Jean Halley

Vitae

JEAN HALLEY
Professor of Sociology
Sociology and Anthropology Department
College of Staten Island of the City University of New York
2800 Victory Boulevard, Office 4S-227
Staten Island, NY 10314
718-982-3979
jean.halley@​csi.cuny.edu
www.jeanhalley.net
https:/​/​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Jean_Halley

Women’s and Gender Studies Masters Degree Program
Graduate Center of the City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue
New York City, NY 10016

EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Sociology Program; Women’s Studies Certificate Program
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, New York City
February 1, 2003

Master of Theological Studies
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
June 1992

Bachelor of Arts, Magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Psychology major with honors; Women Studies minor
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Grade Point Average: 3.86/​4.0; Phi Beta Kappa, Dean’s List, Alpha Lambda Delta
May 1989

Semester Abroad
La Universidad de Alicante, Alicante, Spain
Proficient in Spanish
Spring 1987

PUBLICATIONS
Books in preparation
Horse Crazy: Girls and the Lives of Horses, book manuscript, University of Georgia Press, under contract.

Books completed
Seeing Straight: An Introduction to Gender and Sexual Privilege. Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman. Lanham, Michigan: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., January 2017.

The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows: Meat Markets. New York: PalgraveMacmillan, 2012.

Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and Race. Jean Halley, Amy Eshleman and Ramya Mahadevan Vijaya. Lanham, Michigan: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2011.

Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy. Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 2007.

The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social. Edited by Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2007.

Peer reviewed articles
“Self-Identified Feminist Mothers’ Naming Practices for Their Children: Accepting Being “as Feminist as Everyone” Else,” Women’s Studies (An Inter-disciplinary Journal). Amy Eshleman and Jean Halley, 45: 1-15, April 2016; scientific journal ranking .121, more information about the journal can be found at (http:/​/​www.scimagojr.com/​journalsearch.php?q=24329&tip=sid&clean=0).

“My Not-at-all-private Metamorphosis: On the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and Public School Spaces,” Women on the Role of Public Higher Education: Personal Reflections from CUNY’s Graduate Center. Edited by Deborah S. Gambs and Rose M. Kim. New York City: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

The Culture of Class and its Economic Impact. Ramya Vijaya, Amy Eshleman and Jean Halley. Review of Black Political Economics. August 28, 2014. Available at: ; scientific journal ranking.173, more information about the journal can be found at (http:/​/​www.scimagojr.com/​journalsearch.php?q=24200&tip=sid).

Students Teaching Students: A Method for Collaborative Learning. Jean Halley, Courtney Heiserman, Victoria Felix and Amy Eshleman. Learning Communities and Research and Practice, 1(3), Article 7, 2013. Available at: ; impact factor/​scientific journal ranking not available, more information about the journal can be found at (http:/​/​washingtoncenter.evergreen.edu/​lcrpjournal/​about.html).

On the Ability to See Rabbits: Stories Involving a Girl, Her Grandmothers and Aging Vision. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25:2, 2012, 183-188; scientific journal ranking .326, more information about the journal can be found at (http:/​/​www.scimagojr.com/​journalsearch.php?q=200147111&tip=sid).

The Production of Girl Life. Essay in volume Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Advocacy. Edited by Norman K. Denzin and Michael D. Giardina. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, Inc., 2012.

Genealogy: A Tale of Two Families and a Cat. Cultural Studies/​Critical Methodologies, 11:2, 2011; scientific journal ranking .362, more information about the journal can be found at (http:/​/​www.scimagojr.com/​journalsearch.php?q=5700160619&tip=sid).

The Death of a Cow. Essay in volume Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice. Edited by Norman K. Denzin and Michael D. Giardina. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, Inc., 2009.

The Wire. Essay in volume The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social. Edited by Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2007.

Ranch Style: A History Told in Carpets. Qualitative Inquiry, 11:4, August 2005, 514-517; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.

The Cleaning Lady: An Exploration of Class and Gender in a Rural Wyoming Family. Qualitative Inquiry, 11:2, April 2005, 191-197; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.

To Speak of My Mother. Qualitative Inquiry, 9:1, February 2003, 49-56; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.

This I Know: An Exploration of Remembering Childhood and Knowing Now. Qualitative Inquiry, 6:3, September 2000, 349-358; impact factor 1.934, ranked 7 out of 95 interdisciplinary social science journals.

