- American Politics
- Social Welfare Policy
- The Politics of Gender and Sexuality
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About Jean Williams
Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University (1998)
- Homelessness and social welfare policy
- Social movements
- Gender and sex education policy
- The Politics of Poverty
- Social Movements and Political Protest
- Politics of Ethnicity and Gender
- California Politics
- Critical Issues in American Politics
- Introduction to Women's Studies
Jean Calterone Williams (2016). "A Roof Over My Head": Homeless Women and the Shelter Industry, second edition. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
Alesha E. Doan and Jean Calterone Williams. (2008). The Politics of Virginity: Abstinence in Sex Education. NY: Praeger Publishers.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2003). "A Roof Over My Head": Homeless Women and the Shelter Industry. Boulder: University Press of Colorado. Nominee, The Michael Harrington Book Award. Nominee, The Leeds Prize.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2016). "'The Politics of Homelessness in the United States," Oxford Handbooks Online.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2016). "It's Always With You, That You're Different': Undocumented Students and Social Exclusion," Journal of Poverty, 20:2, 168-193. Published online December 7, 2015. DOI: 10.1080/10875549.2015.1094766.
Jean Calterone Williams and Jasna Jovanovic. (2015). "Third Wave Feminism and Emerging Adult Sexuality: Friends with Benefits Relationships," Sexuality and Culture, 19:157–171.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2011). "'Stand Up and Be Counted': The Politics of a Homeless Enumeration," Poverty & Public Policy, 3:3.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2011). “Battling a Sex-Saturated Society: The Abstinence Movement and the Politics of Sex Education.” Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society, 14:4, 416-443.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2005). "The Politics of Homelessness: Shelter Now and Political Protest." Political Research Quarterly, 58:3, 497-509.
Jean Calterone Williams. (1998). "Domestic Violence and Poverty: The Narratives of Homeless Women." Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies, 19:2, 143-165. J
Jean Calterone Williams. (1996). "Geography of The Homeless Shelter: Staff Surveillance and Residents’ Resistance." Urban Anthropology, 25:1, 75-113.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2015). "'Stand Up and Be Counted': The Politics of a Homeless Enumeration." In Max J. Skidmore, (Ed.), Poverty in America: Urban and Rural Inequality and Deprivation in the 21st Century (pp. 136-165). Washington, D.C.: Westphalia Press.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2008). "Homeless Women: Domestic Violence and Housing Instability." In Robert Hartmann McNamara (Ed.), Homelessness in America (pp. 57-74). NY: Praeger Publishers.
Jean Calterone Williams and Alesha E. Doan. (2006). "Sex Education." In James Ciment (Ed.), Social Issues in America: An Encyclopedia of Controversies, History, and Debates. M.E. Sharpe.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2002). "Domestic Violence and Poverty: The Narratives of Homeless Women." In Susan H. Armitage with Patricia Hart and Karen Weathermon (Eds.), Women's Oral History: The Frontiers Reader. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Jean Calterone Williams. (2001). “Building A Movement: Betty Friedan and The Feminine Mystique,” review of Betty Friedan: Her Life, by Judith Hennessee and Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique: The American Left, The Cold War, and Modern Feminism, by Daniel Horowitz. Radical History Review 80, 149-153.
“Homeless Enumeration Report: San Luis Obispo County, California,” The Homeless Services Coordinating Council, 2009 (Contributor).
“Homeless Enumeration Report: San Luis Obispo County, California,” The Homeless Services Coordinating Council, 2006 (Contributor).
"Norplant: Coercive and Punitive Potential," ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, Washington, D.C., 1993 (Primary author).
"Use of Excessive Force, Racial Attitudes, and Culture of the Los Angeles Police Department: Report to the Independent Commission on the LAPD," ACLU of Southern California, 1991 (Contributor).
"Campus Ethnoviolence," ACLU of Southern California, 1990 (Contributor).