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Mary Romero

      

Eric Margolis
Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
College of Education
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-2411
(602) 965-0131
margolis@asu.edu

                                  EDUCATION
                                             

Ph.D. University of Colorado, (1978) Sociology.
 
Doctoral Dissertation: The Politics of Understanding.
Analyzes the structures and functions of paradigms in sociology and education, and designs a model for the use of non-print media in interactive research.
B.A. State University of New York, New Paltz, (1969) Sociology.
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 
TEACHING POSITIONS

Associate Professor, Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Arizona State University, 2001-present.

Assistant Professor, Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Arizona State University, 1995-2001.

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Oregon, 1992-95.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Oregon, 1990-92.

Lecturer, Department of American Studies, Yale University, 1986.

Instructor, Connecticut Humanities Program, 1986-1987.

Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado, 1982-1985.

Assistant Professor, Chicano Studies, University of Colorado, 1981.

Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado, 1979.

Instructor, Department of Sociology, Regis College, Denver, CO, 1976-1977.

Instructor, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado, 1970-1975.

RESEARCH POSITIONS

Core Faculty and Member, Workgroup on Youth Conflict and Mediation, 1997-1999.
 
The project is an ethnographic study of Tempe High School students to: 1) identify how city youth experience conflict in their everyday life; 2) learn how youth manage conflict; and, 3) discover whether and how “indigenous” mediation influences conflict management. Funded by the ASU Center for Urban Studies.
 
Co-Principal Investigator, “Drug Resistance Strategies Project,” 1997-1998.
 
A project funded by the National Institute On Drug Abuse involving Pennsylvania State University, Arizona State University and the Phoenix Union High School District. Development and evaluation of a drug resistance curriculum including video programs for middle school students.
 
Co-Principal Investigator, “Drug Resistance Strategies Minority Project,” 1996-1997.
 
A collaboration between Arizona State University and the Phoenix Union High School District. Funded by Community Partnership of Phoenix with funds provided by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention.
 
Co-Principal Investigator, “Exploring Intergroup Relations,” 1996.
 
A multidisciplinary study of ethnic identity among inner city youth in Phoenix, AZ. The ethnographic field study of Black, White and Latino youth focused on group identity and conception of race and identity. Funded by a Faculty Grant-in-Aid from Arizona State University.
 
Research Scientist, Oregon Research Institute, 1993-1996. Co-Principle Investigator, “Behavioral Aspects of STD Transmission in Street Youth.”
 
A longitudinal study of the social networks of runaway/homeless adolescents examining factors associated with transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
 
Research Associate, Pacific Management and Research Associates, 1990.
 
Data collection, analysis, and lead author on a series of studies of California's alternative education programs.
 
Director of Research, Youth Environment Study, San Francisco, CA, 1988-1990.
 
One of the National AIDS Demonstration Research Projects. Conducted formative summative process evaluation of a street-based outreach project. Supervised and administered the national evaluation questionnaire. Quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Published research papers.
 
Visiting Fellow, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1986-1987.
 
Program of Resources for the Improvement of Minority Education: Educational program assessment and evaluation, data collection, analysis, and report writing. Chancellor's Commission on Minimum Standards: Research and report writing on the social context of the New York City public school system. Exxon Educational Foundation: Research on programs and trends in engineering education for ethnic minority students. Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program: Assessment and evaluation of an engineering enrichment program for Hartford middle school students.
 
Consultant, “Resistance to Renaissance,” Valentine Museum, Richmond, VA, 1985-1986.
 
Videotaped oral history interviews with citizens of Richmond for a museum program on race relations.
 
Project Director, “A Visual History of Colorado Coal Fields,” Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation Program, Denver, CO, 1984-86.
 
Conducted a visual survey of the Colorado coal fields, including more than 250 original photographs taken with a 4X5 view camera. Produced a photographic exhibit of 146 photos including both historic views and “re-photographs” of the same views as they appear today. The exhibit toured Colorado in 1986. Completed the nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places for the site of the Ludlow Massacre.
 
Project Director, “Hanging Fire,” National Science Foundation Grant, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado, 1980-82.
 
Researched, wrote, photographed and produced a 45-minute videotape documentary on energy development in Northwest Colorado. Program shown throughout Colorado and purchased by libraries and educational institutions.
 
