Publications

In Progress

Manuscript: The People’s Park: Work, the Body, and the Built Environment in Radical Postwar Placemaking (book proposal under revision)

Chapter in Edited Collection, Submitted to Publisher: “‘Anything You Want to Be’: Coalitions and Conflicts between Adult and Teenage Second Wave Feminists,” chapter in Youth in the Movement: High School Student Activism in Postwar America since 1945 (expected publication Spring 2023).

Publications

Lovell, K (Fall 2021) “The Park in Print: Reclaiming Urban Green Space on Paper,” in Revolutions in Print: Rebellion, Reform, and the Press (Special Issue Zine), edited by Catherine Clay, Andrew Thacker, Rebecca Butler, and Matt Gill (Nottingham Trent University, Dizzy Ink).

Lovell, K. (Fall 2019) “Designing Parks for the People: Coalition and Divide within Vietnam Era Spatial Protests,” American Studies Association of Korea (ASAK), Conference Proceedings, Seoul, Korea.

Lovell, K. (Fall 2018). “Free Food, Free Space: People’s Stews as a Lens into the Spatial Identity Politics of Protest People’s Parks,” American Studies Journal vol. 57, no 3. pp. 103-116.

Lovell, K. (Fall 2018) “’Everyone Gets a Blister’: Sexism, Gender Empowerment, and Race in the People’s Park Movement,” Women’s Studies Quarterly vol. 46, no. 3 & 4, pp. 103-119.

Lovell, K. (Fall 2017). “Teenage Feminism Decades before ‘Girl Power,’” Black Perspectives (January 12, 2018).

Lovell, K. (June 2016). “Girls Are Equal Too: Education, Body Politics, and the Making of Teenage Feminism.” Gender Issues, vol. 33.2, pp. 71-95.

Bussiere, S. and Lovell, K. (2016). “Design and Experiential Learning in Post-Industrial Landscapes.” Landscape Research Record, vol. 5, pp. 213-222.

Lovell, K. (December 2016). “Review of Making Suburbia: New Histories of Everyday America, John Archer, Paul J. P. Sandul, and Katherine Solomonson.” Historical Geography, vol. 44 (Feminist Historical Geographies), pp. 151-153.

Lovell K. (2016). “Review of Naked: A Cultural History of American Nudism, Brian Hoffman.” The Journal of Popular Culture, 49.4, pp. 941-943.

Lovell, K. (2015). “Review of Advertising in the Age of Persuasion: Building Brand America, 1941-1961, Dawn Spring.” The Journal of American Culture 38.2, pp. 148-149.

Lovell, K. (2015). “Domestic Violence (Pre-1970).” Women’s Rights in the United States: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Issues, Events, and People, Ed. Tiffany Wayne. Santa Barbara: ABL-CLIO.

Lovell, K. (2015). “Domestic Violence: The 1970s.” Women’s Rights in the United States: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Issues, Events, and People, Ed. Tiffany Wayne. Santa Barbara: ABL-CLIO.

Lovell, K. (2014). “Review of Making Women’s Histories: Beyond National Perspectives, eds. P. Nadell and K. Haulman.” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 112.4, pp. 713-715.

Lovell, K. (2014). “Review of Controversy and Hope: The Civil Rights Photographs of James Karales, James Karales and Julian Cox.” JHistory, H-Net Reviews.

Lovell, K. (2012). “Review of Tomboys, Pretty Boys, and Outspoken Women: The Media Revolution of 1973, Edward Miller.” JHistory, H-Net Reviews.

Lovell, K. (2013). “National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS).” Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence and Abuse, Ed. Laura Finley. Santa Barbara: ABL-CLIO.

Lovell, K. (2013). “History of U.S Domestic Violence before 1970.” Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence and Abuse, Ed. Laura Finley. Santa Barbara: ABL-CLIO.

Lovell, K. (2013). “History of U.S. Domestic Violence Developments, 1970s.” Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence and Abuse, Ed. Laura Finley. Santa Barbara: ABL-CLIO.

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