History of Consciousness Ph.D. Program Alumni

2020s - 2010s - 2000s - 1990s - 1980s - 1970s

2020s ^

ADRIAN DRUMMOND-COLE (Graduated Summer 2023)
Teaching Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

JANE KOMORI (Graduated Summer 2023)
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History at the University of British Columbia

JUSTIN GILMORE (Graduated Summer 2022)
Assistant Professor in Political Science, Public Administration & Leadership Studies at California State University Stanislaus

AARON WISTAR (Graduated Summer 2021)
Editorial Assistant to the Director at Harvard University Press
"Mainstreaming MMT"Los Angeles Review of Books. 2020.
"Who Needs the Government Securities Market?"Counterpunch. 2021.

TRUNG NGUYEN (Graduated Summer 2021)
Assistant Professor San Jose State University
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University of California Merced

ISAAC BLACKSIN (Graduated Spring 2021)
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University of Southern California, Society of Fellows

COLIN DRUMM (Graduated Fall 2021)
Colin is blissfully free of the university system. His writing can be found on Substack at "Trial of the Pyx" and elsewhere online. He is currently at work on his first book, a political history of the English coinage from Richard II to James Stuart, titled _Outside Money_. He is also the organizer of the Mimbres School, an alternative educational institution offering low-cost online classes.

DELIO VASQUEZ (Graduated Summer 2020)
Assistant Professor & Faculty Fellow at New York University
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at New York University

2010s ^

ALIRIO KARINA (Graduated Spring 2019)
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University of Capetown

ROBERT CAVOORIS (Graduated Fall 2019)
Senior Associate Editor at Oxford University Press

ASAD HAIDER (Graduated Spring 2018)
Assistant Professor at York University
Visiting Professor at The New School for Social Research
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Penn State
2018-19 Mellon Post-Doctoral Scholar in the Department of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University
Mistaken Identity: Race and Class in the Age of Trump. Verso, 2018.
Black Radical Tradition: A Reader. Co-edited with Asad Haider and Ben Mabie. Verso, 2018.

JESSICA NEASBITT (Graduated Spring 2018)
Science Writer for DeVine Consulting in Monterey

LINDSAY WEINBERG (Graduated Spring 2018)
Clinical Assistant Professor at Purdue University, John Martinson Honors College
Director of the Tech Justice Lab at Purdue University
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship with Purdue University's Honors College and Polytechnic Institute

ARI CUSHNER (Graduated Summer 2017)
Lecturer in American Studies at San Jose State University

SA SMYTHE (Graduated Summer 2017)
Assistant Professor at University of California Los Angeles
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University of California Irvine

ERIN GRAY (Graduated Spring 2017)
Assistant Professor at University of California Davis
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University of California Irvine
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at New York University
Black Radical Tradition: A Reader. Co-edited with Asad Haider and Ben Mabie. Verso, 2018.

MARK PASCHAL (Graduated Spring 2016)
Co-owner and founder of Jude's Old Town, a worker-owned bar/restaurant in South Seattle

JERAMY DECRISTO (Graduated Spring 2015)
Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of California, Davis

JOSHUA BRAHINSKY (Graduated Fall 2014)
Teaching Faculty at UC Santa Cruz
Faculty Member at Esalen Institute
Researcher at UC Berkeley Social Interaction Laboratory
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Stanford University

KAREN DEVRIES (Graduated Spring 2014)
Associate Teaching Professor, Philosophy Department, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

ADAM HEFTY (Graduated Summer 2013)
Assistant Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University

SURYA PAREKH (Graduated Summer 2013)
Associate Professor, Department of English, Binghamton University

NICOLE ARCHER (Graduated Spring 2013)
Assistant Professor in Art and Design at Montclair State University
Editor-in-Chief of Art Journal Open for the College Art Association

MARTHA KENNEY (Graduated Spring 2013)
Assistant Professor of Women and Gender Studies at San Francisco State University

ERIC STANLEY (Graduated Winter 2013)
Vice Chair for Pedagogy and Associate Professor of Gender and Women's Studies at the University of California, Berkeley
Atmospheres of Violence: Structuring Antagonism and the Trans/Queer Ungovernable. Duke University Press. 2021.
Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex. Co-edited with Nat Smith. AK Press, 2015.

LUCIAN GOMOLL (Graduated Spring 2012)
Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies at California State University, Los Angeles

TREVOR SANGREY (Graduated Spring 2012)
Assistant Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and Lecturer in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Washington University at St. Louis

HARLAN WEAVER (Graduated Spring 2012)
Assistant Professor of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Kansas State University
Bad Dog: Pit Bull Politics and Multispecies Justice, University of Washington Press, 2021.

LINDSEY COLLINS (Graduated Winter 2012)
History Teacher at The Nueva School

ROBERT TRUMBULL (Graduated Winter 2012)
Instructor of Philosophy at Seattle University
From Life to Survival: Derrida, Freud, and the Future of Deconstruction. Fordham University Press. 2022.

NICK MITCHELL (Graduated Summer 2011)
Assistant Professor of Feminist Studies and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz

ROYA RASTEGAR (Graduated Spring 2011)
Director of Programming, LA Film Festival, Film Independent

ANIKA WALKE (Graduated Spring 2011)
Assistant Professor of History at Washington University in St. Louis
Pioneers and Partisans: An Oral History of Nazi Genocide in Belorussia. Oxford University Press, 2015.

NATALIE LOVELESS (Graduated Summer 2010)
Professor in Contemporary Art & Theory in the Department of Art & Design, University of Alberta & Associate Dean, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Allyship, University of Alberta
Responding to Site: The Performance Work of Marilyn Arsem. Intellect & University of Chicago Press, 2020.
How to Make Art at the End of the World: A Manifesto for Research-Creation. Duke University Press, 2019.
Knowings and Knots: Methodologies and Ecologies in Research-Creation. University of Alberta Press, 2019.

CHRIS DIXON (Graduated Spring 2010)
Adjunct Research Professor in Sociology and Anthropology at Carleton University
Another Politics: Talking Across Today's Transformative Movements. University of California Press, 2014.

