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in-progress or forthcoming

hartline, f.r. & Ishimaru, K. (in progress). The social and medical models of social diversity: A comparison of Japan and Norway. To be submitted to Ochanomizu University, ​Journal of Gender Studies.

Branlat, J.B, I.F. Hellstrand, f.r. hartline, O-K.M. Diallo, & N.M. Friborg. (forthcoming 2024). Teaching and unlearning in Gender Studies. Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning Journal.

García Zarranz, L. & hartline, f.r. (forthcoming March 2024). Paradox and trans literature. In Vakoch, D.A. & Sharpe, S. (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Trans Literature, Routledge. ISBN 9781032431550


hartline, f.r. (2023). How does Trans Studies fit the knowledge regime of Mode 2 type of research? In C. Åsberg, E. Just, M. Udén, V. Weetzel (Eds.), Voices from Gender Studies: Negotiating the Terms of Academic Production, Epistemology, and the Logics and Contents of Identity, Routledge.  ISBN 9781032415864

hartline, f.r. & Ishimaru, K. (2022)​. A comparative analysis of trans and gender diverse experiences in Japan and Norway: ​Same but different? Comparative perspectives on gender equality and diversity in Japan and Norway.​ NJ_BREGED Anthology, Routledge. 

hartline, f.r. (2022). ‘On being trans in Norway: Negotiating Belonging Through and Within the (Cis)Gender Imaginary’. In Blidon, M. and Brunn, S. (Eds.) Handbook of the Changing World LGBTQ Map (Vol. 1), Springer: 465-480. ISBN 978-3031037917.


hartline, f.r. (2020).​ The (Trans)Gender Equality Paradox: Challenging Norway’s 2016 Law on Gender Recognition.​ (Doctoral dissertation). Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology. 

hartline, f.r. (2020). Exploring the (cis)gender imaginary in the Nordic Region. Ochanomizu University, ​Journal of Gender Studies ​1​(23). 

hartline, f.r. (2020). ‘Assessing Norway’s Gender Recognition Act of 2016: Analysing personal experiences of legal gender change’. International Journal of Gender, Sexuality and Law, 1(1): 192-217.

hartline, f.r. (2020). Queering representation: Reflecting on reflexivity in my doctoral research. ​DiGeSt: Journal of Diversity & Gender Studies 7(​1), 54-69​. 

hartline, f.r. (2020). ‘Who’s the human of “human rights”? Tracing trans subjectivities through legal gender recognition in Norway. Tidskriften Astra – Samhälle, kultur, feminism, 102: 31-33.

hartline, f.r. (2019). Examining trans narratives in the wake of Norway’s gender recognition law. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 34(1): 67-87.

hartline, f.r. (2018). (Trans)gender outlaws? A critical analysis of Norway’s 2016 gender self-determination law. Tijdschrift Voor Genderstudies 21(​4): 361–380. 

[Hartline] Rose, F. (2015). [the space in between]: The power of contemporary art to reimagine gender. In S. Panayotov and A. Koncul (Eds.), Proceedings from the Summer School for Sexualities, Cultures and Politics 2014, Belgrade: IPAK Center, 2015.

Hartline, F. (2013). The emergence of male homosexuality and homophobia in modern-day Maseru, Lesotho. (MPhil Dissertation). University of Cape Town, South Africa.

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