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Ilene Rose Feinman

Dean, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Professor, Democratic Participation, School of Humanities and Communication
California State University, Monterey Bay
Seaside, California  93955

Phone

(831) 582-4147

Email

在线一本码道高清ifeinman@sputnikvodka.com

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT

Dean, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (March 2012- ongoing)

在线一本码道高清Interim Dean, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (Fall 2011-February 2012)

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Chair, Academic Senate (Fall 2009-Spring 2011)

在线一本码道高清Professor, Democratic Participation and US Cultures (Fall 2009)

在线一本码道高清Director, Division of Humanities and Communication (Fall 2004- Spring 2009)

在线一本码道高清Associate Professor, Democratic Participation and US Cultures, Division of Humanities and Communication (June 2004)

Assistant Professor, Democratic Participation and U. S. Cultures, Division of Humanities and Communication (Spring 2000-Spring 2004)

Lecturer, Institute for Human Communication (Fall, 1996-Fall 1999)

Graduate Student Instructor, University of California Santa Cruz (Winter 1990-Spring 1996)

EDUCATION

在线一本码道高清Ph.D., History of Consciousness Board, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1997

在线一本码道高清B. A. (Highest Honors) Integrated Studies. (Honors Thesis), University of California, Santa Cruz, 1988

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Theories and practices of racialized and gendered citizenship in the United States; U.S. military culture, conversion, effects of changes in the military on public policy and culture; social movements for justice and peace; gender and race in the construction of political ideologies.

Current project: “Spiritual Politics and political spiritualists: What moves the movements?”

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

HERS Bryn Mawr Women’s Leadership Seminar, 2013

FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AND AWARDS

  • President’s Medal for Faculty, CSUMB, 2011
  • Travel Grant, TLA, Pedagogy Workshop, Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education
  • Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award, CSUMB, Summer 2011
  • Sabbatical Leave 2005-2006
  • Course Alignment Project Grant, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, Fall 2002
  • CSU Faculty Research Grant Summer 2001
  • Service Learning Curriculum Development Grant Spring 2001
  • Student Initiated Award: International Women’s Day “Phenomenal Womyn Award” March 8, 1999-2005 (consecutive years)
  • Graduate Student Research Award 1996
  • Graduate Student Travel Grant (conference paper) 1996
  • Regents Fellowship, University of California, Santa Cruz 1995
  • Regents Fellowship, University of California, Santa Cruz 1992
  • History of Consciousness Graduate Student Research Award 1992

PUBLICATIONS

Book:

  • Citizenship Rites: Feminist Soldiers and Feminist Antimilitarists. New York: New York University Press. 2000
  • Ms. under development: “Practicing Political Community”

Selected Chapters/Articles

  • Commissioned: “Gender and Peace Activism” 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
  • "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
  • "Women Warriors and the New World Order," La Gazette. (June 1992): 16

Book Reviews

  • "Co-Creating Communities of Politics: A Review of From Act Up to the WTO. Eds. Benjamin Shepard and Ronald Hayduk, (New York: Verso Press, 2002)" New Political Science, Vol. 25, Number 3 (Sept 2003): 451-454.
  • "R. Claire Snyder. Citizen-Soldiers and Manly Warriors: Military Service and Gender in the Civic Republican Tradition." Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 1999.” H-NET BOOK REVIEW Published by H-MINERVA@h-net.msu.edu (Oct 2000). Copyright (c) 2000 by H-NET and MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military. "It’s Our Military Too? A Feminist Antimilitarist Reading of Stiehm's
  • "It’s Our Military Too! Women and the U.S. Military, Stiehm, Judith, ed. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996," H-NET BOOK REVIEW Published by H-MINERVA@h-net.msu.edu (April 1999). Copyright (c) 1999 by H-NET and MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military.
  • And rptd in MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military. Vol XVII, No. 1 (Spring 1999):43-59. Rptd from H-NET
  • "Women Religious Pacifists And Conscientious Objectors: What’s Gender Got To Do With It? : Rachel Waltner Goossen. Women Against the Good War: Conscientious Objection and Gender on the American Home Front, 1941-1947 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.) H-NET BOOK REVIEW, Published by HMINERVA@h-net.msu.edu, (June 1998). Copyright (c) 1998 by H-NET and MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military.

Presentations

Invited:

  • Keynote speaker, “Reentry Women and Leadership”, Women’s Leadership Committee, scholarship luncheon, CSUMB 2013
  • Invited lecture, with Kathryn Poethig “Feminist Spiritual Politics in Transnational Settings,” CSUMB. November 2006
  • Faculty talk, “Abu Ghraib and Women Soldiers,” CSUMB. October 2006
  • Invited Moderator, panel on Free Speech and Civility. CSUMB. October 2006
  • Invited speaker on Women's Activism for Annual Women's Studies Conference, Monterey Peninsula College. March 2004
  • Co-facilitator, "America Debates," Panetta Institute and College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences November 2003
  • Invited Organizer and Panelist, Hyde Park Session--Responses to the Iraq War: Peace and Justice Activism through a Political Science Lens. American Political Science Assn (APSA) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. September 2003
  • Invited Speaker on CEDAW, United Nations Association Annual Dinner. (Canceled due to illness) March 2003
  • Panelist, Forum on Proposition 54. KAZU Radio 90.3 FM. September 13, 2003
  • "Women in the Military" Interview, Women's History Month, KAZU FM Spring 2003
  • Panelist, Short Course "Research and Activism," APSA Annual Meeting, Boston, MA August 2002
  • Chair, "Women and Activism," cosponsored Women and Politics /Race and Ethnicity Divisions, American Political Science Assn. Annual Meeting, Wash., D. C. September 2000
  • "Citizenship Rites: book discussion," California State University, Monterey Bay May 1, 2000
  • Respondent (invited), "Gender, Sexuality, and the State," American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. September 1999
  • "Gender and Politics: Women and the Military," University of California, Santa Cruz. May 22, 1999

Conference Presentations

  • Panelist, “What moves the movements,” Peace and Justice Studies Association, Memphis Tenn., October 2011
  • Discussant/Chair/Convener, “Feminist Antiracist Power: Locating Resistance, Locating Alliances,” National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Oakland CA, June 2006
  • Discussant, Women's Movements, American Political Science Association, Washington DC. September 2005
  • Panelist, “Gendering Social Movements: Feminist Antiracist Agenda in Democratic Action,” Race, Gender, and Class Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. September 2004
  • Discussant, “International Women’s Activism,” APSA Chicago, August 2004. Panelist, "Race and Gender Justice in Democratic Action," APSA Chicago, August 2004
  • Chair and Panelist: "Practicing Political Community: Antiglobalization and Antiwar Movements" in panel: Unilateral States of America? Confronting the new militarism at home and abroad. American Political Science Assn Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. September 2003
  • Convener and Panelist, "911: Emergency of Racist Militarism" American Studies Assn Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas
  • November 2002 Panelist, "Practicing Political Community: Living Legacies" at 2001 A Peace Odyssey Conference (100 year anniversary of Nobel Peace Prize) Hofstra University, New York. November 2001 (invited to publish but declined due to time constraints)
  • Panelist, "CSUMB's Learning Requirements: Assessing More than Outcomes: Democratic Participation as a Process" at International Assessment Conference, Glasgow, Scotland. July 2001
  • Panelist, "(Un)Civil Transgressions: Practicing Mestizaje Political Community" at California/Rocky Mountain American Studies Assn Meeting, University of Nevada, Reno. May 2001
  • "Democratic Participation: Creating Process-Based Outcomes," for CSUMB Learning Requirements: Communicating More than Outcomes, selected panel, CSU Fullerton Assessment Conference. March 2001
  • Panelist, "Feminist Antimilitarists on Edge," California American Studies Association Conference, University of California, Santa Cruz. May 1999
  • Panelist and convener, "G. I. Jane/ G. I. Joe: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off!" American Studies Association Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington. November 1998
  • Panelist, "Women Warriors/Women Peacemakers: Will the Real Feminists Please Stand Up!" selected paper, Frontline Feminisms: Women, War, and Resistance, University of California at Riverside. January 1997
  • Panelist, "Reweaving the New World Order: An Ecofeminist Analysis," Social Movements and Cultural Politics Conference, and conference co-organizer, University of California, Santa Cruz. March, 1991

