Refereed publications

Oakley, Abigail. “Misunderstandings and Miscommunications: Institutional Influences on Graduate Teaching Associates.” What Graduate Students Do: Expertise, Ethics, and Exploitation, edited by Tessa Brown. University Press of Kansas. Accepted and in progress, 7300 words.

Oakley, Abigail. "Disturbing Hegemonic Discourse: Nonbinary Gender and Sexual Orientation Labeling on Tumblr." Social Media + Society, vol. 2, no. 3, 2015.

Invited publications

Oakley, Abigail, Avery Dame, and Allison McCracken. “Conversations about Gender/Sexuality Labeling, Identity Formation and Group Dynamics on Tumblr.” A Tumblr Book: Platform and Cultures, edited by Allison McCracken, Alexander Cho, Louisa Stein, and Neill Hoch. University of Iowa Press. Forthcoming.

Oakley, Abigail. “Supporting One Another: Nonbinary Community Building on Tumblr.” Sex in the Digital Age, edited by Paul G. Nixon and Isabel K. Düsterhöft, Routledge, 2017, pp. 101-112.