David Everson

David Everson

Areas of Study

Indigenous/American Indian Rights & Social Movements, Political/Global Sociology, Race/Ethnicity, Social Theory, Criminology


David received his MA in political science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2008), with a certificate specialization in International Human Rights & Diversity. He has also completed PhD coursework in political science and sociology from the University of California, Riverside. He is primarily interested in the intersections of state violence and social resistance, with a focus on indigenous peoples both in the United States and across the globe.


Fishman, Robert M. and David W. Everson. Forthcoming. “Mechanisms of Social Movement Success: Conversation, Disruption, and Displacement.” Revista Internacional de Sociologica.

Reese, Ellen, Ian Breckenridge-Jackson, Edwin Elias, David W. Everson, James Love. 2011. “The Global Justice Movement and the Social Forum Process,” in Routledge Handbook of World Systems Analysis, edited by Salvatore J. Babones and Christopher Chase-Dunn. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 

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