This I Know: An Exploration of Remembering Childhood and Knowing Now. Qualitative Inquiry Reader, Sage 2001, 91-103.

From Coney Island to Las Vegas in the Urban Imaginary: Discursive practices of growth and decline. Sharon Zukin, Robert Baskerville, Miriam Greenberg, Courtney Guthreau, Jean Halley, Mark Halling, Kristin Lawler, Ron Nerio, Rebecca Stack, Alex Vitale and Betsy Wissinger. Urban Affairs Review. May 1998, pages 627-654.

Literary publications
Perceived as Normal, Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman. The Political Anthropologist, February 1, 2017. Available at: < http://www.politicalanthropologist.com/2017/02/01/perceived-as-normal/>.

Killing Deer. Harper’s Magazine, November 2013.

Recalculating the Berkshires, Jean Halley and Lore Segal. The Antioch Review, July 2013.

Book reviews and other publications
To Ashes We Shall Return. Anandabazar Patrika, July 6, 2003, Calcutta, India (published in Bengali in the Sunday supplement of this major Calcutta newspaper read by an estimated 6 million people).

Book review of Inequality by Design: Cracking the Bell Curve Myth. By Claude S. Fischer, et al. Theoretical Criminology: An International Journal. February 1998.

REVIEWS OF HALLEY’S WORK
Book review of Jean O’Malley Halley, The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows: Meat Markets by Erica Johnson. Qualitative Inquiry, July 4, 2016.

Book review of Jean O’Malley Halley, The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows: Meat Markets by Rose M. Kim. Qualitative Inquiry, July 4, 2016.

Book review of Jean Halley, The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows: Meat Markets by Heather Fraser. Anthrozoös: A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Interactions of People and Animals 28, 3, 2015, pages 521-522.

Book review of Jean Halley, Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy by Martine Hackett. Contemporary Sociology 37, 5, August 2008, pages 439-440.

Book review of Jean Halley, Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy by Tomaz Krpic. Sociological Research Online, 2010, .

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Sarah Harkness. Contemporary Sociology, 37, 6, 2008, pages 604-605.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Mike Hirsch. International Social Science Review, 84, 1 and 2, December 2008, pages 89-90.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by William Mazzarella. American Journal of Sociology, 114, 6, May 2009, pages 1876-1879.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Hyoejin Yoon. College Literature 36, 2, spring 2009, pages 155-157.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Rebecca Wanzo. American Quarterly, 61, 4, December 2009, pages 967-978.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Susan Cook. Women’s Studies, 37, 3, April/​May 2008, pages 327-329.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Melissa Autumn White. Topia, 19, spring 2008, pages 181-188.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Jeff Pruchnic. Criticism 50, 1, winter 2008, pages 160-175.

Book review of Patricia Ticineto Clough with Jean Halley, The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social by Scott Grills. Canadian Journal of Sociology 33, 1, 2008, pages 189-191.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at the
Graduate Center of the City University of New York
-teaching “Feminist Texts and Contexts.”
-teaching “Contemporary Feminist Theories.”
Spring 2016, Spring 2017

Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology Department at the
College of Staten Island of the City University of New York
-teaching “Class/​Status/​Power,” “Sociological Issues,” “Food, Self and Society,” “Meat Markets, Gender and Violence in the Lives of Humans and Other Animals,” “Introduction to Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies,” “Research Seminar,” and “Minority Groups.”
2012-2017

Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology Department at Wagner College
-teaching “Introduction to Sociology,” “American Society and Its Social Problems,” “The Modern Self: Race, Class and Gender at Work,” “Race Matters and Gendered Selves in American Society,” “Making Privilege Visible: Seeing Power in Race, Class and Gender,” “Growing up Female,” “The Family,” “Sexualities and the Social,” “Queer Lives,” Violence and Aggression,” Sex, Gender and Sexuality in Tanzania: Writing Women’s Lives,” “Senior Reflective Tutorial,” and “Senior Seminar,” courses as a full-time, tenured professor.
-adviser for the Family Studies/​Social Work Concentration of the Sociology Major.
2003-2012

Assistant Professor, Sociology Department at Moravian College
-taught “Introduction to Sociology,” “Social Class in America,” “Race, Ethnic and Gender Relations,” and “Fieldwork in Sociology” courses as a full-time, tenure-track professor.
2002-2003

