Feminist Responses to the Neoliberalization of the University: From Surviving to Thriving. Lexington Books. April 2020. co-editor with Abigail Palko and Sonalini Sapra.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Jamie Wagman, “South Bend Bossed by a Woman: Alice Mannering, Socialist Feminism, and the Common Good,” Indiana Magazine of History, December 2022.
Jamie Wagman, “Transgender in the Heartland: Transitioning and Seeking Community in Middle America,” Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000. Vol 24, No. 1. March 2020.
Betsy Schlabach and Jamie Wagman, “Social Justice Inside and Outside the Classroom.” Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy 28, no. 1 (2018): 104-10.
Jamie Wagman, and undergraduates Katlynn Dee, Alison Tipton, and Adrienne Whisman, “Constructing Sexuality and Fetishizing Women in American History: Debunking Myths in Popular Culture from Pocahontas to the Cold War,” The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal, 2017, Vol, 2.
Jamie Wagman, “Crossing Boundaries: A Family Story,” Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Issues, Number 27 (Fall 2014).
Jamie Schmidt Wagman, “Women Reformers Respond during the Depression: Battling St. Louis’s Disease and Immorality.” Journal of Urban History, Vol. 35, No. 5 (July 2009): 698-717.
Angela Nelson, Jamie Schmidt and Chad Verbais, “Boosting Imagination: Incorporation Creative Play in the Writing Room,” National Association of Developmental Education Digest, No. 2 (Fall 2006): 19-26.
Articles in Anthologies
Jamie Wagman, “Kissing Jessica Stein,” Encyclopedia of LGBTQIA+ Portrayals in American Film, Erica J. Dymond and Salvador Jimenez Murguia, ed. Lanham, Md: Roman and Littlefield, 2022.
Jamie Wagman, “Fighting Shanda: A Jewish Mother Academic’s Positionality and Practice at a Catholic Women’s College,” Feminist Responses to the Neoliberalization of the University: From Surviving to Thriving. Lexington Books. April 2020.
Jamie Wagman, “A Romantic Steroid or a Great Performance?: Visual Culture and the Pill,” Reproductive Issues in Popular Media: International Perspectives. Edited by Waltraud Maierhofer and Beth Widmaier Capo. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, June 2017.
Jamie Wagman and Peggy Ridlen, “Mad Men: Pedagogical Possibilities,” Lucky Strikes and a Three Martini Lunch: Thinking about Television’s Mad Men, ed. Jennifer C. Dunn, Jimmie Manning, and Danielle Stern. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. September 2012. Second edition, May 2015.