Women, War, and Violence: Personal Perspectives and Global Activism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 , 2011
4th Annual International Conference on Sociology, Mini-conference on Violence against Women, May 10-13, Athens, Greece. Paper, “Gender-based Violence-Crisis and Opportunity”, 2010
“Artisans and the Marketing of Ethnicity: Globalization, Indigenous Identity, and Nobility Principles in Micro-Enterprise Development”, Ethnic Studies Review, Vol. 31, No.1. July, 2008
Fulbright Specialist. Grand Bassa Community College, Buchanan, Liberia, 2010-present
Board member, National Association of Ethnic Studies, 2010-present
Institute for Race and Justice – Steering Committee/ Community Advisory Board, 2001-present.
Work/artist included in IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas, Exhibition and Book. National Museum of the American Indian, October. Touring exhibition SITES (Smithsonian) and NMAI, 2009-2010.
Powerful stories, music at Northeastern Holocaust CommemorationThe university community came together Thursday morning for the annual Northeastern Holocaust Commemoration, which featured powerful stories and moving musical performances.... Read more »Read More →
Northeastern celebrates arrival of leading women’s studies journalNortheastern and the College celebrated last week the arrival of Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Suzanna Walters, Signs' new editor-in-chief, will not be afraid to ask—nor address—the “big questions.”... Read more »Read More →
SOTU language analysis reveals history’s ‘twists and turns’Assistant Professor of History Ben Schmidt analyzed the language of Obama’s presidential address—and that of every SOTU speech dating back to 1790—using Bookworm, a simple and powerful way to visualize trends in digitized texts.... Read more »Read More →