Previous Publications

Gender and Sexual Violences in Universities 

Gender and Sexual Violences  (outside Univeristies)

Gender and Technology

Feminist research Methodology


Gender and Sexual Violences in Universities 

Davies, Ian, Sundaram, Vanita, Hampden-Thompson, Gillian, Tsouroufli, Maria, Bramley, George, Breslin, Tony, & Thorpe, Tony (2014). Creating Citizenship Communities: Education, Young People and the Role of SchoolsBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-137-36886-7

Jackson, Carolyn, & Sundaram, Vanita (2018). ‘I have a sense that it’s probably quite bad….but because I don’t see it, I don’t know’: Staff perspectives on ‘lad culture’ in higher education. Gender and Education.

Jackson, Carolyn & Sundaram, Vanita (2015). Is ‘lad culture’ a problem in higher education? Exploring the perspectives of staff working in UK universities. Society for Research into Higher Education, United Kingdom.

Sundaram, Vanita, & Jackson, Carolyn (2020). Lad Culture in Higher Education: Sexism, sexual harassment and violence. (Critical Studies in Gender and Sexuality in Education). Nueva York: Routledge. ISBN: 9780203702901

Sundaram, Vanita, & Jackson, Carolyn (2018). ‘Monstrous men’ and ‘sex scandals’: the myth of exceptional deviance in sexual harassment and violence in education, Palgrave Communications, 4, 147.

Sundaram, Vanita (2018). A continuum of acceptability: Understanding young people’s views on gender-based violence. In Anitha Sundari, & Ruth Lewis (Eds). Gender based violence in university communities: Policy, Prevention and Educational Initiatives (pp. 23-39). Policy Press. ISBN: 9781447336570

Sundaram, Vanita (2018). Gender, Sexuality and Global Citizenship Education: Addressing The Role of Higher Education in Tackling Sexual Harassment and Violence. In Ian Davies, Li-Ching Ho, Dina Kiwan, Carla L. Peck, Andrew Peterson, Edda Sant, &Yusef Waghid(Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Citizenship and Education (pp.409-423). London: Palgrave Macmillan.


Gender and Sexual Violences  (outside Univeristies)

Peroni, Caterina (2013). Gender-based Violence and ‘Feminicide’ in Queer Italian Movements: Questioning Gender, Sexuality, and the (Hetero)normative Order. Onati Socio-legal Series 5(6). ISSN: 2079-5971 2015c

Peroni, Caterina (2013). Gender violence and sexism in Italy. Norms, control and sexuality. La Camera Blu – Journal of Gender Studies, 10. ISSN: 1827-9198

Peroni, Caterina (2018). ‘Non nel mio nome!’ Sicurezza, sessismo e autodeterminazione nelle parole dei collettivi femministi contemporanei italiani. In Anna Simone & Ilaria Boiano, Femminismo ed esperienza giuridica. Pratiche, argomentazione, interpretazione. Roma: Efesto. ISBN:8894855805

Peroni, Caterina (2018). Il #MeToo di Hollywood e il #WeToogether di Non Una Di Meno. Dalla denuncia alla pratica collettiva contro le molestie sessuali nel/del lavoro. In Marina Bettaglio, Nicoletta Mandolini, Silvia Ross, Rappresentare la violenza di genere. Sguardi femministi sulla letteratura, il cinema, il teatro e il discorso mediatico contemporaneo. Milano: Mimesis. ISBN: 9788857544656

Peroni, Caterina (2012). Violenza di genere e prostituzione nel discorso pubblico. Norme, controllo, sessualità. In Anna Simone, Sessismo democratico. Mimesis: Milano. ISBN 9788857508238

Peroni, Caterina (2018). Lo sciopero femminista contro la violenza del genere: un’autoinchiesta di Non una di meno, Padova – Gruppo autoinchiesta sulle molestie. In Alisa Del Re, Cristina Morini, Bruna Mura and Lorenza Perini, Lavoro e lavori delle donne: tra globalizzazione e politiche neo-liberiste. Effimera ebook.

Peroni, Caterina (2018). #metoo e la presa di parola femminile. Intervista a Ida Dominijanni (#metoo and the voice of women. Interview with Ida Dominijanni). Blog Studi sulla questione criminale.

