CV – curriculum vitae – is just a fancy way of saying “resume.” Here are some key points from mine.
Ph.D. – Sociology, University of Texas at Austin (UT), 2010
AREAS OF SOCIOLOGICAL SPECIALIZATION
Gender, Sexualities, Work & Organizations, Qualitative Research Methods, Media & New Media, Popular Culture
Work and insights have been cited in and/or referred to by Slate, KPCC (NPR), NBC News, CNN, BloombergWest, The HuffingtonPost, and AlterNet (among many others).
SELECTED SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2014 (forthcoming). “Current Trends in Adult Content Production.” Porn Studies (Routledge).
Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2013. “When Law Moves Quicker Than Culture – Key Jurisprudential Regulations Shaping the US Adult Content Production Industry.” The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice.
Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2013 (early release 2011). “Sex Work, Office Work – Women Working Behind the Scenes in the US Adult Film Industry.” Gender, Work & Organization.
Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2012. “‘Anything that forces itself into my vagina is by definition raping me…’ – Adult Performers and Occupational Safety and Health.” Stanford Law and Policy Review (SLPR).
Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2010. “From ‘The Devil in Miss Jones’ to ‘DMJ6′ – Power, Inequality, and Consistency in the Content of US Adult Films.” Sexualities.
Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2007. “Doing Gender as Resistance: Waitresses and Servers in Contemporary Table Service.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.
I have also written expository essays, research reviews, and opinion pieces published in the Encyclopedia of Gender & Society, Gender & Society, Women’s Studies International Forum, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal (among others).
Informed by feminisms and social justice, I practice embedded public sociology on a daily basis.