2004 PhD Sociology, University of California, Irvine.
2000 MA Sociology, University of California, Irvine.
1994 MA Sport Psychology, California State University, Long Beach.
1992 HSTC Teaching Credential, California State University Long Beach.
1990 BS Health Science, California State University, Long Beach.
ESTEEMED MEMBERSHIP 2013 Fellow, British Academy of Social Sciences
2010 Fellow, International Academy of Sex Researchers
2008 Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy
GOOGLE CITATION INDEX Total Citations 2571
Citations since 2010 2239
H Index: 25
i10 Index: 40
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2010-present Professor of Sport, Masculinities and Sexualities, University of Winchester.
2005-2010 Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Bath.
2004-2005 Lecturer, Department of Sociology, State University of New York Stony Brook.
1999-2004 Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of California Irvine.
2001-2002 Lecturer, Department of Kinesiology, California State University Long Beach.
1998-2001 Lecturer, Department of Health Sciences, Saddleback College.
2009-present Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, University of California, Irvine.
2007-2010 Visiting Professor, Center for the Study of Sport in Society, Northeastern University, MA.
TRUSTEE 2014-present Sport Collision Injury Collective.
of Masculinities. This award is given to less than 1% of academic books.
2010 Book of the Year, Honorable Mention, Inclusive Masculinity: The Changing Nature
of Masculinities. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport.
2005 CHOICE, Outstanding Academic Title Award, In the Game: Gay Athletes and the Cult of Masculinity. This is a highly prestigious award in the United States.
2004 Outstanding Dissertation. American Sociological Association, Sexualities Section.
2003 Honorable Mention. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Barbara Brown Student Paper Award.
2003 Robin Williams Jr. Award. University of California, Irvine.
2002 Honorable Mention: Robin Williams Jr. University of California, Irvine.
2000 Booklist, Starred Review, Trailblazing: The True Story of America’s First Openly Gay Track Coach.
2012 Outsports.com recognition as 37th most important individual in gay sport history.
2001 Feminist Activism Award. University of California Irvine.
1996 Outstanding Gay and Lesbian Leadership. Project Ten, Los Angeles, Model of Pride.
2010 Recognition as Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.
2007 John Willis Award for outstanding research, teaching and student support. University of Bath. This is a university-wide teaching award.
2003 Outstanding Teaching Award. University of California Irvine, Department of Sociology.
2003 Commendation for Outstanding Teaching. University of California Irvine, School of Social Sciences.
2002 Outstanding Teacher Award. University of California Irvine, Department of Sociology.
2010-present Journal of Homosexuality 2008-present Gender & Society 2006-present Men and Masculinities
2011 Journal of Homosexuality
Sport, Men and Sexualities
Issue 58, Volume 5
2018 Journal of Gender Studies
In Press Anderson, Eric; Magrath, R. & Bullingham, R. Out in Sport: The Experiences of Openly Gay and Lesbian Athletes. Routledge.
In Press Anderson, Eric & McCormack, M. He’s Hot, She’s Hot: The Social Progress of Bisexual Men. Columbia University Press.
2014 Anderson, Eric. 21st Century Jocks: Sporting Men and Contemporary Heterosexuality. Palgrave-McMillian.
-Reviewed in Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 49(6): 761-764.
-Reviewed in Nordic Sport Science Forum, Nov 13, 2014.
2012 Anderson, Eric. The Monogamy Gap: Men, Love, and the Reality of Cheating.
Oxford University Press.
2010 Anderson, Eric. Sport, Theory and Social Problems: A Critical Introduction.
-Reviewed in Idrottsforum.org (Swedish), online.
-Reviewed in Phenex Journal, 3(2), online.
2009 Anderson, Eric. Inclusive Masculinity: The Changing Nature of Masculinities. Routledge.
-Published in softback in 2011
-Recommended by the American Library Association (CHOICE) given to less than 1% of books.
-Awarded by the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport
-Reviewed in Contemporary Sociology, 39(1): 271-272.
-Reviewed in American Psychological Association, online.
-Reviewed in Men and Masculinities, 14(4): 55-507.
-Reviewed in Gender & Society, 25(1): 124-125.
-Reviewed in Sociology of Sport Journal, 27(3): 319-322.
-Reviewed in Qualitative Sociology, 33:111-115.
-Reviewed in Journal of Men’s Studies, 18(1): 109-112.