Research Team Leader, President's Commission on Coal, Washington, DC, 1979.
 
Directed an ethnographic and photographic research project in Central Appalachia. Coordinated a four-member team including journalists and photographers. Reports and photographs were included in the Commission's illustrated report on living conditions in the coal fields.
 
Principle Investigator, Coal Project, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado, 1977-1980, National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
 
Researched, wrote, produced and directed three one-hour video documentaries on the history of western coal miners. Conducted ethnographic interviews with retired coal miners in the Rocky Mountain region. Collected 12,000 photographs and 200 hours of color broadcast-quality videotape. Established an oral history archive at the Western Historical Collections, University of Colorado.
 
Consultant, “Construction Worker Profile,” Mountain West Research, Tempe, AZ, 1977.
 
Social impact assessment research about construction workers on western water projects.
 
Consultant, “Tri-County S.E.P.,” Bureau of Land Management, Denver, 1976.
 
Social impact assessment of three counties in Northwest Colorado.
 
Research Assistant, Educational Systems Project, Study Commission on Undergraduate Education and the Training of Teachers, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1972-1974.
  Conducted research on the sociology of education and published papers on paradigms in education.
 
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Research Director, Youth Environment Study, San Francisco, CA. 1989-90.
 
Assessment and evaluation of a NIDA funded ethnographic research and street-based AIDS education and outreach effort. I was principally responsible for research design, questionnaire administration, data management, quantitative and qualitative analysis. Directed a staff of five.
 
Project Director and Co-Principal Investigator, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1974-1987.
 
Wrote proposals and administered projects including staff of up to 14 persons. Designed research methodologies, collected data and conducted interviews with research subjects. Analyzed data, wrote final reports.
 
President, Intermountain Video Associates, Boulder, Colorado, 1976-1984.
 
Co-owner of a company producing education and training programs and videotapes.

 

PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

Images of the American Dream: Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education in Context,With Michele S.Moses and Marina Gair. Under Contract, Thomson/Wadsworth.
 
The Blackwell Companion to Social Inequalities, [edited volume] with Mary Romero. August 2005, Blackwell. 612 pages
 
The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education
, [edited volume] New York and London: Routledge (2001) 238 pages. Reprinted in Mandarin Chinese 2004.

AIDS Research/AIDS Policy: Competing Paradigms of Science and Public Policy [edited volume]. Research in Social Policy Volume 6 (1998) Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. 186 pages.

Western Coal Mining as a Way of Life, special issue of the Journal of the West, (1985) Vol. XXIV, No. 3. 115 pages.

 
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 
"The Visible Curriculum: Shooting Student Bodies" with Sheila M. Fram being written for History of Education Journal special issue "The Body of the School Child in the History of Education."
 
"In the Viewfinder: Intersections of race, class, gender and the teaching body." with Sheila M. Fram. Under the review by The Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies for a special issue of on "The Teacher's Body."
 
"Through A Lens Darkly: Urban Schools and the Photographic Imagination" Urban Education (Under Review).
 
"Images of Assimilation: Photographs of Indian Schools in Arizona" (with Jeremy Rowe). History of Education. (Vol 33 no. 2 2004 pp. 199-230)
 
"Looking at Discipline, Looking at Labor: Photographic Representations of Indian Boarding Schools." Visual Studies (Vol. 19 no 1 April 2004 pp 72-96).
 
Surviving "Survivors": A Review of An Interactive Program on the Holocaust” Current Issues in Education Vol 4 No. 3 April 6, 2001. A peer-reviewed journal on the internet at http://cie.ed.asu.edu/volume4/number3/

“Manufacturing Assimilation: Photographs of Indian Schools in Arizona” (with Jeremy Rowe) Journal of Educational Theory and Practice forthcoming 2001.

“Life is Life: One Family’s Struggle in the Southern Colorado Coal Fields” Colorado Heritage Summer 2000.

“Integrating Sociology: Observations on Race and Gender Relations in Sociology Graduate Programs ” (with Mary Romero), Race and Society (Vol 2 No.1-2, 1999) pp. 1-24.

“Between Feast and Famine: Coal Communities in the American West,” Community in the American West (1999) Vol. 21 of the Halcyon Series, Stephen Tchudi (Ed.) University of Nevada Press.  Pp. 175-199.

“Class Pictures: Representations of Race, Gender and Ability in a Century of School Photography,” Visual Sociology (Vol 14 No. 1-2,1999)Pp 7-38.

Reprinted in Education Policy Analysis Archives (Vol. 8 No 31, July 4, 2000) Online at http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v8n31/
 

“Honorable Mention” Year 2000 Award for Best Article in an Electronic Journal' by the Communication of Research Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association.

“Picturing Labor: A Visual Ethnography of the Coal Mine Labor Process,” Visual Sociology (1999) Vol 17 No. 2. Pp 1-30

Reprinted in Visual Research Methods a 4 volume set Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Series. Forthcoming 2006.

“The Department is Very Male, Very White, Very Old, and Very Conservative”: The Functioning of the Hidden Curriculum in Graduate Sociology Departments” (with Mary Romero) The Harvard Educational Review. (1998) Vol. 68 No. 1 pp. 1-32.

Reprinted in Stephen Ball (ed.) Sociology of Education: Major Themes. Volume III Institutions and Processes London: Routledge. 2000 pp. 1276-1311.

Reprinted in J. Segarra and R. Dobles (eds.) learning as a political act: struggles for learning and learning from struggles Cambridge, MA Harvard Educational Review Reprint Series No. 33. 1999 pp. 239-288. 

“Images in Struggle: Photographs of Colorado Coal Camps.” Visual Sociology, (1994) Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 4-26.

“Video Ethnography: Toward a Reflexive Paradigm for Documentary,” (1994) Jump Cut 39,  pp. 122-131.

“Drug Policy in the Time of AIDS: The Development of the San Francisco Outreach Model,” (with Robert Broadhead) The Sociological Quarterly (1993) Vol. 34, No. 3, pp.  497-522.

“Visual Ethnography: Tools for Mapping the AIDS Epidemic,” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (1990) Vol 19, No. 3, October, pp. 370-391.

“In the Footsteps of Russell Lee,” Transaction‑Society, (1989) Vol. 26, No. 2, Jan.-Feb., pp. 77‑83. 

“Mining Photographs: Unearthing the Meaning of Historical Photos,” Radical History Review, (1988) No. 40, January pp. 32‑48. 

“Tending the Beets: Campesinas and the Great Western Sugar Company,” (with Mary Romero) Revista Mujeres, (1985) Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp. 17‑27. 

“Colorado Coal People: Images from Turn-of-the-Century Coal Communities,” Colorado Heritage, (1984) Issue 4, pp. 10‑24. 

 
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Two photo essays: "’Civilizing’ the Indians” and The Coal Miners' Struggle in David M. Newman Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life 6th Edition Pine Forge Press. (2005).

Five photo essays: “African Americans”, “Asian Americans”, “Latinos”, “White Ethnics,” and “Native Americans” in Joseph F. Healey Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Class: The Sociology of Group Conflict and Change, (2005) 4th edition, Pine Forge Press. 

“Colorado’s Wobbly Strike” pp. 13-54 in Lowell May and Richard Myers (eds.) Slaughter in Serene: The Columbine Coal Strike Reader Denver, Colorado, Industrial Workers of the World and Bread and Roses Workers' Cultural Center (2005).

Liberal documentary goes to school: Farm Security Administration photographs of students and teachers pp. 107-115 in David Holloway and John Beck (eds)American Visual Cultures (2005) London and New York: Continuum

Peekaboo: Hiding and Outing the Curriculum (with Michael Soldatenko, Sandra Acker and Marina Gair) in Eric Margolis (ed.)  The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education, New York and London: Routledge (2001).

“In the Image and Likeness...” How Mentoring Functions in the Hidden Curriculum (with Mary Romero) in Eric Margolis (ed.)  The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education, New York and London: Routledge (2001).

Dissed in the Department: Women of Color Graduate Students Talk about Integrating Sociology (with Mary Romero) in Larry T. Reynolds (ed.)  Self‑Analytic Sociology: Essays and Exploration in the Reflexive Mode, Magner Publishing, Rockport, TX 2000 pp. 568-618.

