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


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, VICE, TIME, and BloombergWest (among many others).


Tibbals, Chauntelle Anne. 2014. “Gonzo, Trannys, and Teens – 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 & SocietyWomen’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.

Other Degrees

M.A. – Sociology, California State University at Northridge (CSUN), 2003

B.S. – Physiological Science & Sociology, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), 2000