Faculty Scholarship

Faculty Scholarship

Selected publications, performances, activities and grants

 

2012-13 academic year

 

Bodinger de Uriarte, John J. (Associate Professor)

Bodinger de Uriarte, J. “Review.” Rev. of Phantom Past, Indigenous Presence. By Boyd, C., Thrush, C. Journal of Anthropological Review (2012).

Epstein, Jessica (Visiting Assistant Professor)

Epstein, J. “The Limits of Convergence: Textual Convergence, Path Dependence, and Indian Food Safety Reform.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting (August 2012). Denver, CO.

Jacobson, Shari (Associate Professor)

Jacobson, S. “Body and Soul: Therapeutic Dimensions of Jewish Ultra-Orthodoxy in Neoliberal Argentina.” The New Jewish Argentina: Facets of Jewish Experiences in the Southern Cone. Eds. Brodsky, A., Rein, R. Leiden: Brill (2012).

  

2011-12 academic year

 

Bodinger de Uriarte, John J. (Associate Professor)

Bodinger de Uriarte, J. J. “Staking inheritance: Wager and Territory.” The New School for Social Research 2012 Anthropology Conference: Rethinking Inheritance, New York, NY. (April 27, 2012).

 

Ramsaran, Dave (Professor)

Winegar, L. T., Ramsaran, D., & Graham, J. A. “Collaborative Leadership: Negotiating the Minefield.” The Department Chair, 21(2), 19–22. (2011).

Ramsaran, D. “Obama’s White Working Class Problem and Contemporary Capital.” Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Las Vegas, NV. (August 2011).

 

Smyth, Michael A. (Assistant Professor)

Jenness, V., & Smyth, M. “The Passage and Implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act: Legal Endogeneity and the Uncertain Road From Symbolic Law to Instrumental Effects.” Stanford Law and Policy Review, 22(2), 489–528. (2011).

 

 

2010-11 academic year

 

Bodinger de Uriarte, John J. (Associate Professor)

Bodinger de Uriarte, J. J., & Biggs, M. “Gaming and Self-Representation in Native America,” San Diego, CA: Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming. http://htm.sdsu.edu/sycuan/index.html. (2011).

Grant from the Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming. “Gaming and Self-Representation—Post-IGRA Gains in Native America,” $13,250.00.

 

Jacobson, Shari (Associate Professor)

Jacobson, S. R. “Samson’s Sin: Making Sense of Political Violence in a Baptist Fundamentalist Church.” Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA. (November 21, 2010).

 

Smyth, Michael A. (Assistant Professor)

Jenness, V., & Smyth, M. “The Passage and Implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act: Legal Endogeneity and the Uncertain Road from Symbolic Law to Instrumental Effects.” Stanford Law and Policy Review, 22(2): 489–528. (2011).

Smyth, M. (Presenter & Author). “Prisons’ Dirty Little Secret: The Law and Sexual Assault in Carceral Settings.” Society for the Study of Social Problems, Atlanta, GA. (August 13, 2010).



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