Sexual Violence and Title IX
Accompanying Catharine R. Stimpson’s Feminist Frictions essay, “Dereliction, Due Process, and Decorum: The Crises of Title IX“
Other Digital Archive Pages:
Primary & Legal Documentation | Retrospectives & Overviews | Legal Theory & Implementation | Gender Inclusion & Title IX | Sports & Title IX | Consent & Sexual Violence in Broader Perspective | Teachable Signs Articles
Books & Reports
Franklin, Phyllis and Modern Language Association of America, eds. Sexual and Gender Harassment in the Academy: A Guide for Faculty, Students, and Administrators. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1981.
Doyle, Jennifer. Campus Sex, Campus Security. Semiotext(e) Intervention Series 19. South Pasadena, CA: Semiotext(e), 2015.
Wooten, Sara Carrigan, and Roland Mitchell, eds. The Crisis Of Campus Sexual Violence: Critical Perspectives on Prevention and Response. Routledge. 2015.
Cantor, David, Bonnie Fisher, Susan Chibnall, Reanne Townsend, Hyunshik Lee, Carol Bruce, and Gail Thomas. “Report on the AAU Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct.” The Association of American Universities, Revised 2017.
Association of American University Professors. “The History, Uses, and Abuses of Title IX.” 2016.
Nesbitt, Sarah and Sage Carson. “The Cost of Reporting: Perpetrator Retaliation, Insititutional Betrayal, and Student Survivor Pushout.” Know Your IX, 2021.
Emily Bazelon, Alexandra Brodsky, Sharyn Potter, and David Rudovsky, “Sexual Assault: How Colleges Can Fight Back.” Schools for Tomorrow, 2015.
Brandenburg, Judith Berman. “Sexual Harassment in the University: Guidelines for Establishing a Grievance Procedure.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 8, no. 2 (December 1, 1982): 320–36.
Crocker, Phyllis L. “An Analysis of University Definitions of Sexual Harassment.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 8, no. 4 (July 1, 1983): 696–707.
Robertson, Claire, Constance E. Dyer, and D’Ann Campbell. “Campus Harassment: Sexual Harassment Policies and Procedures at Institutions of Higher Learning.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 13, no. 4 (July 1, 1988): 792–812.
Glazer-Raymo, Judith. “Sexual Harassment as an Ethical Issue in Academic Life.” The Journal of Higher Education 73, no. 5 (September 1, 2002): 673–76.
Koss, Mary P., Jay K. Wilgus, and Kaaren M. Williamsen. “Campus Sexual Misconduct: Restorative Justice Approaches to Enhance Compliance With Title IX Guidance.” Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 15, no. 3 (July 1, 2014): 242–57.
Jozkowski, Kristen N. “‘Yes Means Yes’? Sexual Consent Policy and College Students.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 47, no. 2 (March 4, 2015): 16–23.
Wies, Jennifer R. “Title IX and the State of Campus Sexual Violence in the United States: Power, Policy, and Local Bodies.” Human Organization 74, no. 3 (2015): 276–86.
Harper, Shannon, Jon Maskaly, Anne Kirkner, and Katherine Lorenz. “Enhancing Title IX Due Process Standards in Campus Sexual Assault Adjudication: Considering the Roles of Distributive, Procedural, and Restorative Justice.” Journal of School Violence 16, no. 3 (July 3, 2017): 302–16.
Mascagni, Brooke. “Rape, Apology, and the Business of Title IX Compliance.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 5, no. 1 (January 2, 2017): 182–96.
Weiss, Karen G., and Nicole V. Lasky. “Mandatory Reporting of Sexual Misconduct at College: A Critical Perspective.” Journal of School Violence 16, no. 3 (July 3, 2017): 259–70.
Burke, Constance. “Title IX and Sexual Misconduct in Clinical Training: #MeToo in Medicine.” The Journal of Physician Assistant Education 29, no. 3 (2018): 177–79.
Cabingabang, Leslie. “The Personal Is Still Political: A Feminist Critical Policy Analysis of the Rollback of Title IX.” Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs 3, no. 3 (October 11, 2018).
Kaufer Busch, Elizabeth. “Sexual Assault: What’s Title IX Got to Do with It?” Perspectives on Political Science 47, no. 2 (2018): 104–14.
Brubaker, Sarah Jane. “Campus-Based Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy and Title IX: Revisiting Tensions Between Grassroots Activism and the Criminal Justice System.” Feminist Criminology 14, no. 3 (July 1, 2019): 307–29.
Cruz, Jacqueline. “The Constraints of Fear and Neutrality in Title IX Administrators’ Responses to Sexual Violence.” The Journal of Higher Education (Columbus), 2020, 1–22.
Kennedy, Rosanne, and Hannah McCann. “Splitting from Halley: Doing Justice to Race, Unwantedness, and Testimony in Campus Sexual Assault.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 46, no. 1 (September 1, 2020): 79–102.
Steinberg, Terry Nicole. “Rape on College Campuses: Reform through Title IX.” Journal of College and University Law 18 (1991): 39.
