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JoEllen Anderson, Lecturer

Ethnic Studies Department, Native American Studies

Office: 540 Barrows
Email: andersonje@berkeley.edu


Education

Ph.D., Sociology, Stanford University
A.M., Sociology, Stanford University
B.S., Sociology, Oregon State University

Research interests

Tribal Histories, Native American Film & Literature, Contemporary Native Americans, Sociology of Culture

Courses

Native Americans in North America to 1900 (NAS 71)                          

Native Americans in North America 1900-Present (NAS 72)                  

Native American Tribal Governments (NAS 101)

Theories & Methods in Native American Studies (NAS 110)

Topics in Arts:  Native American Women’s Literature & Culture (NAS 120)

Making History/Making Indians (NAS 145)

Gender in Native American Societies (NAS 149)

Native American Literature (NAS 152)

Native Americans and the Cinema (NAS 158)

History of Native Americans in California (NAS 175)

History of Native Americans in the Southwest (NAS 176)

Topics in History:  History of Native American Education (NAS 178)

American Society (Sociology 180)

Race & Ethnic Relations (Sociology 132)

Sociology of Education (Sociology 113)

Courses in 2010-2011

Fall: Native Americans in North American to 1900 (NAS 71)                  

Native Americans and the Cinema (NAS 158)                                        

History of Native Americans in California (NAS 175)                                                                                                    

Spring: Native Americans in North America 1900-Present (NAS 72)      

Making History/Making Indians (NAS 145)                                              

History of Native Americans in the Southwest (NAS 176) 

Selected publications

"Perceptions of Western Films Among American Indians and Anglos." American Sociological Review 57:725-734, 1992.

"Ft. Peck Indian Reservation."  CALYX:  A Journal of Art & Literature by Women, Corvallis,  OR:  CALYX, Spring 1984.

Honors & Awards

Outstanding Mentor to American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Students at Stanford University Award, Native American Community at Stanford University        
National Institute of Mental Health Fellowship, Institute for Social Research, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan
Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Academy of Education
Danforth Compton Dissertation Fellowship, Stanford University
American Association of University Women Dissertation Fellowship, Stanford University
American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship
Graduate Student Awards Fellowship, Stanford University
Association of American Indian Affairs Award
Oregon Professional Women's Scholarship
E.E. Wilson Scholarship, Oregon State University
 

Faculty


Ethnic Studies Department
506 Barrows Hall #2570
Berkeley, CA 94720-2570
510-643-0796
510-642-6456 fax
ethnicst@berkeley.edu

Office Hours: Mon - Thurs 9-12, 1-4, Fri 9-12