Scholarship Related to Gender Issues

Ackley-Bean, Heather Ann. Women, Music and Faith in Central Appalachia. Lewiston New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001.

Ackley-Bean, Heather Ann. Created Male and Female: A Christian Theology of Gender and Personhood. Co-authors Kay Smith, Sally Bruyneel, Alan Padgett. Baker Books, 2005.

Battle-Walters, K. (2004). Sheila’s Shop: The Experiences and Realities of Working Class African American Women Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Battle-Walters, K. (2004). “Experiencing South Africa as an African American Woman: Moving from the Strengths Perspective to Racial and Gender Victorization.” Social Work & Christianity, 31, n2 190-194 (refereed).

Battle-Walters, K. (2004). “Starting and Finishing Well.” Women Advancing with God. Johannesburg, South Africa: Africa Ministry Resources.

Battle-Walters, K. (1997). “National Coalition of 100 Black Women/men.” The African Encyclopedia Supplement. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Battle-Walters Denu, K. (2009). Sheroes: Mothers Make Great Leaders, Naturally. Women In Higher Education, 18 23-24.

Bralock, A. and Koniak-Griffin, D. (2009). What Do Sexually Active Adolescent Females Say About Relationship Issues? Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 24 , 131-40.

Christian, P. M. (2002) “Graduate Students”. In. A. M. Martinez Alemán and K. A. Renn (Eds.), Women in Higher Education: An Encyclopedia (pp. 309-312). Santa Barbara, California, ABC CLIO, Inc.

Denu, K.B.W. (2008). For Better or Worse... Is Marriage a Good Thing? Christian Women Give Advice to Singles Before They Say, "I Do?". Doing Good, Departing from Evil: Research Findings in the Twenty-First Century (71-88). New York: Peter Lang.

Eaton, Mark. “My Miss Americas: Pedagogy and Pageantry in the Heartland.” There She Is, Miss America: Pageants and the Politics of Sex, Beauty, and Race in America. Eds. Elwood Watson and Darcy Martin. New York: Palgrave, 2004. 153-70.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Without a Face: The Nineteenth-Century Bible Woman and Twentieth-Century Female Jeondosa,” In Gospel Bearers, Gender Barriers: Missionary Women in the Twentieth Century, ed. Dana L. Robert, Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2002, pp. 185-199.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Asian-American Women in the Workplace and the Church,” In People On The Way: Asian North Americans Discovering Christ, Culture, and Community. David Ng, ed. Judson Press: Valley Forge, 1996.

Hertig, Young Lee. “On Liberating Theology from Sexual, Racial Bias,” Los Angeles Times, Voices: A Forum for Community Issues, Monday September 12, 1994, B4.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Coping as a Minority Female Leader,” Theology, News and Notes, Pasadena: Fuller Theological Seminary, December 1993.

Oropeza, B. J. “Feminism and Appropriate Roles for Women: Women in Ministry,” July, 2002. [Online]

Scorgie, K. and Wilgosh, L. (2008). Reflections on an Uncommon Journey: A Follow-Up Study of Life Management of Six Mothers of Children with Diverse Disabilities. International Journal of Special Education, 23 (1), 103-14.

Seccombe, K., Battle-Walters, K., and James, D. (1999). “Welfare Mothers Welcome Reform, Urge Compassion.” Family Relations, 48, 197-206 (refereed).

Seccombe, K., James, D., and Battle-Walters, K. (1998). “They Think You Ain’t Much of Nothing: The Social Construction of the Welfare Mother.” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60, 849-865 (refereed).

Smith, Kathryn. “A Biblical Theology of Gender.” In Created Male and Female: A Christian Theology of Gender. Ed. Heather Ackley, Sally Bruyneel-Padgett, Alan Padgett, and Kathryn J. S. Smith. Grand Rapids: Baker, Forthcoming, 2004.

Smith, Kathryn. “What Do We Do with Patriarchy?” Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature National Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, November, 2003.

Stanford, B.H. (2006). Through Wise Eyes: Thriving Elder Women's Perspectives on Thriving in Elder Adulthood. Educational Gerontology, 32 (10), 881-905.

Stanford, B.H. (2008). Through Wise Eyes: Thriving Elder Women's Perspectives on Thriving in Elder Adulthood. Doing Good, Departing from Evil: Research Findings in the Twenty-First Century (135-60). New York: Peter Lang.

Sumner, Sarah. Men and Women in the Church: Building Consensus on Christian Leadership, (Downers Grove, Illinois: IVP, 2003).

Sumner, S. (June 2008). Wounds of a Friend: An Unexpected Exchange on the Women's Leadership Debate. Christianity Today, 41-43.

Tangenberg, K. (2007). Culture, Social Relationships, and Self-Perceptions of Pentecostal Women. International Social Work, 50 (2), 229-242.

Tangenberg, K. (2007). Pentecostalism and Women: Cross-National Perspectives and Implications for Social Work. Christianity and Social Work, 34 (2), 187-206.

Walsh, A.S. (2006). Latino Pentacostals. Latino/a Theologies. Chalice Press.

Winslow, Karen. (Spring, 2005). “Ethnicity, Exogamy, and Zipporah,” Women in Judaism: Multidisciplinary Journal (University of Toronto).

Wong, Mary Shepard. (2000). The Influence of Gender and Culture on the Pedagogy of Five Western English Teachers in China. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.

Wong, Mary Shepard. (2000). “Gender Inequality in Education in China: “Half the Sky” or Half a Chance?” Education and Society, 18 (1), 67-84.

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