Publications that draw on materials in the GFP archive:
Cole, Elizabeth R. “Coalitions as a Model for Intersectionality: From Practice to Theory.” Sex Roles 59 (2008): 443-453.
Cole, Elizabeth R., Zakiya T. Luna. “Making Coalitions Work: Solidarity across Difference within USA Feminism.” Signs 36:1 (Spring 2010): 71-98.
Curtin, Nicola, Abigail J. Stewart. “Linking Personal and Social Histories with Collective Identity Narratives.” In Shaun Wiley, Gina Philogene, and Tracey A. Revenson (Eds.), Social Categories in Everyday Experience. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association (2012).
Dutt, A., Shelly Grabe. “Lifetime Activism, Marginality, and Psychology: Narratives of Lifelong Feminist Activists Committed to Social Change.” Qualitative Psychology 1:2 (2014): 107-122. (On-line version.)
Frederick, J., & Stewart, A. J. (2018). “I became a lioness”: Pathways to feminist identity among women’s movement activists. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 42(3), 263-278.
Grabe, S. (2017). Narrating a psychology of resistance: Voices of the companeras in Nicaragua. Oxford University Press.
Grabe, S. (2022). Decolonizing feminist knowledge: The standpoint of majority world feminist activists in Perú. Feminism & Psychology: An International Journal. DOI: 10.1177/09593535221123410 (On-line version.)
Grabe, S. (2022). “Feminist approaches to gender equity in Perú: The roles of conflict, militancy, and pluralism in feminist activism.” Frontiers in Psychology, 13:834763. (On-line version.)
Grabe, Shelly, A. Dutt. “Counter Narratives, the Psychology of Liberation, and the Evolution of a Women’s Social Movement in Nicaragua.” Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 21:1 (2015): 89-105. (On-line version.)
Huo, H., Qi, H., & Newton, N. (2022). “Examining identity and generativity among middle‐aged female activists in two cultural contexts.” Journal of Adult Development. (On-line version.)
Jamshed, N. (2022). “Women activists’ resistance and social change in India.” Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. DOI: 10.1037/pac0000596. (On-line version.)
Lal, Jayati, Kristin McGuire, Abigail J. Stewart, Magdalena Zaborowska, Justine M. Pas. “Recasting Global Feminisms: Toward a Comparative Historical Approach to Women’s Activism and Feminist Scholarship.” Feminist Studies 36: 1 (Spring 2010): 13-39. (On-line version.)
McGuire, Kristin, Abigail J. Stewart, Nicola Curtin. “Becoming Feminist Activists: Comparing Narratives.” Feminist Studies 36, no. 1 (Spring 2010): 99-125.
Pas, Justyna, Magda Zaborowska. “The Other Women’s Lives. Translation Strategies in the Global Feminisms Project.” In Olga Castro and Emek Ergun, eds. Feminist Translation Studies. Local and Transnational Perspectives (Routledge: 2017): 139-150.
Rios, Desdamona, Abigail J. Stewart. (2013). “Recognizing Privilege by Reducing Invisibility: The Global Feminisms Project as a Pedagogical Tool.” In Kim A. Case, ed. Deconstructing Privilege: Teaching and Learning as Allies in the Classroom (pp. 115-131). New York: Routledge.
Savas, O., & Stewart, A.J. (2018). Alternative pathways to activism: Intersections of social and personal pasts in the narratives of women’s rights activists. Qualitative Psychology. online
Shapiro, Danielle N., Desdamona Rios, Abigail J. Stewart. “Conceptualizing lesbian sexual identity development: Narrative accounts of socializing structures and individual decisions and actions.” Feminism & Psychology 20:4 (2010): 491-510.
Stewart, Abigail J., Jayati Lal, Kristin McGuire. “Expanding the Archives of Global Feminisms: Narratives of Feminism and Activism.” Signs 36:4 (Summer 2011): 889-914.
Zaborowska, Magdalena, Justine M. Pas. “Global Feminisms and the ‘Polish Woman’: Reading Popular Culture Representations Through Stories of Activism since 1989.” Kritika Kultura 16 (2011): online.
Zheng, Wang, “Feminists Struggles in a Changing China.” In Women’s Movements in the Global Era : The Power of Local Feminisms, edited by Amrita Basu, 155-81. 2nd ed. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2017.
Zheng, Wang, Ying Zhang. “Global Concepts, Local Practices: Chinese Feminism since the Fourth UN Conference on Women.” Feminist Studies 36, no. 1 (Spring 2010): 40-70.