A list of publications relevant to BFHSS.

Relevant Publications

Barlow, Jameta Nicole. “Voices from the South: A Mixed Methods Evaluation of the STEPS to a Healthier Heart Intervention Program.” Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 2014.
“Home - Polis Bikes.” Accessed April 20, 2021.
Pratt, Bridget. “Research for Health Justice: An Ethical Framework Linking Global Health Research to Health Equity.” BMJ Global Health 6, no. 2 (2021): e002921.
Hammonds, Evelynn M., and Susan M. Reverby. “Toward a Historically Informed Analysis of Racial Health Disparities Since 1619.” American Journal of Public Health 109, no. 10 (September 4, 2019): 1348–49.
Charles, Nicole. “Suspicion and/as Radical (Care).” Social Text 38, no. 1 (March 1, 2020): 89–107.
Oni-Orisan, Adeola. “Church and (Re)Birth: Legacies of Christianity for Maternal Care in Nigeria.” Transforming Anthropology 25, no. 2 (2017): 120–29.
Williams, Patricia. “Spirit-Murdering the Messenger: The Discourse of Fingerpointing as the Law’s Response to Racism.” UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI LAW REVIEW 42 (n.d.): 32.
Bailey, Moya, and Izetta Autumn Mobley. “Work in the Intersections: A Black Feminist Disability Framework.” Gender & Society 33, no. 1 (February 1, 2019): 19–40.
Richie, Beth E. Arrested Justice: Black Women, Violence, and America’s Prison Nation. NYU Press, 2012.
BlackPast. “(1977) The Combahee River Collective Statement •,” November 16, 2012.
Miles, Angel Love. “‘Strong Black Women’: African American Women with Disabilities, Intersecting Identities, and Inequality.” Gender & Society 33, no. 1 (February 1, 2019): 41–63.
Benjamin, Ruha. “Black AfterLives Matter.” Text. Boston Review, July 11, 2018.
TEDx Talks. From Park Bench to Lab Bench - What Kind of Future Are We Designing? | Ruha Benjamin | TEDxBaltimore, 2015.
Charles, Nicole. “HPV Vaccination and Affective Suspicions in Barbados,” 2018.
Jallicia Jolly. “Theorizing Rival Rhetorics of Black Maternities: Imagining (Re)Productive Life in Social Death,” n.d.
Jolly, Jallicia. “On Forbidden Wombs and Transnational Reproductive Justice.” Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism 15, no. 1 (2016): 166–88.
Walters, Shannon. “Crip Mammy: Complicating Race, Gender, and Care in The Ride Together.” Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies; Liverpool 11, no. 4 (2017): 477-493,512.
Dunhamn, Jane, Jerome Harris, Shancia Jarrett, Leroy Moore, Akemi Nishida, Margaret Price, Britney Robinson, and Sami Schalk. “Developing and Reflecting on a Black Disability Studies Pedagogy: Work from the National Black Disability Coalition.” Disability Studies Quarterly 35, no. 2 (May 1, 2015).
Schalk, Sami. “Interpreting Disability Metaphor and Race in Octavia Butler’s ‘The Evening and the Morning and the Night.’” African American Review 50, no. 2 (July 21, 2017): 139–51.
Chapple, Reshawna. “Being a Deaf Woman in College Is Hard. Being Black Just Adds: Understanding the Complexities of Intersecting the Margins.” Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2012.
Gill, Michael, and Nirmala Erevelles. “The Absent Presence of Elsie Lacks: Hauntings at the Intersection of Race, Class, Gender, and Disability.” African American Review 50, no. 2 (July 21, 2017): 123–37.
Falu, Nessette. “Lesbicas Negras’ Ethics and The Scales of Racialized Sexual Recognitions in Gynecology and Public Discourses in Salvador-Bahia.” Ph.D., Rice University, 2015.
“Silenced Prejudices and the Gynecological Encounter - Falu - 2016 - Anthropology News - Wiley Online Library.” Accessed March 9, 2018.
Louis, Diana Martha. “Bitch You Must Be Crazy: Representations of Mental Illness in Ntozake Shange’s for Colored Girls Who Consider Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf (1976).” Western Journal of Black Studies 37, no. 3 (Fall 2013): 197–211.