Substitute Assistant Instructor, Women’s Studies Program at Hunter College of the City University of New York
-taught “Growing up Female,” “Introduction to Women’s Studies,” and “Women and the Media” classes.
Spring 2001

Adjunct Instructor, Film and Media Studies Program and Women’s Studies Program at Hunter College of the City University of New York
-taught “Introduction to Media Studies,” “Women and the Media,” “Growing Up Female,” and “Introduction to Women’s Studies,” classes.
Summer 1997, spring 1998, 1998-1999, fall 1999, summer 2001

Adjunct Instructor, Women’s Studies Program at Queens College of the City University of New York
-taught “Introduction to Women’s Studies” class.
Fall 1997

Adjunct Lecturer for Dr. Stuart Ewen at Hunter College of the City University of New York
-taught two discussions sections each semester, and lectured periodically for Dr. Ewen’s “Introduction to Media Studies” class.
1996-1997, 1997-1998, fall 1998, fall 1999

Adjunct Lecturer for Dr. Robert H. Stanley at Hunter College of the City University of New York
-taught two discussions sections for Dr. Stanley’s “Introduction to Media Studies” class.
Fall 1998

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
Professional Staff Congress of the City University of New York (PSC CUNY) Award
College of Staten Island of the City University of New York
-selected twice by CUNY faculty to receive this competitive award for a course release
2014 to 2015, and 2015-2016

Dean’s Research Grant Award
College of Staten Island of the City University of New York
-chosen to receive this a special fellowship in support of current research
2015-2016

Civic Engagement Recognition Award
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-honored for service and teaching work in the Wagner College and Staten Island community.
Spring 2010

Faculty Award for Exceptional Performance in Teaching
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-selected by the faculty to be recognized for exceptional performance in teaching with this competitive award and a stipend of $1,000.
Fall 2009

Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-chosen by Omicron Delta Kappa Wagner College students to be initiated into the Wagner College ODK Circle.
2009

Faculty Award for Exceptional Performance in Research
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-selected by the faculty to be recognized for extensive research with this competitive award and a stipend of $1,000.
Fall 2008

Diversity Award
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-honored by the Diversity Action Council of Wager College for promoting diversity and cultural awareness on campus.
Fall 2007

Visiting Research Scholar
The Center for the Study of Women and Society
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue
New York City, NY 10016-4309
Fall 2006

Maureen Robinson Fellowship
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-recognized as a Maureen Robinson Fellow with a stipend of $4,000 to support final research for the forthcoming book, Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy.
Summer 2006

Vagina Warrior Award
Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
-chosen by Wagner College students to be a Vagina Warrior, presented and celebrated at their production of The Vagina Monologues as someone who has done extensive work for women’s rights.
2004

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Princeton, New Jersey
-awarded Woodrow Wilson-Johnson & Johnson Dissertation Grant in Children’s Health
grant for dissertation research on twentieth century United States ideologies of adult-child touch.
2000-2001

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Writing Fellowship
City University of New York
-awarded $22,000 per year to develop the Writing Across the Curriculum Program (WAC) at Hunter College of the City University of New York.
2001-2002

Conviction Project Seminar Grantee
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
-awarded stipend to be part of the Conviction Project “Prisons Without Walls” seminar.
-researched the development of the prison/​industrial complex and concerns such as the impact of the privatization of prisons on those imprisoned.
2001-2002

Leopold Schepp Foundation
New York City, New York
-funded for graduate studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
1996-1997, 1997-1998, 1998-1999

Colorado College
Colorado Springs, Colorado
-awarded grant for travel to Nicaragua with the Princeton Women’s Delegation to study the Nicaraguan Women’s Movement.
January 1989

PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
“Seeing Straight: An Introduction to Gender and Sexual Privilege” with Amy Eshleman by special invitation, guest lecture for Women’s History Month at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Morristown, NJ, March 22, 2017.

“Seeing Race and White Privilege” with Amy Eshleman by special invitation, guest lecture in the Cultural Anthropology class of Jaime Amparo Alves, College of Staten Island of the City University of New York, March 21, 2017.

“Horse Crazy: Girls and the Lives of Horses,” Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, November 15, 2016.

“Boundaries of Touch: Human Development and Ways of Thinking about Touching Children,” guest lecture at the Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York City, November 3, 2016.

