The University of Reading's institutional repository for research publications has a range of gender-related material. These are just a few examples. For more, search CentAUR:
Auchmuty, R. (2015) Feminist approaches to sexuality and law scholarship. Legal Information Management, 15 (1). pp. 4-7.
Cardey, S. and Garforth, C. (2013) Incorporating gender in innovation systems research in sub-Saharan Africa.Agriculture for Development, Spring. pp. 18-20. ISSN 1759-0604
Dempsey, K., Gilchrist, R., Ashbee, J., Sagrott, S. and Stones, S. (2020) Beyond the martial façade: gender, heritage and medieval castles. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 26 (4). pp. 352-369. ISSN 1470-3610
Dempsey, K. (2018) Gender and Medieval archaeology: storming the castle. Antiquity
Dempsey, K. (2021) Planting new ideas: a feminist gaze on Medieval castles. Chateau Gaillard: Études de castellologie médiévale, 29. pp. 85-98. ISSN 2491-844x
Duriesmith, D. and Holmes, G. (2019) The masculine logic of DDR and SSR in the Rwanda Defence Force. Security Dialogue, 50 (4). pp. 361-379. ISSN 1460-3640
Dzuverovic, L. (2016) Twice erased: the silencing of feminisms in 'Her Noise'. Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture, 20 (1). pp. 88-95.
Evans, S. L. and Maddrell, A. (2019) Feminist geography in the UK: the dialectics of women-gender-feminism-intersectionality and praxis. Gender, Place & Culture, 26 (7-9). pp. 1304-1313. ISSN 1360-0524
Goyal, R., Kakabadse, N. and Kakabadse, A. (2018) Achieving gender balance on British boards with the soft-law approach: directors’ perspective. Journal of Business Diversity, 18 (1). pp. 29-39.
Holmes, G., Wright, K. A. M., Basu, S., Hurley, M., Martin de Almagro, M., Guerrina, R. and Cheng, C. (2019) Feminist experiences of ‘studying up’: encounters with international institutions. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 47 (2). pp. 210-230
Holmes, G. (2018) Gender and the military in post-genocide Rwanda. In: Bemporad, E. and Warren, J. W. (eds.) Women and genocide: survivors, victims, perpetrators. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
Houston, C. (2017) ‘I wish to be no other but as he’: Persia, masculinity and conversion in early seventeenth-century travel writing and drama. In: Ditchfield, S. and Smith, H. (eds.) Conversions: Gender and Religious Change in Early Modern Europe. Manchester University Press.
Jaworska, S. and Ryan, K. (2018) Gender and the language of pain in chronic and terminal illness: a corpus-based discourse analysis of patients’ narratives. Social Science & Medicine, 215. pp. 107-114
Jaworska, S. and Hunt, S. (2017) Intersections and differentiations: a corpus-assisted discourse study of gender representations in the British press before, during and after the London Olympics 2012. Gender and Language, 11 (3). pp. 336-364
Jones, K. and Clifton, J. (2018) Rendering sexism invisible in workplace narratives. A narrative analysis of female entrepreneurs’ stories of not being talked to by men. Gender, Work & Organization, 25 (5). pp. 557-574
Kambouri-Danos, M. and Evans, A. (2019) Perceptions of gender roles: a case study. Early Years Educator (EYE), 20 (11). pp. 38-44
Lamontagne-Godwin, J., Williams, F. E., Aslam, N., Cardey, S., Dorward, P. and Almas, M. (2018) Gender differences in use and preferences of agricultural information sources in Pakistan. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 24 (5). pp. 419-434.
Lesnik-Oberstein, K. (2019) Childhood, children’s literature and (trans)gender identity in current western discourse. In: Zhu, Z. (ed.) A Collection of Lectures on Children's Literature by Renowned Scholars. China Social Sciences Press, Jinan, China.
Lesnik-Oberstein, K. (2015) Motherhood, evolutionary psychology and mirror neurons or: ‘Grammar is politics by other means’. Feminist Theory, 16 (2). pp. 171-187. ISSN 1741-2773
Moss, P. and Maddrell, A. (2017) Emergent and divergent spaces in the Women’s March: the challenges of intersectionality and inclusion. Gender, Place and Culture, 24 (5). pp. 613-620
Rist, R. (2017) Introduction: transforming male devotional practices from the medieval to the early modern. Reading Medieval Studies, XLIII. ix-xiv. ISSN 0950-3129 (ISBN 9780704915800)
Schmidt, H. (2000) Gender and power: changing political institutions in precolonial Africa. In: Biennial Meeting of the African Studies Association, Germany, March 30 - April 1, Leipzig, p. 13.
Terry, A., Maddrell, A., Gale, T. and Arlidge, S. (2015) Spectators’ negotiations of risk, masculinity and performative mobilities at the TT Races. Mobilities, 10 (4). pp. 628-648
Thomlinson, N. and Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, F. (2018) National Women Against Pit Closures: gender, trade unionism, and community activism. Contemporary British History, 32 (1). pp. 78-100. ISSN 1743-7997
Thomlinson, N. (2017) 'Second-wave' black feminist periodicals in Britain. Women: a cultural review, 27 (4). pp. 432-445. ISSN 1470-1367
Turner, J. (2019) Keeping up the legacy of Nancy Astor: 100 years since the first woman took her seat in parliament. Conservative History Journal, 2 (7). ISSN 1479-8026
Ukpai, O. O. (2018) The neglected voices in the criminalisation debate Of Female Genital Cutting (FGC) among the Igbos of South-Eastern Nigeria: study of Ohafia. PhD thesis, University of Reading
West, E. and Shearer, E. (2018) Fertility control, shared nurturing, and dual exploitation: the lives of enslaved mothers in the antebellum United States. Women's History Review, 27 (6). pp. 1006-1020. ISSN 1747-583X
West, E. and Knight, R. J. (2017) Mothers’ milk: slavery, wet-nursing, and black and white women in the Antebellum South. Journal of Southern History, 83 (1). pp. 37-68. ISSN 0022-4642
West, E. (2018) Reflections on the 'History and Historians' of the black woman's role in the community of slaves: enslaved women and intimate partner sexual violence. American Nineteenth Century History, 19 (1). pp. 1-22. ISSN 1466-4658
Woods, F. (2019) Too close for comfort: direct address and the affective pull of the confessional comic woman in Chewing Gum and Fleabag. Communication, Culture and Critique
Zanghellini, A. (2020) Philosophical problems with the gender critical feminist argument against trans inclusion. Sage Open, 10 (2). ISSN 2158-2440