Media Interviews

在线一本码道高清Interview: Women at War. Radio West, Doug Fabrizio. KUER radio, NPR. Salt Lake City. May 7, 2006

在线一本码道高清KPFA evening news Interview on Sabrina Harmon case May 17, 2005

Interview, Abu Ghraib, Ann Simonton, Media Watch, Santa Cruz Free Radio June 16, 2004

Interview, Abu Ghraib, KBOO radio, Portland Oregon. May 17, 2004

在线一本码道高清Interview, Abu Ghraib, Community Forum, KWSU radio Washington State University, Pullman. May 10, 2004

Interview, Abu Ghraib, John Grebe, WZBC radio. May 8, 2004

Workshops

在线一本码道高清Invited Panelist, Program Review Workshop. Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Institute, CSUMB April 1, 2008

Invited Facilitator, Interdisciplinarity Roundtable, Academic Planning Group, CSUMB August 2007

在线一本码道高清Invited Speaker, "ULRs" for New Faculty Orientation August 2003 Invited Speaker, "ULRs" College Orientation, CSUMB October 2002

在线一本码道高清Invited Speaker, "ULRs" New Faculty Orientation, TLA, CSUMB (no longer in role as Chair of ULR Senate committee) August 2002

Co-facilitator and organizer “Graduate School Workshop” CSUMB. Fall 1999 Invited Speaker, "Civil Rights and Affirmative Action: Well, How did we Get Here?" California State University, Monterey Bay. October 1996

Invited Speaker, "Dissertation Writing Workshop," University of California, Santa Cruz. November, 1996

TEACHING

Teaching Expertise

United States Politics, Women's Studies, Feminist Theory, Ethnic Studies, Social Movement Theories and Histories, Theories and practices of Nonviolence, Cultural Studiesespecially United States popular cultures, Militarism, Civil Rights Movement, Social Movements of the Post WW II period.

Courses:  California State University, Monterey Bay: 1996-Present

  • American Cultural Heritages: The United States Experience (created at lower division)
  • Politics and Participation: Struggles for Justice (created/lower division)
  • Introduction to Multicultural Women's Studies (created/lower division)
  • Cooperative Argumentation: Women and Law (created/upper division)
  • Feminist Theories and Methods (created/upper division)
  • Race and Gender Justice (created/upper division)
  • Topics in Social Movements: Social Justice and Nonviolence Service Learning (created/upper division)
  • Feminism and Militarism (co-created with Dr K. Poethig)
  • Leadership and Community (created for Spring 2010) American Cultural Heritages (upper division)
  • Major Proseminar: Introduction to Human Communication
  • Senior Capstone

Graduate Student Instructor, University of California, Santa Cruz: 1989-1994

  • (Responsibility for leading seminar sections from large lecture courses)
  • Women's Studies: Introduction to Feminism; Gender Justice and Liberal Capitalism; History of Women's Liberation; Feminist Methodological Approaches
  • Community Studies: Introduction to Community Studies; Theory and Methods in Community Studies
  • Politics: Gender and Politics; Political Freedom; Society and Democracy; Democracy in American Political Development; Women and Law

UNIVERSITY SERVICE-California State University, Monterey Bay

Dean:

  • Chair, Search Committee for Associate Vice president for Institutional Effectiveness

