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CURRICULUM VITAE MARTIN ORR

September 2020

CURRICULUM VITAE MARTIN ORR
Department of Sociology (208) 426-3414
Boise State University morr@boisestate.edu
1910 University Drive boisestate.edu/sociology
Boise, ID 83725

EDUCATION:

September 1984 to University of Oregon
December 1992 Eugene, Oregon 97403
Awarded M.S. in Sociology, December 1987 Awarded Ph.D. in Sociology, December 1992 Dissertation: “Social Change and Metatheoretical Shift in Sociological Analyses of Ethnicity”

September 1980 to Eastern Washington University
June 1984 Cheney, Washington 99004 Awarded B.A. June 1984
Major: Sociology; Minors: Philosophy and Music

AREAS OF CONCENTRATION: Social Inequality, Social Theory, Environmental Sociology,
Political Sociology, Sociology of Media, Social Movements

POSITIONS HELD:

August 2017 to present Professor
Department of Sociology Boise State University

January 2020 to Acting Chair
June 2020 Department of Sociology Boise State University

August 2002 to August 2017 Associate Professor
Department of Sociology Boise State University

POSITIONS HELD (Continued):

July 2006 to July 2010, Chair
October 2012 Department of Sociology
to July 2016 Boise State University

August 1998 to Assistant Professor
August 2002 Department of Sociology Boise State University

August 1995 to Visiting Assistant Professor
August 1998 Department of Sociology Boise State University

January 1995 to Junior Research Associate
July 1995 Social Science Research Center Boise State University

August 1994 to Special Lecturer and Research Associate
May 1995 Department of Sociology and Division of Continuing Education Boise State University

September 1993 to Instructor
December 1993 Division of Social Sciences Big Bend Community College

March 1993 to Instructor
June 1993 Department of Sociology University of Oregon

January 1993 to Instructor
June 1993 Department of Sociology Western Oregon State College

March 1991 to Instructor
June 1991 Department of Sociology and Anthropology Southern Oregon State College

September 1988 to Graduate Instructor
December 1992 Department of Sociology University of Oregon

COURSES TAUGHT: Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Anthropology,
Social Problems, Introduction to Ethnic Studies, Theories of Society, Sociological Theory I & II, Elementary Social Statistics, Social Inequality, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of the Family, Juvenile Delinquency, Political Sociology, Radical Sociology, Introduction to Social Research, Sociology of Work, Social Change, Social Psychology, Sociology of Knowledge and Science, Social Issues and Movements, Progressive Social Movements, Media and Society, and Senior Seminar.

PUBLICATIONS:

2019 “Media Marginalization of Racial Minorities: ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ in U.S. Ghettos and on the ‘Arab Street,’” with Ginna Husting. Chapter in Conspiracy
Theories and the People Who Believe Them, ed. by Joseph Uscinski. (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.)

2018 “Clearing up Some Conceptual Confusions about Conspiracy Theory Theorizing,” with M R. X. Dentith. Chapter in Dentith’s Taking Conspiracy Theories Seriously, Rowman & Littlefield).

2018 “Conspiracies and Secrecy,” with M R. X. Dentith.
Episteme 15(4):433-450.

2017 “Clearing up some Conceptual Confusions about Conspiracy Theory Theorizing,” with M R. X. Dentith. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 1: 9-16.

2017 “Karl Mannheim and the Sociology of Knowledge.” Chapter in An Introduction to Classical and Contemporary Social Theory: A CriticalPerspective, by Berch Berberoglu. (UK: Routledge).

2015 “‘Conspiracy Theorists’ on the ‘Arab Street’: Examining the use of ‘Conspiracy’in The New York Times,” with
Ginna Husting. The Blue Review. https://thebluereview.org/ conspiracy-theory-arab-street-nyt/

PUBLICATIONS (Continued):

2014 “The Global Capitalist Crisis and the End of Empire.” In The Global Capitalist Crisis and Its Aftermath: The Causes and Consequences of the Great Recession of 2008-2009, ed. Berch Berberoglu, 293-307. (Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2014).

2013 Idaho Fish Consumption Rate Recommended Sample and Questions, Prepared for the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, with Eric Lindquist and David Eberle.

2012 Entries on “Capital Flight,” “Debt Crisis,” and “The Great Recession” The Encyclopedia of Globalization, ed. George Ritzer. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

2011 “The Global Capitalist Crisis and the End of Neoliberal Capitalist Globalization.” In Beyond the Global Capitalist Crisis: The World Economy in Transition, ed. Berch Berberoglu, 145-161. (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2011).