JOSHUA LaBARE (Graduated Spring 2010)
Lecturer at the University of Alberta

KRISTINA VALENDINOVA (Graduated Spring 2010)
Psychoanalyst practising in London, UK
Member of the Centre for Freudian Research and Analysis in London and of the Cercle Freudien in Paris

2000s ^

TAMARA LEE SPIRA (Graduated Summer 2009)
Associate Professor of Queer Studies in American Studies and the Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Advisory Board of Ethnic Studies, Affiliated Faculty in the Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies at the Western Washington University

GREG YOUMANS (Graduated Summer 2009)
Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies at Western Washington University
Word is Out: A Queer Film Classic. Arsenal Pulp Press, 2011.

LINDSAY KELLEY (Graduated Winter 2009)
Lecturer in Art and Design at UNSW, Sydney
The Bioart Kitchen: Art, Feminism and Technoscience. I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2016

ANITA STAROSTA (Graduated Fall 2009)
Associate Teaching Professor of English at Penn State
Form and Instability: Eastern Europe, Literature, Postimperial Difference. Northwestern University Press, 2016.

SEAN BURNS (Graduated Fall 2008)
Lecturer, College Writing Program, UC Berkeley
Archie Green: The Making of a Working Class Hero. University of Illinois Press, 2011.

GINA VELASCO (Graduated Fall 2008)
Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Gettysburg College
Queering the Global Filipina Body: Contested Nationalisms in the Filipina/o Diaspora. University of Illinois Press, 2020.
"Queer and Trans Necropolotics in the Afterlife of U.S. Empire." Amerasia Journal 46, no. 2. 2020.

SHANNON BROWNLEE (Graduated Spring 2008)
Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies and Gender and Women's Studies at Fountain School of Performing Arts

SCOUT CALVERT (Graduated Spring 2008)
Data Librarian at Michigan State University Library

PAULA IOANIDE (Graduated Spring 2008)
Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Comparative Race and Ethnicity Studies at the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity at Ithaca College
The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of Colorblindness. Stanford University Press, 2015.

REBECCA SCHEIN (Graduated Spring 2008)
Associate Professor of Human Rights at Carleton University, Ottawa

RASHAD SHABAZZ (Graduated Spring 2008)
Associate Professor in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University
Spatializing Blackness: Architectures of Confinement and Black Masculinity in Chicago. University of Illinois Press, 2015.

EBEN KIRKSEY (Graduated Winter 2008)
Associate Professor at the Alfred Deakin Institute
The Mutant Project: Inside the Global Race to Genetically Modify Humans. St. Martin's Press, 2020.
Emergent Ecologies. Duke University Press, 2015.
The Multispecies Salon. Editor. Duke University Press, 2014.
Freedom in Entangled Worlds: West Papua and the Architecture of Global Power. Duke University Press, 2012.

MARK COBB (Graduated Fall 2007)
Professor of Philosophy & Humanities at Bucks County Community College
Herbert Marcuse: A Critical Reader. Edited with John Abromeit. Routledge, 2004.

ANDREW WEGLEY (Graduated Fall 2007)
The Neighborhood and Its Discontents: Freud's Critique of Ethics. University of California Press, 2007.

KAMI CHISHOLM (Graduated Summer 2007)
Pride Denied: Homonationalism and the Future of Queer Politics. HD, 61 minutes. Vtape, 2016.

NIKI AKHAVAN (Graduated Spring 2007)
Associate Professor of Media and Communication Studies at the Catholic University of America
Electronic Iran: The Cultural Politics of an Online Evolution. Rutgers, 2013.

MICHELLE ERAI (Graduated Spring 2007)
Assistant Professor of Gender Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles

KRISTA GENEVIEVE LYNES (Graduated Spring 2007)
Associate Professor of Communication Studies, Canada Research Chair in Feminist Media Studies and Director of Feminist Media Studio at Concordia University
Prismatic Media, Transnational Circuits: Feminism in a Globalized Present. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

EVA HAYWARD (Graduated Spring 2007)
Assistant Professor of Gender & Women's Studies at the University of Arizona, Tucson

APRIL HENDERSON (Graduated Spring 2007)
Lecturer in Pacific Studies and Acting Director of Va'aomanu Pasifika at Victoria of Wellington, New Zealand

KALINDI VORA (Graduated Spring 2007)
Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, and Director of Feminist Research Institute at UC Davis
Life Support: Biocapital and the New History of Outsourced Labor. University of Minnesota Press, 2015.

TARGOL MESBAH (Graduated Summer 2006)
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Social Change at the California Institute of Integral Studies

SORA HAN (Graduated Spring 2006)
Associate Professor of Criminology, Law & Society and Core Faculty of Culture & Theory Ph.D. Program at UC Irvine
Letters of the Law: Race and the Fantasy of Colorblindness in American Law. Stanford University Press, 2015.
Comparative Equality and Anti-­‐Discrimination Law. Co-authored with David Opppenheimer and Sheila Foster. Foundation Press, 2012.

ALEXIS SHOTWELL (Graduated Fall 2006)
Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Carleton University
Against Purity: Living Ethically in Compromised Times. University of Minnesota Press, 2016.
Knowing Otherwise: Race, Gender, and Implicit Understanding. Penn State Press, 2011.

KIMBERLY TALLBEAR (Graduated Fall 2005)
Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience & Environment and Associate Professor of Native Studies at University of Alberta
Native American DNA: Tribal Belonging and the False Promise of Genetic Science. University of Minnesota Press, 2013.

MARTA BRUNNER (Graduated Summer 2005)
College Librarian at Skidmore College

MATTHEW WAGGONER (Graduated Summer 2005)
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Albertus Magnus College
Readings in the Theory of Religion: Map, Text, Body. Co-edited with Scott Elliott. Equinox, 2010.

