Faculty Publications: Political Science – March 2023February 27, 2023
Liesl Haas and Richard Haesly (2023). “This One New Humanity: Can Multi-Ethnic Churches Be Spaces for Racial Reconciliation?” Journal of Religion and Society 25 (1): forthcoming.
XueYing Hu and Teresa Wright, “Developments in China’s Public Opinion from Hu to Xi: Corruption, Activism, and Regime Legitimacy,” China Quarterly (forthcoming).
Kathryn J. Perkins, Grant Harting, and Evelyn Ortiz Soto. Forthcoming. “A Right to Transition? Gender-Segregated Spaces and the Legal Construction of Transgender Identity”. Transgender Studies Quarterly.
Kathryn J. Perkins and Evelyn Ortiz Soto. 2022. “What’s on the Gay (Legal) Agenda? An Analysis of Press Releases From LGBT Legal Advocacy Organizations, 2010–2019”. Journal of Homosexuality. DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2022.2116303
Perkins, Kathryn J. 2022. “Willful Lives: Self-Determination in Lesbian and Trans Feminisms”. Journal of Lesbian Studies. 26(2), pp.194-198.