Division/Major Service

  • Co-lead on development of Liberal Arts Major in Division (fall 2009)
  • Director, Division of Humanities and Communication F 2006- S 2009
  • Chair, Division RTP Committee F 2007-S 2008
  • Lead Author and Coordinator, Human Communication Program Review Self Study, 2007-2009
  • Interim Director, Division of Humanities and Communication, F 2004-S 2005
  • Lead Faculty, Peace Studies Concentration and Minor F 2003 – ongoing
  • Lead Faculty, MLO 5 Outcomes revision with TLA grant S 2003
  • Chair, Search Committee History position, successful hire S 2002
  • Member, MLO 2 Committee on Information Competencies Outcomes S 2002
  • Member, MLO 5 Committee on Information Competencies Outcomes S 2002
  • Member, MLO 7 Committee on Information Competencies Outcomes S 2002
  • Member, Major Proseminar Revision team S 2002
  • Mentor to new faculty in Outcomes Based Curriculum Syllabi construction 2001-ongoing
  • Mentor to new faculty in RTP portfolio composition 2004-ongoing Institute
  • Representative "Program Assessment Workshop" Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, Monterey Marriott Hotel December 2000
  • Member, Curriculum Committee S 2000-F 2000
  • Member, Part-time Faculty Committee F 2000
  • Member, Search Committee: African American Studies F 2000-S 2001
  • Junior Transfer Advising F 2000
  • Representative CFA to HCOM F 2000 -2004
  • Presenter, HCOM, High School and Community College Counselors Conference Sept 15, 2000
  • HCOM Representative, Lower Division Advising Events F 1999- S 2000
  • Women’s Studies Concentration Advisor/coordinator F 1997-S 2003
  • Coordinator Course/Hiring: HCOM 240: American Cultural Heritages (4 units): American Cultural Heritages F 1998- S 2002
  • Coordinator Course/Hiring: HCOM 260: Politics & Participation (4 units): Politics and Participation F 1998- S 2002
  • Member, WASC document preparation teams for Institute accreditation Member, teams constructing the major and concentration areas (Women's Studies, American Multicultural Studies, Creative Writing and Social Action). 1996-99

University-Wide Service

  • Member, elected, University–wide Retention, Tenure, and Promotion Committee (10-11)
  • Chair, elected, Academic Senate/Assembly (2009-2011)
  • Member, elected, University wide Retention, Tenure, and Promotion Committee (09-10)
  • Convener, meeting with CAHSS Dean and ENGCOM Chair to initiate enrollment cap raise for ENGCOM curriculum
  • Member, elected, ULR Workgroup AY 2008-2009 Member, appointed, WASC Steering Committee F 2008
  • Member, elected, Visual and Public Art RTP Committee, Sabbatical Applications F 2008
  • Member, elected, Visual and Public Art RTP Committee, AY 2007- 2008
  • Invited Group Facilitator, Access to Excellence, March 2007
  • Member, appointed, WASC visit consultation meeting, March 2007
  • Chair, elected, VPA RTP Committee AY 2006-2007 Member, appointed, Academic Planning Group S 2006-S 2008
  • Member, appointed, Liberal Arts Planning Committee AY 2006-2007
  • Member, (elected from Senate), Provost Search F 2006 Member, appointed, Dean Search, CAHSS S 2005
  • Member, appointed, Selection Committee, Outstanding Senior Award for Social Justice S 2004
  • Committee member, (appointed) Dean Search, College of University-wide Programs S 2004
  • Member, elected faculty at large , Academic Senate Executive Committee, F 2003-S 2005 Course Alignment Project participant with 2 courses: TLA selected for inclusion as WASC evidence Summer 2002
  • Appointed Member, Educational Effectiveness Team, WASC Institutional Assessment F 2000 - 03
  • Authored manuscript for WASC on “University Learning Communities” Interview ESSP Institute for Best Practices Grid
  • Lead faculty author and coordinator, ULR Program Review Team F 2001-S 2002
  • Chair, (elected), Senate University Learning Requirement Policy & Operations Committee, F 2000-S 2002
  • Chair, Democratic Participation University Learning Requirement Committee F 2000- S 2003 Lead Faculty, Ad Hoc Committee on ULR and lower division curriculum alignment and planning F 2001- S 2002
  • Member, Democratic Participation University Learning Requirement Committee, F 1997- ongoing
  • Member, Culture & Equity ULR, F 1998-ongoing
  • Member, Ethics University Learning Requirement Committee, 1997-present
  • Member, U. S. Histories University Learning Requirement Committee, 1996-F 2002

