Palgrave Handbook of Critical Menstruation Studies, co-editor with Chris Bobel, Inga Winkler, Breanne Fahs, Katie Ann Hasson, and Tomi-Ann Roberts. London: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2020. Open Access – available online, bit.ly/Palgrave-HCMS
From a Whisper to a Shout: Abortion Activism and Social Media. London: Repeater Books, 2018. (Available where ever good books are sold. You can read a short extract here first.)
- Review: Olivia Engle, From a whisper to a shout: abortion activism and social media, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, 27 (3), 2019.
- Review: Bessie Rigakos, Kissling, Elizabeth Arveda. From a Whisper to a Shout, The North Meridian Review, 1(1), May 2020.
- Featured in “100 Best Activism Books of All Time”, Book Authority (bookauthority.org)
- Featured in “A Nation Mobilized: 10 Books on Contemporary Activism in America”, Signature (book newsletter, signature-reads.com), Spring 2018.
All postfeminist women do: Women’s sexual and reproductive health in television comedy [pdf]. In Imelda Whelehan and Meredith Nash (Eds.) Reading Lena Dunham’s Girls: Feminism, Post-Feminism, Authenticity and Gendered Performance in Contemporary Television, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
No justice, no pill/Know (reproductive) justice, know the pill [pdf]. (Invited commentary) Women’s Reproductive Health, 3(2), 109-112, 2016.
Book review: Covered in Ink: Tattoos, Women, and the Politics of the Body, Feminist Media Studies, 15(6), 1060-63, 2015.
What does not kill you makes you stronger: Young women’s online conversations about quitting the pill [pdf]. In Meredith Nash (Ed.) Reframing Reproduction, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
[Copies of older published papers can be retrieved at my academia.edu page.]
- Ms. Magazine, Elizabeth Kissling author page, 2010-2015
- re: Cycling, blog of Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, 2009-2014
Conference Papers and Participation, 2014-2020
Bodies on the Line, National Women’s Studies Association, San Francisco, November 14-17, 2019.
Panelist, Menstruation as Radical Politics: Forging Inter-Movement Connections between Menstrual Health and (Un)Likely Feminist Activisms, National Women’s Studies Association, San Francisco, November 14-17, 2019.
From a Whisper to a Shout: Abortion Activism and Social Media, National Women’s Studies Association, Atlanta, GA, November 8-10, 2018.
Panelist, Nevertheless We Persisted: Stories of Struggle and Strategies for Survival in Academia. Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, Lake Tahoe, CA, October 3-7, 2018.
Panelist, Confronting the Death of Authority in an Internet Age. Northwest Communication Association, Coeur d’Alene, ID, April 22, 2017.
Online Activism, Abortion Access, and the Continuity of Radical Feminism. Gender Studies Symposium, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon, March 10, 2017.
#ShoutYourAbortion: Stigma, Shame, and Speaking Out on Social Media. Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, Oak Park, IL, October 13-16, 2016.
Panelist, Code Red: The new reality of communication departments nationwide. Pre-conference seminar, National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV, November 18, 2015.
All Postfeminist Women Do: Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in Television Comedy. Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, Boston, MA, June 4-6, 2015.
The New Broke Girls Project: Postfeminism, Television, and Women’s Sexual & Reproductive Health. Western States Communication Association, Spokane, Washington, February 24, 2015.
Panelist, Creating and Implementing Technological Innovations for Teaching and Scholarship Based in Feminist Thinking. Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, San Francisco, California, October 17, 2014.
Lean In, Lean Out, Shake It All About: Critiquing the Postfeminist Manifesto. Northwest Women’s Studies Association, Eugene, Oregon, May 16-17, 2014.
With a Little Help from My Friends: Intra-Departmental Peer Support for Service-Learning Faculty, with Patricia Chantrill and Heather Robinson. Continuums of Service Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 2, 2014.
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