Representative Publications

Savaş, Ö. & Stewart, A. J. (2018) Alternative pathways to activism: Intersections of social and personal pasts in the narratives of women’s rights activists. Qualitative Psychology.

Blankenship, B. T., Frederick, J. K., Stewart, A. J., Savaş, Ö., Stewart, A. J., & Montgomery, S. (2017). Privilege and Marginality: How Group Identification and Personality Predict Right- and Left-Wing Political Activism. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 0(0).

Blankenship, B. T., & Stewart, A. J. (2017). Intersectional Identities, Identity Dimensions, and Academic Contingencies of Self-Worth Contingencies of Self-Worth. Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 17(3), 109–124.

Curtin, N., Malley, J.E., & Stewart, A.J. (2016). Mentoring the next generation of faculty: Supporting academic career aspirations among doctoral students. Research in Higher Education, 57(6), 714-738.

Stewart, A.J., Malley, J.E., & Herzog, K.A. (2016). Increasing the representation of women faculty in STEM departments: What makes a difference? Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 22(1), 23-47.

Curtin, N., Stewart, A.J., & Cole, E.R. (2015, April 18). Challenging the status quo: The role of intersectional awareness in activism for social change and pro-social intergroup attitudes. Psychology of Women Quarterly (online version), DOI:10.1177/0361684315580439

Hunter, A.G. & Stewart, A.J. (Eds.), (2015). The social past in the personal present: Psychology, history, and social justice. Journal of Social Issues, 71(2).

Rios, D., & Stewart, A.J. (2015). Insider and outsider-within standpoints: The experiences of diverse faculty in science and engineering fields. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 21(4), 295-322.

Moors, A.C., Malley, J. E., & StewartA.J. (2014). My family matters: Gender and perceived support for family commitments and satisfaction in academia among postdocs and faculty in STEM and non-STEMM fields. Psychology of Women Quarterly,38(4),460- 474.

Bilimoria, D. & Stewart, A.J. (2014). Intersectional invisibility and the academic work experiences of lesbian faculty. In K. de Welde & A. Stepnick (Eds.), Disrupting the Culture of Silence: Confronting Gender Inequality and MakingChange in Higher Education (215-221). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Dottolo, A. & Stewart, A.J. (2013). “I never think about my race”: Psychological features of white racial identities. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 10(1),102- 117.

Newton, N.J. & Stewart, A.J. (2013). The road not taken: Women’s life paths and gende-linked personality traits. Journal of Research in Personality. 47(4), 306-316

Versey, H., Stewart, A.J., & Duncan, L.E. (2013). Personality development and successful aging. Journal of Adult Development, 20(2), 63-75.