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CATHERINE LUTZ Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Family Professor of Anthropology and International Studies Research Professor, Watson Institute for International Studies Brown University Providence, RI (401) EDUCATION Ph.D. Harvard University (Social Anthropology), 1980 B.A. Swarthmore College (Sociology and Anthropology, with distinction), 1974 TEACHING AND RESEARCH POSITIONS Professor, Anthropology and Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, 2003-present Chair, Department of Anthropology, Brown University, Professor/Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Associate Chair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Associate/Assistant Professor, State University of New York at Binghamton, Assistant Professor, Harvard University, RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Military, war, and society; Race and gender; Democracy; Automobility and inequality; Subjectivity and power; Photography and cultural history; Critical theory; Anthropological methods; Sociocultural contexts of science and technology; U.S. twentieth century history and ethnography; Asia-Pacific HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 2013 National Humanities Center Fellowship, 2013 (declined) Distinguished Career Award, Society for the Anthropology of North America, 2010 Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Delmos Jones and Jagna Sharff Memorial Prize for the Critical Study of North America (for the book Local Democracy under Siege), 2008 Anthony Leeds Prize (for the book Homefront), 2002 Victor Turner Prize in Ethnographic Writing, Honorable Mention (for Homefront), 2002 President-Elect and President, American Ethnological Society, National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Professors, American Association of University Publishers, Honorable Mention for Best Book in Sociology and Anthropology (for Reading National Geographic), 1993 Stirling Award in Culture and Personality Studies, American Anthropological Association, 1980 C. S. Ford Cross-Cultural Research Award, Society for Cross Cultural Research, 1980 EXTERNAL GRANTS Arsenault Foundation, 2012 Palm Center Grant, Compton Foundation Research Grants (with M. Gutmann and K. Brown), 2006, 2007 NSF Research Grant, Anthropology Program (with D. Nonini and D. Holland), NSF Research Grant, Anthropology Program (with J. Collins), NIMH Research Grant, DISTINGUISHED LECTURES Burack Lecture, University of Vermont, 2012 Inaugural Annual Lecture, The Center for Humanities, Wesleyan University, 2009 Keynote Address, Canadian Anthropological Society Annual Meeting, 2008 John Christie Memorial Lecture, Vassar College, 2008 Annual Distinguished Lecture in Cultural Anthropology, University of Colorado, Denver, 2006 Annual Distinguished Lecture, Society for the Anthropology of North America, 2005 Center for the History of Print Culture in Modern America, Annual Distinguished Lecture, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995 Elizabeth Kreeger-Wolf Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, Northwestern University, 1994 Ford Foundation Lecturer, University of Chicago, 1991 BOOKS Schooled (with Anne Fernandez-Carol). New York: Teachers College Press, Carjacked: The Culture of the Automobile and its Effect on Our Lives (with Anne Fernandez-Carol). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, (Section translated to German in Luxemburg, 2010, 3: ) Breaking Ranks: Iraq Veterans Speak Out Against the War (with Matthew Gutmann). Berkeley: University of California Press, The Bases of Empire: The Global Struggle against US Military Posts (ed). London: Pluto Press (and the Transnational Institute) and New York: New York University Press, Local Democracy under Siege: Activism, Public Interests, and Private Politics (with Dorothy Holland, Donald Nonini, Marla Frederick, Thaddeus Guldbrandsen, Enrique Murillo, and Lesley Bartlett). New York: New York University Press, La dépression est-elle universelle? Préface de Vinciane Despret, Quest-ce que l'ethnopsychologie? Les empêcheurs de penser en rond. Paris: Le Seuil, (Translation and analysis of 1985 essay Depression and the Translation of Emotional Worlds ) Homefront: A Military City and the American 20 th Century. Boston: Beacon Press (with photographs by elin o Hara slavick), (Chapters reprinted in Clare Boulanger, ed. Reflecting on America: Anthropological Views of U.S. Culture. Allyn and Bacon, 2007; Janice Harper and David Price, eds. Coming of Age in Times of 2 War, in press; and as The Company in the Company Town: Fayetteville s Military Economy. Southern Exposure, 2002, 30: ) Reading National Geographic (with Jane Collins). Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993; Turkish translation, 2005, Polish translation, 2011). (Chapters reprinted in R. Lancaster and M. di Leonardo, eds. The Gender/Sexuality Reader: Culture, History, Political Economy. NY: Routledge, 1997; D. Newman, ed. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life: Readings. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press, 1997; Mary Sue MacNealy and Mary Ellen Pitts, eds. Genres in Writing: Research and Synthesis Across the Disciplines. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2001; Inderpal Grewal and Caren Kaplan, eds. Gender in a Transnational World. NY: McGraw-Hill, 2001; Polly Clark, ed. The Anthropology of Media. NY: Routledge, 2002; Richard Wilk and Kelly Askew, eds. The Anthropology of Media: A Reader. NY: Blackwell, 2002; Liz Wells, ed. The Photography Reader. NY: Routledge, 2003; Rosemary Osmond, ed., Looking for America: A Reader s Guide to the Visual Making and Remaking of People and Nation. Oxford: Blackwell, Sri Kartini Leet, ed. Reading Photography: A Sourcebook of Critical Texts London: Lund Humphries, 2011; Maciej Frąckowiak and Krzysztof Olechnicki, Visual Research in Social Science: The Reader, in press.) New Directions in Psychological Anthropology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (ed. with Theodore Schwartz and Geoffrey White), Language and the Politics of Emotion (ed. with Lila Abu-Lughod). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (Lutz chapter reprinted in R. Harre and W. G. Parrott, eds. The Emotions: Social, Cultural and Biological Dimensions. London: Sage, Revised version reprinted in C. F. Graumann and K. J. Gergen, eds. Historical Dimensions of Psychological Discourse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996; Introduction reprinted in Julene Knox, ed. Emotions: A Cultural Studies Reader, 2009.) Unnatural Emotions: Everyday Sentiments on a Micronesian Atoll and their Challenge to Western Theory. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (Chapters revised and reprinted in K. Gergen and G. Semin, eds., Everyday Understanding: Social and Scientific Implications. London: Sage, 1990; Joel Marks and Roger T. Ames, eds. Emotions in Asian Thought: A Dialogue in Comparative Philosophy. Albany: SUNY Press, 1995; Robert C. Solomon, ed. What Is an Emotion? Classic and Contemporary Readings. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.) Micronesia as Strategic Colony: The Impact of U. S. Policy on Micronesian Health and Culture (ed.). Cambridge: Cultural Survival Occasional Papers, COLLECTIVE BOOKS Network of Concerned Anthropologists, The Militarism Reader. Under review with Duke University Press. Network of Concerned Anthropologists, The Counter-Counterinsurgency Manual or, Notes on Demilitarizing American Society. Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press, (Chapter reprinted in Roderick Campbell, ed. Violence and Civilization: Studies of Social Violence in History and Prehistory. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2014.) 