Debra L. Schultz, Going South: Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement (New York University Press, 2001). Paperback, 2002.
Debra L. Schultz, Disrupting the Dream: Teaching Civil Rights History in Civic Engagement in the Community College Springer Publishing, 2015. This volume of essays by participants in KCC’s Brooklyn Public Scholars Project may be the first of its kind to address civic engagement by community college faculty.
Debra L. Schultz, Triple Challenge: Romani Women’s Lives in Contemporary Europe, Women’s Lives Around the World: A Global Encyclopedia. Volume 4: Europe, forthcoming, ABC-Clio Greenwood Press, 2017.
Debra L. Schultz, Translating Intersectionality Theory into Practice: A Tale of Roma-Gadze Alliance, SIGNS: A Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 38, no. 1, Autumn 2012.
Debra L. Schultz, Preface to Knocking On: Mothers and Daughters in Struggle in South Africa (Capetown, South Africa: Center for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2008).
Debra L. Schultz, An Intersectional Feminism of Their Own: Creating European Romani Women’s Activism, Identities: a Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, Spring 2006, special issue funded by the European Union.
Debra L. Schultz, Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement, in Pamela Nadell, ed., American Jewish Women’s History Reader (New York University Press, 2003).