-Reviewed in Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies 2010 (v 30).
-Reviewed in Journal of Gender and Education, 2012.
-Reviewed in Equalities, Diversion and Inclusion, 2013, 32(1): 120 – 122
-Reviewed in International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 2013, 48(3): 380-383
2005 Anderson, Eric. Inthe Game: Gay Athletes and the Cult of Masculinity.
State University of New York Press.
-Outstanding Academic Title, Awarded by The American Library Association (CHOICE) given to less than 1% of books.
-Reviewed in Contemporary Sociology, 36(4): 337-338.
-Reviewed in Gender & Society, 25(3): 391-394.
-Reviewed in Men and Masculinities, 10(2): 260-262.
-Reviewed in Journal of Sport History, 33(1): 45-95.
2014 Hargreaves, J. & Anderson, Eric. Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender, and Sexualities. New York: Routledge.
EDITED BOOKS 2012 Anderson, Eric. Sport, Masculinities and Sexualities. New York: Routledge.
2010 Anderson, Eric. The Runner’s Textbook: A Comprehensive Approach to Distance Running. Charleston, SC: Booksurge.
2009 Anderson, Eric. Souls of our Nation: The Lost Tale of Slavery, Revolutionary War, and the Burning of Manhattan. Charleston, SC: Booksurge.
2000 Anderson, Eric. Trailblazing: America’s First Openly Gay Track Coach. Los Angeles: Alyson Press.
-Booklist gave this title their most prestigious award, a “Starred Review.”
-Subject of Sociology of Sport Journal review symposium, 18(4): 450-478.
-Subject of an “Author Meets Critics” session at National Association for the Sociology of Sport, 2001.
-Reprinted in 2003 with Identity Press: Fountain Valley, Ca.
1993 Anderson, Eric. Training Games: Coaching Runners Creatively. Palo Alto, CA: Track & Field News Press.
- 2nd edition, 1998.
- 3rd edition, 2000.
- 4th edition, 2006.
-5th edition, 2015.
Total Articles Published 56
*Co-authorship with a graduate student
** Co-authorship with an undergraduate student
Five year Impact Factor / ERA Rank
Joseph, L. & Anderson, Eric
The Influence of Gender Segregation and Teamsport Experience on Occupational Discrimination in Sport-based Employment.
Journal of Gender Studies.
*Branfman, J.; Stiritz, S. & Anderson, Eric
Relaxing the Straight-Male Anus:
Decreasing Homohysteria around Anal Eroticism.
The Declining Existence of Men’s Homophobia in British Sport.
Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 6(1): 107-121.
Shifting Masculinities in Anglo-American Countries.
Masculinities and Social Change, 1(1): 60-79.
Southall, R., Anderson, Eric, Southall, C., Nagel, M. & Polite, F. An Investigation of Ethnicity
as a Variable Related to US Male College Athletes' Sexual Orientation Behaviors and Attitudes
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(2): 293-313.
Anderson, Eric & *Adams, A.
“Aren’t We All a Little Bisexual?”: The
Recognition of Bisexuality in an Unlikely Place
Journal of Bisexuality, 11(1): 3-22.
-Reprinted in (2012) Sport, Masculinities and Sexualities. Anderson, Eric (ed). Routledge.
**Ripley, M; Anderson, Eric; McCormack, M; Adams, A. & Pitts, R.
The Decreasing Significance of Stigma in the Lives of Bisexual Men.
Journal of Bisexuality, 11(2-3): 195-206
Masculinities and Sexualities in Sport and Physical Cultures: Three Decades of Evolving Research,
Journal of Homosexuality, 58(5): 565-578.
Updating the Outcome: Gay Athletes, Straight Teams, and Coming Out in Educationally Based Sport Teams..
Gender & Society, 25(2): 250-268.
-Subject of a Gender & Society Podcast
Inclusive Masculinities of University Soccer Players in the American Midwest.
Gender and Education, 23(6): 729-744.
The Rise and Fall of Western Homohysteria
Journal of Feminist Scholarship, 1(1): 80-94.
*McCormack, M. & Anderson, Eric
“It’s Just not Acceptable Any More”: The Erosion of Homophobia and the Softening of Masculinity at an English Sixth Form.
Sociology, 44(5): 843-859.
-Reprinted in Men’s Lives (9th edition).
