Robnett, Belinda, Carol L. Glasser, and Rebecca Trammell.2015. “Waves of Contention: Relations Among Radical, Moderate, and Conservative Movement Organizations.” Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change 38: 69-101.

Glasser, Carol L. 2011.“Tied Oppressions: How Sexist Imagery Reinforces Speciesist Sentiment.” Brock Review 12(1): 51.  [PDF FILE]

Humane Research Council. 2011. “Open Data: USDA Food Recalls, 2006-2010.”  Journal for Critical Animal Studies 9(3): 97. [PDF FILE]

Glasser, Carol L., Belinda Robnett and Cynthia Feliciano. 2009. “Internet Daters’ Body Types Preferences: Race-Ethnic and Sex Differences.” Sex Roles, 61: 14. [PDF FILE]

Book Chapters

Glasser, Carol L. In Press. “The ABC’s of Vivisection: Animals (Nonhuman), Brutality, and Capitalism.” In Capitalism and Animal Oppression, Ed. David Nibert. Prager Press.

Glasser, Carol L. In Press. “Cat Called in the Cafeteria: Managing and Teaching through Sexism from Students.” Surviving Sexism in Academia: Strategies for Feminist Leadership, Eds. Kirstie Cole and Holly Hassel. Routledge.

Glasser, Carol L. 2016. “Opportunity Fields and Animal Rights: Is Corporate Incorporation a Route to Change?” In Animal Subjects 2.0, Ed. Jodey Castricano and Lauren Corman. Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Glasser, Carol L. 2015. “Beyond Intersectionality to Total Liberation.” In Ed. Lisa Kemerer, Animals and the Environment: Advocacy, activism, and the quest for common ground. New York: Routledge, pp. 41-19.

Glasser, Carol L. 2014. “The Radical Debate: A Straw Man in the Movement?” In, From the Margins to the Centre – The Rise of Critical Animal Studies, Ed. Nik Taylor and Richard Twine. Routledge.

Glasser, Carol L. and Arpan Roy. 2013. “The Ivory Trap: Bridging the Gap Between Activism and the Academy.” In The Critical Animal Studies Reader, Ed. Anthony Nocella, II and John Sorenson. Peter Lang Publishers. (In Press)

Glasser, Carol L. 2011. “Rational Emotions: Animal Rights, Feminist Theory, and Activist Insight.” In The Psychology of the Human-Animal Bond. [Eds] Christopher Blazina, David S. Shen-Miller, and Guler Buynaz. New York: Springer, 307-319. [PDF FILE]

In Progress

Glasser, Carol L., Erin O’Sullivan and Harold Herzog. “Effects of Visual Information on Attitude Change: The Case of Gruesome Images in Animal Rights Advertisements.”

Published Reviews

Glasser, Carol L. 2013.  “Review: African American Civil Rights: Early Activism and the Niagara Movement. (Book Review). Mobilization 18 (1): 112.
Glasser, Carol L. 2012. “Review: Rio” (Film Review). Journal for Critical Animal Studies 10 (1): 193.
Glasser, Carol L. 2011. “Review: Vanishing of the Bees” (Film Review). Journal for Critical Animal Studies 9 (3): 119.
Glasser, Carol L. 2010. “Review: Skintrade” (Film review). Journal for Critical Animal Studies, 8 (4): 162.
Glasser, Carol L. 2008. “Online Matchmaking” (Book Review). Contemporary Sociology, 37 (4): 333



Selected Reports

Glasser, Carol L., Vandhana Ramaduai, Steven Metts and Marija Drobnkjak. 2016. “Vallejo: City of Opportunity Lacks Access to Healthy Food.” Food Empowerment Project. February 2016. Cotati, CA.

Glasser, Carol L. 2015. “Member Survey 2014-2015.” Assistance League of Tucson. August 2015. Tucson, AZ.

Glasser, Carol. L. 2013. A Pattern of Abuse: Animal welfare violations in University of California laboratories, August 2010 – June 2013. Progress For Science. Los Angeles, CA.

Select Research and Writing Produced for Fuanalytics (formerly Humane Research Council) 

Humane Research Council. 2011. “Readability of Vegan Outreach Literature.” Olympia, Washington.

Glasser, Carol L. 2011. Blog Series on Denial of Suffering.

Part 1: “See No Evil: Denial and Animal Suffering” ;
Part 2: “Do No Evil: Denial by Perpetrators of Normalized Violence Against Animals”;
Part 3: “Acknowledge No Evil: How People Come to See Violence Against Animals As Normal”; Part 4:“Accepting Evil: Appeals that Do (and Don’t) Work”

Glasser, Carol L. 2010. Blog Series on Social Movements.

Part 1: “Defining Tactics”;
Part2: “Attitudes toward Social Movement Tactics”;
Part 3: “Shock Advocacy”;
Part 4: “Advocacy and the Internet”