Walker, Grayson Sang. “The Evolution and Limits of Title IX Doctrine on Peer Sexual Assault.” Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 45 (2010): 95.
Dunn, Laura L. “Addressing Sexual Violence in Higher Education: Ensuring Compliance with the Clery Act, Title IX and VAWA.” Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 15 (2013): 563.
Halley, Janet. “Trading the Megaphone for the Gavel in Title IX Enforcement.” Harvard Law Review Forum 128 (2014): 103.
Napolitano, Janet. “Only Yes Means Yes: An Essay on University Policies Regarding Sexual Violence and Sexual Assult.” Yale Law & Policy Review 33 (2014): 387.
Suran, Emily. “Title IX and Social Media: Going beyond the Law.” Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 21 (2014): 273.
Bolger, Dana.“Gender Violence Costs: Schools’ Financial Obligations under Title IX.” Yale Law Journal 125 (2016 2015): 2106.
Edwards, Sarah. “The Case in Favor of OCR’s Tougher Title IX Policies: Pushing Back against the Pushback.” Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 23 (2015): 121.
Moorman, Anita M., and Barbara Osborne. “Are Institutions of Higher Education Failing to Protect Students: An Analysis of Title IX’s Sexual Violence Protections and College Athletics.” Marquette Sports Law Review 26 (2015): 545.
Brodsky, Alexandra, and Elizabeth Deutsch. “The Promise of Title IX: Sexual Violence and the Law.” Dissent 62, no. 4 (2015): 135–44.
Cantalupo, Nancy Chi. “The Civil Rights Approach to Campus Sexual Violence.” Regent University Law Review 28 (2015): 185.
Cantalupo, Nancy Chi. “For the Title IX Civil Rights Movement: Congratulation and Cautions.” Yale Law Journal Forum 125 (2015): 281.
Peterson, Alyssa, and Olivia Ortiz. “A Better Balance: Providing Survivors of Sexual Violence with Effective Protection against Sex Discrimination through Title IX Complaints.” Yale Law Journal 125 (2016): 2132.
Jozkowski, Kristen N.“Barriers to Affirmative Consent Policies and the Need for Affirmative Sexuality.” University of the Pacific Law Review 47 (2016): 741.
Ridolfi-Starr, Zoe. “Transformation Requires Transparency: Critical Policy Reforms to Advance Campus Sexual Violence Response.” Yale Law Journal 125 (2016): 2156.
Shaw, Lori E. “Title IX, Sexual Assault, and the Issue of Effective Consent: Blurred Lines – When Should Yes Mean No.” Indiana Law Journal 91 (2016): 1363.
Tani, Karen M. “An Administrative Right to Be Free from Sexual Violence: Title IX Enforcement in Historical and Institutional Perspective.” Duke Law Journal 66 (2017): 1847.
Buzuvis, Erin E. “Title IX and Procedural Fairness: Why Disciplined-Student Litigation Does Not Undermine the Role of Title IX in Campus Sexual Assault.” Montana Law Review 78 (2017): 71.
Curtis, Annaleigh E. “Due Process Demands as Propaganda: The Rhetoric of Title IX Opposition.” Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 29 (2017): 273.
Holland, Kathryn J., and Lilia M. Cortina. “The Evolving Landscape of Title IX: Predicting Mandatory Reporters’ Responses to Sexual Assault Disclosures.” Law and Human Behavior 41, no. 5 (2017): 429–39.
Johnson, Antuan M. “Title IX Narratives, Intersectionality, and Male-Biased Conceptions of Racism.” Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 9 (2017): 57.
Cyphert, Amy B. “The Devil Is in the Details: Exploring Restorative Justice as an Option for Campus Sexual Assault Responses under Title IX.” Denver Law Review 96 (2019 2018): 51.
Abu-Odeh, Lama. “Janet Halley and the Art of Status Quo Maintenance.” Social Justice and Equity Law Journal 2, no. 1 (2018): 5–46.
Shingleton, Mara Emory. “Dear Colleague: Due Process Is Not under Attack at Colleges and Universities, as Shown through a Comparative Analysis of College Disciplinary Committees and American Juries.” William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 27 (2018): 213.
Cantalupo, Nancy Chi. “Dog Whistles and Beachheads: The Trump Administration, Sexual Violence, and Student Discipline in Education.” Wake Forest Law Review 54 (2019): 303.
Racklin, Meghan. “Title IX and Criminal Law on Campus: Against Mandatory Police Involvement in Campus Sexual Assault Cases.” New York University Law Review 94 (2019): 982.
Richards, T.N. “No Evidence of ‘Weaponized Title IX’ Here: An Empirical Assessment of Sexual Misconduct Reporting, Case Processing, and Outcomes.” Law and Human Behavior 43, no. 2 (2019): 180–92.
Cabrera, Jessica. “Feminist Mandated Reporters Question the Title IX System: When Civil Rights Programs Adopt Managerial Logics and Protect Institutional Interests.” In Research Handbook on Gender, Sexuality and the Law, 2020.
