STEVEN P. SCHACHT

CURRICULUM VITAE

(Abbreviated with selected publications in feminist and queer studies)

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. (1990) Department of Sociology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado
(Dissertation on "Obscene Telephone Calls as Instruments of Male Dominance).

M.A. (1988) Department of Sociology
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota

B.A. (1985) Department of Sociology (Major)
And Political Science (Minor)
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota

PUBLICATIONS:

anthologies:

2003 (with Lisa Underwood). A Drag Queen Anthology: The Absolutely Fabulous Yet Flawlessly Customary World of Female Impersonators. Harrington Park Press. To be completed Fall/Winter 2002.

2001 (and Jill Bystydzienski). Forging Radical Alliances Across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium. Rowman & Littlefield.

1998 (and Doris Ewing). Feminism and Men: Reconstructing Gender Relations. New York University Press.

books:

2002 (with Lisa Underwood). Gay and Lesbian Royalty: Inside an Imperial Sovereign Court. Harrington Park Press. To be completed Fall 2002.

2002 (and Doris Ewing). A Feminist Phallacy: The Failure to Include Men. Greenwood Publishing. To be completed January 2002.

special issue guest-editorships:

2002 (with Lisa Underwood). Special issue on "Drag Queens/Female Impersonators" for the Journal of Homosexuality. Project in progress.

2000 (and Doris Ewing). Special issue on "Sexuality and Race, Gender, and Class" for the journal Race, Gender & Class. Introductory essay, "Sexuality: Towards a Race, Gender & Class Perspective." 7(1): 7-9.

1999 (and Jill Bystydzienski). Special issue on "Coalition Building In Search of Social Justice" for the journal of Contemporary Justice Review. Introductory essay, "Coalition Building/Radical Alliances: Making Difference Matter in the Collective Pursuit of Social Justice." 2(2): 107-10.

1997 (and Doris Ewing). Special issue on "Feminism and Men" for the International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. Introductory essay, "Feminism and Men: Toward a Relational Understanding of Patriarchy and Cooperative Social Change." 17(1/2): 1-7.

refereed journal articles:

2002 "Lesbian Drag Kings and the Feminine Embodiment of the Masculine." Forthcoming in the Journal of Homosexuality 42.

2001 "Teaching About Being an Oppressor: Some Personal and Political Considerations." Men and Masculinities 4(2): 201-208.

2000 "Using a Feminist Pedagogy as a Male Teacher: The Possibilities of a Partial and Situated Perspective." Radical Pedagogy 2:2 (http://radicalpedagogy.icaap.org/content/issue2_2/schacht.html).

2000 "Paris is Burning: How Society's Stratification Systems Makes Drag Queens of Us All." Race, Gender & Class. 7(1): 147-166.

1997 "Feminist Fieldwork in the Misogynist Setting of the Rugby Pitch: Becoming a Sylph to Survive and Personally Grow." Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 26(3): 338-363.

1997 (and Doris Ewing) "The Many Paths of Feminism: Can Men Travel Any of Them?" Journal of Gender Studies 6(2): 159-176.

1996 "Misogyny On and Off the 'Pitch': The Gendered World of Male Rugby Players." Gender & Society 10(5): 550-565.

1993 (and Patricia Atchison). "Heterosexual Instrumentalism: Past and Future Directions." Feminism & Psychology 3(1): 37-53.

annuals:

2002 "Four Renditions of Doing Female Drag: Feminine Appearing Conceptual Variations of a Masculine Theme." Patricia Gagne and Richard Tewksbury (eds.). Gendered Sexualities. 6: 157-180. Elsevier Science Ltd. In press.

chapters:

2002 "Turnabout: Gay Drag Queens and the Masculine Embodiment of the Feminine." Pp. 155-170 in Revealing Male Bodies, edited by Nancy Tuana et al. Indiana University Press. In Press.

2001 (and Jill Bystydzienski) "Introduction." Pp. 1-17 in Forging Radical Alliances Across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium. Rowman & Littlefield.

2001 (and Doris Ewing) "Feminist Women and (Pro)feminist Men: Moving From an Uneasy to Radical Alliance." Pp. 191-202 in Forging Radical Alliances Across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium. Rowman & Littlefield.

2000 "Gay Masculinities in a Drag Community: Female Impersonators and the Social Construction of 'Other'." Pp. 247-268 in Gay Masculinities, edited by Peter Nardi. Sage Publications.

1998 (and Doris Ewing) "Introduction." Pp. 1-17 in Feminism and Men: Reconstructing Gender Relations. New York University Press.

1998 "The Multiple Genders of the Court: Issues of Identity and Performance in a Drag Setting." Pp. 202-224 in Feminism and Men: Reconstructing Gender Relations. New York University Press.

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