Pearce. R. (2018) Understanding Trans Health: Discourse, Power and Possibility. Bristol: Policy Press.
Moon, I., Pearce, R., Gupta K. & Steinberg, D.L. eds. (Forthcoming, 2018) The Emergence of Trans: Essays on Politics, Culture and Everyday Life. Under contract with Routledge.
Pearce, R. & Lohman, K. (2018) ‘De/constructing DIY identities in a trans music scene’. Sexualities, OnlineFirst.
Pearce, R., Steinberg, D. L., & Moon, I. (2018) ‘Introduction: The Emergence of Trans’. Sexualities, OnlineFirst.
Adams, N., Pearce, R., Veale, J., Radix, A., Castro, D., Sarkar, A., & Thom, K. C. (2017) ‘Guidance and Ethical Considerations for Undertaking Transgender Health Research and Institutional Review Boards Adjudicating this Research’. Transgender Health, 2(1): 165-175.
Pearce, R. (2012) ‘Inadvertent Praxis: What Can ‘Genderfork’ Tell Us About Trans Feminism?’. MP: An Online Feminist Journal, 3(4): 87-129.
Pearce, R. (forthcoming, 2018) ‘Trans Temporalities and Non-Linear Ageing’. In: King, A., Almack, K., Suen, Y-T. & Westwood, S. (eds.) Older LGBT* People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps. Abingdon: Routledge.
Pearce, R. (2016) (Im)possible Patients: Discourses of Trans Health in the UK. Department of Sociology, University of Warwick
(currently under embargo as I work on a number of related publications: please contact me if you would like a copy)
Pearce, R (2010) Genderforking: Identity, Ambiguity and Diversity Within a Community Blog. Department of Sociology, University of Warwick.
Pearce, R. (2017) ‘Certifying Equality? – A critical reflection on Athena SWAN and equality accreditation’. Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick.
Pearce, R. & Lester, CN. (2016) ‘Gender Recognition: Where Next?’. UK Trans Info.
Pearce, R. (2015) ‘Community Development Journal 50th Anniversary Conference: Participant Feedback’. CDJ Plus.
Pearce, R. (2012) ‘Public Launch of Community Development Journal Special Issue on Mental Health and Community Development’. CDJ Plus.
Pearce, R. (2008) ‘Under Construction: Trans Students’. National Union of Students.