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

Chapman, Nathaniel G., Megan Nanney, J. Slade Lellock, and Julie Mikles-Schluterman. “Bottling Gender: Accomplishing Gender through Craft Beer Consumption.” Conditionally Accepted at Food, Culture and Society.

Ovink, Sarah M., Demetra Kalogrides, Megan Nanney, Patrick Delaney. “College Match and Undermatch: Examining Variation in and Consequences of College Choice.” Funded by AERA. Conditionally Accepted at Research and Higher Education.


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, 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.

Nanney, Megan. Invited Review of Growing Up Coy [Documentary] for Journal of LGBT Youth. Conditionally Accepted.

Manuscripts Under Review


Manuscripts in Progress

Nanney, Megan, Nathaniel G. Chapman, J. Slade Lellock, and Julie Mikles-Schluterman. “Is My Beer Dick Big Enough?: Gendered Gatekeeping Mechanisms within Craft Beer Culture .”

Nanney, Megan and Jessica Herling. “#TerfLogic: Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminism, Women’s Spaces, and Determining Gender.”

Nanney, Megan. “Making Room for Gendered Possibilities: Using the Intersection of Class and Gender to Discover Transnormative Inequalities in the Women’s College Admissions Process.”

Herling, Jessica, Megan Nanney, and Christine Labuski. “Vulva: A Manifesta.”