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.
Professor Everson's research focuses on settler colonial theory, Indigenous activism, and white-Native relations.
"Narrating the Territorial Foundations of Privilege: Racial Discourse and Indigenous Peoples." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (2021). https://doi.org/10.1177/23326492211043908
"Mechanisms of Social Movement Success: Conversation, Disruption, and Displacement." (with Robert Fishman) in Revista Internacional de Sociologica (2016).