Reading List 2021

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Linda Dynel, Leaving Dorian, (2014)

Susan G.S. McGee, 20 Reasons Why She Stays: A Guide For Those Who Want to Help Battered Women, (2005) – This paper can be viewed an downloaded at: www.stopviolence.com/domviol/whytheystay.htm

Lundy Bancroft, Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men (2002)

Jackson Katz, The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help (2006)

Michael Kimmel, Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men, Understanding the Critical Years Between 16 and 26 (2008)

Jody Raphael, Saving Bernice: Battered Women, Welfare and Poverty (2000)

Michael P. Johnson, A Typology of Domestic Violence, (2008)

Robbin S. Ogle & Susan Jacobs, Self-Defense and Battered Women Who Kill (2002)

Evan Stark, Coercive Control: How Men Entrap Women in Personal Life (2002)

C.J. Pascoe, Dude, You’re A Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality In High School (2012)

Jody Raphael, Listening to Olivia: Violence, Poverty & Prostitution (2004)

Michael Kimmel, Angry White Men (2013)

Natalie J. Sokoloff, Domestic Violence at the Margins (2005)

Michelle Kaminsky, Reflections of a Domestic Violence Prosecutor: Suggestions for Reform (2011)

Gavin DeBecker, The Gift of Fear (1997)

Erin Pizzey, Scream Quietly or the Neighbors Will Hear (1974)

Del Martin, Battered Wives (1976)

Jackson Katz, Leading Men: Presidential Campaigns & The Politics of Manhood (2013)

Jackson Katz, Man Enough: Trump, Clinton & The Politics of Presidential Masculinity (2016)

Rebecca Skloot, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (2010)

Sarah Herman, Feminism in 100 Quotes (2018)

Roxane Gay, Bad Feminist (2014)

Kayleen Schaefer, Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution & Triumph of Modern Female Friendship (2018)

Glennon Doyle, Untamed (2020)

Sow & Friedman, Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close (2020)

Florence Given, Women Don’t Owe You Pretty (2020)

Rozsika Parker & Griselda Pollock, Old Mistresses: Women, Art & Ideology (1981)

Maya Angelou, Phenomenal Woman, (1978)

Mikki Kendall, Hood Feminism, (2020)

**Please also see my blog posts under Domestic Violence and “Think About It” Thursdays

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