NOELANI GOODYEAR‐KA’OPUA (Graduated Spring 2005)
Associate Professor of Political Science at University of Hawai’i
A Nation Rising: Hawaiian Movements for Life, Land and Sovereignty. Co-edited with Ikaika Hussey and Erin  Kahunawaika′ala Wright. Duke University Press, 2014.
The Value of Hawaiʻi 2: Ancestral Roots, Oceanic Visions. Co-edited with Aiko Yamashiro. University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2014.
The Seeds We Planted: Portraits of a Native Hawaiian Charter School. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2013.

JUSTIN PAULSON (Graduated Spring 2005)
Director of the Institute of Political Economy and Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Carleton University
First editor, Capitalism and Confrontation, 2013.

KIMBERLY CHRISTEN (Graduated Spring 2004)
Professor of English, Director of the Digital Technology and Culture Program, Director of the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, and Director of Digital Initiatives for the College of Arts and Sciences at Washington State University
Aboriginal Business: Alliances in a Remote Australian Town. School for Advanced Research Press, 2009.

HEATHER WALDROUP (Graduated Spring 2004)
Professor of Art History and Associate Director of the Honors College at Appalachian State University

KEVIN FELLEZS (Graduated Spring 2004)
Assistant Professor of Music at Columbia University
Birds of Fire: Rock, Jazz, Funk and the Creation of Fusion. Duke University Press, 2011.
Heavy Metal (Re)Generation: (Re)Generating the Politics of Age, Race, and Identity in Metal Music Culture. Edited with Andy R. Brown. Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2012.

ADAM GEARY (Graduated Spring 2004)
Associate Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies at the University of Arizona
Antiblack Racism and the AIDS Epidemic: State Intimacies. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

DAVID SHORTER (Graduated Spring 2002)
Professor of World Arts and Culture/Dance at UC Los Angeles
The Archive of Healing, 2021.
"The Living Beautiful Part of Our Present World" (co-authored with Felipe S. Molina), Flower Worlds: Religion, Aesthetics, and Ideology in Mesoamerica and the American Southwest, 2021.
"A Borderlands Methodology" Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, 2020.
Vachiam Eecha/Planting the Seeds: Yoeme Culture and Language. 2016.
WIL: Wiktionary for Indigenous Languages. UCLA, 2015.
Lutu Chuktiwa (Cutting the Cord). 22 minutes. 2013.
We Will Dance Our Truth: Yaqui History in Yoeme Performance. University of Nebraska Press, 2009.

David Delgado Shorter (UCLA) published “A Borderlands Methodology” in the Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies in 2020 and “The Living Beautiful Part of Our Present World” (co-authored with Felipe S. Molina) in the 2021 edited volume, Flower Worlds: Religion, Aesthetics, and Ideology in Mesoamerica and the American Southwest. After nine years of research and development, Shorter released, in March of 2021, The Archive of Healing the largest searchable database of saying about healing and wellness drawn from 250 published sources, eight university archives, and over seventy-years of fieldwork from around the world. Using that site as a means to connect students with healers and wellness organizations, Shorter received the UCLA Chancellors Award for Engaged Scholarship and a large California Community Foundation grant to support cultural revitalization among the Tongva Indigenous communities in Southern California. His special issue of American Indian Culture and Research Journal, co-edited with Kim TallBear (HistCon), will be published this year and features both co-authored and single authored essays by both TallBear and Shorter on the search for intelligent life and critiques of settler science.

ANDREA SMITH (Graduated Spring 2002)
Associate Professor of Media & Cultural Studies and Director of Graduate Studies at UC Riverside
Conquest: Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide. Co-authored with Winona LaDuke. University Press, 2015.
Native Americans and the Christian Right: The Gendered Politics of Unlikely Alliances. Duke University Press, 2008.
Sacred Sites, Sacred Rites. Duke University Press, 1998.

TERESIA TEAIWA (Graduated Winter 2001)
Senior Lecturer of Pacific Studies and Programme Director at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (In Memoriam)
Open Access Bibliography

LUZ CALVO (Graduated Spring 2001)

Professor of Ethnic Studies at Cal State East Bay
Mexican-Origin Foods, Foodways, and Social Movements : Decolonial Perspectives. Co-edited with Devon Peña, Pancho McFarland and Gabriel R. Valle. University of Arkansas Press, 2017.
Decolonize Your Diet: Mexican­‐American Plant­‐Based Recipes for Health and Healing. Co-authored with Catriona Rueda Esquibel. Arsenal Pulp Press, 2015.

JERRY MILLER (Graduated Spring 2001)
Associate Professor of Philosophy at Haverford College
Stain Removal: Ethics and Race. Oxford University Press, 2016.

RICHARD RODRIGUEZ (Graduated Fall 2000)
Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Riverside
Next of Kin: The Family in Chicano/a Cultural Politics. Duke University Press, 2009.

JOHN SANBONMATSU (Graduated Fall 2000)
Associate Professor of Humanities & Arts at Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Critical Theory and Animal Liberation. Rowman and Littlefield, 2011.The Postmodern Prince: Critical Theory, Left Strategy, and the Making of a New Political Subject. Monthly Review Press, 2004.

MAYLEI BLACKWELL (Graduated Summer 2000)
Associate Professor of Chicana and Chicano and Gender Studies at UCLA
Mapping Indigenous LA
¡Chicana Power! Contested Histories of Feminism in the Chicana Movement. University of Texas Press, 2011.

AURELIANO MARIA DESOTO (Graduated Spring 2000)
Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, Department of Ethnic, Gender, Historical, and Philosophical Studies at Metro State University
"The Strange Career of Ethnic Studies." Teaching Race in the 21st Century: College Teachers Talk About Their Fears, Risks, and Rewards. Ed. Lisa Guerrero. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2008. 15-31.
"On the Trail of the Chicana/o Subject: Literary Texts and Contexts in the Formation of Chicana/o Studies" Multiethnic Literature and Canon Debates. Ed. Irma Maini and Mary Jo Bona. Albany: State University of New York Press. 2006. 41-60.
"A Canvas of Desire: The Radicalized and Sexualized Professor in the Classroom." MELIUS 30.2. 2005. 209-223.