2010 “The Failure of Neoliberal Globalization and the End of Empire.” In Globalization in the Twenty-First Century: Labor, Capital, and the State on a World Scale, ed. Berch Berberoglu, 177-197. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2009 Review of Soil Not Oil: Environmental Justice in an Age of Climate Crisis by Vandana Shiva. Econews: The Newsletter of the Northcoast Environmental Center 39, 3 (April 2009): 13.

2007 “Dangerous Machinery: ‘Conspiracy Theorist’ as a Transpersonal Strategy of Exclusion,” with Ginna Husting. Symbolic Interaction, 30, 2 (2007): 127-150.

2007 “The Failure of Globalization and the End of Empire: Neoliberalism, Imperialism, and the Rise of the Anti- Globalization Movement.” International Review of Modern Sociology, 33, Special Issue (2007):105-122.

2006 “Don’t bank on natural gas, oil.” Op-ed in The Idaho Statesman

PUBLICATIONS (Continued):

2005 “The Struggle Against Globalization and Imperialism: An Analysis of the Worldwide Protests against the WTO.” In Globalization and Change: The Origins, Development, and Transformation of Global Capitalism, ed. Berch Berberoglu, 105-121. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

2003 “Racism, Imperialism, and Human Rights” Op-ed in The Idaho Statesman

2000 “The Paradigmatic Underpinnings and the Categorical Structure of Sociology, 1973-1994: An Explanation for and Documentation of Metatheoretical Shift.” The Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 25, 2 (1999): 127-156.

1999 “A Short History of the Emergence of the ‘Lone Superpower’: Implications for Exploitation, Repression, and Resistance.” Nature, Society, and Thought, 11, 4 (1998):421-435.

1999 “‘Classless’ Society” prepared for the encyclopedic Racial and Ethnic Relations in America. Chris Moose, Senior Editor, Salem Press.

1998 Review of Nationalism Reframed: Nationhood and the National Question in the New Europe by Rogers Brubaker. Social Forces 76 (March 1998): 1138-40.

1997 “Sociological Analyses of Race and Ethnicity Since the 1950s: A Sociology of Sociology Explanation for
Metatheoretical Shift.” Sociological Focus 30 (February 1997):31-47.

1995 “The National Question and the Struggle Against
British Imperialism in Northern Ireland.” In The National Question: Nationalism, Ethnic Conflict and Self- Determination in the 20th Century, ed. Berch Berberoglu, 158-179. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

1991 Review of Social Interest and Categorical Structure: Conceptions of History and Social Change, by Jeffers Chertok. Critical Sociology 17 (Summer 1990):119-122.

PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS:

March 2020 “From U.S. Ghettos to the ‘Arab Street’: Race and the ‘Conspiracy Theorist,’” with Ginna Husting and M R. X. Dentith, paper accepted for presentation at the Conspiracy Theory Conference, University of Miami, Florida.

August 2016 “Conspiracies and Secrecy: An Exercise in Social Epistemology,” with Matthew R. X. Dentith, presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Seattle, Washington.

August 2016 “Vocabularies of Motive and ‘Conspiracy Theorists’,” with Ginna Husting, accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Seattle, Washington.

July 2016 “Conspiracy Baiting in the War on Terror,” with Ginna Husting, accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the International Sociological Association, Vienna, Austria.

April 2016 “Conspiracy Theory Theories: A Sociology of Knowledge Account,” with Ginna Husting, presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, California.

April 2015 “The Fix is In: ‘Conspiracy Theories’ in Sports,” with Ginna Husting, presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Long Beach, California.

March 2015 “From U.S. Ghettos to the ‘Arab Street’: Race and the ‘Conspiracy Theorist,’” with Ginna Husting, presented at the Conspiracy Theory Conference, University of Miami, Florida.

March 2014 “‘Conspiracy Theorists’, Right and Left: Deflecting Critiques of Power,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

March 2011 Organizer of “Resistence in an Age of Decline: Obstacles and Opportunities,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, Washington

PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (Continued):

March 2011 “The ‘Great Recession’as Class Warfare: ‘Never let a Crisis go to Waste,’” accepted for presentation the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, Washington

April 2010 “The ‘Great Recession’: A Class Analysis,” accepted for presentation the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, California

April 2009 “The Contradictions of Neoliberal Globalization,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California.

