PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA              

Books:

Forthcoming. Brown, Marni and Mahala Dyer Stewart, editors. Frameworks of Inequality: An Intersectional Reader. Cognella Academic Publishing.

Misra, Joya, Mahala Dyer Stewart and Marni Brown, editors. 2017. Gendered Lives, Sexual Beings: A Feminist Anthology. SAGE Publishing. (Complementary website)

Articles & Chapters:

Forthcoming. Stewart, Mahala Dyer. “Educational Policy and Race.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology, edited by Lynette Spillman.

Forthcoming. Brown, Marni and Mahala Dyer Stewart. “Intersections of Gender, Sexuality, and Family Diversity.” Chapter in Social Studies of Gender: A Next Wave Reader edited by Christine Wood, Cognella Academic Publishing.

Forthcoming. Vetter, Matthew, Zachary McDowell, and Mahala Dyer Stewart. “From Opportunities to Outcomes: The Wikipedia-based Writing Assignment.” Computers and Composition.

Blackstone, Amy and Mahala Dyer Stewart. 2016. “There’s More Thinking to Decide”: How the Childfree Decide Not to Parent.” The Family Journal 24(3):296-303.

Stewart, Mahala Dyer and Naomi Gerstel. 2016. “Family Care Policies.”  In The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging, edited by Susan Krauss Whitbourne.

Blackstone, Amy and Mahala Dyer Stewart. 2012. “Choosing to Be Childfree: Research on the Decision not to Parent.” Sociology Compass 6:718-727.

Work in Progress:

Stewart, Mahala Dyer. Mothering Through Choice: Race and Gender in Schooling Decisions of Homeschool and Public School Families. (Book manuscript in preparation for review.)

Stewart, Mahala Dyer. “Selective Racialization: Mothering Logics of School Choice.”

Stewart, Mahala Dyer. “Mothering as Cultural Transmission: A Content Analysis of Parenting Magazines.”

Media Recognition:

“Misra and Dyer Stewart Publish New Book,” UMass Sociology News.

“The Decisions Behind Remaining Childfree,” CNN.

“The Year 2000 and Now, The Reason Why People Choose to Be Childfree,” The Huffington Post.

“How Childfree People Decide Not To Have Kids,” New York Magazine.

“How the Childfree Decide,” Sociological Images.