JOANNE BARKER (Graduated Spring 2000)
Associate Professor of American Indian Studies, San Fransisco State University
Native Acts: Law, Recognition, and Cultural Authenticity. Durham: Duke University Press, 2010.
Red Scare: The State's Indigenous Terrorist. University of California Press, 2021. Publication awarded the Best Subsequent Book in Native American and Indigenous Studies Prize by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association.
Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Indigenous Studies in Race, Diaspora, and Indigeneity Studies at the University of Chicago, 2022-2023.

J. KEHAULANI KAUANUI (Graduated Spring 2000)
Professor of American Studies and Anthropology at Wesleyan University
Hawaiian Blood: Colonialism and the Politics of Sovereignty and Indigeneity. Duke University Press, 2008.
Paradoxes of Hawaiian Sovereignty: Land, Sex, and the Colonial Politics of State Nationalism. Duke University Press 2018.
Speaking of Indigenous Politics: Conversations with Activists, Scholars, and Tribal Leaders. University of Minnesota Press 2018.

GLEN MIMURA (Graduated Spring 2000)
Associate Professor of Film & Media Studies and Asian American Studies at UC Irvine
Ghostlife of Third Cinema: Asian American Film and Video. University of Minnesota Press, 2009.

MARIE “KETA” MIRANDA (Graduated Spring 2000)
Professor of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio
Homegirls in the Public Sphere. University of Texas Press, 2003.

1990s ^

MAURICE STEVENS (Graduated Fall 1999)
Professor of Comparative Studies at Ohio State University
Troubling Beginnings: Trans(per)forming African American History and Identity. Routledge, 2003.

CATRIONA ESQUIBEL (Graduated Spring 1999)
Professor of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University
Decolonize Your Diet: Mexican-­‐American Plant-­‐Based Recipes for Health and Healing. Co-authored with Luz Calvo. Arsenal Pulp Press, 2015.
With Her Machete in Her Hand: Reading Chicana Lesbians. University of Texas Press, 2006.

S. LOCHLANN JAIN (Graduated Spring 1999)
Associate Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University
Malignant: How Cancer Becomes Us. University of California Press, 2013
Injury: The Politics of Product Design and Safety Law in the United States. Princeton
University Press, 2006

SHERRIE TUCKER (Graduated Spring 1999)
Professor of American Studies at the University of Kansas
Dance Floor Democracy: The Social Geography of Memory at the Hollywood Canteen. Duke University Press, 2014.
Big Ears: Listening for Gender in Jazz Studies. Co-­edited with Nichole T. Rustin. Duke University Press, 2008.
Swing Shift: All-­‐Girl Bands of the 1940s. Duke University Press, 2000.

ANNJANETTE ROSGA (Graduated Fall 1998)
Director of Informing Change

ILENE FEINMAN (Graduated Spring 1997)
Social Movement Faculty, Master's in Professional Studies in Branding, School of Visual Arts, NYC
Professor Emerita, Democratic Participation and U.S. Cultures, School of Humanities and Communication
Dean, retired, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, California State University Monterey Bay
“Code Pink and Pink Soldiers: Reading Feminist Antimilitarism Anew,” commissioned for Handbook on Gender and War, editor Jenny Mathers, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 2015.
“Shock and Awe: Abu Ghraib, Women Soldiers, and Racially Gendered Torture,” in Tara McKelvey, ed. One of the Guys: Women as Aggressors and Torturers. Seal Press, 2007.
Encyclopedia entry: "Peace Movements" in Americans at War: Society, Culture, and the Homefront. editor, John S. Resch. Macmillan Reference. 2004.
"Learning Communities" TLA Newsletter, CSU Monterey Bay, 2002
Citizenship Rites: Feminist Soldiers and Feminist Antimilitarists. NYU Press, 2000.
"Women Warriors/Women Peacemakers: Will the Real Feminists Please Stand Up!" in Lois Lorentsen and J. Turpin, eds. Women and War Reader. New York: New York University Press, 1998.
"Reweaving the New World Order: An Ecofeminist Analysis," in Marci Darnovsky, et al., eds. Cultural Politics and Social Movements. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 1995.

TIMOTHY MURPHY (Graduated Summer 1997)
Associate Professor of Religious Studies at University of Alabama (In memoriam)
The Politics of Spirit: Phenomenology, Genealogy, Religion. State University of New York Press, 2010.
Representing Religion: Essays in History, Theory, and Crisis. Equinox Press, 2007.
Nietzsche, Metaphor, Religion. SUNY Press, 2001

CLAUDIA CASTANEDA (Graduated Fall 1996)
Senior Scholar-In-Residence at the Institute for Liberat Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies at Emerson College
Figurations: Child, Bodies, Worlds. Duke University Press, 2002.

MARCY DARNOVSKY (Graduated Fall 1996)
Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society
Beyond Bioethics: Toward a New Biopolitics. Co-edited with Osagie K. Obasogie; foreword by Troy Duster; afterword by Patricia J. Williams. University of California Press, 2018.
Cultural Politics and Social Movements. Co-edited with Barbara Epstein and Richard Flacks. Temple University Press, 1995.

JENNIFER GONZALEZ (Graduated Summer 1996)
Professor of History of Art and Visual Culture at UC Santa Cruz
Pepón Osorio. University of Minnesota Press, 2013.
Subject to Display: Reframing Race in Contemporary Installation Art. The MIT Press, 2008.

LORRAINE KENNY (Graduated Summer 1996)
Senior Program Strategist for the ACLU's Center for Liberty
Daughters of Suburbia: Growing Up White, Middle Class, and Female. Rutgers University Press 2000.

GEOVANNA DI CHIRO (Graduated Fall 1995)
Professor of Environmental Studies at Swarthmore College

JULIA ERHART (Graduated Fall 1995)
Associate Professor of Screen and Media at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia
The Children’s Hour. Queer Film Classics, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2024.
Gillian Armstrong: Popular, Sensual and Ethical Cinema. Edinburgh University Press, 2020.
Gendering History on Screen: Women Filmmakers and Historical Films. IB Tauris, 2018.