“An Intersection of Animal, Disability, Gender and Queer Studies: Horse Crazy Girls,” Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Boston, March 17, 2016.

“My Not-at-all-private Metamorphosis: On the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and Public School Spaces,” Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, New York City, March 1, 2015.

“Unexpected Kindness,” paper presented at the Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2014, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 21-24, 2014.

“Living with the Animals – Meet Meat: Three Angles on What We Eat and Its Effect on Land, Community, and Self,” Dean’s Symposium panel with President William Fritz and Professor Deborah Popper, the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York, Staten Island, NY, March 27, 2014.

“Eating Animals” by special invitation to guest lecture on this Women’s History Month panel at Kingsborough Community College of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY, March 19, 2014.

“The Tenacity of Whiteness: Race in the Contemporary United States” by special invitation, guest lecture at Wagner College, Staten Island, NY, February 19, 2014.

“Starting Places,” organized, chaired and presented on a spotlight panel, “Performing Beginnings: Grand and Other Mothers,” at the Ninth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2013, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 17, 2013.

“The Production of Animal Life: The Early United States Cattle Business,” invited to present on a plenary panel, “The Iconography of the West: Auto/​Ethnographic Representations of the West(erns),” at the Ninth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2013, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 17, 2013.

“The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows: Meat Markets” by special invitation, guest lecture at Wagner College, Staten Island, NY, March 21, 2013.

“My Queer Life” by special invitation of the Gay Straight Alliance at Wagner College, Staten Island, NY, March 7, 2013.

“Inventing Homosexuality and the Life of Alfred Charles Kinsey” by special invitation, guest lecture at Wagner College, Staten Island, NY, October 24, 2012.

“Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and Race” by special invitation, guest lecture at Fordham University, Manhattan, NY, October 1, 2012.

“Michel Foucault and the Production of Girl Life,” invited to present on a panel, “Performing Ethnography,” at the Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2012, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 19, 2012.

“On the Ability to See Rabbits: Stories Involving a Girl, Her Grandmothers and Aging Vision,” invited to present on a plenary panel, “Narrative and Performance I,” at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2011, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 20, 2011.

“Writing Violence, Trauma and Questions of Resistance,” invited to present on a plenary panel, “Exploring Methods, Writing Experimentally: Questions of Representation of Self and Other,” at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2011, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 20, 2011.

“Genealogy in Motion: A Tale of Two Families, One Horse and a Wire,” invited to present on a plenary panel, “Narrative and Performance I,” at the Sixth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2010, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 29, 2010.

“The Death of a Cow: Slaughterhouses and Dying in our Time,” invited to present on a plenary panel, “Narrative and Performance,” at the Fifth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2009, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 23, 2009.

“Child Sexual Abuse, Culture and the Family” by special invitation, guest lecture at Fordham University, Bronx, NY, March 12, 2009.

“Ranch Style: A History Told in Carpets,” invited to present on a plenary panel, “Narratives,” at the Fourth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2008, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 17, 2008.

“Meat Markets: The Parallel Lives of Women and Cows,” spotlight panel presentation at the Fourth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference 2008, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 16, 2008.

“The Wire” by special invitation, guest speaker at the Ethnographic Dreamworlds 2008, Ninth Annual Sociology Conference at Buffalo State College Buffalo Sociology Conference in Buffalo, NY, April 2008.

“Violent Touch: Feminists, Conservatives, and Child Sexual Abuse” by special invitation, guest lecture co-sponsored by the Women’s Center as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, at the State University of New York College at Old Westbury, Old Westbury, NY, April 2, 2008.

“Beyond the Mommy Wars,” presenter on panel with Ann Crittenden and Ruth Sidel at Wagner College, New York City, September 12, 2007.

“Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy,” presentation at the Third International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, May 5, 2007.

“Touching Problems: Feminists, Conservatives and Child Sexual Abuse,” presentation on the “Sex Panics” panel, at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 16, 2005.

“Babies in Bed: To Sleep or Not to Sleep (with Your Baby),” presentation on the “Mothers in Families” roundtable session, at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 16, 2005.

“An Ethnography of Trauma: Intimate Violence in Rural Wyoming,” presentation on a panel chaired by Patricia Ticineto Clough on “Pedagogies of Memory and Trauma,” at the Fifth International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, June 27, 2004.

