David Everson PhD
- PhD in Sociology, University of Notre Dame, 2017
- MA in Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2008
- BA in Political Science and History, Southwest Minnesota State University, 2003
Professor Everson received his PhD in Sociology from the University of Notre Dame. His community-based teaching and scholarship focus on the intersections of social inequality and social movements, with a specific emphasis on American Indian rights and Indigenous activism. Born and raised in South Dakota, he is a research fellow with the Center for American Indian Rights and Native Studies (CAIRNS) on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
My dissertation on the dominant cultural narratives and memory surrounding the American Indian Movement (AIM) reflects my broader interests in how hegemonic discourse perpetuates unequal intergroup relations.
"Mechanisms of Social Movement Success: Conversation, Disruption, and Displacement." (with Robert Fishman) in Revista Internacional de Sociologica (2016).