Department of Sociology & Anthropology
Middle Tennessee State University
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
|ANTH 2010||Cultural Anthropology||MWF||8:00 to 8:55|
|ANTH 3110||Cross Cultural Media Studies||MWF||9:10 to 10:05|
|ANTH 4730||Economic Anthropology||MWF||10:20 to 11:15|
|ANTH 2105||Introduction to Latin American Studies||TR||1:00 to 2:25|
2013 Amazon Town TV: An Audience Ethnography in Gurupá, Pará. Austin: University of Texas Press. Pace, Richard and Brian Hinote.
2012 Through Kayapó Cameras: Report from the Field. American Anthropology Newsletter 53(4):18-19. Shepard, Glenn and Richard Pace.
2009 Television's Interpellation: Heeding, Missing, Ignoring, and Resisting the Call for Pan-National Identity in the Brazilian Amazon. American Anthropologist 111(4):407- 419.
2006 O Abuso Científico do Termo Caboclo? Dúvidas de Representação e Autoridade." Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi: Ciências Humanas. 1(3):79-92.
2004 Failed Guardianship or Failed Metaphors in the Brazilian Amazon? Problems with 'Imagined Eco-Communities' and Other Metaphors and Models for the Amazon Peasantries. The Journal of Anthropological Research. 60:231-259.
1998 The Struggle for Amazon Town: Gurupá Revisited. Boulder CO.: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
1997 The Amazon Caboclo, What's in a Name? The Luso-Brazilian Review 34 (2): 81-89.
1996 First-Time Televiewing in Amazônia: Television Acculturation in Gurupá, Brazil. Reprinted in Podolefsky and Brown Applying Cultural Anthropology: An Introductory Reader, third edition. Mayfield Publishers, Pp. 66-75.
1996 Review of David J. Hess' Samba in the Night: Spiritism in Brazil. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
1995 The New Amazons in Amazon Town? A Case Study of Women's Public Roles in Gurupá, Pará. Brazil. The Journal of Anthropological Research 51(3):263-278.
1994 Review of Leo A. Despres' Manaus: Social Life and Work in Brazil's Free Trade Zone. American Ethnologist 21(4):1094-95.1994 Gender Roles, Public Occupations, and the New Amazons-Part 1. Intercambio Internacional Vol. XII (2):4-5.
1994 Gender Roles, Public Occupations, and the New Amazons-Part 2. Intercambio Internacional Vol. XIII (1): 2-3.
1993 First-Time Televiewing in Amazônia: Television Acculturation in Gurupá, Brazil. Ethnology Vol. XXXII (2):187-205.
1992 Social Conflict and Political Mobilization in the Brazilian Amazon: A Case Study of Gurupá. American Ethnologist 19 (4):710-732.
1992 Review of Ronald Chilcote's Power and the Ruling Classes in Northeast Brazil: Juazeiro and Petrolina in Transition. American Ethnologist 19 (3):631-31.
1992 Review of Judith Lisansky's Migrants to Amazonian: Spontaneous Colonization in the Brazilian Frontier. American Ethnologist 19 (3):632-3.
1990 The New Catholic Church in Itá: A Case Study of Liberation Theology, Ecclesiastical Base Communities, and Social Conflict in an Amazonian Community of Brazil. In Looking Through the Kaleidoscope: Essay in Honor of Charles Wagley. Florida Journal of Anthropology, Special Publication, Number 6, pp. 11-17.
1983 The Churches of Poverty. Florida Journal of Anthropology (8)1:44-46.
1983 The Churches of Poverty: Religion's Role in Distributing Aid in a Shantytown of Belém, Brazil. Latinamericanist (University of Florida) (18) 2: 1-6.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
2012-2014 National Science Foundation Grant - The Evolution of Media Influence in Brazil: A Longitudinal and Multi-Sited Study of Electronic and Digital Media. (Co-PI Conrad Kottak).
2011-2012 Fulbright Scholar in Brazil – Federal University of Pará, Belém
2007-2008 Liberal Arts Outstanding Advisor Award
2007-2008 Disabled Student Services Outstanding Mentoring Award
2002-2003 Middle Tennessee State University Outstanding Teacher Award