For my full CV click here – CV_2020.
Rutherford, A. (under review). Psychology at the intersections of gender, feminism, history, and culture. In K. Keith (Ed.), Elements of Psychology and Culture series. Cambridge University Press. [short monograph]
Pickren, W. E. & Rutherford, A. (Eds.) (2018). 125 years of the American Psychological Association. Washington, DC: APA Books.
Fancher, R. & Rutherford, A. (2017). Pioneers of psychology, 5th Edition. New York: Norton.
Rutherford, A., Capdevila, R., Undurti, V., & Palmary, I. (Eds.) (2011). Handbook of international feminisms: Perspectives on psychology, women, culture, and rights. New York: Springer SBM. [Winner of the 2012 Distinguished Publication Award, Association for Women in Psychology]
Pickren, W. E. & Rutherford, A. (2010). A history of modern psychology in context. New York: Wiley.
Rutherford, A. (2009). Beyond the box: B. F. Skinner’s technology of behavior from laboratory to life, 1950s-1970s. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.[Featured book of the week for July 16-23, 2009, London Times Higher Education]
Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Rutherford, A. (2020). Doing science, doing gender: Using history in the present. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 40, 21-31.
Hegarty, P., & Rutherford, A. (2019). Histories of psychology after Stonewall: Introduction to the special issue. American Psychologist, 74(8), 857-867.
Rutherford, A. & Davidson, T. (2019). Intersectionality and the history of psychology. In W. E. Pickren (Ed.) Oxford research encyclopedia of the history of psychology. Oxford University Press.
Rutherford, A. (2019). Gender. In R. Sternberg & W. E. Pickren (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of the intellectual history of psychology (pp. 345-370). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rutherford, A. (2018, Sept. 17). Acknowledging rape: What the origins of the “1 in 5″ statistic can teach us about sexual assault policy. The Behavioral Scientist.
Rutherford, A. (2018). Feminism, psychology and the gendering of neoliberal subjectivity: From critique to disruption. Theory & Psychology, 30, 100-123.
Rutherford, A. (2017). Surveying rape: Feminist social science and the ontological politics of sexual assault. History of the Human Sciences, 30, 100-123.
Rutherford, A. (2017). “Making better use of U.S. women:” Psychology, sex roles, and womanpower in post-WWII America. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 53, 228-245.
Rutherford, A. (2015). Maintaining masculinity in mid-20thcentury American psychology: Edwin Boring, scientific eminence, and the “woman problem.” Osiris: Scientific Masculinities, 30, 250-271.
Rutherford, A. & Pettit, M. (2015). Feminism and/in/as psychology: The public sciences of sex and gender. History of Psychology, 18(3), 223-237.
Kim, S. & Rutherford, A. (2015). From seduction to sexism: Feminists challenge the ethics of therapist-client sexual relations in 1970s America. History of Psychology, 18(3), 283-296.
Rutherford, A., Sheese, K., & Ruck, N. (2015). Feminism and theoretical psychology. In J. Martin, K. Slaney, & J. Sugarman (Eds.), The Wiley handbook of theoretical and philosophical psychology (pp. 374-391). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
Gul, P., Caplan, L., Korostoliev, A., Ball, L. C., Bazar, J., Rodkey, E., Young, J. L., Sheese, K., & Rutherford, A. (2013). Reconstructing the experiences of first-generation women in Canadian psychology. Canadian Psychology, 54, 94-104.
Held, L. & Rutherford, A. (2012). Can’t a mother sing the blues? Postpartum depression and the construction of motherhood in late 20th-century America. History of Psychology, 15, 107-123.