3 POLICY REPORTS Final Report on Expert Mission to Evaluate Risks to SEA Prevention Efforts in MINUSTAH, UNMIL, MONUSCO, and UNMISS. Prepared for United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations, November 3, 2013, with Dr. Thelma Awori and Lt General Paban J. Thapa. The Costs of War since 2001: Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Eisenhower Study Group, Watson Institute for International Studies, June 2011, new and updated papers March 2013, October With website at costsofwar.org. Conduct and Discipline in UN Peacekeeping Operations: Culture, Political Economy and Gender (with Matthew Gutmann and Keith Brown). Report submitted to the Conduct and Discipline Unit, Department of Peacekeeping Operations, United Nations, October 19, Assessment of Methodology and Results of Judiciary of Guam Facilities Master Plan. Prepared for the Chief Justice of the Guam Supreme Court, June 8, Notes on Criminal and Civil Rates and the Military Buildup-related Population Growth on Guam. Prepared for Guam Attorney General Alicia Limtiaco, June 22, ARTICLES/BOOK CHAPTERS Militarization. International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, forthcoming. The Empire of Choice and the Emergence of Military Dissent. In John Collins and Carol Granahan, eds. Ethnographies of US Empire. Durham: Duke University Press, in press (with Matthew Gutmann). Marketing Car Love in an Age of Fear: An Anthropological Approach to the Emotional Life of a World of Automobiles. Etnografica, in press. US Reconstruction Aid for Afghanistan: The Dollars and Sense. Costs of War, (with Sujaya Desai), Watson Institute for International Studies Working Papers Series, 2014, and The U.S. Car Colossus and the Production of Inequality. American Ethnologist, 2014, 41 (2): Cars and Transport: The Car-Made City. In Donald Nonini, ed. Blackwell Companion to Urban Anthropology. New York: Blackwell, 2014, pp War. In The Anthropology of Morality. Didier Fassin, ed. New York: Blackwell, 2012 (with Kathleen Millar). Anthropologia com emocao. Entrevista. Mana, 2012, 8 (1): Forward. La afectividad en antropología: una estructura ausente. Edith Caldero Rivera. Mexico City: CIESAS y Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, A Military History of the American Suburbs, the Discipline of Economics, and All Things Ordinary. Antipode, 2011, 43 (2): US Military Bases in Guam in Global Perspective. Japan Focus, July (Revised version reprinted in Gar Smith, ed. War and the Environment. San Francisco: Foundation for Deep Ecology, 2015.) Anthropology in an Era of Permanent War. Anthropologica, 2009, 51: Warmaking as the American Way of Life. In Hugh Gusterson and Catherine Besteman, eds. The Insecure American. Berkeley: University of California Press, (Reprinted in Clare Boulanger, ed. Reflecting on America: Anthropological Views of U.S. Culture. Allyn and Bacon, 2013.) U.S. Foreign Military Bases: The Edge and Essence of Empire. In Ida Susser and Jeffrey Maskovsky, eds. Rethinking America. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, The Military Normal. In Network of Concerned Anthropologists, The Counter-Counterinsurgency Manual or, Notes on Demilitarizing American Society. Chicago: Prickly Paradigm Press, Becoming Monsters in Iraq: Civilian Casualties and PTSD among US Veterans. Anthropology Now, April 2009, 1 (1): (with Matthew Gutmann). Introduction: Bases, Empire, and Global Response. In C. Lutz, ed. The Bases of Empire: The Global Struggle against US Military Posts (ed.). London: Pluto Press, [Revised version in The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Catherine-Lutz/3086] Grunt Lit: The Participant Observers of Empire. American Ethnologist, 2007, 34 (2): (with Keith Brown). Emocoes e guerras: da Micronesia as bases militares americanas: Entrevista com Catherine Lutz. Etnografica, 2007, 11 (2): Empire Is in the Details. American Ethnologist, 2006, 33 (4): Militarization. In David Nugent and Joan Vincent, eds. A Companion to the Anthropology of Politics. New York: Blackwell, War Casualties on the Domestic Front. Women s Review of Books, February (Reprinted in Barbara Sutton and Sandra Morgan, eds. Security Disarmed: Critical Perspectives on Gender, Race, and Militarization. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2008 and Gwyn Kirk and Margo Okazawa-Rey, eds. Women's Lives: Multicultural Perspectives, 5th edition. New York: McGraw Hill, 2008.) Afterword. In Conerly Casey and Robert Edgerton, eds. A Companion to Psychological Anthropology: Modernity and Psychocultural Change. New York: Blackwell Press, Hidden Casualties. Southern Exposure, Spring, 2003, 31: (with Jon Elliston). (Reprinted in Janet Jacobsen and Elizabeth Castelli, eds. Interventions: Activists and Academics Respond to Violence. NY: Palgrave/McMillan, 2004; Laura Flanders, ed. The W Effect: Bush s War on Women. New York: The Feminist Press, 2004.) 5 Acknowledging the Anthony Leeds Prize in Urban Anthropology, City and Society, 2003, 15 (1): The Wars Less Known. South Atlantic Quarterly, 2002, 101 (2): Making War at Home in the United States: Militarization and the Current Crisis. American Anthropologist, 2002, 104 (3): (Reprinted in V. Bernal, Contemporary Cultures, Global Connections: Anthropology for the 21 st Century. San Diego: Cognella, 2012; A. Sharma and A. Gupta, eds. The Anthropology of the State: A Reader. New York: Blackwell, 2006). Citizenship in Emergency: A Response. Boston Review, October/November (Reprinted in Elaine Scarry, Joel Rogers, and Joshua Cohen, eds. Who Defended the Country? A New Democracy Forum on Authoritarian versus Democratic Approaches to National Defense on 9/11. Boston: Beacon Press, 2003.) Feminist Emotions. In Jeannette Mageo, ed. The Self and Power. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (Revised version reprinted in Science and Emotions after 1945: A Transnational Perspective. Frank Biess and Daniel M. Gross, eds. University of Chicago Press, Reprinted in Querelles: Jahrbuch fur Frauenforschung Stuttgart: Verlag J.B. Metzler, 2002.) Excessive States. Real, 2000, 16: (with Thomas Chivens). Ethnography at the War Century s End. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (Special issue, Ethnography: Reflections at the Century s End ), 1999, 28 (6): The Economies of Violence and the Violence of Economies. In Henrietta Moore, ed., Anthropological Theory Today. London: Polity Press, 1999 (with Donald Nonini). Discipline, the Uniform, and Citizenship: High School Military Training, Then and Now. The Urban Review, 1998, 30: (with Lesley Bartlett). The Psychological Ethic and the Spirit of Containment. Public Culture, 1997, 9 (2): (Revised version reprinted as Epistemology of the Bunker: The Brainwashed and other Subjects of Permanent War. In Joel Pfister and Nancy Schnog, eds., Inventing the Psychological: Toward a Cultural History of Emotional Life in America. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.) Unfenced Constructivisms. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 1996, 10 (1): Making Soldiers in the Public Schools: An Analysis of the Army JROTC Curriculum. Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1995 (with Lesley Bartlett). (Reprinted in Education Digest, November 1995: 9-14.) The Gender of Theory. In Ruth Behar and Deborah Gordon, eds., Women Writing Culture/Culture Writing Women. Berkeley: University of California Press, (Reprinted in Kim Fortun and Mike Fortun, Cultural Anthropology, London: Sage, 2009.) Warring Emotions: The Cultural Contradictions of Emotion in Modern Warfare. In C. Ellis and M. Flaherty, eds. Social Perspectives on Emotion. Vol. 3, pp Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Intentionality, Race, and Evolutionism in Photographs of 'Non-Westerners'. In L. Rosen, ed. Other Intentions: Cultural Contexts and the Attribution of Inner States. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, Archaeology Deployed for the Gulf War. Critique of Anthropology, 1994, 14 (3): (with Susan Pollock). Social Contexts of Postmodern Cultural Analysis. In J.P. Jones, W. Natter and T. Schatzski, eds., Postmodern Contentions. NY: Guilford Publications, Woman, Culture and Society (review essay). The Nation, 1993, 257 (11): Culture and Consciousness: A Problem in the Anthropology of Knowledge. In P. Cole, D. Johnson, and F. Kessel, eds., Self and Consciousness. