Assistant Professor of Women, Gender & Sexuality
204 Levering Hall
PO Box 400172
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4172
Meyer, Doug. 2015. Violence against Queer People: Race, Class, Gender, and the Persistence of Anti-LGBT Discrimination. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Meyer, Doug. Forthcoming. “Omar Mateen as U.S. Citizen, Not Foreign Threat: Homonationalism and LGBTQ Online Representations of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting.” Sexualities (published online, ahead of print).
Meyer, Doug. Forthcoming. “An Intersectional Analysis of LGBTQ Online Media Coverage of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims.” Journal of Homosexuality (published online, ahead of print).
Meyer, Doug. 2017. “The Disregarding of Heteronormativity: Emphasizing a Happy Queer Adulthood and Localizing Anti-Queer Violence to Adolescent Schools.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy 14(3): 331-344.
Meyer, Doug. 2017. “‘One Day I’m Going to be Really Successful’: The Social Class Politics of Videos Made for the ‘It Gets Better’ Anti-Gay Bullying Project.” Critical Sociology 43(1): 113-127.
Meyer, Doug. 2016. “The Gentle Neoliberalism of Modern Anti-Bullying Texts: Surveillance, Intervention, and Bystanders in Contemporary Bullying Discourse.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy 13(4): 356-370.
Meyer, Doug. 2014. “Resisting Hate Crime Discourse: Queer and Intersectional Challenges to Neoliberal Hate Crime Laws.” Critical Criminology 22(1): 113-125.
Meyer, Doug and Eric Anthony Grollman. 2014. “Sexual Orientation and Fear at Night: Gender Differences among Sexual Minorities and Heterosexuals.” Journal of Homosexuality 61(4): 453-470.
Meyer, Doug. 2012. “An Intersectional Analysis of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) People’s Evaluations of Anti-Queer Violence.” Gender & Society 26(6): 849-873.