April 2008 “Imperialist Rivalry at the End of the Age of Oil: A Class Analysis,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

April 2008 Organizer of “The Contradictions of Empire: The End of the New American Century,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

March 2007 “Power, Resistance, and the Development of Sociology,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, California

March 2007 Organizer of “Power, Resistance & the Future of
Sociology,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Oakland, California

April 2006 “A Sociology of Peak Oil: Causes, Consequences, and the Future,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Universal City, California

April 2005 “Corporate Media as a Social Problem: Lessons and Findings from Adademics, Journalists, and Activists,”
presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

April 2005 “Media Activism as Public Sociology: An Account from Idaho,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (Continued):

April 2004 “The Uses of ‘Conspiracy Theory’” (with Ginna Husting), presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Francisco, California

April 2003 “Social Movements and the Development of Mass Media,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Pasadena, California

August 2001 “The WTO, Seattle, and the Struggle Against Global Capitalism,” presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Anaheim, California

April 2001 “Social Protest Against The World Trade Organization: Understanding the Relationship Between Power and Opposition,” presented at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Association, Reno, Nevada

March 2001 Organizer of “The WTO and the Battle in Seattle,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Francisco, California

March 2000 “Political Orientation and Student Evaluation of
Sociology,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California

March 2000 Discussant at “Author Meets Critics” session addressing the Third Edition of William Domhoff’s Who Rules
America?, at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California

October 1999 “A Short History of the ‘Lone Superpower’: Implications for Exploitation, Repression, and Resistance,” presented at the Nature, Society, and Thought conference, Reno, Nevada

April 1999 Organizer of “Connecting the Micro and the Macro: The Relationship Between Social Interaction and Social Structure,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (Continued):

April 1999 Organizer of “Building Connections: Community Colleges and the Four-year Institution,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon

October 1997 “Simulating Science” (with Steven Patrick, Boise State University), presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, Tucson, Arizona

April 1997 Organizer of “Class, Ideology and Knowledge: Historical Materialist Approaches to the Sociology of
Knowledge and Science,” session at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California

April 1997 “Toward a Sociology of Social Science: A Content Analysis of the Criminal Justice Abstracts,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California

April 1997 “Ethnicity, Class, and Gender: Northern Ireland as a Test Case,” presented at the annual meeting of the
Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, California

August 1996 “Sociological Analyses of Race and Ethnicity Since the 1950s: A Sociology of Sociology Explanation for Metatheoretical Shift,” accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, New York.

April 1996 “Theories of Ethnicity and Class: Evaluating the Salience of Class Analysis,” presented at the annual meeting of the Western Social Science Association, Reno, Nevada.

March 1996 “The Paradigmatic Underpinnings and the Categorical Structure of Sociology, 1973-1994: An Explanation for and Documentation of Metatheoretical Shift,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, Washington.

March 1996 “Dispelling the Relevance of Personal Responsibility to Sociological Analysis: Cannibalism as Deviance and Conformity,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, Washington.

PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (Continued):

April 1995 “A Critical Evaluation of Alternative Approaches to the Problem of Intellectual Diversity: Toward a Sociology of the Sociology of Sociology,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association,
San Francisco, California.

April 1993 “Sociological Analyses of Ethnicity, 1950-1990: A Sociology of Sociology Explanation,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon.

October 1991 Discussant at “Author Meets Critics” session addressing Social Interest and Categorical Structure: Conceptions of History and Social Change, by Jeffers Chertok, at the annual meeting of the Washington State Sociological Association, Walla Walla, Washington.

April 1991 “Materialist Theories of Ethnic Stratification and Their Applicability to Northern Ireland,” presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Irvine, California.

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION:

July 2020 to President
to present Idaho Federation of Teachers

February 2017 Outside Reviewer
to present Philosophy of the Social Sciences

May 2016 Vice president
to present American Federation of Teachers, Local 3537

March 2011 Outside Reviewer
to present The Sociological Quarterly

June 2020 Outside Reviewer for Promotion Application

March 2016 Membership Committee
May 2018 Pacific Sociological Association

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION (continued):