‘‘At least with cheating there is an attempt at monogamy’’: Cheating and Monogamism Among Undergraduate Heterosexual Men.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27(7): 851-872.
Anderson, Eric & *McCormack, M.
Intersectionality, Critical Race Theory and American Sporting Oppression: Examining Black and Gay Male Athletes.
Journal of Homosexuality, 57, 949-967.
Anderson, Eric & *McGuire, R.
Inclusive Masculinity Theory and the Gendered Politics of Men’s Rugby.
Journal of Gender Studies, 19(3): 249-261.
-Third most all-time read article of this journal.
-Included as a special virtual issue of the Journal of Gender Studies
*McCormack, M. & Anderson, Eric
The Re-production of Homosexually Themed Discourse in Educationally-Based Organised Sport.
Culture, Health & Sexuality, 12(8): 913-927.
*Adams, A., Anderson, Eric &*McCormack, M.
Establishing and Challenging Masculinity: The Influence of Gendered Discourses in Organized Sport Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 29(3): 278-300.
-The most downloaded article 2009 – 2010.
Anderson, Eric &*McCormack, M.
Comparing Black and Gay Male Athletes: Patterns in American Oppression.
The Journal of Men’s Studies, 18(2): 145-158.
Southall, R., Nagel, M., Anderson, Eric, Polite, F. & Southall, C.
An Investigation of Male College Athletes’ Attitudes toward Sexual-Orientation.
Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (2) 62-77.
Kian, T. & Anderson, Eric
John Amaechi: Changing the Way Sport Reporters Examine Gay Athletes.
Journal of Homosexuality, 56(7):1-20.
The Maintenance of Masculinity among the Stakeholders of Sport.
Sport Management Review, 12(1): 3-14.
“Being Masculine is not about who you Sleep with…”: Heterosexual Athletes Contesting Masculinity and the One-Time Rule of Homosexuality.
Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 58(1-2): 104-115.
-An earlier version of this paper won an award for Outstanding Dissertation by the Sexualities Section of the American Sociological Association.
-One of the top 20 most viewed articles from this journal 2008-2012.
Inclusive Masculinity in a Fraternal Setting.
Men and Masculinities, 10(5): 604-620.
‘I used to think women were weak:’ Orthodox Masculinity, Gender-Segregation and Sport.
Sociological Forum, (23)2: 257-280.
-Reprinted in (2009) Michael Kimmel & Michael Messner (eds.), Men’s Lives. New York: Macmillan Publishing.
Using the Master’s Tools: Resisting Colonization through Colonial Sports.
International Journal of the History of Sport, (26)2: 247-266. -Reprinted in (2008) Richard King (ed.), Native Americans and Sport in North America: Other People’s Games. London: Routledge.
Orthodox & Inclusive Masculinity: Competing Masculinities among Heterosexual Men in a Feminized Terrain.
Sociological Perspectives, 48(3): 337-355.
-Reprinted in (2009). Peter Adler & Patti Adler (eds), Sociological Odyssey: Contemporary Readings inIntroductory Sociology. New York: Wadsworth.
-Reprinted in (2007). Michael Kimmel & Michael Messner (eds.), Men’s Lives. New York: Macmillan Publishing.
Openly Gay Athletes: Contesting Hegemonic Masculinity in a Homophobic Environment.
Gender & Society, 16(6): 860-877.
-Reprinted in (2009). Paul Davis & Charlene Weaving (eds.), Philosophical Perspectives on Gender in Sports. London: Routledge.
-Reprinted in (2006).Stephen Whitehead (ed.), Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology (5 volumes). Volume III 'Identity, Association and Embodiment,’ Part 3 ‘Gay Masculinities,’ 200 -219. London: Routledge.
In press Anderson, Eric & Morris, Max. Homophobia and the American Middle Class. In Robert Rycroft (Ed). The American Middle Class: An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty. ABC-CLIO: Santa Barbara, Ca.
In press Anderson, Eric & White, A*. Sport, Athletics and Homosexuality. In N. Naples, Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Chichester, England: Whiley-Blackwell.
In press Anderson, Eric. Inclusive Masculinity Theory. In George Cunningham and
Fink, J.; & Doherty, A.
Routledge Handbook of Theory in Sport Management. In press Scoats, R. & Anderson, Eric. Homohysteria and coming out in sport. In. T. Byers & S. Gorse, Contemporary issues in sport management: An introduction, London: Sage, (chapter 25).