“Picturing Labor: Photographs of the Coal Mine Labor Process” Conference Proceedings Work, Difference and Social Change: New Perspectives on Work and Workers Two Decades after Braverman's Labor and Monopoly Capital.  State University of New York at Binghamton. 1998 pp. 265-277.

“Sexual Behavior and Condom Use Among Injection Drug Users” (with Lisa Catanzarite), ) in Eric Margolis (ed.) AIDS Research/AIDS Policy: Competing Paradigms of Science and Public Policy.  Volume 6 of the JAI series Research in Social Policy.  1998 pp. 59-82.

“Public School Policies in the Age of AIDS” (with Tina Richerson) in Eric Margolis (ed.) AIDS Research/AIDS Policy: Competing Paradigms of Science and Public Policy.  Volume 6 of Research in Social Policy.  1998 pp. 83-101.

“Evaluating Outreach in San Francisco,” Community-Based AIDS Prevention: Studies of Intravenous Drug Users and their Sexual Partners, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1991.

“The Greater Evil: Radical Unions and the End of Industrial Feudalism,” (with Mary Romero) in John Stanfield (ed.) Research in Social Policy: Critical, Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, (1987) Vol. I, pp. 109‑144. 

“Paradigms, Disciplines and Human Understanding” in Edward Rose (ed.), Forms and Formulations of Education, (1976) University of Nebraska Press, pp. 16‑44.

 “Three Static Explanations for Describing Education: Parsons, Skinner and Smith,” in Edward Rose (ed.), Forms and Formulations of Education, (1976) University of Nebraska Press, pp. 56‑75.

 
 
REVIEW ESSAYS

Encyclopedia Entry on Search for a Method by Jean Paul Sartre for George Ritzer et. al (Eds) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Forthcoming (November 2006) (London and New York, Blackwell publications).

Milson, Andrew J.; Bohn, Chara Haeussler; Glanzer, Perry L. and Null, J. Wesley. (Eds.) (2004). Readings in American Educational Thought: From Puritanism to Progessivism. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.  The Education Review a peer‑reviewed electronic journal.  October 17, 2005 http://edrev.asu.edu/reviews/rev432.htm

Blind Spots: Thoughts for Visual Sociology Upon Reading Martin Jay's

“Downcast Eyes: The Denigration of Vision in Twentieth‑Century French Thought”. Web Site of the International Visual Sociology Association.

“Hogwarts Labeled an Underperforming School” A Review of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix The Education Review a peer‑reviewed electronic journal.January 19, 2004.  http://edrev.asu.edu/reviews/rev246.htmm

The Color of Bureaucracy: The Politics of Equity in Multicultural Communities

by Colleen L. Larson and Carlos J. Ovando, Urban Education 38 (6) Nov. 2003 pp. 750-757.

“The McDonaldization of Higher Education” edited by Dennis Hayes and Robin Wynyard, Journal of Higher Education, Vol 75 no. 3 May/June 2004 pp. 368-370.

“Wherever I Go, I Will Always be an American: Schooling Seattle’s Japanese Americans during World War Two”, by Yoon K. Pak; and “Schools Behind Barbed Wire: The Untold Story of Wartime Internment and the Children of Arrested Enemy Aliens”, by Karen L. Riley, Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 32 no. 4, July 2003, pp. 509-511.     

“Software Review: Thumbs Plus” IVSA Newsletter Fall 2002 pp. 14-15.

American Archives: Gender. Race, and Class in Visual Culture by Shawn Michelle Smith. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. IVSA Newsletter Spring 2002 pp. 12-13.

“Encountering The Pedagogy of the Oppressed” Taboo: The Journal of Culture and EducationRemembering Paulo Freire. Vol. II, Fall 1997 pp 113-116.

“The Matter with Kids Today,” Humanity and Society (1996) Vol. 20 No 2, pp. 97-100.

“Mining Town: The Photographic Record of T.N. Barnard and Nellie Stockbridge from the Coeur d’Alenes.”  Visual Sociology (1995) Vol. 10 No. 1-2 1995.

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS:

Excerpts from my visual ethnographies appear in Warren, Carol A. B. And Tracy X. Karner, Discovering Qualitative Methods: Field Research, Interviews, and Analysis Los Angeles, CA Roxbury Press, 2005.