May 2016 President
to May 2018 American Federation of Teachers, Local 3537
March 2016 Membership Committee Co-chair
to April 2017 Pacific Sociological Association
November 2006 to 2008 Program Committee
April 2008 Pacific Sociological Association
November 2003 to 2004 Program Committee
April 2004 Pacific Sociological Association
August 1997 to Outside Reviewer
May 2005 Teaching Sociology
December 1993 to Outside Reviewer
May 2004 Critical Sociology
April 2001 to Committee on Freedom of Research and Teaching
April 2004 Pacific Sociological Association
May 1999 to Coordinating Editor
May 2003 The Pacific Sociologist
November 2000 to 2002 Program Committee
April 2002 Pacific Sociological Association
November 1999 to 2001 Program Committee
April 2001 Pacific Sociological Association
August 1997 to Membership Committee Chair
August 1999 Pacific Sociological Association
June 1999 Reviewed Why Sociology? by Robert J. Brym and John Lie, for Harcourt Brace
May 1996 to Co-Editor
May 1999 The Pacific Sociologist
August 1995 to Membership Committee
April 1999 Pacific Sociological Association
May 1998 Reviewed Imperialism, War, and Political Turmoil in the Middle East by Berch Berberoglu, for SUNY Press

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION (continued):

June 1997 Reviewed Social Problems: A Sociological Approach
by J. John Palen, for McGraw-Hill

August 1994 to Section Recruitment Committee
August 1995 American Sociological Association

January 1987 to Member Editorial Collective
December 1992 Critical Sociology

DEPARTMENTAL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

August 2019 to Curriculum Committee
present College of Arts and Sciences

August 2017 to Labor Studies Minor
present Director

November 2012 to Environmental Studies Program, Faculty Affiliate
present Boise State University

September 1999 to Cultural and Ethnic Diversity Board
present Boise State University

August 2019 to Past president
August 2020 Faculty Senate

August 2018 to President
August 2019 Faculty Senate

August 2017 to Vice president
August 2018 Faculty Senate

August 2015 to Faculty Senate
August 2019 Boise State University

September 2016 to Promotion and Tenure Committee
December 2016 College of Arts and Sciences Boise State University

September 2015 to Foundational Studies Program Council
May 2016 Boise State University

DEPARTMENTAL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Continued):

January 2016 to Faculty 180 Advisory Committee
February 2016 Boise State University

August 2015 to Consulting for Campus Climate Survey
September 2015 Boise State University

January 2013 to Department Liasion to the
July 2015 Concurrent Enrollment Program Boise State University

August 2015 to Search Committee
September 2015 Office of the Vice-Provost Boise State University

September 2014 to Curriculum Committee Chair
May 2015 College of Arts and Sciences

September 2014 to Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
May 2015 Boise State University

October 2014 Facilitator for Discussion of the film “Dear White People” Cultural Center, Boise State University

April 2013 to Office of Instructional Technology, Faculty Liason
May 2014 College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs

November 2013 University Adjunct Policy Focus Group Boise State University

October 2010 to Promotion and Tenure Committee
November 2010 College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs

March 2010 “Racism 101: Causes and Consequences,” lecture for Facing Race, presented by the Cultural Center

July 2009 “Local Responses to Global Crisis: Lessons for the ‘Great Recession’” Guest Lecture for “Investigate Boise,” Classroom in the City Program

February 2009 “Climate and Energy: Two Birds with One Stone,” lecture for Focus the Nation.

DEPARTMENTAL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Continued):

December 2008 Speech for Hunger Sleepout Volunteer Services Board

May 2002 to Mexican American Studies Conference
May 2008 Chair, Organizing Committee

January 2008 “A Social History of Climate Change: Lessons for an Alternative Future,” lecture for Focus the Nation.

May 2007 Faculty Advisor

November 2007 “Race and Colonialism” presented to the Political Science Club and the Model UN.

November 2007 “Hunger in Global Perspective,” presented for the Volunteer Services Board’s Hunger Banquet.

April 2007 “Reverse Discrimination: Fact or Fiction?” presented in the Student Union Building, as part of the Cultural Center’s “White Privilege” lecture series.

March 2007 Co-organizer of lecture by Nation correspondent Christian Parenti

October 2006 Workshop on Mountains Beyond Mountains, sponsored by the University’s Common Reading Program

May 2004 to Chair, Cultural and Ethnic Diversity Board
October 2006 Boise State University

September 2001 to Campus Greens
May 2006 Faculty Advisor

February 2006 Workshop: “Media Activism” Idaho Progressive Student Alliance Progressive Advocacy Training Boise State University

September 2002 to Publications Board
May 2005 Boise State University

DEPARTMENTAL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Continued):

February 2005 Workshop: “Media Activism” Idaho Progressive Student Alliance Progressive Advocacy Training Boise State University

November 2004 Panelist for Speak Up Forum on Racism and Immigration, Cultural Center, Boise State University

