2007 Market Dreams: Gender, Class, and Capitalism in the Czech Republic. Ann Arbor: University of
Journal – Guest Editor
2014 Special Issue “The Persistent Invisibility of Gender in EU Policy.” European Integration online Papers Special Issue 1, Volume 18 (available at http://eiop.or.at/eiop/index.php/eiop/issue/view/34
) (with Heather MacRae).
2010 Special Issue “Compliance Without Commitment? The EU’s Gender Equality Agenda in the Central and East European States?” Women’s Studies International Forum 33(1) (with Kristen
Ghodsee and Lavinia Stan).
Articles and Book Chapters
2014 “The Persistent Invisibility of Gender in EU Policy.” European Integration online Papers 18 (article 3): 1-20 (available at http://eiop.or.at/eiop/texte/2014-003a.htm
) (with Heather MacRae).
2013 “The Value of Vignettes: ‘Gender’ Travels and Translations in the European Union's Eastward Enlargement.” In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE.
2010 “Morality, Biology and the Free Market: (De)Naturalizing the EU’s Gender Equality Agenda in the Czech Republic.” Women’s Studies International Forum 33(1): 13-20.
2009 “Eastern Houses, Western Bricks? (Re)Constructing Gender Sensibilities in the European Union’s Eastward Enlargement.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society 16(3): 1-24.
2009 “Dirigism and Déja Vu Logic: The Gender Politics and Perils of EU Enlargement.” European Journal of Women’s Studies 16(3): 211-28.
2008 “Market Dreams: Gender, Class, and Capitalism in the Czech Republic.” European Studies Forum (Journal of the Council for European Studies) 38(1): 32-36.
2005 “No (Wo)Man’s Land: The Post-Socialist Purgatory of Czech Female Factory Workers.” Social Problems 52(4): 572-92.
2004 “Imperfect Vision: Failing to See the ‘Difference’ of Central and East European Women.” Pp. 27-51 in Gender and the (Post) East-West Divide, edited by Michaela Frunza and Theodora Vacarescu. Romania: Limes Publishing House.
1999 “Enterprise and Resistance in the Celtic Fringe: High Growth, Low Growth and No Growth Firms.” Pp. 191-204 in Local Enterprise on the North Atlantic Margin: Selected Contributions to the Fourteenth International Seminar on Marginal Regions, edited by Reginald Byron and Stuart Black. Aldershot: Avebury Press (with D. Douglas Caulkins).
1998 “Assessing the Implications of Political and Economic Reform in the Post-Socialist Era: The Case of Czech and Slovak Women.” East European Quarterly 31(4): 473-502.
1998 “An Entrepreneurial Culture for Wales? The Role of ‘Menter a Busnes’ in Culture Change.” Pp. 188-95 in Visions of Wales: Conference Papers from the Third Annual Conference of the North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History, edited by Michael Thompson. Ohio: North American Society for the Study of Welsh Culture and History (with D. Douglas Caulkins).
1998 “Finding a Work Culture that Fits: Egalitarian Manufacturing Firms in Mid Wales.” Anthropology of Work Review 19(1): 27-32.