Visual Ethnography of Education in Diana Papademas Visual Sociology: Teaching with Film/Video Photography and Visual Media.  Washington D.C., American Sociological Association, 2002.

“Making the Invisible Visible: Photographing the hidden curricula in Higher Education,” IVSA Newsletter Autumn 1998: 5-8.
 

REPORTS

Year One Process Report “Drug Resistance Strategies Project” National Institute on Drug Abuse project 2RO1DA05629-05.

Educational Options for the 21st Century: Needs Assessment for California's Alternative Education Programs (May, 1990), and Review of Educational Options for California's Youth (December, 1990), Pacific Management and Research Associates.  Alternative Education Unit Youth, Adult and Alternative Educational Services Division, California Department of Education.

Year One of the NIDA Demonstration Project: The Process Evaluator's Report (1988).  National Institute on Drug Abuse, Community Research Branch (projects 5RO1DAV4319-03 and 5R18DA05879-01).

Report to the Field: A Descriptive Analysis of Programs and Trends in Engineering Education for Ethnic Minority Students (October, 1986) by Edmund Gordon, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University.

Report to the Chancellor from the Chancellor's Commission on Minimum Standards: Contextual Factors Influencing the Setting and Implementation of Minimum Standards (1986) Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale

Energy Activity in the West, with Ronald I. McMahan and Porter Bennett, (1981) Abt/West. 

Contributed to The American Coal Miner: A Report on Community and Living Conditions in the Coal Fields, (1980) the President's Commission on Coal, John D. Rockefeller IV, Chairman. 

A Social‑Economic Profile of the Tri‑County Region of Northwestern Colorado, (1976) Bureau of Land Management, Colorado State Office.

 
MEDIA PRODUCTIONS
BROADCAST VIDEO

Out of the Depths‑‑The Miners' Story, a 60‑minute segment of the PBS series “A Walk Through the 20th Century with Bill Moyers.”  The Corporation for Entertainment and Learning.  Broadcast September 5, 1984.

Contributed to The Image Makers, a 30‑minute segment for the PBS series “A Walk Through the 20th Century with Bill Moyers.”  Broadcast June 27, 1984.

The Life of the Western Coal Miner.  A series produced for public broadcast.  Boulder, CO:  Institute of Behavioral Science.  Episode I:  “Toil and Rage in a New Land,” 60 minutes, broadcast KBDI, Broomfield, CO, 1980.  Episode II:  “Out of the Depths,” 60 minutes, 1981.  Episode III:  “Hard Times, Soft Coal,” 60 minutes, 1984.  

 
EDUCATIONAL VIDEO

In Plain Sight: Hidden Curricula in Higher Education (executive producer) a documentary written shot and edited by Guy Mullins and Marina Gair. (1999-2000)

Drug Resistance Strategies Project, two 10 minute videotapes: The Ride and

Ain’t no Game. South Mountain High School and Arizona State University, 1998.

Drug Resistance Strategies Minority Project, Formative-Summative Process Evaluation Videotape, 1997.

Drug Resistance Strategies Minority Project, two 10 minute videotapes: Refuse and Leave. South Mountain High School and Arizona State University, 1997.

Contributed to Out of Darkness: The Mine Workers' Story, a 90-minute documentary produced by Cabin Creek Films for the United Mine Workers of America Centennial Convention, September 17-26, 1990.

Resistance to Renaissance, a 45-minute videotape on display in an exhibit on race relations in Richmond, VA, the Valentine Museum. (1986)

Nuclear Winter Forum, a 60-minute videotape, Boulder County Nuclear War Education Committee, Boulder, CO. (1985)

Out of the Earth, three short film-loops for an exhibit on Colorado's mining history for the Colorado State Museum (1985).

Hanging Fire: The Boom That Wasn't, a 45-minute videotape on the history of energy development in Northwest Colorado, National Science Foundation, Washington D.C. (1982).

Coal Mining as a Way of Life: Three Documents, 60 minute videotape. “Hard Times, Soft Coal,” “Black Lung,” and “Coal Miners Look at Strip Mining,” Colorado Humanities Program (1979).

Plant Training Film Series, nine 10-minute videotapes, Cordero Mine, Gillette, WY. 1981.