November 2004 Speech for 2004 Hunger Banquet, Volunteer Services Board, Boise State University

December 2003 to Promotion and Tenure Policy Review Task Force
March 2004 College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs

December 2003 “Progressive Social Movements and Mass Media” Point of View Conference, Boise State University

November 2003 to Course Management System Advisory Committee
December 2003 Boise State University

June 1996 to Website Developer and Administrator
September 2003 Sociology Department

August 2000 to Faculty Senator
May 2003 Boise State University

February 2003 Workshop: “Independent Media” Idaho Progressive Student Alliance Progressive Advocacy Training Boise State University

February 2003 Panelist: “War of Ideas: Framing the Student Debate on Iraq, Terrorism, and US Policy”
Boise State University

April 1998 to Sociology Club
May 2002 Faculty Advisor

March 2002 Moderator for Panel “Traditional Connections to the Land versus Nontraditional Development Practices”
First Nations Conference, Boise State University

October 2001 Panel Discussion on Terrorism Boise State University

DEPARTMENTAL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Continued):

March 2001 Organizer of “Dismantling Racism” panel
at the Mexican American Studies Conference

February 2001 “Utilizing Leadership for Social Causes,” with Leo Morales, at Leadership Quest

March 2000 Panelist for Discussion of the WTO and Globalization Idaho Progressive Student Alliance

January 2000 Panelist for Discussion of Free Speech on Campus Martin Luther King, Jr./Human Rights Week

January 2000 Selection Committee
to May 2002 Phi Kappa Phi Wallace G. Kay Essay Competition

August 2000 Core Curriculum Committee
to May 2001 Boise State University

October 1998 to Affirmative Action Committee
August 2000 Boise State University

September 1998 to Awards Committee
May 1999 College of Social Science and Public Affairs

November 1998 Lecture in conjunction with the Boise State University Sociology Club’s “Conspiracy Theory Week”

January 1998 Panel discussion and workshop on Globalization and Human Rights sponsored by the student ACLU Club and by Feminist Empowerment in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr./ Human Rights Week

October 1996 Participated in a Student Programs Board
panel discussion on Environmental Responsibility

January 1996 Guest Editorial in the Idaho Statesman for Boise
State University’s Martin Luther King, Jr./Human Rights Week

September 1990 to Graduate Student Representative to
June 1991 the Staff Development Committee University of Oregon

DEPARTMENTAL, COLLEGE, AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Continued):

September 1987 to Graduate Student Representative to
June 1988 the Curriculum Committee University of Oregon

COMMUNITY SERVICE:

April 2020 Interviewed for an article on COVID and politics
The Idaho Statesman

March 2020 Presentation on Social Organization for Community Reads Ada County Library

March 2020 Interviewed for an article on the safety of agricultural workers and unionization
Magic Valley Times-News

May 2019 Interviewed for an article on Unions and “Right to Work”
The Idaho Statesman

June 2016 Speech at the Sixth Annual Community Progressive United Vision for Idaho

January 2016 Interviewed for an Article on Poverty and Food Insecurity
The Idaho Statesman

January 2016 Interviewed for an Article on International Volunteerism
The Arbiter

July 2015 Interviewed on Conspiracy Theories in Sports The Podcaster’s Guide to the Conspiracy

November 2014 Interviewed for a story on Social Media KIVI-TV

June 2014 Interviewed for an Article on Labor Unions
The Idaho Statesman.

April 2013 “Local Media and Coverage of the State Legislature,” presentation for United Vision for Idaho’s Liquid Forum Series.

COMMUNITY SERVICE (Continued):

October 2011 Radio interview on labor unions and the Occupy movement by KTRP.

June 2011 “Teaching Social Inequality,” workshop presented at the Idaho Human Rights Education Center’s Summer Institute for K-12 teachers

May 2011 “Media and How Unions are Framed in Contemporary Society,” workshop for United Vision for Idaho’s Community Progressive Workshops UVI

March 2011 Interview for story on Idaho education policy by KTVB

February 2011 Discussant of the anti-union proposals before the Idaho and Wisconsin legislatures on IPTV’s Idaho Reports.