Evans, Stephanie Y., Kanika Bell, Nsenga K. Burton, and Linda Goler Blount. Black Women’s Mental Health: Balancing Strength and Vulnerability. Albany, UNITED STATES: State University of New York Press, 2017.
Evans, Evans, and Stephanie Evans. “Yoga in 42 African American Women’s Memoirs Reveal Hidden Tradition of Health.” 9, no. 1 (20160101): 85–85.|A438264246&v=2.1&u=mlin_b_northest&it=r&p=AONE&sw=w&authCount=1.
Hackett, Colleen Marie. “‘Helping Women Help Themselves’: An Ethnography of Carceral Empowerment and the Neoliberal Rehabilitative Ideal at a Recovery Center for Criminalized Women.” Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, 2015.
McKim, McKim, and Allison McKim. Addicted to Rehab : Race, Gender, and Drugs in the Era of Mass Incarceration, n.d.
Yarneccia, Danielle Dyson. “Gender, Race, Class, and Health: Interrogating the Intersection of Substance Abuse and HIV Through a Cultural Lens - Yarneccia Danielle Dyson, Sarita Kaya Davis, Margaret Counts-Spriggs, Neena Smith-Bankhead, 2017.” Accessed March 2, 2018.
Calo, Calo, and William A. Calo. “Community-Guided Focus Group Analysis to Examine Cancer Disparities.” BMC Health Services Research 15 (20151223): 570.
Dula, Annette. “African American Suspicion of the Healthcare System Is Justified: What Do We Do about It?” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 3, no. 3 (July 1994): 347–57.
Marmot, Michael. “Social Determinants of Health Inequalities.” The Lancet 365, no. 9464 (March 25, 2005): 1099–1104.
Caiola, Courtney, Sharron Docherty, Michael Relf, and Julie Barroso. “Using an Intersectional Approach To Study the Impact of Social Determinants of Health for African-American Mothers Living with HIV.” ANS. Advances in Nursing Science 37, no. 4 (2014): 287–98.
“Reproductive Justice.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 9, no. 1 (2013): 327–52.
Powell Sears, Karen. “Improving Cultural Competence Education: The Utility of an Intersectional Framework.” Medical Education 46, no. 6 (June 1, 2012): 545–51.
Ross, Loretta, and Rickie Solinger. Reproductive Justice: An Introduction. Univ of California Press, 2017.
Jones, Jacqueline. Labor of Love, Labor of Sorrow: Black Women, Work, and the Family, from Slavery to the Present. Basic Books, 2009.
Verbiest, Sarah, Christina Kiko Malin, Mario Drummonds, and Milton Kotelchuck. “Catalyzing a Reproductive Health and Social Justice Movement.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 20, no. 4 (April 1, 2016): 741–48.
Peoples, Whitney. “Critical Media Literacy as a Gender Imperative: Women’s Health and Popular Media in the US.” In Literacy as Gendered Discourse: Engaging the Voices of Women in Global Societies, edited by Daphne W. Ntiri. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 2015.
Mamo, Laura, and Jennifer R. Fishman. “Why Justice?: Introduction to the Special Issue on Entanglements of Science, Ethics, and Justice.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 38, no. 2 (2013): 159–75.
Ferranti, Michelle. “An Odor of Racism: Vaginal Deodorants in African-American Beauty Culture and Advertising.” Advertising & Society Review 11, no. 4 (2011).
Tinsley, Omise’eke Natasha. “Profiting From the Myths About Black Women’s Bodies.” Time, April 6, 2016.
Wang, Yanan. “Patient Secretly Recorded Doctors as They Operated on Her. Should She Be so Distressed by What She Heard?” Washington Post, April 7, 2016.
Silliman, Jael, Marlene Gerber Fried, Loretta Ross, and Elena Gutierrez. Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organizing for Reproductive Justice. Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 2004.
Bambara, Toni Cade, ed. The Black Woman: An Anthology. Washington Square Press, 2005.
Holloway, Karla. Private Bodies, Public Texts: Race, Gender and a Cultural Bioethics. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011.
Ross, Loretta. “African-American Women and Abortion: 1800 – 1970.” In Theorizing Black Feminisms: The Visionary Pragmatism of Black Women, edited by Abena P.A. Busia and Stanlie M. James, 141–59. New York: Routledge, 1993.