Occupation Orientation Film Series, six 30-minute videotapes, Cordero Mine, Gillette, WY. 1980.

Mining Coal Western Style, 20-minute 16 mm film, Energy Fuels Corporation. 1977.

 
PHOTO EXHIBITS AND MULTI-MEDIA

Images in Struggle: Photographs of Colorado Coal Towns,Poster session, American Sociological Association Annual Meetings August, Miami, FL (1993).

A Visual History of Colorado Coal Fields, exhibit of 146 photographs, including historic photographs and “re-photographs.” Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation Program, Denver, CO. (1985).

Coal Mining as a Way of Life, 60-minute multimedia show, Colorado Humanities Program (1976).

 

HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS
Dec,2005 President, International Visual Sociology Association.
   
June, 1999 President, College Council, College of Education, ASU.
 
May 1999
Chair, Committee on Committees, Society for the Study of Social Problems.
 
February, 1998
President, Sociology of Education Association.
 
October, 1997
Drug Resistance Strategies Project. With Michael Hecht, Flavio Marsiglia, and Cristina Gonzalez. National Institute on Drug Abuse.
 
December, 1996
HS 02625, Drug Resistance Strategies Minority Project. With Michael Hecht, Flavio Marsiglia, and Cristina Gonzalez.
 
June, 1996
“Exploring Intergroup Relations” Faculty Grant in Aid, Arizona State University. (With Marjorie Zatz, Mary Romero, Lisa Flores and Flavio Marsiglia .
 
June, 1994
“Behavioral Aspects of STD Transmission in Street Youth” (With John Noell and Paul Rhode) National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, NIH.
 
February, 1994
Junior Professorship Development Award, University of Oregon
 
January, 1993
Junior Professorship Development Grant, University of Oregon.
 
July, 1991
"Women's Lives and Accounts of the Western Coal Mines” (with Mary Romero) Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon.
 
1986
Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Program of Resources for the Improvement of Minority Education, Institution of Social and Policy Studies, Yale University.
 
June 25, 1984 Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation Project C10399.
 
May 30, 1980 National Science Foundation, Grant No. OSS-8016367.
 
June 1, 1977
National Endowment for the Humanities, Grant No. 76-070210-481.
 
March 19, 1976 Colorado Humanities Program, Grant No. P68-0276-32.
 
1975-1976
The Frederick Alexander Bushee Award for Excellence in Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado.
 
June 1, 1975 Colorado Humanities Program, Grant No. P39-0475-19.c
 
1965 New York State Regents Scholarship

 

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AT MEETINGS
2005
"Schooling the Body" with Sheila Fram, International Visual Sociology Association, Dublin, Ireland. August 3-5.
   
2005 "Urban Schools and the Photographic Imagination" Sociology of Education Association, Monterey CA Feb 18-20
   
2005 "The Hidden Curriculum and Chicano/a Studies" invited presentation Higher Education in the Crosshairs, Pitzer College Feb 11-12
   
2004 "Through a Lens Darkly: Urban Schools in the Photographic Imagination." American Sociological Ass, San Francisco, August 15.
   
2003 "Liberal documentary goes to school: Farm Security Administration photographs of students and teachers" American Sociological Association, Atlanta GA. Aug. 16
   
2002 "Manufacturing Assimilation: Photographs of Indian Schools in Arizona" International Visual Sociological Association, Santorini, Greece.
   
2002 "Manufacturing Assimilation: Photographs of Indian Schools in Arizona."  American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Apr. 4
   
2002 "Manufacturing Assimilation: Photographs of Indian Schools in Arizona" Chancellor's lecture Series, University of Hawaii - West Oahu
   
2002 "Diversity?" The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education" (with Mary Romero). Keynote Address Hawaii Sociological Association. Feb. 26.
   
2000 “In the Image and Likeness...” How Mentoring Functions in the Hidden Curriculum (with Mary Romero). Society for the Study of Social Problems, Washington DC. Aug 11-13.
 
2000
“Class Pictures: Representations of Race, Gender and Ability in a Century of School Photography” Sociology of Education Association, Monterey, Ca. Feb. 23-25.
 
1998
“‘The Department is Very Male, Very White, Very Old, and Very Conservative’”: The Functioning of the Hidden Curriculum in Graduate Departments” (with Mary Romero). Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA, May 11.
 