March 2010 Interviewed for story on student protests against tuition increases in California by KBSU

February 2010 Interviewed for story on feminism by the Arbiter

July 2009 Speech to Healthcare Rally Boise City Hall

March 2009 Interviewed for story on the recession by KTVB

December 2008 Appearance on “The Idaho Freedom Forum,” hosted by Gene Dellago for the ACLU of Idaho
on Treasure Valley Community Television

December 2008 Panelist/Facilitator for Media Justice Summit Fund for Idaho

January 2008 “Concentration in the Media,” lecture for Leadership Boise, at the offices of Idaho Public Television, a presentation of the Boise Chamber of Commerce

March 2007 Interviewed Nation correspondent Christian Parenti as guest host of “Peace Talks,” a presentation of the Idaho Peace Coalition, on Treasure Valley Community Television

February 2007 Appearance on “Conversations,” hosted by Peter Lutze, on Treasure Valley Community Television

COMMUNITY SERVICE (Continued):

November 2006 Panelist for “Nuclear Nonproliferation,” a presentation at the Boise Public Library, sponsored by Snake River Alliance

July 2006 Appearance on “Conversations,” hosted by Peter Lutze on Treasure Valley Community Television

March 2006 Panelist on discussion of the film “Why we fight,” at the Flicks, a presentation of Treasure Valley Community Television

January 2006 Panelist on Media for Leadership Boise, at the offices of the Idaho Statesman, a presentation of the Boise Chamber of Commerce

November 2002 to Editorial Collective
May 2005 Idaho Independent Media Center

August 2002 to Executive Director
May 2005 The Idaho Media Project

November 2003 Guest on “Uneasy Listening”
Boise State University Student Radio

October 2003 Guest on “Conversations”
Treasure Valley Public Access Television

June 2003 Workshop on Social Problems
Court Appointed Special Advocate Program

April 2003 Guest Lectures for Tobin Walton Eagle High School

February 2003 Panelist: “The War against Iraq” Northwest Nazarene University

January 2003 Moderator: “How Others See Us: U.S. Propaganda vs.
Reality,” Snake River Alliance Community Dinner

January 2003 “Racism, Imperialism, and Human Rights” Martin Luther King/Human Rights Week

COMMUNITY SERVICE (Continued):

October 2002 to Teach-ins on the War against Terror
December 2002 Boise State University

November 2002 “A Brief Introduction to the Sociology of Race and Ethnicity: Implications for the Workplace” Multicultural Workforce Fall Training Conference Boise Federal Women’s Program

January 2002 to Program Director
November 2002 The Idaho Media Project

April 2000 to Alliance for Dismantling Racism May 2002

March 2002 Faciliator for discussion of the film “Long Night’s Journey into Day”
First Presbyterian Church

September 2001 Guest Lecture on the Vietnam War Albertson College of Idaho

September 2001 “Message Development & Media: Learn How to Make News Happen”
Workshop for the Idaho Women’s Network

October 2000 “Families and Parenting: Diversity and Change” Workshop for the Idaho Inclusiveness Symposium

March 2000 to Associate Director
January 2002 The Idaho Media Project

April 2000 to Workshop Committee
October 2000 Idaho Inclusiveness Coalition

November 1999 Policy Development Committee
to August 2000 Treasure Valley Public Access Television

April 1999 Speech to the Boise Chapter of Anti-Racist Action

HONORS AND AWARDS:

May 2011 Honored Faculty Member
By Boise State Top-10 Scholar Alexandra Ornelas

HONORS AND AWARDS (continued):

March 2005 University Foundation Scholar Award for Teaching Finalist

December 2004 Nominated for ASBSU Outstanding Faculty Award

November 2003 Nominated for ASBSU Outstanding Faculty Award

March 2001 Faculty Research Grant
College of Social Science and Public Affairs

April 2000 Outstanding Community Service Award BSU Volunteer Services Board

March 2000 Nominated for ASBSU Outstanding Faculty Award

April 1999 Multi-Ethnic Board Award
of Recognition for Assistance to Minority Students

September 1991 State of Oregon Laurel Award

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES:

Current Supervisor: Arthur Scarritt, Chair Department of Sociology Boise State University ascarritt@boisestate.edu

Previous Supervisors: Tony Roark, Interim Provost
and former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Boise State University
troark@boisestate.edu
Shelton Woods, Professor of History
Former Interim Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Boise State University swoods@boisestate.edu

Melissa Lavitt, Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Washington – Tacoma;
Former Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs, Boise State University
mlavitt@uw.edu

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES (continued):
Other colleagues: Berch Berberoglu
Foundation Professor and Chair of Sociology University of Nevada – Reno berchb@unr.edu

M R.X. Dentith
Associate Professor of Sociology Beijing National University m.dentith@episto.org
Virginia Husting Professor of Sociology
Director of Gender Studies Boise State University ghusting@boisestate.edu