RAMONA FERNANDEZ (Graduated Fall 1995)
Professor Emerita of Writing, Rhetoric and American Culture at Michigan State University
Imagining Literacy: Rhizomes of Knowledge in American Culture and Literacy. University of Texas Press, 2001.

JOE DUMIT (Graduated Summer 1995)
Professor of Anthropology and Science and Technology Studies at UC Davis
Drugs for Life: Growing Health through Facts and Pharmaceuticals. Duke University Press, 2012.
Picturing Personhood: Brain Scans and Biomedical Identity. Princeton University Press, 2004.

JOHN HARTIGAN (Graduated Spring 1995)
Professor of Anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin
Aesop’s Anthropology: A Multispecies Approach. University of Minnesota Press, 2014.
Anthropology of Race: Biology, Genes, and Culture. School of Advanced Research Press, 2013.
What Can You Say? America’s National Conversation on Race. Stanford University Press, 2010.
Race in the 21st Century: Ethnographic Approaches. Oxford University Press, 2010.
Odd Tribes: Towards a Cultural Analysis of White People. Duke University Press, 2005.
Racial Situations: Class Predicaments of Whiteness in Detroit. Princeton University Press, 1999.

NANCY CAMPBELL (Graduated Spring 1995)
Professor of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Gendering Addiction: The Politics of Drug Treatment in a Neurochemical World. Co-authored with Elizabeth Ettorre. Palgrave-Macmillan, 2011.
The Narcotic Farm: The Rise and Fall of America’s First Prison for Drug Addicts. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2008.
Discovering Addiction: The Science and Politics of Substance Abuse Research. University of Michigan Press, 2007.
Using Women: Gender, Drug Policy, and Social Justice. Routledge, 2000.

LAURA KANG (Graduated Spring 1995)
Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at UC Irvine
Traffic in Asian Women. Duke University Press, 2020.
Echoes upon Echoes: New Korean American Writings Co-edited with Elaine H. Kim. Temple University Press, 2003.
Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/American Women. Duke University Press, 2002.

LAURA CHERNAIK (Graduated Winter 1995)
Psychotherapist, trainee at Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Social and Virtual Space: Science Fiction, Transnationalism, and the American New Right. Fairleigh Dickinson Press, 2005.

JULIA CREET (Graduated Fall 1994)
Associate Professor of English at York University
H.G. Adler: Life, Literature, Legacy. Co-edited with Sara Horowitz and Amira Dan. North Western University Press, 2016.
Memory and Migration–interdisciplinary approaches to memory studies. Co-edited with Andreas Kitzmann. University of Toronto Press, 2010.

CHRISTOPH COX (Graduated Summer 1994)
Dean of Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts and Professor of Culture & Media at The New School.
Sonic Flux: Sound, Art, and Metaphysics. University of Chicago Press, 2018.
Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music. Co-edited with Daniel Warner. Continuum/Bloomsbury, 2004; second edition in 2017.
Realism Materialism Art. Co-edited with Jenny Jaskey and Suhail Malik. Sternberg, 2015.
Nietzsche: Naturalism and Interpretation. University of California Press, 1999.

ELENA CREEF (Graduated Summer 1994)
Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Wellesley
The Life and Art of Mine Okubo: Following Her Own Road. University of Washington Press, 2008.

Imaging Japanese America: The Visual Construction of Citizenship, Nation, and the Body. NYU Press, 2004.

CHELA SANDOVAL (Graduated Fall 1993)
Associate Professor of Chicana Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara
Methodology of the Oppressed. University of Minnesota Press, 2000.
The Chicano Studies Reader: An Anthology of Aztlán, 1970-­‐2000. Co‐edited with Chon Noriega, Karen Mary Davelos, and Rafael Perez-­Torres. University of California Center for Chicano Research Center Publication, 2001.

RAUL VILLA (Graduated Summer 1993)
Professor of English at Occidental College
Los Angeles and the Future of Urban Cultures. Co-edited with George Sánchez. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.
Barrio‐Logos: Space and Place in Urban Chicano Literature and Culture. University of Texas Press, 2000.
Urban Latino Cultures: La vida latina en L.A. Co-edited with Michael Dear and Gustavo Leclerc. Sage Press, 1999.

MEGAN BOLER (Graduated Spring 1993)
Professor of Social Justice Education at University of Toronto
DIY Citizenship: Critical Making and Social Media. Co-edited with M. Ratto. MIT Press, 2014.

Discerning Critical Hope in Education. Co-edited with V. Bozalek, B. Leibowitz, R. Carollissen. Routledge, 2014.
Digital Media and Democracy: Tactics in Hard Times. MIT Press, 2010.
Democratic Dialogue in Education: Troubling Speech, Disturbing Silence. Peter Lang, 2004.
Feeling Power: Emotions and Education. Routledge, 1999.

SHARON GHAMARI-TABRIZI (Graduated Spring 1993)
The Worlds of Herman Kahn: The Intuitive Science of Thermonuclear War. Harvard University Press, 2005.

2023 National Women’s Hall of Fame Inductee
Associate Professor Emerita and Founding Director of the Advanced Communication Technologies Laboratory (ACTLab) at the University of Texas at Austin
Wolfgang Kohler Professor of Media and Performance Studies at the European Graduate School
University of California Humanities Research Institute Fellow
Senior Artist at The Banff Centre for the Arts
The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical Age. MIT Press, 1996.
"The Empire Strikes Back: A Posttranssexual Manifesto," In Body Guards: The Cultural Politics of Gender Ambiguity. Routledge, 1991.

EDWARD DIMENDBERG (Graduated Spring 1992)
Professor of Humanities and European Languages and Studies at the University of California, Irvine
Diller Scofidio + Renfro: Architecture after Images. University of Chicago Press, 2013.
Film Noir and the Spaces of Modernity. Harvard University Press, 2004.
The Weimar Republic Sourcebook. Co-edited with Anton Kaes and Martin Jay. University of California Press, 1994.

VICENTE DIAZ (Graduated Spring 1992)
Associate Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota
Repositioning the Missionary: Rewriting the Histories of Colonialism, Native Catholicism, and Indigeneity in Guam. University of Hawai’i, 2010.

