Hextrum, K. (2021). Special Admission: How college sports recruitment favors white suburban athletes. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Hextrum, K. (2022). Ideology of athletic merit: Transmission of privilege in college athlete admissions. Sociological Perspectives. doi: 10.1177/07311214221134807
Hextrum, K., Suresh, M. S.,& Wagnon, J.D.(2022). Honoring TribalCrit in Higher Education: Survival and Sovereignty in the Wake of Anti-CRT Bills. Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education, 4(3), 29-48.
Sethi, S., Lever, K., & Hextrum, K. (2022). US Citizenship Supremacy: How immigration laws and NCAA policies exclude International College Athletes from monetizing their Name, Image, and Likeness. Sports Innovation Journal, SI(1): 81-94. doi: 10.18060/25590
Hextrum, K., & Sethi, S.1 (2022). Title IX at 50: Legitimating state domination of women’s sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 57(5) 655–672. https://doi.org/10.1177/10126902211037843
Hextrum, K., and Cameron, Z1. (2022). (In)equity in athletics: U.S. antidiscrimination law and the white, middle-class advantage. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education. 1-26. https://doi.org/10.1080/19357397.2022.2060699
Hextrum, K. (2022). White Property Interests in College Athletic Admissions. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 46(4), 383-403. doi: 10.1177/01937235211015352
Hextrum, K. (2021). Socializing sport and socially constructing race: How academic exclusion and athletic inclusion draw Black youth to sport. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 14(4), 281-305
Hextrum, K. (2021). Producing athletes and centering whiteness: Exploring the collegiate athletic cultures that normalize racism. Journal of College and Character, 22(2), 114-133 doi: 10.1080/2194587X.2021.1898982
Hextrum, K., Becker, M., & Stinnett, J.(2021). Masculinist state protection: Safety concerns produce gender disparities in university housing. Gender Issues, 38(4), 461-482 doi: 10.1007/s12147-020-09272-1
Hextrum, K. (2020). Individualizing conflict: How ideology masks college athletes’ educational compromises. Studies in Higher Education. 45(4), 755-767. doi:10.1080/03075079.2018.1554639
Hextrum, K. (2020). Amateurism revisited: How US college athletic recruitment favors middle-class athletes. Sport, Education, and Society, 25(1), 111-123. doi:10.1080/13573322.2018.1547962
Hextrum, K. (2020). Bigger, faster, stronger: How racist and sexist ideologies persist in college sports. Gender and Education, 32(8), 1053-1071. doi: 10.1080/09540253.2019.1632418
Hextrum, K. (2020). Segregation, innocence, and protection: The institutional conditions that maintain whiteness in college sports. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 13(4), 384-395. doi: 10.1037/dhe0000140
Hextrum, K. (2019). Operation Varsity Blues: Disguising the legal capital exchanges and white property interests in athletic admissions. Higher Education Politics & Economics, 5(1), 15-32. doi:10.32674/hepe.v5i1.1359
Hextrum, K. (2019). Reproducing sports stars: How students become elite athletes. Teachers College Record, 121(4), 1-38. ISSN-0161-4681.
Hextrum, K. (2018). The hidden curriculum of college athlete recruitment. Harvard Educational Review, 88(3), 355-377. https://doi.org/10.17763/1943-5045-88.3.355
Hextrum, K. (2014). A Feminist perspective on the school-to-labor pipeline. Berkeley Review of Education, 5(1), 89-112. https://doi.org/10.5070/B85110027
Cummins, J., & Hextrum, K*. (2013). The management of intercollegiate athletics at Cal: Turning points and consequences. Center for Studies in Higher Education Research and Occasional Paper Series. 12(13), 1-41.
REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS
Hextrum, K. (In Press). “Overrepresented and Under-scrutinized: How White Athletes Prevail in U.S. College Athletic Recruitment and Admission.” Book Chapter, under review for J. Ravulo, K. Olcoń, T. Dune, A. Workman, & P. Liamputtong (eds.) Handbook of critical whiteness: Deconstructing dominant discourses across disciplines.
Siduri, H., & Hextrum, K.* (2023). “Forging community: Reflections on a colloquium for critical scholars of college sport” In Roth, K. R., Ritter, Z., Kumah-Abiwu, F., & Camacho (Eds.) What can be: Emancipatory Change in US Higher Education (pp.241-258). Switzerland: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Hextrum, K. (2023). Fair play, fraud, or fixed? Athletic credentials in U.S. higher education. In S. E. Eaton, J. J. Carmichael, & H. Pethrick (Eds.), Fake Degrees and Fraudulent Credentials in Higher Education (pp. 115-132). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-21796-8_5
Mirabelli, A. & Hextrum, K*. (2018). Proactive program improvement: Incorporating assessment into student athlete academic support services. In D. Van Rheenen & J.M. DeOrnellas (Eds.) Envisioning Scholar practitioner collaborations: Building communities of practice in Education and Sport Research (pp.73-94). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
Hextrum, K. (2017). Segregated bodies: Gender reproduction within college sport. In A. Milner and J. Braddock II (Eds.) Women in sport: Breaking barriers, facing obstacles, Vol. 2 (pp. 169-185). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
COMMENTARIES, BRIEFS & INSTITUTIONAL REPORTS
Hextrum, K., Knoester, C., & Thompsett, J. 1 (2021 October 4). Why some college sports are often out of reach for students from low-income families. The Conversation.