and Men: Creating and Re-creating Curley's Wife,” Beyond Boundaries: Rereading John Steinbeck.Eds. Susan Shillinglaw and Kevin Hearle.Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 205-220

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. (2002) “Chairing the Department: A Matriarchal Paradigm,” Liberty and Women.Ed. Wendy McElroy.Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, Publisher, 121-130

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. (2001) “The Deodorant of Success”. The Politics of Women's Studies: Testimony from Thirty Founding Mothers.Ed. Florence Howe. New York: Feminist Press, 119-129

Gladstein, Mimi Reisel. “Ayn Rand” American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide.Ed.Lina Mainiero.Vol. 3, New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co. 438-9

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Hampton,E., Liguori,O. and Rippberger,S. (2003) “Binational Border Collaboration for Teacher Educators.”  Multicultural Education, (lead article) fall issue, 11 (1) 2-10.   

Hughes,R., Izquierdo,E., and Rippberger,S. “Pedagogy and Content in Bilingual Classrooms:  The Importance of Teacher Perceptions.” 

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Jaquette, Jane and Staudt, Kathleen. “Women, Gender and Development,” Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Jaquette, Jane and Staudt, Kathleen. “Women, Gender and Development,” Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

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Longoria, V.*, Wiebe, J.S., Jones, A. (in press).  A nurse-based disease management model of HIV/AIDS care on the U.S./Mexico Border.  In H. Curiel (Ed.), HRSA Special Programs of National Significance: Innovative approaches to HIV/AIDS outreach & care along the U.S./Mexico Border.  Washington, D.C.: HRSA.

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Marchino, Lois, Steve Glassman and Marurice J. O’Sullivan. (2001) “Lone Star Crime and Detection: Women Mystery Writers of Texas Country”. Crime Fiction and Film in the Southwest Ed. Bowling Green, OH: Popular Press 128-143

Marchino, Lois. (2000) “Sara Paretsky's Hard Times.” Magill's Literary Annual 2000 Pasadena Salem Press.

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Penley, J.A.*, Wiebe, J.S., & Nwosu, A.  (2003). “Psychometric Properties of the Spanish Beck Depression Inventory-II” in a medical sample.  Psychological Assessment, 15, 569-577.

Penley, J.A.*, Wiebe, J.S., & Nwosu, A. (2003).  Psychometric properties of the Spanish Beck Depression Inventory-II in a medical sample.  Psychological Assessment, 15, 569-577.

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Rippberger,S. and Staudt,K. (2003) Pledging Allegiance:  Learning Nationalism in School at the El Paso-Juárez Border, RoutledgeFalmer Press.   

Romero, Manuela, Fernandez, Leticia and Howard, Cheryl. (2002). “One River, Two Currents: Border Population Trends”.  In Digame: Policy and Politics in the Texas Border, edited by Brenner, Christine, Irasema Coronado, and Dennis Soden. IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

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Schroder, K. E. E., Johnson, C.J.*, & Wiebe, J.S. (in press).  Interactive voice response technology applied to sexual behavior self-reports: A comparison of three methods.  AIDS & Behavior.

Staudt, Kathleen.“Latino Activism,” (20 pp); “La Raza Unida Party,” “Maquiladoras,” and “Sweatshops: Informal Economies,” for Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture and Society, Ilan Stavans, ed., Grolier, 2005.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?  Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies.”  Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism, and Representation. Kriemild Saunders, ed.  (London: Zed 2002), 57-69.*

Staudt, Kathleen. Rethinking Empowerment: Gender and Development in a Global/Local World, coeditors Jane Parpart and Shirin Rai (London: Routledge 2002).

Staudt, Kathleen. “Transcending Nations: Cross-Border Organizing,” International Feminist Journal of Politics  4, 2, 2002, 1-19.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?  Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies.”  Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism, and Representation. Kriemild Saunders, ed.  (London: Zed 2002), 57-69.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Gender Mainstreaming: A Conceptual Framework,” in Mainstreaming Gender, Democratizing the State?, Shirin Rai, editor (London:  Manchester University Press, 2003), pp. 40-65.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Rethinking Empowerment: Gender and Development in a Global/Local World,” coeditors Jane Parpart and Shirin Rai (London: Routledge 2002).

Staudt, Kathleen.“Women, Gender and Development,” Jane Jaquette and Kathleen Staudt, Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Women and Gender,” in Politics in the Developing World, edited by Peter Burnell and Vicky Randall, (London: Oxford University Press2004), pp. 106-119.*  (2nd edition forthcoming 2008)  (Also, reprinted, with permission from Oxford University Press, in Issues in Governance in Africa, Okello Oculi, ed. (Ahmadu Bello University Press).  