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum Publishers, Becoming America's Lens on the World: National Geographic in the 20th Century. South Atlantic Quarterly, 1991, 91 (1): (with Jane Collins). (Reprinted in M. Torgovnick, ed. Eloquent Obsessions. Durham: Duke University Press, 1994.) The Photograph as an Intersection of Gazes: The Example of National Geographic. Visual Anthropology Review, 1991, 7 (1): (Reprinted in Sri Kartini Leet, ed., Reading Photography: A Sourcebook of Critical Texts Lund Humphries, 2012; W. Hesford and B. Brueggemann, eds. Rhetorical Visions: Reading and Writing in a Visual Culture. Upper Saddle River: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007; A. Cameron, ed. Looking for America: The Visual Production of Nation and People. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005; L. Taylor, ed. Visualizing Theory. NY: Routledge, 1994.) Motivated Models. In Roy D'Andrade and Claudia Strauss, eds., Cultural Models in Action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, The Erasure of Women's Writing in Sociocultural Anthropology. American Ethnologist, 1990, 17: Introduction (with L. Abu-Lughod) and Engendered Emotion: Gender, Power and the Rhetoric of Emotional Control in American Discourse. In Language and the Politics of Emotion. C. Lutz and L. Abu-Lughod, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Imagination and Identity in the Photograph. Anthropology Newsletter, 1989, 30, 5:14. Ethnographic Perspectives on the Emotion Lexicon. In V. Hamilton, G. Bower, and N. Frijda, eds., Cognitive Perspectives on Emotion and Motivation. Dordrecht, Holland: M. Nijhoff, Goals, Events, and Understanding in Ifaluk Emotion Theory. In Dorothy Holland and Naomi Quinn, eds., Cultural Models in Language and Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, The Anthropology of Emotions. Annual Review of Anthropology, 1986, 15: (with Geoffrey White). Emotion, Thought, and Estrangement: Emotion as a Cultural Category. Cultural Anthropology, 1986, 1: (Reprinted in Malgorzata Rajtar and Dr Justyna Straczuk, eds. Emocje w Kulturze. University of Warsaw Press, 2012; Helena Wulff, ed. The Emotions: A Cultural Reader. Berg, The Compact of Free Association, Micronesian Non-Independence, and U. S. Policy. Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 1986, 18 (2): Depression and the Translation of Emotional Worlds. In Arthur Kleinman and Byron Good, eds., Culture and Depression. Berkeley: University of California Press, Ethnopsychology Compared to What? Explaining Behavior and Consciousness among the Ifaluk. In Geoffrey White and John Kirkpatrick, eds., Person, Self, and Experience: Exploring Pacific Ethnopsychologies. Berkeley: University of California Press, Cultural Patterns and Individual Differences in the Child's Emotional Meaning System. In Michael Lewis and Carolyn Saarni, eds., The Socialization of Affect. NY: Plenum Press, Introduction. Micronesia as Strategic Colony: The Impact of U. S. Policy on Micronesian Health and Culture. Cambridge: Cultural Survival Occasional Papers, Parental Goals, Ethnopsychology, and the Development of Emotional Meaning. Ethos, 1983, 11: Culture and Intelligence in Infancy: An Ethnopsychological View. In Michael Lewis, ed., Origins of Intelligence:Infancy and Early Childhood. 2nd ed. NY: Plenum Press, 1983 (with Robert A. LeVine). The Domain of Emotion Words on Ifaluk. American Ethnologist, 1982, 9: (Reprinted in Rom Harre, ed., The Social Construction of Emotions. London: Basil Blackwell, 1986.) Introspection and Cultural Knowledge Systems. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1982, 5: Situation-Based Emotion Frames and the Cultural Construction of Emotions. In Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Berkeley: Sloan Foundation, 1981, pp ACADEMIC COMMENTARY/SHORT PIECES Problem of Gender and Citations Raised Again in New Research Study. Anthropology News, 2013 (with Virginia Dominguez and Matthew Gutmann) problem-of-gender-and-citations-raised-again-in-new-research-study/. The Anthropology of Peace and War. American Anthropologist, 2011, 113 (3): 495 (with Roberto Gonzalez). Commentary on Setha Low and Sally Merry, Engaged Anthropology: Diversity and Dilemmas, Current Anthropology, 2010, 51: Commentary on Knowledge and Empire: The Social Sciences and United States Imperial Expansion. Identit
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