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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 25(3):278–297.
Haltom, Trenton M. and Meredith G.F. Worthen. 2014. “Male Ballet Dancers and Their Performances of Heteromasculinity.” Journal of College Student Development 5(8):757–778.
Kwan, Samantha, and Trenton M. Haltom. 2019. “Mixed Methods in Body and Embodiment Research.” Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment (Invited Chapter).
Haltom, Trenton M. 2019. “Give Us a Twirl: Male Baton Twirlers’ Embodied Resistance in a Feminized Terrain.” Pp. 200-2012 in Body Battlegrounds: Transgressions, Tensions, and Transformations edited by C. Bobel and S. Kwan. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
Mostly Straight: Sexual Fluidity Among Men by Ritch C. Savin-Williams. 2018. Men and Masculinities 21(2):313–315.
Some Men: Feminist Allies & the Movement to End Violence Against Women by Michael A. Messner, Max A. Greenberg, and Tal Peretz. 2017. Journal of Gender Studies 26(4):479–480.
Buttoned Up: Clothing Conformity, and White-Collar Masculinity by Erynn Masi De Casanova. 2016. Culture, Society, & Masculinities 8(1):91–92.
Other Published Work
Kwan, Samantha, and Trenton M. Haltom. 2019. “Gender & Bodies.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Sociology, Lynette Spillman (Ed). New York: Oxford University Press. (Peer Reviewed)
Bedera, Nicole, and Trenton M. Haltom. 2019. Co-Editors, Virtual Issue, “Sexual Violence” with co-authored introduction. Social Problems.
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.