Lugg, C.A., Tooms, A.K. (in press). Trouble in Toms River. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.
Lugg, C.A., Tooms, A.K. (2010, February) A shadow of ourselves: Identity erasure and the politics of queer leadership. School Leadership and Management, 30 (1), 77-91.
Tooms, A., Lugg, C.A., Bogtoch, I. (2010, February) Rethinking the politics of fit and educational leadership. Educational Administration Quarterly, 46, (1), 96-131.
Lugg, C.A. (2010). Leading public schools in an oligarchial age. Scholar-Practitioner Journal. 4, (4), 371-373.
*Valdez, T., Lugg, C.A. (2010, Summer). Community cultural wealth and Chicano/Latino students. Journal of School Public Relations. 31, (3), 224-237.
Lugg, C.A. (2008, March [2009, Sept]). “Why’s a nice dyke like you embracing this post-modern crap?” Journal of School Leadership. 18, (2), 164-199.
Lugg, C.A., *Robinson, M. (2009, January). Religion, advocacy coalitions and the politics of US public schooling. Education Policy, 23, (1-2), 242-266..
Tooms, A.K., Lugg, C.A (2008, December). “Oh We’ve got Trouble! Right here in Ravenna City. It starts with ‘G’, and has a ‘S’, and ends in ‘A.’” Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 11, (1), 111-127
Lugg, C.A. (2007, September). Introduction, special feature on Educational politics and policies. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, 4, (3), 11-12.
Lugg, C.A. (2007, Summer). Separating theory from practice: We’re all circus seals now. Journal of Curriculum and Practice, 4, (1), 50-54.
Lugg, C.A. (2006, September). Turbulence, turmoil and trauma: When we can’t get along. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 9, (3), 54-63.
Lugg, C.A., Shoho, A.R. (2006, June). Dare public school administrators build a new social order? Social justice and the possibly perilous politics of educational leadership. Journal of Educational Administration, 44, (3), 196-208.
*Karpinski, C.F., Lugg, C.A. (2006, June). Social justice and educational administration: No longer mutually exclusive? Journal of Educational Administration, 44, (3), 278-292.
Lugg, C.A. (2006, May). Why a Journal of Research on Leadership Education? Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 1, (1).http://www.ucea.org/JRLE/pdf/vol1/issue1/lugg.pdf.
*Slobodzian, J.T., Lugg, C.A. (2006, May). “He’s a nice man, but it doesn’t help.” Principal leadership, school culture and the status of Deaf children. Journal of School Leadership.16, (3), 292-318.
Capper, C.A., Alston, J., Gause, C.P., Koschoreck, J., Lopez, G., Lugg, C.A., McKenzie, K. B., (2006, March). Integrating Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender topics and their intersections with other areas of difference into the leadership preparation curriculum: Practical ideas and strategies. Journal of School Leadership, 16, (2). 142-157.
Rorrer, A.K., Lugg, C.A. (2006, January & March). Introduction: Power, education and the politics of social justice. Educational Policy, 20, (1-2), 5-7.
Lugg, C.A. (2006, January & March) Thinking about sodomy: Public schools, legal panopticons and queers. Educational Policy, 20, (1-2), 35-58.
Lugg, C.A. (2004, January & March). One nation under God? Religion and the politics of education in a post 9/11 America. Educational Policy 18, (1), 169-187
Lugg, C.A. (2003, February). Sissies, faggots, lezzies and dykes: Gender, sexual orientation and the new politics of education. Educational Administration Quarterly,39, (1), 95-134.
Lugg, C.A., Koschoreck, J.W. (2003, January). Introduction—The final closet: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered educational leaders. Journal of School Leadership,13 (1), 4-6.
Lugg, C.A. (2003, January). Our straight-laced administrators: LGBT school administrators, the law, and the assimilationist imperative. Journal of School Leadership,13 (1), 51-85.
Shoho, A.R., Merchant, B., Lugg, C.A. (under review) Social justice: Seeking a common language, in Handbook on Educational Leadership, 2nd edit. F. English (ed.). Sage.
Lugg, C.A. (under review). Letting the bullies win? The politics of educational choice and the politics of stigma at the intersection of queer youth, in T. C. Pedroni, (ed.). Educational markets and the dispossessed: Agency, identity, and subalternity in unsettling educational times.
*Robinson, M.N. & Lugg, C.A. (in-press) The Protestant Right, The Black Church and the politics of educational reform. In W. Watkins (Ed.),Assault on Public Education. New York: Teachers College Press.
*Johnson, D. & Lugg, C. A. (2011). “Queer theories in education.” In S. Tozer, B. Gallegos, A. Henry (Eds.), Handbook of Social Foundations in Education(pp. 233-243). New York: Routledge
Lugg, C.A. (2009). “What’s a nice dyke like you embracing this post-modern crap?” In A. Tooms and C. Boske. Building bridges, Connecting educational leadership and social justice to improve schools. Charlotte,NC: Information Age Publishing. Reprint of 2008 JSL piece.
Lugg, C.A.(2009). Preface, for Flaunt it: Queers organizing for public education and justice. Therese Quinn and Erica Meiners (pp. ix-x). New York: Peter Lang.
Lugg, C.A., Rorrer, A.K. (2009). The politics of (im)prudent state-level home-schooling policies, in G. Sykes, B. Schneider & D.N. Plank (Eds.),AERA Handbook on educational policy, (pp. 805-818). New York: Routledge.
Lugg, C.A., *Tabbaa-Rida, Z. (2009) Social justice, religion and public school leaders, in C. Marshall & M. Oliva (Eds). Leadership for social justice: Making revolutions happen, 2nd edition. (pp. 139-155). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
Lugg, C.A. (2007) Sissies, faggots, lezzies and dykes: Gender, sexual orientation and the new politics of education, in D. Carlson, CP Gause, (eds). Keeping the promise. Essays on leadership, democracy and education (pp. 117-158). New York: Peter Lang. Reprint of 2003 EAQ article.
Lugg, C.A., *Karpinski, C.F. (2007). The political paradoxes of scientific research in education. Fenwick English, (ed.).Scientific research in education. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield
Lugg, C.A. (2006). On politics and theory: Using an explicitly activist theory to frame educational research. V. Anfara & N. Mertz, (eds.). Theoretical frameworks in qualitative research. (pp. 175-188). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Lugg, C.A., *Tabbaa-Rida, Z. (2006). Social justice, religion and public school leaders, in C. Marshall & M. Oliva (Eds.). Leadership for social justice: Making revolutions happen, (pp. 130-144). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
*=Doctoral student or former doctoral student at time of publication.