Birrell, S. & McDonald, M. G. (Eds.). (2000). Reading sport: Critical essays on power and representation. Boston: Northeastern University.
Special Issue Journal Editorship
King, S. & McDonald, M. G. (2007). Guest editor of a special issue of the Sociology of Sport Journal, 24(1) “(Post)Identity and Sport.”
McDonald, M. G. (2005). Guest editor of a special issue of the Sociology of Sport Journal, 23(3) “Whiteness and Sport.”
Invited Articles in Refereed Journals
McDonald, M. G. (2012). Thinking through sport, analyzing whiteness. Journal of Multicultural
Discourses, 7(3), 235-241.
Knoppers, A. & McDonald, M. G. (2010). Scholarship on gender and sport in Sex Roles and beyond. Sex
Roles, (Anniversary Paper) 63(5-6), 311-23.
McDonald, M. G. (2009). Dialogues on whiteness, leisure and (anti)racism. Journal of Leisure Research, 41(1), 5-21.
Journal Articles (Since 2006)
Adams, M.L., Davidson, J., Helstein, M., Jamieson, K., Kim, K.Y., King, S., McDonald, M. G., & Rail,
- (in press). Feminist cultural studies: Uncertainties and possibilities roundtable. Sociology of Sport Journal, 31(4).
Lisec, J. & McDonald, M. G. (2012). Gender inequality in the new millennium: An analysis of WNBA representations in sport blogs. Journal of Sports Media, 7(2),153-178.
Birrell, S. & McDonald, M. G. (2012). Break points: Narrative interruptions in the texts of Billie Jean
King. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 36(4), 343-360.
Martin, A. & McDonald, M. G. (2012). Covering women’s sport? An analysis of Sports
Illustrated covers from 1987-2009 and ESPN the Magazine covers from 1998-2009.
Graduate Journal of Sport, Exercise and Physical Education Research, 1, 81-97.
McDonald, M. G. & King, S. J. (2012). A different contender? Barack Obama, the 2008 presidential campaign and the racial politics of sport. Ethnic and Racial Studies, (Special Issue: New Positions in Race Theory: The Politics of Sport), 35(6), 1023-1039.
McDonald, M. G. & Toglia, J. (2010). Dressed for success? The NBA’s dress code, the workings of whiteness and corporate culture. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 13(6) 970-983.
McDonald, M. G. (2008). Rethinking resistance: The queer play of visibility politics, the Women’s
National Basketball Association and late capitalism. Leisure Studies, 27(1), 77-93.
King, S. & McDonald, M. G. (2007). (Post)identity and sport: Introduction and overview. Sociology of Sport Journal, 24(1), 1-19.
Book Chapters (since 2006)
McDonald, M. G. (2014). Mapping whiteness and intersectionality: Troubling gender and sexuality in sport studies. In J. Hargreaves & E. Anderson (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender and Sexuality (pp. 151-160). London: Routledge.
McDonald, M. G. & Cooky, C. (2013). Interrogating discourses about the WNBA’s “bad girls”: Intersectionality and the politics of representation. In L. Wenner (Ed.) Fallen sports heroes, media and celebrity culture (pp. 193-207). New York: Peter Lang.
McDonald, M. G. (2012). Out of bounds: The Women’s National Basketball Association and neoliberal imaginings of sexuality. In M. L. Silk & D. L. Andrews (Eds.), Sport and neoliberalism: Politics, culture and consumption (pp. 211-224). Philadelphia: Temple University.
McDonald, M. G. & Thomas, C. (2010). The Rutgers women’s basketball team talks back: Intersectionality, resistance and media power. In S. S. Prettyman & B. Lampman (Eds.), Learning culture through sport: Perspectives on society and organized sport (pp. 78-91). Langham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield.
McDonald, M. G. (2009). The whiteness of sport/media scholarship. In H. Hundley & A. Billings (Eds.), Examining identity in sports media (pp. 153-172). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
McDonald, M. G. (2008). Michael Jordan. In Whitaker, M. (Ed.), African American icons in sport: Triumph, courage and excellence. (pp. 145-156). Westport, CT: Praeger.
McDonald, M. G. (2007). Do you believe in Miracles? Militarization, masculinity and the 1980 US Olympic ice hockey team. In S. Wagg & D. L. Andrews (Eds.), East plays west: Essays on sport and the cold war (pp. 222-234). London: Routledge.
McDonald, M. G. (2006). Beyond the pale: The whiteness of queer and sport studies scholarship. In J. C.
Caudwell (Ed.), Sport, sexualities and queer theory (pp. 33-46). London: Routledge.
McDonald, M. G. (2006). Sport and Power. In A. Rainey & J. Bryant (Eds.), Handbook of sports and media (pp. 501-522). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.