Writing

 

ACADEMIC

2020

Racializing misogyny: Sexuality and gender in the new online white nationalism,” Feminist Anthropology. (Open access)

Christian nationalism and LGBTQ Structural Violence in the United States,” Journal of Religion and Violence, 7 (3): 278-302.

White Sexual Politics: The Patriarchal Family in White Nationalism and the Religious    Right,” Transforming Anthropology, 28 (1): 58-73.

Whither Whiteness and Religion: Implications for theology and the study of religion,” co-authored with Rachel Schneider, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 88 (1): 175–199.

2019

Gender and Religion.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. Ed. John Jackson. New York: Oxford University Press.

2018

Training the Porous Body, Evangelicals and the Ex-Gay Movement,” American Anthropologist, 120 (4).

2015

Feminist Ethnography in Cyberspace: Imagining Families in the Cloud,” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research. 73(3): 113-124.

2008

Cybersupremacy: The New Face and Form of White Supremacist Activism,” in Tactics in Hard Times: Practices and Spaces of New Media. Megan Boler, ed. Boston: MIT Press, 405-428.

2006

The Apartheid Conscience: Gender, Race, and Re-imagining the White Nation in Cyberspace,” Ethnic Studies Review. 29 (2): 20-45.

 

COMMENTARY

Nearly two centuries ago, a QAnon-like conspiracy theory propelled candidates to Congress,” The Conversation, Sept. 2, 2020

We crushed the curve, the far-right took this as a recruitment tool,” Medium, May 16, 2020.

Many hate crimes never make it into the FBI’s database,” The Conversation, January 4, 2019.

The ‘Pro-Family’ Movement Has Little to Say About Family Separation,” Religion Dispatches, July 12, 2018.

What the latest FBI data do and do not tell us about hate crimes in the USThe Conversation,    Nov. 26, 2017.

When White Nationalism Became Popular,” Anthropology News, May 18, 2017, co-written with Jeff Maskovsky.