Anne Fausto-Sterling

5 November 2013

Works by Anne Fausto-Sterling

"The Bare Bones Of Sex: Part 1--Sex And Gender." Signs: Journal Of Women In Culture & Society 30.2 (2005): 1491-1527. Available here.

"Building Two-Way Streets: The Case Of Feminism And Science." NWSA Journal 4.3 (1992): 336. Available here.

“The Dynamic Development of Gender Variability.” Journal of Homosexuality 59.3 (2012): 398–421. Available here.

“Frameworks of Desire.” Daedalus 136.2 (2007): 47–57. Available here.

Myths of Gender: Biological Theories About Women and Men. New York: Basic Books, 1985. Available in Trexler Library, call #155.33 F268m 

"Not Your Grandma’s Genetics: Some Theoretical Notes." Psychology Of Women Quarterly 36.4 (2012): 411-418. Available here.

Science Matters, Culture Matters.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 46.1 (2003): 109–124. Available here.

Sex/gender: Biology in a Social World. New York: Routledge, 2012. Available in Trexler Library, call #305.3 F268s  

"Sexing The Baby: Part 1 – What Do We Really Know About Sex Differentiation In The First Three Years Of Life?." Social Science & Medicine 74.11 (2012): 1684-1692. Available here.

“Sexing the Baby: Part 2 Applying Dynamic Systems Theory to the Emergences of Sex-related Differences in Infants and Toddlers.” Social Science & Medicine 74.11 (2012): 1693–1702. Available here.

Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality. New York, NY: Basic Books, 2000. Available in Trexler Library, call #155.33 F268s  

Works about Anne Fausto-Sterling

Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling. 2013. Web. 11 July 2013. Available here.

Works about the scientific construction of sexuality

Jenkins, William J. "Can Anyone Tell Me Why I'm Gay? What Research Suggests Regarding The Origins Of Sexual Orientation." North American Journal Of Psychology 12.2 (2010): 279-295. Available here.

Richardson, Sarah S. "Sexing The X: How The X Became The "Female Chromosome.." Signs: Journal Of Women In Culture & Society 37.4 (2012): 909-933. Available here.

Schärer, Lukas, Locke Rowe, and Göran Arnqvist. "Anisogamy, Chance And The Evolution Of Sex Roles." Trends In Ecology & Evolution 27.5 (2012): 260-264. Available here.

Spinney, Laura. "Venus And Mars Collide." New Scientist 209.2802 (2011): 42-45. Available here.