RON EGLASH (Graduated Spring 1992)
Professor of Information at University of Michigan
Math Is a Verb: Activities and Lessons from Cultures Around the World. Co-edited with Jim Barta and Cathy Barkley. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2014.
Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power. Co-edited with J. Croissant, G. Di Chiro, and R. Fouché. University of Minnesota Press, 2004.
African Fractals: modern computing and indigenous design. Rutgers University Press, 1999.

VICKI KIRBY (Graduated Spring 1992)
Associate Professor in the School of Social Sciences and International Studies at the University of New South Wales
What if Culture was really Nature all Along? Edinburgh University Press, 2017.
Judith Butler: Pensamiento en Acción. Translated by Diego Luis Sanromán. Edicions Bellaterra, 2011.
Quantum Anthropologies: Life at Large. Duke University Press, 2011.
Telling Flesh: the Substance of the Corporeal. Routledge, 1997.

MARITA STURKEN (Graduated Spring 1992)
Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University
2023 Guggenheim Fellow
Terrorism in American Memory:  Memorials, Museums, and Architecture in the Post-9/11 Era, NYU Press, 2022.
Practices of Looking: An Introduction to Visual Culture. Co-­authored with Lisa Cartwright. Oxford University Press, Third Edition, 2018.
Tourists of History: Memory, Kitsch and Consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero. Duke University Press, 2007.
Thelma & Louise. British Film Institute Modern Classic Series, 2000.
Tangled Memories: The Vietnam War, the AIDS Epidemic and the Politics of Remembering. University of California Press, 1997.

KRISTAL BRENT ZOOK (Graduated Spring 1992)
Professor of Journalism, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
I See Black People: The Rise and Fall of African American-Owned Television and Radio, Bold Type Books, 2009
Black Women's Lives: Stories of Pain and Power, Hachette Book Group, 2009.
Color by Fox: The Fox Network and the Revolution in Black Television (W.E.B. Du Bois Institute), Oxford University Press, 1999.

JENNIFER TERRY (Graduated Fall 1991)
Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at UC Irvine
co-PhD advisers Donna Haraway and Barbara Epstein
UCSC undergrad, emphasis in Political Theory, 1980
Attachments to War: Biomedical Logics and Violence in Twenty-First-Century America. Duke, 2017.
An American Obsession: Science, Medicine, and Homosexuality in Modern Society. University of Chicago Press, 1999.
Processed Lives: Gender and Technology in Everyday LifeRoutledge, 1997.
Deviant Bodies: Critical Perspectives on Difference in Science and Popular Culture. Indiana University Press, 1995.

I have written articles and chapters on reproductive politics, the history of sexual science in the United States, contemporary scientific approaches to the sex lives of animals, love of objects, signature injuries of war, and the relationship between war-making practices and entertainment.

MARK REINHARDT (Graduated Fall 1991)
Professor of American Civilization at Williams College
Radical Future Pasts: Untimely Political Theory. Co-edited with Romand Coles and George Shulman. University of Kentucky Press, 2014.
Who Speaks for Margaret Garner? University of Minnesota Press, 2010.
Beautiful Suffering: Photography and the Traffic in Pain. Co-edited with Holly Edwards and Erina Duganne. University of Chicago Press with the Williams College Museum of Art, 2007.
Kara Walker: Narratives of a Negress. Co-edited with Ian Berry, Darby English and Vivian Patterson. MIT Press with the Tang Museum and Williams College Museum of Art, 2003.
The Art of Being Free: Taking Liberties with Tocqueville, Marx, and Arendt. Cornell University Press, 1997.

CHRIS HABLES GRAY (Graduated Spring 1991)
Lecturer at Crown College at University of California at Santa Cruz
Peace, War, and Computers. Routledge, 2005.
Cyborg Citizen: Politics in the Posthuman Age. Routledge, 2001.
Postmodern War: The New Politics of Conflict. Routledge Press, 1997.
Power‐Learning: Developing Effective Study Skills. E.O. Systems, Inc., 1992

MARY JOHN (Graduated Winter 1991)
Centre for Women's Development Studies, New Delhi, Women's Studies, Faculty Member
Discrepant Dislocations: Feminism, Theory and Postcolonial Histories. University of California Press, 1996.

NOEL STURGEON (Graduated Winter 1991)
Emeritus Professor of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies at Washington State University
Environmentalism in Popular Culture: Gender, Sexuality, Race, and the Politics of the Natural. University of Arizona Press, 2009.
Ecofeminist Natures: Race, Gender, Feminist Theory and Political Action. Routledge, 1997.

LISA BLOOM (Graduated Spring 1990)
Climate Change and the New Polar Aesthetics: Artists Reimagine the Arctic and Antarctic. Duke University Press, 2022.
Scholar in residence at the Beatrice Bains Research Group in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Berkeley
Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art: Ghosts of Ethnicity. Routledge, 2006.
With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture. University of Minnesota Press, 1999.
Gender on Ice: American Ideologies of Polar Expeditions. University of Minnesota Press, 1993.

1980s ^

LATA MANI (Graduated Summer 1989)
Personal Website
The Integral Nature of Things: Critical Reflections on the Present. Routledge, 2013.
SacredSecular: Contemplative Cultural Critique. Routledge, 2008.
Contentious Traditions: The Debate on Sati in Colonial India. University of California Press, 1998.

RICHARD MAHON (Graduated Spring 1989)
Dean of Academic Affairs at Allan Hancock College

JED RASULA (Graduated Spring 1989)
Helen S. Lanier Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Georgia
2023 Winner of the Albert Christ-Janer Award for Creative Research

CAROL MAVOR (Graduated Spring 1989)
Professor of Art History and Visual Studies at the University of Manchester
Aurelia: Art and Literature Through the Mouth of the Fairy Tale. Reaktion Books, 2017.
FULL. Co-created with Megan Powell. 39 minutes. 2015.
Blue Mythologies: Reflections on a Color. Reaktion Books, 2013.
Black and Blue: The Bruising Passion of Camera Lucida, La Jetée, Sans Soleil and Hiroshima mon amour. Duke University Press, 2012.
Reading Boyishly: J.M. Barrie, Roland Barthes, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Marcel Proust and D.W. Winnicott. Duke University Press, 2007.
Becoming: The Photographs of Clementina, Viscountess Hawarden. Duke University Press, 1999.
Pleasures Taken: Performances of Sexuality and Loss in Victorian Photographs. Duke University Press, 1995.

