The Menstrual Health and Gender Justice Working Group represents a unique, interdisciplinary group of faculty, researchers, and students devoted to critical menstrual studies. Fellows address several critical aspects of menstruation in their work, creating an array of perspectives and academic disciplines. Some of these disciplines include, but are not limited to, public health, human rights, economics, anthropology, data science, law, and more. Please visit our Fellows page to learn more about each fellow and to browse publications by author.
Winkler, Inga. Human Rights Shine a Light on Unmet Menstrual Health Needs and Menstruation at the Margins (Editorial), Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2019 doi: 10.1097/AOG.0000000000003098
Columbia University CDEP-CGEG 2019 Working Paper Series: Pupil Absenteeism, Measurement, and Menstruation: Evidence from Western Kenya. Anja Benshaul‐Tolonen, Garazi Zulaika, Elizabeth Nyothach, Clifford Oduor, Linda Mason, David Obor, Kelly T. Alexander, Kayla F. Laserson, and Penelope A. Phillips‐Howard.
Nancy King Reame (2018) The Legacy of Tampon-Related Toxic Shock Syndrome: Feats, Failures, and Future Challenges for Women’s Health Scholars, Women’s Reproductive Health, 5:4, 250-261, DOI: 10.1080/23293691.2018.1523118
Bobel, C. (2018) The Managed Body: Developing Girls & Menstrual Health in the Global South. London: Palgrave Macmillan.