- Caroline S. Turner
- Sara Carrigan Wooten & Roland W. Mitchell
Part I. Constructions of Sexual Violence in Higher Education
- Susan Iverson
- Sara Carrigan Wooten
Part II. Power and Reputation in Institutional Decision Making
- Susan Marine
- Todd Crosset
Part III. Federal Policy and Institutional Compliance
- Alison Kiss & Kiersten N. Feeney
- Brett A. Sokolow, Saundra K. Schuster, W. Scott Lewis, & Daniel C. Swinton
- Nancy Chi Cantalupo
Part IV. The Possibilities of Programmatic Solutions
- Traci Thomas-Card & Katie Eichele
- Caitlin B. Henriksen, Kelsey L. Mattick, & Bonnie S. Fisher
Afterword: Questioning the scripts of sexual misconduct
- Rebecca Ropers-Huilman, Kaaren Williamsen, & Garrett Hoffman
Sara Carrigan Wooten is a Doctoral Candidate in Educational Leadership and Research at Louisiana State University. Roland W. Mitchell is the Joe Ellen Levy Yates Endowed Professor and Interim Associate Dean for Research Engagement and Graduate Studies in the College of Human Sciences and Education at Louisiana State University.
A Top 25 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title of 2016
"The Crisis of Campus Sexual Violence is a comprehensive, informative analysis of an urgent, seemingly intractable problem on a broad range of U.S. colleges and universities. Wooten and Mitchell's groundbreaking anthology makes a major contribution to the scholarship on combating and preventing sexual violence in the American academy. A must-read for campuses committed to eliminating this disturbing crisis and engaging in lasting institutional change."
--Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Founding Director of the Women's Research and Resource Center and Anna Julia Professor of Women's Studies, Spelman College, USA
"I want to commend the editors and chapter contributors of this extremely important and groundbreaking work. [They] engage the reader in a much-needed, vital interrogation of higher education with a focus on the transformation of campuses as spaces where sexual violence is not accepted as inevitable... I am impressed by the breadth and depth of this book which not only provides nuanced perspectives on the crisis of campus sexual violence, but also provides voice for many silenced in the past and support to those who are currently silenced."
--From the foreword by Caroline S. Turner, Immediate Past President of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE), Professor, and Graduate Coordinator for the Doctorate in Educational Leadership Program, California State University, Sacramento