Pape, M. and C. Lim. 2019. “Beyond the ‘Usual Suspects?’ Reimagining Democracy with Participatory Budgeting in Chicago.” Sociological Forum. Forthcoming. [Abstract]

Pape, M. “Expertise and the Institutional Enactment of Binary Bodies.” Body & Society. Forthcoming. [Abstract]

Henne, K. and M. Pape. 2018. Dilemmas of Gender and Global Sports Governance: An Invitation to Southern Theory. Sociology of Sport Journal 35(3): 216-225.

Forbes-Mewett, H. and Pape, M. “A Level Playing Field? Social Capital and the US College Experiences of International Student-Athletes and Non-Athletes.” Journal of International Students. Accepted.

Pape, M. and Lerner, J. 2016. Budgeting for equity: How can participatory budgeting advance equity in the United States? Journal of Public Deliberation 12(2): Article 9.

Pape, M., Fairbrother, P. and Snell, D. 2016. Beyond the state: Shaping governance and development policy in an Australian region. Regional Studies 50(5): 909-921. doi: 10.1080/00343404.2015.1055461.


Pape, M. 2017. The Fairest of Them All: Gender-Determining Institutions and the Science of Sex Testing. In V. Demos and M.T. Segal (eds.) Advances in Gender Research 24: Gender Panic, Gender Policy, pp. 177-202. Bingley, UK: Emerald Books.


Pape, M. 2017. Testing for Athlete Citizenship: Regulating Doping and Sex in Sport. By Kathryn E. Henne. Rutgers University Press, 2015, New Brunswick, NJ. Book Review for Sociology of Sport Journal 34(3): 293-295.

Pape, M. 2015. Female Circumcision and Clitoridectomy in the United States, by Sarah B. Rodriguez. University of Rochester Press, Rochester, NY. 2014. Book Review for Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 70(4): 671-674.


Pape, M. “Accommodation and Transformation in Gendered Organizational Change: Explaining Women’s Under-Representation in Decision-Making” (Revised & Resubmitted, Gender & Society)

Pape, M., and C. Lim. “The Usual Suspects: Reimagining Democracy through Participatory Budgeting in Chicago.” (Revise & Resubmit, Sociological Forum)


Pape, M. “Regulatory Regimes, Ignorance, and Testosterone: The Case of Gender Eligibility in International Sport.” In J. Sterling and M. McDonald (Eds.) Sports, Society, and Technology: Bodies, Practices, and Knowledge Production. Palgrave Macmillan.

Pape, M. “Subjective Science: Governing Sex Difference and Fairness in Elite International Sport” in P. Prakash and M. Gopal (Eds.) Sports and Society. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.


Pape, M. and Bell, M. 2015. “Green Consumerism” in D.T. Cook and J.M. Ryan (eds.) The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. Wiley-Blackwell. doi: 10.1002/9781118989463.wbeccs109.


Interview on gender verification with Radiolab, WNYC Studios. July 21, 2018. Available at:

Interview on transgender eligibility regulations with Radio National, ABC Radio, October 22, 2018. Available at:,-the-aflw-and-hannah-mo/10376856

Interview on gender verification with South Africa FM, October 18, 2018. Available at:

Invited Essay: Gendered Organizational Change – Insights from the Archives of the International Olympic Committee. Organizations, Occupations and Work Section of the American Sociological Association. October Newsletter. Available at:

Interview on gender verification with Radio National, ABC Radio. July 5, 2017. Available at:

Interview with CBC Radio, 15 August 2016, on the topic of gender verification in sport.

Pape, M. 2016. "Why I Now Stand With Caster Semenya." SBSZela. Available at:

Pape, M. "Rio 2016: A win for Caster Semenya is a win for women." ABC News online. Available at:

Pape, M. 2015. “Why Isn’t There a Women’s Tour de France?” Bicycling Magazine blog. Available at