Abbreviated Curriculum Vita
Chair (1994-1998; 2002-2006)
Practices and Discourses of Subjection
M.A. Psychology, California State U. Sacramento
International Sociological Association (ISA)
Pacific Sociological Association (Council Member)
Irish Sociological Association (ISA)
Sociology of Drugs
Most Prestigious Awards
1983. National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Seminar:” Foucault and Heidegger: The Interpretive Study of Human Beings,” with Hubert Dreyfus, U.C. Berkeley.
1983-84. Principle Investigator, Ruth Mott Fund Grant, “INEL Research Pilot Project,” Boise, Idaho.
1986. Canadian Faculty Enrichment Grant, “PoliticalSociology of Canada.”
1989. Sabbatical Leave, Irish Antinuclear / Peace Activism Research. Boise State University, Boise, Idaho Peace Research Institute, Dublin, Ireland.
1996. Selected for membership in The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Boise State University Chapter, Boise, Idaho.
1998. (Fall Semester). Sabbatical Leave: Power and Subjectivity in Political Discourse. Boise State University, Boise, Idaho.
Most Prestigious Refereed Journal Articles
1976. “The Role of Death in Political Conflict.” Psychoanalytic Review 63(2): 249265.
1988. “Fighting words: what we can learn from Hitler’s hyperbole.” Symbolic Interaction 11(2): 257276.
1989. “Power and Practice in Peace Movement Discourse.” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change 11: 197218.
1991. “Rhetorical Practice in an Antinuclear Weapons Campaign.” Peace and Change 16: 355376.
1994. “Power, War, and Melodrama in the Discourses of Political Movements.” Theory and Society 23(6): 805838.
1995. “Group defamation and the holocaust.” Chapter in Group Defamation and Freedom of Speech, edited by Eric Freedman and Monroe Freedman, 4568. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group.
2005. “The Politics of Victimage: Power and Subjection in a US Antigay Campaign.” Critical Discourse Studies, 2(1): 3150.
2007. “On the Genealogy of Terrorism.” Chapter in Interrogating the War on Terror, edited by Deborah Staines, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
Most Prestigious Paper Presentations at Conferences
1984. “The strategy of Michel Foucault’s genealogical discourse.” Paper presented to the 79th annual meeting of the ASA, San Antonio, TX.
1986. “Fighting words: what we can learn from Hitler’s Hyperbole.” Paper presented to the 81st annual meeting of the ASA, N.Y.
1988. “Group defamation and the Holocaust.” Paper presented to the conference on Group Defamation & Freedom of Speech, Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.
1991. “Foucault’s analytic of power relations.” Paper presented to the 86th annual meeting of the ASA, Cincinnati, OH.
1994. “Power, war, and melodrama in the discourses of political movement.” Paper presented to the 13th annual meeting of the ISA, Bielefeld, Germany.
1995. “On the genealogy of social movements.” Paper presented to the Theory, Culture & Society Conference, Berlin, Germany.
1996. “The religious right movement and antigay campaigns in the Western United States.” Paper presented to “International Conference on Globalization and Collective Action,” Sponsored by ISA, May 1719, UC, Santa Cruz.
1998. “Power, subjectivity, and social movement theory.” Paper presented to the XIV World Congress of Sociology, ISA, July 26August 1, Montreal, Canada.
2002. “The New Anti ‘DrugWar’ Movement in the U.S.” Paper presented to the XV World Congress of Sociology, ISA, Brisbane Australia, July 713.
2005. “On the Genealogy of Terrorism.” Paper presented to the 37 th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, July 59, 2005, Stockholm, Sweden.References Sona Andrews, Provost, Boise State University, Boise Idaho: firstname.lastname@example.org G. William Domhoff, Professor, University of California, Santa Cruz: email@example.com Edward McLuskie, Professor & Fulbright Scholar, Boise State University: firstname.lastname@example.org