On Sabbatical Spring 2020
With Pitzer Since: 2007
Field Group: Sociology
Campus Address: Scott Hall 217
Office Hours: 一道本不卡免费高清Mondays 11:00 am – 12:00 pm & Tuesdays 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm, & by appointment
MA, PhD, Sociology, University of Washington
BA, Government and International Affairs, Augustana College
Social movements; political sociology; culture; institutional theory, law and society; American Indians and indigenous people; race and ethnicity; public policy; and sexuality, sexual orientation and gender.
Sociology and Its View of the World (SOC01)
一道本不卡免费高清Political Sociology (SOC91)
一道本不卡免费高清Social Movements and Social Change (SOC111)
一道本不卡免费高清Sociology of Law: Power, Rights, and Change (SOC115)
一道本不卡免费高清Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Colonization, Identity, Resistance (SOC78)
Women and Law (SOC116)
Sexual Politics & Sexuality Movements (SOC120)
“Settler Colonial Power and the American Indian Sovereignty Movement: Forms of Domination, Strategies of Transformation,” American Journal of Sociology,一道本不卡免费高清 vol. 117, no. 4 (January 2012).
“Revisiting the Invisibility of (Male) Bisexuality: Grounding (Queer) Theory, Centering Bisexual Absences, and Examining Masculinities,” Journal of Bisexuality,一道本不卡免费高清 vol. 11, no. 4 (October-December 2011).
“Alternatives to Service, and ‘Making Space’: Lessons from Collaborations with Tribal Nations,” Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning,一道本不卡免费高清 vol. 18 (fall 2011).
“Sovereigns and Citizens? The Contested Status of American Indian Tribal Nations and Their Members,” Citizenship Studies一道本不卡免费高清, vol.15, no.1 (February 2011).
“Obama Administration Policy toward American Indians and Tribal Nations,” Journal of Race and Policy, vol.6, no.1 (spring 2010).
“Explaining Contemporary Federal Indian Policy: Book Review Essay,” Indigenous Policy Journal, vol.24, no.3 (2008).
“(Mixed) Perceptions of Tribal Nations’ Status: Implications for Indian Gaming,” American Behavioral Scientist一道本不卡免费高清, vol.50, no.3 (November 2006).
“The Contemporary Revival and Diffusion of Indigenous Sovereignty Discourse,” American Studies, vol.46, no.3/4 (fall-winter 2005).
“Legitimizing American Indian Sovereignty: Mobilizing the Constitutive Power of Law through Institutional Entrepreneurship,” Law and Society Review, vol.39, no.4 (December 2005).
Indigenous Nationhood Claims and Contemporary Federalism in Canada and the United States,” Policy and Society一道本不卡免费高清, vol.24, no1 (2005).
“American Federalism and Intergovernmental Innovation in State-Tribal Relations,” Publius一道本不卡免费高清, vol.34, no2 (2004).
“Interpreting the Invisibility of Male Bisexuality: Theories, Interactions, Politics,” Journal of Bisexuality一道本不卡免费高清, vol.1, no.2-3 (2001).
Bisexuality: Facts and Fiction. Binghampton, NY: Harrington Park Press, 2001. Co-edited with Brett Beemyn.
Recent Conferences and Invited Talks
“Tribal-Academic Collaboration: Challenges, Opportunities and Benefits of Working with Federally Non-Recognized Tribes,” paper presented at the Western Social Science Association Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, April 2009.
Organizer, panel on “Teaching about American Indian Policy Issues,” the Annual Meeting of the California Sociological Association, Riverside, CA, November 2008.
“Myths and Misconceptions: Tribal Sovereignty, Treaty Rights and American Indian Identity,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Sociological Association, Riverside, CA, November 2008.
“Working with Indian Tribes: Building Community Relationships in Challenging Contexts,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association一道本不卡免费高清, Spring 2008.
“Indian Gaming, Tribal Members and U.S. Citizenship: Unresolved Issues in American Political Development,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, spring 2008.
Selected Grants, Awards, and Honors
Periclean Faculty Leadership Award, 2010