1998
“Picturing Labor: Photographs of the Coal Mine Labor Process” Conference on Work, Difference and Social Change: New Perspectives on Work and Workers Two Decades after Braverman's Labor and Monopoly Capital. State University of New York at Binghamton May 8-10.
 
1998 “School, Society, and the State: The Threat of Educational Reform” Sociology of Education Association, Monterey, CA, February 6-8.
 
1997 “The Threat of Educational Reform” Society for the Study of Social Problems, Toronto, Canada, August 7-14.
 
1997 “Picturing Labor: Photographs of the Coal Mine Labor Process” Pacific Sociological Association, April 17-21.
 
1997 “‘The Department is Very Male, Very White, Very Old, and Very Conservative’: The Functioning of the Hidden Curriculum in Graduate Departments” (with Mary Romero), Sociology of Education, Monterey CA. February 20.
 
1994 “Sexual Behavior and Condom Use Among Injection Drug Users” (with Lisa Catanzarite), Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, CA, April.
 
1992 “The Treatment of Race in Sociology” (with Mary Romero), Society for the Study of Social Problems, Pittsburgh, PA.
 
1991 “Sexual Behavior and Condom Use Among Intravenous Drug Users,” With Lisa Catanzarite, National Institute for Mental Health AIDS Conference, Washington D.C.
 
1989 “Using Ethnography to Combat AIDS,” Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
 
1989 “San Francisco Speedballs: An Ethnography of Cocaine and Heroin Users,” Pacific Sociological Association, Reno, Nevada.
 
1989 “Changes in Cultural Norms of IV Drug Users Simultaneous with an Ethnographic AIDS Demonstration Project,”, with Patrick Biernacki and Harvey W. Feldman, Society for Social Problems, San Francisco, CA.
 
1989 “Modification of Needle Use in Out-of-Treatment Intravenous Drug Users,” (with Patrick Biernacki and Harvey W. Feldman), V International Conference on AIDS, Montreal, Canada.
 
1989 “AIDS, IV Drug Users and Social Policy Myths: A Case Study,” (with Robert Broadhead), Society for the Study of Social Problems, Berkeley, CA.
 
1989 “Drug Policy in the Time of AIDS: The Development of an Outreach Model,” (with Robert Broadhead), American Sociological Association,, San Francisco, CA.
 
1988 “Life in Berwind Canyon,” keynote address, Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute, Breckenridge, CO.
 
1987 “A Survey of Teacher Cognitive Behavior in the Classroom” (with Eleanor Armour-Thomas and Joan Jarvis) American Educational Research Association, Wash. D.C.
 
1987 “Teacher Student Interactions in Program Evaluation” (with Eleanor Armour-Thomas) American Educational Research Association, Washington D.C.
 
1987 “A Century of Coal Mining in the West,” keynote address, Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute 75th Anniversary Convention, Aspen, CO.
 
1986 "Coal Mining in the West,” National Abandoned Mine Reclamation Conference, Billings, MT.
 
1986 “Documenting Minority History,” Symposium on Race Relations in Richmond, 1945-1985. The Valentine Museum, Richmond, VA.
 
1985 “From Biography to History: Towards a Paradigm for Video-Ethnography,” International Visual Sociological Association, Rochester, NY.
 
1984 “The Greater Evil: The Role of Radical Unions in the End of the Industrial Feudalism” (with Mary Romero), American Sociological Association, San Antonio, TX.
 
1984 “Colorado Coal at the Turn of the Century,” Invited Presentation, Colorado Historical Society, Denver, CO.
 
1983 “Workshop on Oral History Techniques” (with Mary Romero), American Society for Ethnohistory, Albuquerque, NM.
 
1983 “Between Boom and Bust: A Structural-Historical Account of Coal Towns,” Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque, NM.
 
1982
“Video Ethnography: Toward a Reflexive Paradigm for Community Studies,” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.
 
1981
“The Use of Videotape in an Ethnohistoric Study of the Life of the Western Coal Miner,” American Society for Ethnohistory, Albuquerque, NM.
 
1979
“Boom Towns, Bust Towns,” President's Commission on Coal, Columbus, OH.