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dolores de Avila;” “Susana Navarro;” and “La Mujer Obrera,” in Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia, Virginia Sánchez Korrol, Vicki Ruiz, Carlos Cruz,  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 192, 366, 519.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Latino Activism,” (20 pp); “La Raza Unida Party,” “Maquiladoras,” and “Sweatshops: Informal Economies,” for Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture and Society, Ilan Stavans, ed., Grolier, 2005.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Mujeres, políticas públicas y política: los caminos globales de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua-El Paso, Texas,” with Beatriz Vera, Región y Sociedad, Vol. XVIII, No. 37, pp. 127-172.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Women and Gender,” in Politics in the Developing World, edited by Peter Burnell and Vicky Randall, (London: Oxford University Press 2004), pp. 106-119.*  (2nd edition forthcoming 2008)  (Also, reprinted, with permission from Oxford University Press, in Issues in Governance in Africa, Okello Oculi, ed. (Ahmadu Bello University Press).

Staudt, Kathleen. “Straddling Borders,” in Developing Power: How Women Transformed International Development, edited by Irene Tinker and Arvonne Fraser (NY: Feminist Press 2004), pp 312-23.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?  Gender Work in and with Powerful Bureaucracies.”  Feminist Post-Development Thought: Rethinking Modernity, Post-Colonialism, and Representation. Kriemild Saunders, ed.  (London: Zed 2002), 57-69.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Women, Gender and Development,” Jane Jaquette and Kathleen Staudt, Women and Gender Equity in Development Institutions, Resources, and Mobilization, Co-editors Jane Jaquette and Gayle Summerfield (Duke University Press, 2006), pp. 17-52.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Latino Activism,” (20 pp); “La Raza Unida Party,” “Maquiladoras,” and “Sweatshops: Informal Economies,” for Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture and Society, Ilan Stavans, ed., Grolier, 2005.

Staudt, Kathleen. “Bi-national Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Cd. Juárez-El Paso,” with Irasema Coronado, 2006. Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico, Notre Dame University Press, pp. 349-68/El Colegio de Mexico (forthcoming in Spanish).*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Division and Fragmentation: The El Paso Experience,” with Clarence Stone, Community Organizing and Political Change in the City, Marion Orr, ed., University Press of Kansas, 2007, pp. 84-108.*

Staudt, Kathleen.“Transcending Nations: Cross-Border Organizing,” International Feminist Journal of Politics  4, 2, 2002, 1-19.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Mujeres, políticas públicas y política: los caminos globales de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua-El Paso, Texas,” with Beatriz Vera, Región y Sociedad, Vol. XVIII, No. 37, pp. 127-172.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Division and Fragmentation: The El Paso Experience,” with Clarence Stone, Community Organizing and Political Change in the City, Marion Orr, ed., University Press of Kansas, 2007, pp. 84-108.*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Bi-national Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Cd. Juárez-El Paso,” with Irasema Coronado, 2006. Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico, Notre Dame University Press, pp. 349-68/El Colegio de Mexico (forthcoming in Spanish).*

Staudt, Kathleen. “Dolores de Avila;” “Susana Navarro;” and “La Mujer Obrera,” in Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia, Virginia Sánchez Korrol, Vicki Ruiz, Carlos Cruz,  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006, pp. 192, 366, 519.

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Wessell-Lightfoot, Dana. “Family Interests? Women’s Power: The Absence of Family in Dowry Restitution Cases in Fifteenth Century Spain”  Women’s History Review—Dr. Wessell Lightfoot teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in World History, the early modern Witch Hunts, European Women’s History, Spanish and Mediterranean History, medieval and early modern Europe.

Westman, Lee Ann. “How Mary Jane Holmes saved the New York Ledger, and Other True Stories.” Popular Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers, a collection of essays edited by Earl Yarington and Mary de Jong. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007.

Wiebe, J.S., & Penley, J.A.* (2005). A Psychometric Comparison of the Beck Depression Inventory-II in English and Spanish.  Psychological Assessment, 17(4), 481-485.

Wiebe, J.S., & Penley, J.A.* (2005).  A Psychometric Comparison of the Beck Depression Inventory-II in English and Spanish.  Psychological Assessment, 17(4), 481-485.

Wiebe, J.S., & Johnson, C.J.* (2004).  Patient adherence.  In The encyclopedia of health psychology.  New York: Kluwer.

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