Our academic publications cover a range of topics, from ‘lad culture’ and sexual harassment/violence at universities, to equality and diversity in education and the workplace, to organisational development, to research methodology. A list of selected publications appears below, with links to download them Open Access.

Sundaram, Vanita, Shannon, Erin, Page, Tiffany and Phipps, Alison (2019) Developing an Intersectional Approach to Training on Sexual Harassment, Violence and Hate Crimes. York: York University

Phipps, Alison, North, Gemma, McDonnell, Liz, Taylor, Jess and Love, Gillian (2018) We call it the Sussex Way: a study of Sussex University’s institutional culture. Brighton: Sussex University

Phipps, Alison (2018) Reckoning up: sexual harassment and violence in the neoliberal universityGender and Education DOI:10.1080/09540253.2018.1482413

Alldred, Pam and Phipps, Alison (2018) Training to respond to sexual violence at European Universities: final report of the USVReact Project. London: Brunel University.

Phipps, Alison, Ringrose, Jessica, Renold, Emma and Jackson, Carolyn (2017) Rape culture, lad culture and everyday sexism: researching, conceptualizing and politicizing new mediations of gender and sexual violenceJournal of Gender Studies 27(1): 1-8.

Walters, Mark A, Paterson, Jennifer L, Brown, Rupert and McDonnell, Liz (2017) Hate crimes against trans people: assessing emotions, behaviors and attitudes towards criminal justice agencies. Journal of Interpersonal Violence DOI:10.1177/0886260517715026.

Phipps, Alison (2017) Speaking up for what’s right: politics, markets and violence in higher educationFeminist Theory 18(3): 357-361.

Phipps, Alison (2017) ‘Lad culture’ and sexual violence against students. In: Lombard, Nancy (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence. Routledge, London.

McDonnell, Liz, Scott, Susie and Dawson, Matt (2016) A multi dimensional view? Evaluating the different and combined contributions of diaries and interviews in an exploration of asexual identities and intimacies. Qualitative Research 17(5): 520-536.

Phipps, Alison (2016) (Re)theorising laddish masculinities in higher education. Gender and Education 29(7): 815-830.

Phipps, Alison and Young, Isabel (2015) Neoliberalisation and ‘lad cultures’ in higher education. Sociology 49(2): 305-322

Phipps, Alison and Young, Isabel (2015) ‘Lad culture’ in higher education: agency in the sexualisation debates. Sexualities 18(4): 459-479.

Braye, Suzy and McDonnell, Elizabeth (2013) Balancing powers: university researchers thinking critically about participatory research with young fathers. Qualitative Research 13(3): 265-284.

Phipps, Alison and Young, Isabel (2013) That’s what she said: women students’ experiences of ‘lad culture’ in higher education. London: National Union of Students.

de Visser, Richard O and McDonnell, Elizabeth (2013) ‘Man points’: masculine capital and young men’s health. Health Psychology 32(1): 5-14.

Phipps, Alison and Smith, Geraldine (2012) Violence against women students in the UK: time to take action. Gender and Education 24(4): 357-373.

Phipps, Alison (2008) Women in Science, Engineering and Technology: Three Decades of UK Initiatives. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books.

Phipps, Alison (2007) Re-inscribing gender binaries: deconstructing the dominant discourse around women’s equality in science, engineering, and technology. Sociological Review 55(4): 768-787.

Phipps, Alison (2006) ‘I can’t do with whinging women!’ Feminism and the habitus of ‘women in science’ activists. Women’s Studies International Forum 29(2): 125-135.

Phipps, Alison (2002) Engineering women: the `gendering’ of professional identities. International Journal of Engineering Education 18(4): 409-414.