Panel respondent to film maker Begonya Plaza at the screening of her film “Souvenir Views,” Wagner College, January 27, 2004.

“Notions of Freedom in the Western United States,” at the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society Annual Conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, October 26, 2002.

“Blood, Beef and Freedom in Rural Wyoming,” presentation on a panel with Judith Lorber, Lisa Jean Moore, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Michele Wallace for the Women’s Studies Certificate Program and Center for the Study of Women and Society Ninth Annual Book Party, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, New York City, May 3, 2002.

“To Speak of My Mother,” at the Midwest Sociological Society, Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 4-7, 2002.

“Studying Child Rearing Practices,” in a panel on “Disciplinary Disruptions: The Fantasmatic Undoing of Sociological Categories,” at the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society Annual Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 9-11, 2001.

“The Symptomatic Performance of Trauma,” in a panel with Patricia Ticineto Clough and Catherine Silver at the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society Annual Conference, Columbia University, New York City, October 29-31, 1999.

“This I Know: An Exploration of Remembering Childhood and Knowing Now,” at the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 7-8, 1999.

“Feminism: Then and Now,” presentation on a panel with Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Ann Snitow, Debra Dantzler and Jennifer Disney for the Women and Society Seminar at Columbia University, New York City, May 17, 1999.

“Gram’s House,” in a panel on “The Embodiments and Disembodiments of Intimate Spaces: Theory and Methodology,” at the Eastern Sociological Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, March 4-7, 1999.

“Writing as Scholarship,” presentation with Patricia Ticineto Clough for the Feminist Research Seminar of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, New York City, March 3, 1999.

“The Violent Journey of Progress: The Myth of the American Frontier in Turner, Curtiz’s Santa Fe Trail and Ford’s Stagecoach,” at the Eastern Sociological Society, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 19-22, 1998.

“Las Vegas as Coney Island’s Other,” at the “Virtual Unreality Symposium,” University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 20-22, 1996.

“Coney Island and Las Vegas: Cultural Images of Growth and Decay,” at the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Annual Meeting, New York City, August 1996.

MEDIA ENGAGEMENTS
Radio interviews of Jean Halley
regarding the Trayvon Martin case and who’s considered white
Radio interview (taped), April 5, 2012, Jean Halley interviewed by Michel Martin on “Tell Me More” at National Public Radio in New York City, NY.

Radio interviews of Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman
regarding the Trayvon Martin case
Radio interview, April 7, 2012, “Every Woman,” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Victoria Dixon on KKFI 90.1 FM in Kansas City, MO.

Radio interviews of Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman
regarding Seeing White: An Introduction to White Privilege and Race
Radio interview, June 1, 2012, “Feminist Edition,” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Charlotte Crockford on WUML 91.5 FM in Lowell, MA.

Radio interview (taped), July 27, 2011, “Perspectives” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Richard Baker of Kansas State University Radio, syndicated to multiple stations.

Radio interview (taped), September 13, 2011, “KRWM Sunday Morning Mag,” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Kate Daniels in Seattle, WA.

Radio interview, September 17, 2011, “Every Woman,” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Victoria Dixon and Sharon Lockhart on KKFI 90.1 FM in Kansas City, MO.

Radio interview, September 25, 2011, Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Laura J. Rinaldi at KKUP in Santa Cruz, CA.

Radio interview (taped), February 7, 2012, “Open Mind,” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman interviewed by Cecilia Skidmore, Michigan Public Radio (NPR).

Radio interviews of Jean Halley
regarding Boundaries of Touch: Parenting and Adult-Child Intimacy
Radio interview, July 15, 2007, “Conversations with Peter Solomon,” WIP in Philadelphia.

Radio interview, August 20, 2007, “The Frankie Boyer Show,” WROL, WSRO in Boston.

Radio interview, August 21, 2007, “Lambda Radio Report,” WRFG-FM in Atlanta.

Radio interview, August 22, 2007, “The 8:00 Buzz,” WORT in Madison, WI.

Radio interview, August 25, 2007, “Every Woman,” KKFI in Kansas City, MO.

Radio interview, August 26, 2007, “The Wimmin’s Music Program,” KKUP in Santa Cruz, CA.

Radio interview, August 31, 2007, Jean Halley interview by Arly Helm, KVMR-FM in GrassValley, CA.

