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Jean Halley
Position: Professor of Sociology
Campus Affiliation: College of Staten Island
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD Graduate Center, CUNY
Research Interests: Women’s, gender and sexuality studies, violence and trauma, memoir writing, queer studies, qualitative methodologies, animal studies, race and racism, feminist thought

Concentration(s) taught in MALS: Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies


Courses Taught in MALS: Feminist texts and contexts, Contemporary feminist thought

 

Publications:

 


Books completed


Horse Crazy: Girls and the Lives of Horses. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 2019.


Seeing Straight: An Introduction to Gender and Sexual Privilege. Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., January 2017.
 
The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows: Meat Markets. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
 

Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and Race. Jean Halley, Amy Eshleman and Ramya Mahadevan Vijaya. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2011.
Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy. Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 2007.
 

The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social. Edited by Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2007.


Peer reviewed articles
 

“Teaching About Institutional Discrimination and Personal Responsibility,” Amy Eshleman, Jean Halley and Victoria Felix. Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI): Innovation and Collaboration Across Disciplines. Edited by S. B. Storms, Sarah Donovan, & T. P. Williams, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield (forthcoming).

 

“Self-Identified Feminist Mothers’ Naming Practices for Their Children: Accepting Being ‘as Feminist as Everyone’ Else,” Women’s Studies (An Inter-disciplinary Journal). Amy Eshleman and Jean Halley, 45: 1-15, April 2016; scientific journal ranking .121, more information about the journal can be found at (http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=24329&tip=sid&clean=0).

 

“My Not-at-all-private Metamorphosis: On the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and Public School Spaces,” Women on the Role of Public Higher Education: Personal Reflections from CUNY’s Graduate Center. Edited by Deborah S. Gambs and Rose M. Kim. New York City: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

 

The Culture of Class and its Economic Impact. Ramya Vijaya, Amy Eshleman and Jean Halley. Review of Black Political Economics. August 28, 2014. Available at: <http://link.springer.com/journal/12114/onlineFirst/page/1>; scientific journal ranking.173, more information about the journal can be found at (http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=24200&tip=sid).

 

Students Teaching Students: A Method for Collaborative Learning. Jean Halley, Courtney Heiserman, Victoria Felix and Amy Eshleman. Learning Communities and Research and Practice, 1(3), Article 7, 2013. Available at: <http://washingtoncenter.evergreen.edu/lcrpjournal/vol1/iss3/7>; impact factor/scientific journal ranking not available, more information about the journal can be found at (http://washingtoncenter.evergreen.edu/lcrpjournal/about.html).

 

On the Ability to See Rabbits: Stories Involving a Girl, Her Grandmothers and Aging Vision. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25:2, 2012, 183-188; scientific journal ranking .326, more information about the journal can be found at (http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=200147111&tip=sid).

The Production of Girl Life. Essay in volume Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Advocacy. Edited by Norman K. Denzin and Michael D. Giardina. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, Inc., 2012.

 

Genealogy: A Tale of Two Families and a Cat. Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, 11:2, 2011; scientific journal ranking .362, more information about the journal can be found at (http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=5700160619&tip=sid).

 

The Death of a Cow. Essay in volume Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice. Edited by Norman K. Denzin and Michael D. Giardina. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, Inc., 2009.
 
The Wire. Essay in volume The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social. Edited by Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2007.
 
Ranch Style: A History Told in Carpets. Qualitative Inquiry, 11:4, August 2005, 514-517; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.
 
The Cleaning Lady: An Exploration of Class and Gender in a Rural Wyoming Family. Qualitative Inquiry, 11:2, April 2005, 191-197; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.
 
To Speak of My Mother. Qualitative Inquiry, 9:1, February 2003, 49-56; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.

 

This I Know: An Exploration of Remembering Childhood and Knowing Now. Qualitative Inquiry, 6:3, September 2000, 349-358; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.
 
This I Know: An Exploration of Remembering Childhood and Knowing Now. Qualitative Inquiry Reader, Sage 2001, 91-103.

 

From Coney Island to Las Vegas in the Urban Imaginary: Discursive practices of growth and decline. Sharon Zukin, Robert Baskerville, Miriam Greenberg, Courtney Guthreau, Jean Halley, Mark Halling, Kristin Lawler, Ron Nerio, Rebecca Stack, Alex Vitale and Betsy Wissinger. Urban Affairs Review. May 1998, pages 627-654.



Literary publications


Recalculating Amy, Jean Halley and Lore Segal. The Antioch Review, Fall 2018.

 

Perceived as Normal, Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman. The Political Anthropologist, February 1, 2017. Available at: < http://www.politicalanthropologist.com/2017/02/01/perceived-as-normal/>.
 
Killing Deer. Harper’s Magazine, November 2013.
 
Recalculating the Berkshires, Jean Halley and Lore Segal. The Antioch Review, July 2013.

 

Book reviews and other publications


To Ashes We Shall Return. Anandabazar Patrika, July 6, 2003, Calcutta, India (published in Bengali in the Sunday supplement of this major Calcutta newspaper read by an estimated 6 million people).

 
Book review of Inequality by Design: Cracking the Bell Curve Myth. By Claude S. Fischer, et al. Theoretical Criminology: An International Journal. February 1998.

 

About Me
 

http://www.jeanhalley.net/ (website)
 
https://twitter.com/jeanomalleyhall (twitter profile)
 
@jeanomalleyhall (twitter handle)