A selection of academic publications by founding members of menstruation research network and colleagues.

Bettina Bildhauer (2009) Medieval Blood, University of Wales Press (book)

Bettina Bildhauer (2005) The Secrets of Women: A Medieval Perspective on Menstruation, in Menstruation: A Cultural History, edited by G. Shail & G. Howie, Palgrave (book chapter)

Bee Hughes (2018) Challenging Menstrual Norms in Online Medical Advice: Deconstructing Stigma through Entangled Art Practice, in Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics, Special Issue: Feminist Encounters with the Medical Humanities, edited by J. Funke and S.L. Foster (peer reviewed article)

Victoria Newton (2012) Status passage, stigma and menstrual management: 'Starting' and 'being on', in Social Theory & Health (peer reviewed article)

Victoria Newton (2016) Everyday Discourses of Menstruation: Cultural and Social Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan (book)

Lara Owen (2008) Her Blood is Gold: Awakening to the Wisdom of Menstruation, Archive Publishing (book, first published 1993 by HarperCollins)

Lara Owen (2018) Menstruation and Humanistic Management at work: The Development and Implementation of a Menstrual Workplace Policy, in the Journal of the Association for Management Education and Development (peer reviewed article)

Camilla Mørk Røstvik (2018) Blood in the Shower: a Visual History of Menstruation and Clean Bodies, in Visual Culture and Gender (peer reviewed article)

Camilla Mørk Røstvik (2018) Vi hadde ikke menstruasjon, vi hadde ‘vondt i maven’» Norske menstruasjonsopplevelser fra 1900-tallet (“We Did Not Have Menstruation, We Had ‘Stomach Aches’”: Norwegian Menstrual Experiences from the Twentieth Century) in Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning (Journal of Gender Research) (peer reviewed article)

Kate Sang & Jennifer Remnant (2019) Her Bloody Project – Managing Menstruation at Work, in British Sociological Association (peer reviewed article)

Kay Standing & Sara Parker (2017) Girls’ and women’s rights to menstrual health in Nepal, in Women's Issues and Rights in the Developing World, edited by N. Mahtab et al, IGI Global (chapter in book)

Pamela Warner & Hilary O. Critchley (2015) Conceptualising and assessing bleeding side-effects of hormonal contraception, in Quality of Life Research (peer reviewed article)