PAUL N. EDWARDS (Graduated Spring 1988)
William J. Perry Fellow in International Security at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University
Professor of Information and History at the University of Michigan

A Vast Machine: Computer Models, Climate Data, and the Politics of Global Warming.
MIT Press, 2010.
Changing the Atmosphere: Expert Knowledge and Environmental Governance. MIT Press, 2001.
Changing Life: Genomes, Ecologies, Bodies, Commodities. Co-edited with Peter J. Taylor and Saul E. Halfon. University of Minnesota Press, 1997.
The Closed World: Computers and the Politics of Discourse in Cold War America. MIT Press, 1996.

RUTH FRANKENBERG (Graduated Spring 1988)
In Memoriam
Living Spirit, Living Practice: Poetics, Politics, Epistemology. Duke University Press,
White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness. University of Minnesota Press, 1993.

ZOE SOFOULIS (Graduated Spring 1988)
Adjunct Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University
Future Bodies: Zur Visualisierung von Körpern in Science und Fiction. Co-edited with Ien Ang, Ruth Barcan, Helen Grace, Elaine Lally, and Justine Lloyd. Springer, 1997.
Whose Second Self? Gender and (Ir)rationality in Computer Culture. Deakin University Press, 1993.

CAREN KAPLAN (Graduated Fall 1987)
Honorary Doctorate, University of Southern Denmark, 2023.
Aerial Aftermaths: Colonial Wartime from Above. Duke University Press, 2018.
Life in the Age of Drone Warfare. Co-edited with Lisa Parks. Duke University Press, 2017.
Introduction to Women’s Studies: Gender in a Transnational World. Co-authored and co-edited with Inderpal Grewal. McGraw-Hill, 2001.
Between Woman and Nation: Transnational Feminisms and the State. Co-edited with Norma Alarcón and Minoo Moallem. Duke University Press, 1999.
Questions of Travel: Postmodern Discourses of Displacement. Duke University Press, 1996.
Scattered Hegemonies: Postmodernity and Transnational Feminist Practices. Co-edited with Inderpal Grewal. University of Minnesota Press, 1994.
Dissertation under the direction of James Clifford, “The Poetics of Displacement: Exile, Immigration, and Travel in Contemporary Autobiographical Writing,” 1987.

KATIE KING (Graduated Fall 1987)
Professor Emerita of Women’s Studies at the University of Maryland
Networked Reenactments: Stories Transdisciplinary Knowledges Tell. Duke University Press, 2011.
Theory in its Feminist Travels: Conversations in U.S. Women's Movements. Indiana University Press, 1994.

CAROLE McCANN (Graduated Summer 1987)
Professor of Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Figuring the Population Bomb: Gender and Demography in the Mid-­‐Twentieth Century. Co-edited with Rebecca Herzig and Banu Subramaniam. University of Washington Press, 2016.
Feminist Theory Reader: Local and Global Perspectives. Co-edited with Seung-Kyung Kim. Routledge Press, 2003.
Birth Control Politics in the United States, 1916-­‐1945. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994.

VALERIE HARTOUNI (Graduated Spring 1987)
Professor of Communication at UC San Diego
Visualizing Atrocity: Arendt, Evil, and the Optics of Thoughtlessness. New York University Press, 2012.
Cultural Conceptions: On Reproductive Technologies and the Remaking of Life. University of Minnesota Press, 1997.

T.V. REED (Graduated Fall 1986)
Buchanan Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and American Studied at Washington State University
Former Director of American Studies at Washington State University
Postmodern Realist Fiction: Resisting Master Narratives, 1960-2020 (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021).Book surveying a host of novels that use disruptive postmodernist techniques to make realistic interventions with regard to social issues including racism, income inequality, sex/gender nonconformity, immigration, the climate crisis and environmental justice, ever-shifting technocultural patterns, and the rise of new forms of authoritarianism.
Digitized Lives: Culture, Power and Social Change in the Internet Era. (NY and London: Routledge Press, 2019 [2nd ed]). Examines digital culture formations in terms of their impact of social justice in the US and globally.
The Art of Protest: Culture and Activism from the Civil Rights Movement to the Present (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019 [2nd ed.]) A history of U.S. social movements from the 1950s to the present, focusing on the roles played by cultural and aesthetic forms in shaping social change.
Robert Cantwell and the Literary Left: A Northwest Writer Reworks American Fiction. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2014). Uses the case study of a neglected US author to reexamine the radical literary movement of the Depression era and its aftermath.
Fifteen Jugglers, Five Believers: Literary Politics and the Poetics of American Social Movements  (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992) Book arguing for “postmodern realism” as a theory of literary, cultural and political production entwined with “new social movement” struggles.
Novels in Progress:
Cult Theo. A serio-comic novel about academic life during the rise of cultural theory amidst social activism in the 1980s.
Small Doses of Death. Mystery novel set in contemporary Santa Cruz, CA, featuring a former English graduate student turned private detective investigating a heinous corporate crime.

JOSÉ RABASA (Graduated Spring 1985)
Professor Emeritus of Latin American Literature at UC Berkeley
The Oxford History of Historical Writing, Volume III: 1400-1800. Co-edited with Masayuki Sato, Edoardo Tortorolo and Daniel Woolf. Oxford University Press, 2012.
Tell me the Story of How I Conquered You: Elsewheres and Ethnosuicide in the Colonial Mesoamerican World. University of Texas Press, 2011. 
Without History: Subaltern Studies, the Zapatista Insurgency, and the Specters of History. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2010. 
Writing Violence on the Northern Frontier: The Historiography of Sixteenth-Century New Mexico and Florida and the Legacy of Conquest. Duke University Press, 2000
Inventing America: Spanish Historiography and the Formation of Eurocentrism. University of Oklahoma Press, 1993.

