Profiles in "Social Movements" Expertise Area

  • Bates is an Associate Dean and Professor in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. Her scholarship examines leadership, activism, and community development among Indigenous peoples.
  • Davulcu's is co-founder of ARTIS Looking Glass, LLC -- a startup that focuses on the voices and perspectives of people and social movements in conflict areas as well as those of transnational groups.
  • Riding In is the editor of Wicazo Sa Review. His research, teaching, and service focus on sovereignty, repatriation, religious freedom, cultural resources laws, racism, colonization/decolonization, and Pawnee history.
  • Mueller is best known as a social movements scholar, with particular attention to the international women’s movement. She has an edited volume now under review "Localizing Human Rights Abuses: The U.S.-Mexico Experience."
  • Gruber teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in film, consumerism, rhetorical theory, research methods, and professional speaking and writing. She is also a faculty member in Barrett, the Honors College.
  • Halavais helps people to discover ways in which social media change the nature of scholarship and learning, and allow for new forms of collaboration and self-government. He directs the master's program in social technologies.
  • Behl specializes in the study of inequalities in liberal democracies. Her book received the APSA 2021 Lee Ann Fujii Award. She was also awarded ASU's Outstanding Teaching, Mentoring, DEI, and Social Impact Awards.
  • Dr. Davis is an anthropologist, geographer, and emancipatory educator who serves as co-director of ASU's Innovations Leadership Lab and coordinator of the Teaching Innovations Exchange.
  • Bae's research and teaching interests encompass an array of historical and contemporary topics, including social and political movements, immigration, and imperialism and colonialism.