B.A. English, University of Texas at Austin
M.Ed. Teaching and Learning, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Ed.D. Curriculum Studies, Teachers College, Columbia University
Critical studies in gender and sexuality in education
Feminist theories in education
Stephanie D. Mccall (2022) ‘Dirty clothes’: intra-active entanglements in a curriculum of sexual violence, Sex Education, DOI: 10.1080/14681811.2022.2122948
McCall, S. (2019). Girls, single-sex schools, and postfeminist fantasies. New York and London: Routledge.
Dernikos, B., Lesko, N., McCall, S., Niccolini, A. (2020). Mapping the affective turn: Theory, research, and pedagogies. New York and London: Routledge.
Lesko, N. & McCall, S. (in press). Curriculum and gender. Routledge Encyclopedia of Education. New York and London: Routledge.
Dernikos, B., Lesko, N., McCall, S. & Niccolini, A. (Eds). (2020). Feeling education. In Mapping the Affective Turn: Theory, Research, and Pedagogies. New York and London: Routledge.
Niccolini, A., Dernikos, B., Lesko, N., & McCall, S. (2019). High passions: Affect and curriculum theorizing in the present. In C. Hebert, N. Ng-A-Fook, A. Ibrahim, & B. Smith, Eds., Internationalizing Curriculum Studies: Histories, Environments & Critiques (pp. 157-176). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
McCall, S. (Winter 2015). Recognition and knowledge: Mapping the promises and seductions of successful female futures. Girlhood Studies, 8(3).
Lesko, N. & McCall, S. (2014). Pink brains and education: A postfeminist analysis of neuroscience and neurosexism. Revista Brasil eira de Historia da Educacao (Special issue on the history of childhood and youth), 14 (2), 163-190.
Eckes, S. & McCall, S. (2014). The potential impact of social science research on legal issues surrounding single-sex classrooms and schools. Educational Administration Quarterly, 50 (2), 195-232.
McCall, S. (2012). Complicating discourses of protection and heteronormativity in single gender education. In D. Carlson and E. Meyer, Eds., Gender and Sexuality in Education: A Reader. New York: Peter Lang.