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Stephen Philion's CV: January 15, 2013

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Stephen E. Philion
Associate ProfessorDept. of Sociology and AnthropologyDirector: SCSU Faculty Research Group onImmigrant Workers in MinnesotaSt. Cloud State University
sephilion@stcloudstate.edu 
 Educational Background 
 
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI
2004
 
PhD Dept of SociologyDissertation topic:
The Discourse of Workers Democracy in China asa Terrain of Ideological Struggle in the Moment of Transition from State Socialism.
Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Peter Manicas.
State University of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY
1989
 
M.A. Sociology
Fordham University, NY, NY
1986
B.A. Political Science
Teaching/Academic Related Experience
St. Cloud State University
2009-present
 
Director: SCSU Faculty Research Group on Immigrant Workers in Minnesota
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN
fall, 2011
 
Interim Co-chair, Sociology and Anthropology Department.
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN
2006-presentAssociate Professor of Sociology (promoted in 2009)
Teach Undergraduate and Graduate level
Sociological Theory
,
 Race and Ethnic Relations
,
Social Change, Political SociologyGlobal and Racial Inequality, and Sociology of Religion
.
Capella University and Augsburg College Minneapolis, MN
2005-2006
 
On-line Course Designer and Instructor,
Sociology 1000
, 3 sections.
St. Cloud State University, St. Olaf College, College of St.
1999-2005
 
Catherine, Hamline University, University of Hawaii at Manoa
 
Adjunct Instructor,
 Sociological Theory
,
 Race/Ethnic Relations, Sociology 100
,
Contemporary Social Change
,
Stratification
,
 Deviance
.
 
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI
 
1993-1997
 
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of SociologyCourses co-taught with faculty include
Sociological Theory, Intro Sociology, Medical Sociology, and Sociology of Deviance.
 [
Nominated for
TA of the Year
by Professors Peter Manicas and Eldon Wegner, 1997]
 
2
 Invited International Academic Positions
Shihshin University Graduate School for Social Transformation Studies,
July--August, 2012
,
 
Taipei, Taiwan.
April--July, 2013
Visiting Researcher.
 Universidad de Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile.
 
January, 2008
 
Visiting Professor, Summer Session Post-Graduate Seminar
on “Globalization and Social Change in the Chinese Workplace.”
St. Thomas University, Minneapolis, MN.
July, 2008
Served as Assistant Program Director for China Study Abroad Class on
“Educational Technologies in Today’s China.”
 
Conferences Organized 
St. Cloud State University
 
 Annual Global Goes Local Conference
2010, 2011, 2012
 
on the Social Conditions of Immigrant Workers and Families in Minnesota
 Publishing Books:
Philion, S. (2009).
Workers’ Democracy in China’s Transition from State Socialism.
 Routledge Press.
 Journal Volumes Edited:
Invited Volume Editor (2011) for
China Left Review
, 4
(Summer) on “
Historical Legacies, GlobalFinancial Crisis, and China
’s Working Class
Movement
 
 Published Journal Articles/Volume Chapters:
Philion, S. (Forthcoming, 2013).
Wo
rkers’ Democracy versus Privatization in China”
as a chapter in
Ours to Master and to Own: Workers' Control from the Commune to the Present 
(ImmanuelNess and Dario Azzellini, eds.).
Originally published as a journal article in
Socialism and Democracy
,21:2 (July, 2007).
Philion, S. (2011) “
By What Right Do Chinese State Enterprise Workers Fight for Rights?
 
China Left Review
. 4 (summer)
Philion, S. (2011) “Volume Introduction: Historical Legacies, Global Financial Crisis, and China’s
Working Class Movement
.”
China Left Review
. 4 (summer).Philion, S. (2010)
“The Impact
of Social Movements and Democratization
in Taiwan,”
 
 Journal of Current Chinese Affairs
, 39:3 (March).Philion, S. (2009).
Is Race Really Controversial in the University Classroo
m?”
 Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies
. 7:1 (April).
 
3
 Published Journal Articles (continued):
Philion, S. (2007).
“Workers’ Democracy versus Privatization in China.”
 
Socialism and Democracy
.21:2 (July).Philion, S. (2007).
An
Interview with Han Deqiang on “The Political Economy and
Social Costs of C
hina’s Neo
-
Liberal Development.” C
onducted in and translated from Chinese.
 Dollarsand Sense
(July/August).
 
Also published as a book chapter in
 Real World Globalization
(Boston: Dollarsand Sense Press).Philion, S. and L. Mhando. (2006)
From Smorgasbord Pedagogy to Critical Pedagogy: Rethinking HowWe Teach Race
” Book c
hapter in
 ASA Teaching Guide for Critical Pedagogy in the Sociology Classroom
.Philion, S. (2005).
Extending the Limits of Field Research: A Sociologist Encounters Chinese WorkersProtesting Fraudulent Privatization.
 
 Humanity and Society
, “Special Edition on Participation
-Action
Research”
29:4
.
Philion, S. (1998).
Bridging the Gap Between New Social Movement Theory and the Language of Class.
 
 Rethinking Marxism,
10
 
(Winter).Philion, S. (1998).
Chinese Welfare State Regimes.
 
The Journal of Contemporary Asia
, 28:3 (July).
 
 Book Reviews:
1)
 
Philion S. (2010). Review of William Hurst, 2009. The Chinese Worker after Socialism.
China Information
, 24:1.
 
2)
 
Philion, S. (2008). Review of Brian Loveman, ed. 2004. Strategy for Empire: U.S. RegionalPolicy in the Post-Cold War Era.
 Journal of World Systems Research
, 14:2.3)
 
Philion S. (2007). Review of Amiya Kumar Bagchi. Perilous Passage: Mankind and the4)
 
Global Ascendancy of Capital
.
 Journal of World History,
18:4.5)
 
Philion, S. (2004).
“Symposium Exchange on Jerry Lembcke. CNN’s Tailwind Tale: InsideVietnam’s Last Great Myth and
Jerry Lembcke.
The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory, and theLegacy of Vietnam.
Critical Sociology,
30:1.6)
 
Philion, S. (2004). Review of Bill Taylor, Chang Kai, and Li Q. Industrial Relations in China
.
 
China Information,
18(3).7)
 
Philion, S. (2000). Review of Anita Chan, Benedict Kerkvliet, and Jonathan Unger,Transforming Asian Socialism: China and Vietnam Compared.
China Review International,
(2).
 
8)
 
Philion, S. (1999). Review of Thomas Barret, ed. China, Marxism and Democracy : Selectionsfrom October Review.
China Review International, 6 
:2.

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