Peroni, Caterina (2018). Da #metoo a #wetoogether: di stormi, maree e ricomposizioni possibili. Effimera.

Sauntson, Helen, & Sundaram, Vanita (2016). Discursive Silences: Critically Analysing the Presence/Absence of Sexual Diversity in the Sex and Relationships Education Guidance for England and Wales. In Vanita Sundaram, & Helen Sauntson (Eds.). Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Plurality and Power (pp.100-114). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-1-137-50022-9.

Sundaram, Vanita, & Sauntson, Helen (2016). Discursive Silences: Bringing together critical linguistic and qualitative analysis to explore the continued absence of pleasure in Sex and Relationships Education in England. Sex Education (Special issue on Young People and Sexual Pleasure), 16(3), 240-254.

Sundaram, Vanita, Maxwell, Claire, & Ollis, Debbie (2016). Where Does Violence Against Women and Girls Work Fit In? Exploring Spaces For Challenging Violence Within a Sex-Positive Framework in Schools. In Vanita Sundaram & Helen Sauntson (Eds.). Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Plurality and Power (pp. 68-83). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-1-137-50022-9.

Sundaram, Vanita, & Sauntson, Helen (Eds.) (2015). Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Plurality and Power. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-137-50022-9.

Sundaram Vanita (2016). «You Can Try, But You Won’t Stop It. It’ll Always Be There»: Youth Perspectives on Violence and Prevention in SchoolsJournal of interpersonal violence31(4), 652–676.

Sundaram, Vanita (2014) Preventing youth violence: Rethinking the role of gender and schools. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-137-36569-9

Sundaram, Vanita, Helweg-Larsen, Karin, & Laursen, Bjarne (2008). Is sexual victimisation gender-specific? The prevalence of forced sexual activity among men and women in Denmark, and self-reported well-being among survivors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23 (10), 1414-1440.

Sundaram, Vanita (2013). Violence as understandable, deserved or unacceptable? Listening for gender in teenagers’ talk about violence. Gender and Education, 25(7), 889-907.

Sundaram Vanita, Helweg-Larsen Karin, Laursen Bjarne, & Bjerregaard Peter (2004). Physical violence, self-rated health and morbidity: is gender significant for victimisation? J Epidemiology and Community Health, 58, 65-70.

Sundaram, Vanita, Curtis, Tine, Helweg-Larsen, Karin, & Bjerregaard Peter (2004). Can we compare violence data across countries? Circumpolar Health Supplement, 2, 389-397.

Gender and Technology

Capdevila, Rose, & Lazard, Lisa (2020). The big picture: Using visual methods to explore online photo sharing and gender in digital space. In Paula Reavey (Ed.). A Handbook of Visual Methods in Psychology. London: Routledge.

Lazard, Lisa, & Capdevila, Rose (2020). She’s so vain? A Q Study of Selfies and the curation of an online selfNew Media & Society.

Lazard, Lisa, Capdevila, Rose, Dann, Charlotte, Locke, Abigail, & Roper, Sandra (2019). Sharenting: Pride, affect and the day-to-day politics of digital motheringSocial & Personal Psychology Compass, 13(4).

Feminist research Methodology

Capdevila, Rose, & Lazard, Lisa (2009) ‘Is it just me…?’: Q methodology and representing the marginalOperant Subjectivity. 32, 70-84.

Capdevila, Rose (2007). I did it my way: The implications of methodological choices in critical work. In Van Deventer, Vasi; Terre Blanche, Martin; Fourie, Eduard and Segalo, Puleng (Eds.). Citizen City: Between constructing agent and constructed agency (pp.197-205). Concord, Canada: Captus University Publications.

Lazard, Lisa, Capdevila, Rose, & Roberts, Anca (2011) Methodological pluralism in theory and in practice: the case for Q in the communityQualitative Research in Psychology. 8(2), 140-150.

Roper, Sandra, Capdevila, Rose, Lazard, Lisa, & Roberts, Anca (2015). How is this feminist again? Q as a feminist methodologyPsychology of Women Section Review, 17, 3-12.