DIANE LEBOW (Graduated Winter 1985)
President Emerita of the Bay Area Travel Writers, Inc.
Professor Emerita of Humanities and Women’s Studies at Cañada College
"Dancing on the Wine-Dark Sea: Memoir of a Trailblazing Woman's Travels, Adventures, and Romance." Granitrose Press. 2021.
Selfhood in Free Fall: Novels by Black and White American Women. University of California, Santa Cruz, 1985.

With one of the first PhDs in feminist history and culture, Diane was an early pioneer for women’s rights and studies, receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award from Douglass College (Rutgers University) for her writing, photography, women’s rights’ work, and college teaching. Her work, which has garnered numerous awards, has been widely published in popular anthologies as well as in numerous print and online publications. A former professor in the Netherlands, France, and the USA, Diane is President emerita of the Bay Area Travel Writers and a popular lecturer.

CANDACE FALK (Graduated Spring 1984)
Director of the Emma Goldman Papers
Emma Goldman: A Documentary Edition of the American Years, Vol. 3: Light and Shadows 1910-­‐1916. Co-edited with Jessica Moran and Barry Pateman. University of California Press, 2012.
Emma Goldman: A Documentary Edition of the American Years, Vol. 2: Making Speech Free 1902-­‐1909. Co-edited with Jessica Moran and Barry Pateman. University of California Press, 2005.
Emma Goldman: A Documentary Edition of the American Years, Vol. 1: Made for America: 1890-­‐1901. Co-edited with Jessica Moran and Barry Pateman. University of California Press, 2003.
Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman, a biography. Rutgers University Press, 1990.
Emma Goldman: A Guide to Her Life and Documentary Sources. Co-edited with Thomas Chadwyck. Healey Inc., 1995.

I am completing Emma Goldman: Democracy Disarmed- 1917-1919, the last of a four-volume series on Emma Goldman’s American Years -1890-1919. — Forever a champion of free speech, she was deported but never defeated.

The level of historical detail required in the preparation of an annotated documentary edition has been incredibly challenging.  

The Guardian named the first two volumes (Made for America 1890-1901/ Making Speech Free 1902-1909) among “The Best 10 Books in Radical History.” 

Remarkably my very first book, directly related to my work as a HistCon student—Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman—was named by the New York Times among the Best Books of the Year 1984, revised and reprinted in paperback several times, recently reissued by Rutgers University Press in its “Classics Series.” Its new introduction reflects the changes in its reception from a scandalous reveal of Emma’s conflicted love life, to a more balanced understanding of the deeper and more common issues of the difficulty we all have in matching our vision with reality. This was especially true for Emma Goldman, a spokesperson for free love, who believed that her jealousy turned her into someone foreign to herself. Based on serendipitously discovered and unknown love letters, I reconstructed the compelling narrative of her life.

BETTINA APTHEKER (Graduated Winter 1983)
Distinguished Professor of Feminist Studies and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at UC Santa Cruz
Intimate Politics: How I Grew Up Red, Fought for Free Speech and Became a Feminist Rebel. Da Capo Press, 2006.
Tapestries of Life: Women’s Work, Women’s Consciousness and the Meaning of Daily Experience. University of Massachusetts Press, 1989.
Woman’s Legacy: Essays on Race, Sex & Class in American History. University of Massachusetts Press, 1982.
The Morning Breaks: The Trial of Angela Davis. Cornell Univerity Press, 1976.

SUSAN FOSTER (Graduated Winter 1982)
Distinguished Professor in the Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance at UCLA
Choreographing Empathy: Kinesthesia in Performance. Routledge, 2011.
Dances That Describe Themselves: The Improvised Choreography of Richard Bull. Wesleyan University Press, 2002
Choreography and Narrative Ballet’s Staging of Story and Desire. Indiana University Press, 1996.
Reading Dancing: Bodies and Subjects in Contemporary American Dance. University of California Press, 1986.

SHARON TRAWEEK (Graduated Winter 1982)
Associate Professor of Gender Studies and History at UCLA

Recent publications in 'critical university studies':
I Prefer the Map,” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, Vol 7, No 2 (2021), pp 56-64. See comments by Subramaniam, Harding, Mikami, Núñez, Suarez, and Sørensen.
- "Let Canons Burn?" Anthropology Now, 12.3 (2021): 34-38.
- Questing Excellence in Academia: A Tale of Two Universities by Knut H. Sørensen and Sharon Traweek (2022), The digital version of the book is free; click on the title to access the link. 
My first book, also on knowledge making communities, remains in print: Beamtimes and Lifetimes: the World of High Energy Physicists (1988). 

Oral History Booth 2018 Sharon Traweek | STS Infrastructures 
An Interview with 2020 4S Bernal Prize Winner Sharon Traweek Receiving that 2020 prize for “distinguished contributions to the field of STS” from the increasingly transdisciplinary, non-national Society for Social Studies of Science, has been a daunting experience since about half the recipients were listed in my 1982 dissertation.

(Graduated Spring 1980)
War Against the Panthers: A Study of Repression in America. Harlem River Press, 2009.

BARRY M. KATZ (Graduated Winter 1980)
Professor of Design at California College of the Arts
Make it New: The History of Silicon Valley Design. MIT Press, 2015.
NONOBJECT: Design Fictions. Co-authored Branko Lukic. MIT Press, 2011.
Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation. Co-authored with Tim Brown. Harper Collins, 2009.
Technology and Culture. A Historical Romance. Stanford University Press, 1990.
Foreign Intelligence. Research and Analysis in the Office of Strategic Services, 1942-­1945. Harvard University Press, 1989.
Herbert Marcuse and the Art of Liberation. An Intellectual Biography. Verso, 1982.

1970s ^

SALLY WAGNER (Graduated Spring 1978)
Executive Director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation
Matilda Joslyn Gage: She Who Holds the Sky. Sky Carrier Press, 1998.