Peer Reviewed Publications
Schmitz, Rachel, and Trenton M. Haltom. 2016. “‘I Wanted to Raise my Hand and Say I’m Not a Feminist’: College Men’s Use of Hybrid Masculinities to Negotiate Attachments to Feminism and Gender Studies.” Journal of Men's Studies.
Haltom, Trenton M. and Meredith G.F. Worthen. 2014. “Male Ballet Dancers and Heteromasculinity.” Journal of College Student Development 5(8):757-778.
Haltom, Trenton M. Forthcoming. “Give Us a Twirl: Male Baton Twirlers’ Embodied Resistance in a Feminized Terrain.” Body Battlegrounds: Transgressions, Tensions, and Transformations edited by C. Bobel and S. Kwan. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
Some Men: Feminist Allies & the Movement to End Violence Against Women, by Michael A. Messner, Max A. Greenberg, and Tal Peretz. Journal of Gender Studies.
Buttoned Up: Clothing Conformity, and White-Collar Masculinity, by Erynn Masi De Casanova. Culture, Society, & Masculinities 8(1):91-92.
Trenton M. Haltom. "Hey Jane! Making Cold Introductions." Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) Career Development Committee, Column 39.
Haltom, Trenton M. 2016. “No Limits Keynote Lecture: Dr. Meenakshi Gigi Durham.” P. 2 in UNL Women’s and Gender Studies Fall Newsletter.
Haltom, Trenton M. 2015. “Presentation of #Selfie: Evoking Millennial Ideologies in the Sociological Classroom.” Teaching/Learning Matters ASA’s Newsletter for the Section on Teaching and Learning in Sociology 44(3):10-11.
Kwan, Samantha, and Trenton M. Haltom. “Mixed Methods in Body and Embodiment Research.” Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment (Invited Chapter).
Haltom, Trenton M., and Lisa Kort-Butler. “It’s a Hard Knock Life: Adolescents’ Sex Differences in Effects and Behaviors Post Head Injury.”