Service at University of California, Santa Cruz: University Service/Research Assistantships

Graduate Student

  • Co-Organizer: "International Social Movements and Cultural Politics Conference," University of California, Santa Cruz, with Barbara Epstein, Richard Flacks, and Marci Darnovsky. 1991
  • Board Representative to Graduate Student Employees Association 1990-1991

Undergraduate Student

  • Organizer: UCSC Interdepartmental Research Cluster on Social Movement Theory and Practice. 1989-1991
  • Co-Organizer: Educational Series on Central America1987 Research Assistant to Barbara Epstein, Report on International Peace Research Groups 1986-1987
  • Speaker Coordinator: Adlai Stevenson Nuclear Policy Program: Organized talks, public debates and databases. Awarded Chancellor and Provost Funds to stage debate on SDI between Dr. Robert Bowman and Dr. Peter Vajk, prior to Gorbachev- Reagan Summit in 1985. 1985-1987

Professional Service to Discipline Publications:

  • Ms. Review, journal Politics and Gender (2009)
  • Ms. Review for Penn State Press, 2004
  • Ms. Review for University Press of Colorado 2004
  • Book and Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of New Political Science
  • Book Reviewer, ongoing: MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military, through HNET and Minerva listserv.
  • Invited Manuscript Review, "Cross-dressing in the Israeli Military" Sociological Inquiry, 2001
  • Invited Manuscript Review: Journal of Women’s History, special issue on Women and the State, 2001
  • Manuscript Review, National Women’s Studies Association Journal Invited
  • Manuscript Review: Prentice Hall (American Studies reader), 2000

Professional Development: Curriculum & Technology

  • Grant to develop Course Alignment Grid (courses selected as exemplars for WASC) Fall 2002
  • Service Learning Institute Curriculum Development Grant/Workshop Spring 2001
  • New Media Workshop Spring 1998
  • New Media Workshop Spring 1997

Community Service: Professional Application

  • Invited Scholar, Speakers List, WWII Project, California Center for the Book, UCLA Fall 2007
  • Develop and enhance liaison between community partners and CSUMB through pilot course in Social Movements (HCOM 340S: Topics in Social Movements Service Learning (4 units)) Spring 2003 and Fall 2003
  • Liaison between Planned Parenthood Mar Monte (Monterey offices) and TAT production of Vagina Monologues Fall 2002
  • Invited, Guest Facilitator , GIRLS and BOYS Empowerment Program at Virginia Rocca Barton Elementary School Spring 2002
  • Consultant and Service Learning development with Partners for Peace, Salinas, 2001- 03
  • Member/ Fundraising Coordinator, Arts Committee, DeLaveaga Elementary School, Santa Cruz, 1999-2003
  • Nonviolence Workshop Facilitator and Consultant for Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz 1987-ongoing
  • Volunteer Coordinator, Santa Cruz Toddler Care Center. 1993-1995
  • Classroom Volunteer: Gault Elementary School. 1985-1993
  • Treasurer and Fundraising Coordinator, Board of Directors, Community Children’s Center. 1986- 1988
  • Co-Chair, Middle East Task Force, Kolaynu/New Jewish Agenda Santa Cruz Chapter. 1987-1989
  • Archivist: Organized and catalogued the papers of Roy Keppler, founder of KPFA and peace activist, Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz. 1987
  • Treasurer, Board of Directors, Good Beginnings Infant Toddler Center. 1984-1986
  • Membership Volunteer: KUSP Public Radio, Santa Cruz, CA. 1984-1985

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

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