2014 Bullingham, Magrath and Anderson, Eric. Changing the Game: Sport and a Cultural Shift away from Homohysteria. In Anderson, Eric & Hargreaves, Jenny (eds.) Handbook of Sport, Gender and Sexuality. New York: Routledge.
2015 Anderson, Eric. Inclusive Masculinity Theory. In CJ Pascoe and Tristan Bridges Exploring Masculinities: Identity, Inequality, Continuity & Change.
Cambridge: Oxford University Press.
2015 Magrath, R. & Anderson, Eric. Homophobia in men's football. In J.E. Hughson, J. Maguire, R. Spaajj & K. Moore (Eds). RoutledgeHandbook of Football Studies. In press Anderson, Eric & McCormack, M. Gays and Lesbians in Competitive, Organized Sport: Contesting Heterosexual Hegemony. In (Don Barrett, LGBTQ Section Editor) International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition.
2014 McCormack, M. & Anderson, Eric. Ya no se acepta más’: la erosión 2 de la homofobia y el suavizado de la masculinidad en las clases de sexto de Inglaterra. In Joaquín Piedra’s Género, masculinidades y diversidad: la educación física más allá de la lucha feminista. Ediciones Octaedro’s: Spain.
2013 Anderson, Eric. Masculinity and Homophobia in School and College Sports. In Ian Rivers & Neil Duncan (eds.), Bullying: Experiences and Discourses of Gender and Sexuality. London: Routledge.
2013 Anderson, Eric. Gay Male Athletes and Shifting Masculine Identities. In Ben Carrington & David Andrews (eds.),A Companion to Sport - Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies. Chapter 11, p. 196-209. Oxford: Blackwell.
2013 Anderson, Eric, McCormack, M. & **Ripley, M. Men, Masculinities and Sexualities. In Melanie Sartore (Ed.) Sexual Minorities in Sport: Prejudice at Play. Lynne Rienner Publishers: Boulder, CO. Chapter 3: pages 31-54.
2012 Anderson, Eric. The Making of Heterosexual Men. In. Tazer, Malcom (ed.). Physical Education and Sport in Independent Schools, John Catt, Woodbridge (Suffolk) 2012.
2012 Anderson, Eric. The Changing Relationship Between Men’s Homosexuality and
Sport. In Cunningham, George (ed). Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in
Sport: Lessons from Advocates, Academics and Coaches. Pp. 35-45. College Station, Texas: Center for Sport Management Research and Education.
2011 *Peterson, G. & Anderson, Eric
Queering Masculine Peer Culture: Softening Gender Performances on the University Dance Floor. In Nelson Rodriguez (ed). Queer Masculinities: Explorations of Educational Purpose.
2007 Anderson, Eric. Sport on the Navajo Nation. In Richard King (ed.), Native Americans and Sport in North America: Other People's Games. London: Routledge.
Chapter 10: 110-129.
2007 Anderson, Eric. Coaching Identity and Social Exclusion. In Jim Denison (ed.), Coaching Knowledges: Understanding the Dynamics of Sport Performance. London: A&C Black.
2006 Anderson, Eric. Varieties of Masculinities in Male Cheerleading. In Adler, Patricia & Adler, Peter (eds). Sociological Odyssey: Contemporary Readings in Introductory Sociology. Wadsworth Cengage: New York. Chapter 32: 253-262.
-Reprinted in the 4th volume, 2013.
2006 Anderson, Eric. Pitching for Equality: Gay Athletes and Homophobia. In Prettyman, Sandra and Lampman, Brian (eds.), Learning Culture through Sports: Exploring the Role of Sport in Society. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Chapter 8: 89-102.
FOREWORDS to ACADEMIC BOOKS
2012 Anderson, Eric. Foreword to Jorge Knijnik and Daryl Adair’s,
Embodied Masculinities in Global Sport.
West Virginia University Press.
2012 Anderson, Eric. Foreword to Mark McCormack’s, The Declining Significance of Homophobia: How teenage boys are redefining masculinity and heterosexuality. Oxford University Press.
2007 Anderson, Eric. Foreword to David Nylund’s,
Beer, Babes, and Ball: Masculinity and Sports Talk Radio.
State University of New York Press.
OTHER ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS Forthcoming Anderson, Eric. Sexual Minority Men in Sports, in the SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies (ed.) A Goldberg. SAGE, New York.
