Peer-reviewed Articles

Nanney, Megan, Nathaniel G. Chapman, J. Slade Lellock, and Julie Mikles-Schluterman. Forthcoming. “Gendered Expectations, Gatekeeping, and Consumption in Craft Beer Spaces.” Humanity & Society. 

Ovink, Sarah M., Demetra Kalogrides, Megan Nanney, Patrick Delaney. 2018. “College Match and Undermatch: Examining Variation in and Consequences of College Choice.” Research in Higher Education 59(5):553-590.

Chapman, Nathaniel G., Megan Nanney, J. Slade Lellock, and Julie Mikles-Schluterman. 2018. “Bottling Gender: Accomplishing Gender through Craft Beer Consumption.” Food, Culture and Society 21(3):296-313.

Nanney, Megan, and David L. Brunsma. 2017. “Moving Beyond Cis-terhood: Determining Gender through Transgender Admittance Policies at U.S. Women’s Colleges.” Gender & Society 31(2):145-170.


Nanney, Megan. Forthcoming. “Cis.” Chapter for Rethinking Women’s and Gender Studies II, edited by C. Orr and A. Braithwaite. New York: Routledge.

Kari Dockendorff, Megan Nanney, and Z Nicolazzo. Forthcoming. “Trickle Up Policy-Building: Envisioning Possibilities for Trans*formative Change in Postsecondary Education.” Chapter for Rethinking LGBTQIA Students and Collegiate Contexts: Identity, Policies, and Campus Climate, edited by E, M. Zamani-Gallaher, D.D. Chouduri, and J. L. Taylor. New York: Routledge.

Nanney, Megan. (2019). “Making Room for Gendered Possibilities: Using Intersectionality to Discover Transnormative Inequalities in the Women’s College Admissions Process.” In Intersectionality and Higher Education: Identity and Inequality on College Campuses, edited by W. C. Byrd, S. Ovink, and R. Brunn-Bevel. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers.

Nanney, Megan. 2017. “‘I’m Part of the Community, Too’: Women’s College Alumnae Responses to Transgender Acceptance Policies.” Pp. 133-154 in Advances in Gender Research: Gender Panic, Gender Policy (vol. 24), edited by V. Demos and M.T. Segal. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group.


Brunsma, David L., Megan Nanney, and J. Slade Lellock. 2016. “Seeing the Sociology of Race and Ethnicity through Keywords and References.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity I2(1):1-9.

Embrick, David G., David L. Brunsma, and Megan Nanney. 2015. “On Moving Forward.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1(2): 1-5.

Brunsma, David L., David G. Embrick, and Megan Nanney. 2015. “Toward a Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1(1): 1-9.

Book Reviews

Nanney, Megan. 2019. “Review of Sexual Intimacy and Gender Identity ‘Fraud’.” Sexualities.

Nanney, Megan. 2019. “Critical (of) Anti-Bias Research, Practice and Policy in Education: Review of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Schooling.” Journal of LGBT Youth 16(1):113-15. DOI: 10.1080/19361653.2018.1486265

Nanney, Megan. 2017. “In the National Spotlight: Review of Growing Up Coy.” [Documentary]. Journal of LGBT Youth 15(2):135-137.

Nanney, Megan, and David L. Brunsma. 2015. Review of Humanitarian Violence: The U.S. Deployment of Diversity, By Neda Atanoski. Ethnic and Racial Studies 38(13):2408-2410.

Manuscripts Under Review

Nanney, Megan and Z Nicolazzo. Title redacted for review. London: The Sociological Review.

Manuscripts in Progress

Nanney, Megan. “Single-Sex or Gender Diverse, but not Co-Ed: Transgender in Gender-Selective Colleges.” Commissioned piece for Gender & Sexuality section of Sociology Compass. 

Ovink, Sarah M., W. Carson Byrd, Megan Nanney, and Abigail Wilson. “Intersected Experiences: Comparing Student Pathways In and Out of STEM