Johnson, Hannah Brenner. “Standing in between Sexual Violence Victims and Access to Justice: The Limits of Title IX.” Oklahoma Law Review 73 (2020): 15.
Kidder, William C. “(En)Forcing a Foolish Consistency?: A Critique and Comparative Analysis of the Trump Administration’s Proposed Standard of Evidence Regulation for Campus Title IX Proceedings.” Journal of College and University Law 45 (2020): 1.
Dowling, Suzannah. “(Un)Due Process: Adversarial Cross-Examination in Title IX Adjudications.” Maine Law Review 73, no. 1 (February 9, 2021): 123.
Pérez-Peña, Richard. “Student’s Account Has Rape in Spotlight.” The New York Times, October 27, 2012.
Caplan-Bricker, Nora. “How Title IX Became Our Best Tool Against Sexual Harassment.” The New Republic, June 22, 2012.
Kingkade, Tyler. “How A Title IX Case At Yale In 1980 Set The Stage For Today’s Sexual Assault Activism.” HuffPost, July 10, 2014.
Kessler, Glenn. “One in Five Women in College Sexually Assaulted: An Update on This Statistic.” Washington Post, December 17, 2014.
Kipnis, Laura. “My Title IX Inquisition.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 29, 2015.
Goldberg, Michelle. “The Laura Kipnis Melodrama.” The Nation, March 16, 2015.
Mangan, Katherine. “Kipnis Case Highlights Perilous Clash of Title IX and Academic Freedom.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 3, 2015.
Short Takes: Laura Kipnis’s Unwanted Advances (feat. Jaclyn Friedman, Kelly Oliver, Claire Potter, Aishah Shahidah Simmons, and Lisa Wade)
Greenhouse, Jared. “How Title IX Failed These Black Women Who Spoke Out About Their Rape Allegations.” HuffPost, September 2, 2015.
Bazelon, Emily. “The Return of the Sex Wars.” The New York Times, September 10, 2015.
Pauly, Madison. “Here’s What’s Missing from the Stats on Campus Rape.” Mother Jones, October 8, 2015.
Murphy, Wendy. “Opinion | Title IX Protects Women. Affirmative Consent Doesn’t.” Washington Post, October 15, 2015.
Popp, Veronica. “For An Adjunct Professor, Academic Power Dynamics Feed into Rape Culture.” Bitch Media, February 11, 2016.
Pauly, Madison. “What Happens When a Campus Rape Expert Gets Accused of Sexual Assault?” Mother Jones, February 18, 2016.
Kingkade, Tyler. “Colleges Take A Step Toward Including Sexual Assault Punishments On Transcripts.” HuffPost, February 24, 2016.
Dashow, Jordan. “Queer Sexual Assault Survivors Need Betsy DeVos to Enforce Title IX.” The Advocate, June 22, 2017.
Valenti, Jessica. “Why Is Betsy DeVos Enabling Rape Deniers?” The Guardian, July 14, 2017.
Tolentino, Jia. “Sexual Assault on Campus and the Lessons of a Botched Book Review.” The New Yorker, October 24, 2017.
Orenstein, Peggy. “She Didn’t Say No. But She Didn’t Say Yes.” The California Sunday Magazine, November 30, 2017.
Joyce, Kathryn. “The Takedown of Title IX.” The New York Times, December 5, 2017.
Friedman, Jaclyn. “I’m a Sexual Consent Educator. Here’s What’s Missing in the Aziz Ansari Conversation.” Vox, January 19, 2018.
Pauly, Madison. “This Serial Campus Rape Case Is a Textbook Example of the Struggle Accusers Face in Court.” Mother Jones, January 19, 2018.
Bellafante, Ginia. “Before #MeToo, There Was Catharine A. MacKinnon and Her Book ‘Sexual Harassment of Working Women.’” The New York Times, March 19, 2018.
Potter, Sharyn.“Why Society Can’t Afford Campus Sexual Violence.” TEDx Talks, 2018.
Gabbatt, Adam. “Betsy DeVos Rolls Back Obama-Era Guidance on Campus Sexual Assault.” The Guardian, May 6, 2020.
Pauly, Madison. “The Trump Administration Just Overhauled the Rules for Campus Sexual Assault Hearings.” Mother Jones, May 6, 2020.
Gersen, Jeannie Suk. “How Concerning Are the Trump Administration’s New Title IX Regulations?” The New Yorker, May 16, 2020.
Pauly, Madison. “Betsy DeVos Rewrote Campus Sexual Assault Rules, but Survivor Activists Aren’t Backing Down.” Mother Jones, August 27, 2020.
Carmon, Irin. “The Tiger Mom and the Hornet’s Nest.” New York Magazine, June 7, 2021.
Lyall, Sarah and Stephanie Saul. “Gripped by ‘Dinner Party-gate,’ Yale Law Confronts a Venomous Divide.” New York Times, June 7, 2021.