What should have been cited: compiled by Anne Fausto

What should have been cited: compiled by Anne Fausto-Sterling
Articles (random sample):
Hampson, J. (1955). "Hermaphroditic genital appearance, rearing and eroticism in
hyperadrenocorticism." Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 96: 265-273
Money, J., et al. (1955). "An examination of some basic sexual concepts: the evidence
of human hermaphroditism." Bulletin Johns Hopkins Hospital 97: 301-319.
Kessler, S. J. (1990). "The medical construction of gender: case management of
intersexed infants." Signs 16(1).
Chase, C. (1995). "Re: Measurement of pudendal evoked potentials during feminizing
genitoplasty: technique and applications." Journal of Urology 153: 1139-1140.
Chase, C. (1998). "Hermaphrodites with Attitude: mapping the emergence of intersex
political activism." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 4(2): 189-211.
Chase, C. (1998). "Surgical Progress is not the answer to intersexuality." Journal of
Clinical Ethics 9(4).
Dreger (1998). "The History of Intersexuality from the Age of gonads to the age of
consent." Journal of Clinical Ethics 9(4).
Blackless, M., A. Charuvastra, A. Derryck, A. Fausto-Sterling, K. Lauzanne and E. Lee
(1999). "How Sexually Dimorphic Are We? A Review Article." American Journal of
Human Biology: 151-166
Fausto-Sterling, A. (2000). "The Five Sexes, Revisited." The Sciences 40(4): 18-23.
On Line Resources:
Dreger, A. D. (1998). Hermaphrodites and the Medical Invention of Sex. Cambridge,
Harvard University press
Preves, S. E. (2003). Intersex and Identity: the Contested Self. Rutgers, Rutgers
University Press.
Sytsma, S., ed. Ethics and Intersex. 2006. Springer
Karkazis, K. (2008). Fixing Sex: Intersex, Medical Authority and Lived Experience.
Durham, Duke University Press.
Elizabeth Reis (2012) Bodies in Doubt: an American History of Intersex. Johns Hopkins
Univ. Press
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