I am a freelance writer and adjunct professor; I was a trial attorney until 2010. I have a BA and an MA in social sciences and each course of study was writing intensive. My academic training and current teaching roles
I am a freelance writer and adjunct professor; I was a trial attorney until 2010. I have a BA and an MA in social sciences and each course of study was writing intensive. My academic training and current teaching roles have given me expertise in AP, MLA, Chicago and APA style. I have a weekly column in a local online magazine, I write and manage a small business blog, and I manage and produce social media for two organizations. I have demonstrated editorial judgement and a superior command of the English language. I have years of teaching experience with adults and children. Finally, I have several years of experience with training and course development.
I am currently living in Phoenix but I am moving to Northern California. I will be there by September 1, 2013 but I can come early if I have work sooner.
“Are You Competent to Argue Juvenile Competency?” For The Defense, Vol. 15, Issue 01, Page 1, 2006.
Academic work/book reviews:
“Review: ‘Recommendations for revisions to the Declaration of Helsinki,’” [International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, “Commentaries” section, Fall 2007.]
“Book Review: 25 Months” [American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy, issue on clinical biomedical ethics].
“Book Review: The Socialist Feminist Project,” Association for Feminist Anthropology, 2004. http://www.aaanet.org/sections/afa/?book-review=the-socialist-feminist-project-a-contemporary-reader-in-theory-and-politics
“Book Review: Death Is That Man Taking Names,” POLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Spring 2004.
“The Creation and Re-creation of the Socio-biounderclass and the Criminal Injustice System in the United States” [Radical Philosophy Association’s “Philosophy Against Empire” Conference, Washington DC, 2004].
“Gene Magic Barbie” [World Bioethics Congress, 2002; Feminist Association for Bioethics, 2002]
“Welfare ‘Reform’ and the Rhetoric of Criminalization,” [International Association for Feminist Economics July 2002 conference, Los Angeles, CA].
“Breeder at Law,” Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, Spring 2002. http://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?collection=journals&handle=hein.journals/coljgl11&div=9&id=&page=
Zombie Nation: Racism, AIDS, Haiti and Horror, University of Alabama, 1998.
Miscellaneous freelance articles: