Debra Michals, “Dads Can Cuddle, Too: Feminism, ’60s Sitcoms and the Making of Modern Fatherhood” in Nicole Willey and Dan Friedman, editors, Feminist Fathering/Fathering Feminists (Forthcoming, 2018, Demeter Press).
Debra Michals, “Stealth Feminists: The Thirtysomething Revolution,” in Robin Morgan, editor, Sisterhood Is Forever (New York: Random House, 2003), 138-144.
Debra Michals, “From ‘Consciousness Expansion’ to ‘Consciousness Raising’: Feminism and the Countercultural Politics of the Self,” in Peter Braunstein and Michael William Doyle, editors, Imagine Nation: American Countercultures in the 1960s and ’70s (New York: Routledge Press: 2002), 41-68.
Mary Beth Norton, Debra Michals, et al. “A People and a Nation” (concise, 8th edition, 2009; concise 9th edition, 2011; concise 10th edition, 2014). (Boston: Wadsworth/Cengage).
Debra Michals, “Standing Their Ground” (women’s efforts to create more equitable workplaces). Smith Alumnae Quarterly, winter 2017-2018.
Debra Michals, “The Rise of the Woman Entrepreneur in the Postwar Era,” A Different Point of View (a publication of the National Women’s History Museum) Volume 25, December 2016.
Debra Michals, “Pakistan’s ‘Rising Stars.’” Smith Alumnae Quarterly, spring 2016.