What’s in a Name? Language, Culture, and Tongzhi Strategies for Social Change. Under contract with Temple University Press.


Caterina Fugazzola. 2019. “A Family Matter: Asymmetrical Metonymy and Regional LGBT Discourse in Italy.” 

European Journal of Sociology 60(3): 351-382

Dorothy Kidd and Caterina Fugazzola. 2015. “Contentious Politics and Workers’ Communication: A Comparison of China and South Korea.” 政治争论及工人传播:中国与韩国之比较 Global Media Worlds and China (Beijing: Communication University of China, ICUC International Series)

Caterina Fugazzola and Christopher Moreman. 2014. “Shugendō and The Shining: Liminal Space and Religious Experience in the Work of Stanley Kubrick.” Symposia 6: 75-93

Dorothy Kidd with Caterina Fugazzola. 2014. “Dreaming Joe Hill: Insurgent Communications in Contests over Our Common Resources” in David Leadbeater (ed) Resources, Empire and Labour: Crisis, Lessons & Alternatives (Halifax: Fernwood Publishing)


Caterina Fugazzola. “Fools and Mountains: Sexual Identity in China and the Tongzhi Project of Change.

Caterina Fugazzola. Courting the State: Legal Advocacy and the Limits of Rights Discourse in the People's Republic of China.