Radio interview, September 5, 2007, “The Quilting Hour,” WGDR in Plainfield, VT.

Radio interview (taped), September 5, 2007, “The WFNY Free Forum,” WFNY in New York City, NY.

Radio interview, September 7, 2007, Jean Halley interview by Woody Woodland, WSMN in Nashua, NH.

Radio interview (taped), September 7, 2007, “Open Mind” with Cecilia Skidmore, Michigan Public Radio (NPR).

Radio interview (taped), September 11, 2007, Jean Halley interview by John Ford, KAOS in Evergreen, WA.

Radio interview, September 17, 2007, “Lesbian and Gay Voices,” KPFT (Pacifica) in Houston, TX.

Radio interview (taped), September 18, 2007, “Perspectives” with Richard Baker, syndicated to twenty-five stations.

Radio interview (taped), September 19, 2007, “KRWM Sunday Morning Mag.” with Kate Daniels in Seattle, WA.

Radio interview (taped), September 20, 2007, “Active Voice Radio,” with Chris Goldstein (webcast).

Radio interview, October 21, 2007, “Forward Forum,” with John Quinlan on WTDY-AM in Madison, WI.

Radio interview, October 31, 2007, “Transitions,” with Bruce Wadzeck on the New Jersey Network (syndicated National Public Radio).

Radio interview, November 26, 2007, “Emotional Fitness,” with Dr. Goldsmith on KCLU/​NPR.

Radio interview, December 22, 2007, “Women’s Voices” with Carol Boss on KUNM in Albuquerque, NM.

COLLEGE SERVICE AND COMMITTEE WORK
University Faculty Senate (UFS) of the City University of New York (CUNY)
-elected as senator to represent the College of Staten Island faculty in this university-wide faculty governance body
May 2017 to May 2020

Women’s Center Advisory Board at the College of Staten Island
-board member
2016-2017

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program Executive Committee at the
College of Staten Island
-committee member
2016-2017

Chairperson at the College of Staten Island
-chaired the Sociology and Anthropology Department
July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016

Panel presentation
“Coming Out” sponsored in part by the LGBTQ Resource Center at the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York, Staten Island, NY, October 24, 2016.

Editorial board member of Departures in Critical Qualitative Research
-scholarly journal published four times a year (March, June, September, and December) by the University of California Press
2014-present

Course and Standing Committee
-member representing the Sociology and Anthropology Department,
fall 2013 to spring 2015

Teacher Education Advisory Committee (TEAC)
-member representing the Sociology and Anthropology Department,
fall 2013 to spring 2015

Chair of Sociology and Anthropology Department Search for a Tenure Track Line
in African Diasporic Studies, fall 2014 to spring 2015

Panel presentation on “Publishing Your First Book: Advice and Informative Experiences from College of Staten Island Faculty” at the College of Staten Island of the City University of New York, Staten Island, NY
October 21, 2014

Member of Search Committee for
Human and Animal Research Protection Program Manager
at the College of Staten Island, fall 2013

Peer reviewer for Gender & Society
-reviewed manuscript submitted for publication in this important gender studies journal.
2013

Foundations of Excellence Committee
Co-Chair of Subcommittee Five, All Students
-co-chair of subcommittee five, and member of this project focusing on the undergraduate first year experience in an effort to improve student performance,
fall 2012 to spring 2013

Invited lecture, “Seeing White: Teaching Race in Predominantly White Undergraduate Classrooms,” Jean Halley and Amy Eshleman, for the Luncheon Group of professionals in the Staten Island community, Staten Island, NY
November 3, 2011

Faculty Personnel Committee
-elected by the faculty at Wagner College to serve on this important committee making recommendations on promotion, tenure, sabbatical and faculty funding
2010-2012

Scholar for Teaching and Learning
-chosen by the Provost to be the first Wagner College Scholar for Teaching and Learning.
-helped set up the Center for Teaching, Learning and Research.
-started, developed and co-ran two fellowships entitled Faculty Fellows for Teaching,
Learning and Research.
-initiated the Wagner College “Teaching Matters” lunch discussions where faculty lead regular lunch discussions on teaching and learning issues, concerns and best practices.
-started a regular, optional midsemester diagnostics program for faculty working to improve their classes in the middle of the term.
-met one-on-one with numerous faculty to privately discuss teaching concerns.
2007-2010

