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Sophie Bjork-James
Sophie Bjork-James
Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University
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White sexual politics: The patriarchal family in white nationalism and the religious right
S Bjork‐James
Transforming Anthropology 28 (1), 58-73, 2020
552020
Racializing misogyny: Sexuality and gender in the new online white nationalism
S Bjork‐James
Feminist Anthropology 1 (2), 176-183, 2020
492020
Training the porous body: Evangelicals and the ex‐gay movement
S Bjork‐James
American Anthropologist 120 (4), 647-658, 2018
442018
Beyond populism: Angry politics and the twilight of neoliberalism
J Maskovsky, S Bjork-James
West Virginia University Press, 2020
372020
The divine institution: white evangelicalism's politics of the family
S Bjork-James
Rutgers University Press, 2021
322021
Feminist ethnography in cyberspace: Imagining families in the cloud
S Bjork-James
Sex Roles 73 (3), 113-124, 2015
322015
Whither whiteness and religion?: implications for theology and the study of religion
RC Schneider, S Bjork-James
Journal of the American Academy of Religion 88 (1), 175-199, 2020
172020
Christian nationalism and LGBTQ structural violence in the United States
S Bjork-James
Journal of Religion and Violence 7 (3), 278-302, 2019
172019
Cybersupremacy: The new face and form of White supremacist activism
RS Statzel
162008
When white nationalism became popular
S Bjork‐James, J Maskovsky
Anthropology news 58 (3), e86-e91, 2017
152017
Americanism, Trump, and uniting the white right
S Bjork-James
Beyond Populism: Angry Politics and the Twilight of Neoliberalism, 42-60, 2020
102020
Lifeboat theology: White evangelicalism, apocalyptic chronotopes, and environmental politics
S Bjork-James
Ethnos 88 (2), 330-350, 2023
92023
Introduction: Entanglements of anti-feminism and anti-environmentalism in the far-right
J Barla, S Bjork-James
Australian Feminist Studies 36 (110), 377-387, 2021
92021
Gender and Religion
S Bjork-James
Oxford Bibliographies in Religion, 2019
82019
The apartheid conscience: Gender, race, and re-imagining the White nation in cyberspace
RS Statzel
Ethnic Studies Review 29 (2), 20-45, 2006
82006
A climate of misogyny: Gender, politics of ignorance, and climate change denial–An interview with Katharine Hayhoe
S Bjork-James, J Barla
Australian Feminist Studies 36 (110), 388-395, 2021
52021
Which lives matter? Pro-life politics during a pandemic
R Cromer, S Bjork-James
Medical Anthropology Quarterly Critical Care Blog Series, 2020
52020
Deploying fetal death:“Fetal burial” laws and the necropolitics of reproduction in Indiana
R Cromer, S Bjork‐James
PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 46 (1), 9-23, 2023
42023
Hacker Republic: Cyberspace and the Feminist Appropriation of Technology
SS Bjork-James
King and Smith, 98-107, 0
4*
Focus on the fetus: The evangelical ethic, anti-environmentalism, and the spirit of neoliberalism
S Bjork-James
Women's Studies International Forum 99, 102762, 2023
12023
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