2015 Anderson, Eric. Compulsory Heterosexuality, in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology 2nd Edition. (ed.), G. Ritzer. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, Volume II.
2011 Anderson, Eric. Homophobia, Encyclopedia Britannica.
2007 Anderson, Eric. Compulsory Heterosexuality, in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. (ed.), G. Ritzer. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, Volume II:638-9.
2006 Anderson, Eric. Multiple entries: Arthur Ashe, Babe Dierkenson, Billie Bean, Coaching and Homophobia, Figure Skating, Football, Magic Johnson, Dave Kopay, Patricia Nell Warren, Rugby, Soccer, Sport and Queer Culture, Swimming. Encyclopedia of Contemporary and International Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Culture. Gerstner, David (ed.), London: Routledge.
2004 Anderson, Eric. Jock. Encyclopedia of Studies on Men and Masculinities, (ed.) Michael Kimmel. Oxford: ABC-Clio Press.
2003 Anderson, Eric. Sport Sociology Syllabus. Guide to Teaching Sport Sociology, (ed.), James Steele. American Sociological Association Publication.
2001 Anderson, Eric. Review Symposium Response. Trailblazing: America’s First Openly Gay Track Coach.
Sociology of Sport Journal, 18(4): 478-450.
ACADEMIC BOOK REVIEWS
2011 **Ripley, M. & Anderson, Eric. Michael Jackson’s Dangerous Liaisons by Carl Toms. Sexualities, 14(6): 750-752.
2011 Anderson, Eric. The Gay Games: A History by Carolyn Symons.
Sport in Society, 14(1): 126-128.
2008 Anderson, Eric. Cultures of Masculinity by Tim Edwards.
Gender & Society, 22(2): 270-271.
2007 Anderson, Eric. Medicalized Masculinities by Dana Rosenfeld and Christopher Faircloth.
Contemporary Sociology, 36(1): 75-76.
2007 Anderson, Eric. Review Response. Medicalized Masculinities by Dana Rosenfeld and Christopher Faircloth.
2015 Address: How the Structure of Sport Creates a Culture of Abuse. The Royal Society Medicine.
2015 Keynote: 21st Century Jocks: Sporting Men and Contemporary Heterosexualities.
Sports, Genders and Sexualities – Social, Ethical and Political Challenges.
2014 Presidential Symposium: Heterosexual Men, Decreasing Homohysteria and Same- Sex Kissing. International Association of Sex Researchers, Dubrovnki, Croatia.
2013 Keynote: “The Impact of Self-Disclose, Drinking, and Sex in Ethnography.”
British Sociological Association Regional Post-Graduate Event: Demystifying the Insider/Outsider Debate in Qualitative Research.
2012 Keynote: “From Hegemony to Inclusivity: The Evolution of Masculinity Theory.”
British Sociological Association, Youth Study Group. Young Masculinities: Challenges, Changes and Transitions. London.
2012 Keynote: “Improving the Game: The Emergence of gay men in sport.”
United Against Homophobia in Sport Conference, Uterech, Netherlands.
2012 Keynote: “Changing the Game: Sport and Masculinities.” Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Sport Conference. Austin: Texas A&M University.
2011 Keynote. “Increasing Social Legitimacy of Bisexuality.” Bisexual Research Convention: London, England.
2010 Keynote. “Inclusive Masculinity in the Beautiful Game.” Gender, Sexualities, and the World of Football. Melbourne, Australia.
2009 Keynote: “A Century of Homophobia in Sport.” Sexualities and Sport Conference.
Ithaca, New York.
2008 Keynote: “Gays in Sport: Where we have been and where we are at.” Power of Sport Summit. Northeastern University. Boston, Massachusetts.
2006 Keynote: “Hoist the Anchor: How Sports Stymie Social Progress.”
Pacific Sociological Association. Los Angeles, California.
2005 Keynote: “Breaking the Silence: Gay and Lesbians in Sport.” USA Women’s Lacrosse National Meeting. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
2004 Keynote: “Sport, Men and the Gender Order.” Gay and Lesbian Athletics Foundation. Boston, Massachusetts.
2003 Keynote: “Our Place in History: Gays and Lesbians in Sport.” Gay and Lesbian Athletics Foundation. Boston, Massachusetts.
2003 Keynote: “Challenging Homophobia in Sport in the New Millennium.” Gays in Sport Conference. California State University, San Francisco.
ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 2015 21st Century Jocks
International Sport Sociology Association, Paris.
2015 21st Century Jocks
Durham Sexualities Summer School
2015 The Experiences of Gay Male Athletes
Sexual Minorities in Sport Conference, Dunkirk.
2015 The Changing Nature of Athletic Masculinity
Football in Culture Conference, Southampton Solent University
2014 Masculinities Adaptation and Difference
British Sociological Association, London
2014 Why Middle-Aged Women Cheat
American Sociological Association, San Francisco
2014 From Hegemony to Inclusivity
Dislocating Masculinities, Sussex
2014 From Hegemony to Inclusivity
Understanding LGBT Lives in the Context of Decreasing Homophobia, Durham
2013 The Use of Pornography in Eroding Hegemony
British Sociological Association’s Youth Sexualities, Durham
International Association of Sex Researchers, Chicago.
2011 The Use of the Internet in Eroding Sexual Hegemony. Brighton Sussex Sexualities Network, University of Brighton.
2011 “I kiss them Because I love them.” International Academy of Sex Research. University of California, Los Angeles.
2011 The Use of the Internet in Eroding Sexual Hegemony. Sexualization of Culture. Institute of Education, London.
2011 “I kiss them because I love them.” International Association for the Sociology of Sport. Havana, Cuba.
2011 “Heterosexual Men Kissing.” Softer Masculinities Symposium. University of East London.
2010 “Qualitative Methods in Sport Studies.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, San Diego.
2010 “Sports and Young Gay Lives.” LGBT Lives, Sexual/Gender Dissidence over the Life Course. Edinburgh, UK.
2009 “Inclusive Masculinity Theory.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Canada.
2009 “Intersections of Sport and Race.” Sexualities and Sport Conference. Ithaca, New York.
2008 “The Changing Nature of Heteromasculinity.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Denver, Colorado.
2008. “Rethinking Sex-Segregation in Sport.” Revisioning Sport. Center for the Study of Sport Conference. Boston, Massachusetts.
2008 “You Wouldn’t believe what Straight Men are Doing These Days.” London Sexualities Forum, July.
2007 “Decreased Homophobia in Masculine Settings.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
2006 “How Coaches Abuse.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Vancouver, Canada.
2005 “Gender-Desegregating Sport.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
2004 “Disentangling Sexuality from Masculinity.” American Sociological Association. San Francisco, California.
2004 “Competing Cheers: Masculinity among College Cheerleaders.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Tucson, Arizona.
2003 “Resisting Change: American Sporting Culture and Homophobia.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Montreal, Canada.
2003 “The Reconstruction of Sex and Gender.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Montreal, Canada.
2003 “The Construction of Masculine Identity in an Arena of Decreased Homophobia.” Contemporary Qualitative Research Conference. University of California, Los Angeles.
2003 “Sport as a Vehicle for Social Transformation.” Research Group for Studies in Sport and Physical Culture. San Francisco State University, California.
2003 “Male Gender Transgression in an Era of Decreased Homophobia.” Pacific Sociological Association. Pasadena, California.
2003 “Openly Gay Athletes: Contesting Hegemonic Masculinity in a Homophobic Environment.” Pacific Sociological Association. Pasadena, California.
2002 “Problematizing Monogamy.” Queer in all Directions. University of California, Berkley.
2002 “Lesbians in Sport.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Indianapolis, Indiana.
2001 “The Construction of Masculine Identity in an Era of Decreasing Homophobia.”
University of California Queer Conference. University of California, Riverside.
2001 “Sport and the Construction of Gender on the Navajo Nation.” The North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. San Antonio, Texas.
2001 “Gay Athletes, Bargaining with Heterosexism and Homophobia.” Pacific Sociologist Association. San Francisco, California.
2001 “Out at the D.1 Level.” University of California Queer Conference. University of California, Santa Barbara.
2000 “Author Meets Critics: Trailblazing.” National Association for the Sociology of Sport. Colorado Springs, Colorado.
2000 “Gays in Sport: Dealing with Hegemonic Masculinity and Homophobia.” National Association for the Sociology of Sport. Colorado Springs, Colorado.
2000 “Gays in Sport: Dealing with Hegemonic Masculinity and Homophobia.” California Sociological Association. Riverside, California.