Peer reviewer for The Sociological Quarterly
-reviewed manuscript submitted for publication in this important sociology journal.
2011

Peer reviewer for Qualitative Studies in Education
-reviewed manuscript submitted for publication to this education journal.
2011

Chair for the “After Stonewall: Staten Island’s LGBTQ History” Roundtable at the “Staten Island in American History and Twenty First Century Education” Conference, College of Staten Island of the City University of New York, New York City.
March 20, 2011

Peer reviewer for The International Journal of Men’s Health
-reviewed manuscript submitted for publication in this men’s studies journal.
2008

Advisory panelist for the Researching Families: Understanding Intimacy and Sexuality in Families project of the Open University in the United Kingdom
-advised and gave feedback on this international research project exploring how families express emotions.
2005

Reviewer for the Research Awards Program of the City University of New York
-evaluated applications for research awards.
2005

Peer reviewer for Qualitative Inquiry
-reviewed manuscripts submitted for publication in this sociological methods journal.
2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010

Peer reviewer for Cultural Studies: Critical Methodologies
-reviewed manuscripts submitted for publication in this cultural studies and methodology journal.
2002, 2010

Peer reviewer for Studies in Symbolic Interaction
-reviewed manuscripts submitted for publication in this research annual.
2000

Presenter for the Sociology Program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York
-presented on and answered questions about dissertation writing and the academic job search.
2002

Member of Criminology and Deviance Research Group at Columbia University
-invited to take part in a closed ongoing “Law and Society” research group made up of both faculty and graduate students from Columbia and other New York City universities exploring contemporary issues within the areas of criminology and deviance.
1997, 1998, 1999

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE
Program Coordinator of Pathways to Housing, Inc., New York City
-directed this alternative not-for-profit housing agency working to house the most disenfranchised of New York City’s homeless population.
-supervised a staff of fifteen and oversaw a budget of $500,000.
-developed and co-directed a research project with Dr. Sam Tsemberis exploring the effects of housing on people with severe psychiatric disabilities, substance addictions and long term homeless histories.
1994-95

Consultant and Member of Kuleana, Mwanza, Tanzania
-invited to work with this grassroots Tanzanian organization as a consultant and an advocate for over one hundred street children in Mwanza.
Fall 1993

House Manager in Boston shelters for the homeless, Boston, Massachusetts
-Pine Street Inn/​Saint Paul’s Women’s Shelter.
1989-1990
-Boston Family Shelter.
1990-1992, and spring 1993

Trained by the Solidarity Movement of Mental Health and Human Rights, Buenos Aires, Argentina
-invited to travel to Argentina for training in alternative mental health techniques working with families of the disappeared.
August 1991

Member of the Movement for Mental Health and Social Justice and the Boston Committee for Mental Health and Human Rights, Boston, Massachusetts
-belonged to these organizations within an international network.
-helped start the former; an action-reflection group.
1990-1992

Live-in Community Member at the Haley House Catholic Worker, Boston, Massachusetts
-lived in social justice oriented community.
-helped run the Haley House soup kitchen for homeless men.
1989-1990

RESIDENCIES
Participant in the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
Middlebury, Vermont
-accepted to participate in this highly competitive intensive eleven-day workshop as a nonfiction writer with Terry Tempest Williams.
August 2002

Resident at the Dorset Colony House for Writers and Performing Artists
Dorset, Vermont
-chosen to spend two weeks working on a nonfiction book at the residency.
April 1998

REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Selected Works

Feminism; Queer Studies
“A beautifully written handbook on understanding how systems of power and privilege warp, cloud, and distort human sexual and gender experience. I think the concluding section will save many lives, as the authors offer realistic hopes based on existing social progress.”
–Peggy McIntosh
Memoir; Social History
“This book is a tour de force, a magnificent performance in its own right.”
–Norman K. Denzin
Social Science; Critical Race Theory
Seeing White engagingly makes whiteness into a problem – one needing to be investigated in all its human and inhumane dimensions.”
–David Roediger
Sociology; Family Studies
“Brilliantly conceived… Boundaries of Touch offers readers a rare opportunity to rethink their ‘common knowledge’ about child rearing.”
–Stuart Ewen
Social Theory
"The essays in this volume are evidence of what Patricia Clough identifies as an affective turn in the humanities and social sciences." 
–Michael Hardt