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Scott Patrick Murphy

Curriculum Vitae August 2012

Postdoctoral Scholar Department of Anthropology Alliance for Applied Research in Education and Anthropology (AAREA) University of South Florida 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107 Tampa, FL 33620

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Education Ph.D., Sociology, University of California, Riverside, December 2009 Dissertation: A Romeo Club in a Donut Shop Committee: Scott N. Brooks (Chair), Scott Coltrane, Adalberto Aguirre Jr., Katja Guenther Exams: Theory, Organizations and Institutions M.A., Sociology, University of California, Riverside, June 2007 M.A., Liberal Arts and Sciences/Interdisciplinary Studies, San Diego State University, December 2004. Committee: David Preston, Stephen Roeder, Alan Kilpatrick B.A., Social Science and Secondary Education, University of Northern Colorado, 2001 Current Position Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Anthropology, Alliance for Applied Research in Education and Anthropology, University of South Florida, January 2010-July 2013 Research and Teaching Interests · Ethnography and Urban Sociology, Social Psychology, Aging and Gender · Education, Organizational Change, Policy, Sociology of Knowledge · Innovations in Mixed-Methodologies Extramural Funding $1,315,339 "Exploring Systems Leadership in Middle Schools," Institute of Education Sciences, R305A090481. Principal Investigator: Kathryn Borman. Key Personnel: Scott Patrick Murphy, Kenneth A. Frank, and Maressa L. Dixon, August 2010-July 2013 (In prep) "Enhancing Quantitative Datasets with Qualitative Data to Explore Organizational Change in U.S. Four-Year Colleges and Universities in the Wake of the Great Recession," in preparation for submission to the NSF program, Strengthening Qualitative Research through Methodological Innovation and Integration, January 2013

Publications Brint, Steven, Kristopher Proctor, Scott Patrick Murphy, and Robert A. Hanneman. 2012. "The Market Model and the Growth and Decline of Academic Fields in U.S. Four-Year Colleges and Universities, 1980-2000." Sociological Forum 27.2: 275-299. (Lead Article) Brint, Steven, Kristopher Proctor, Robert A. Hanneman, Kerry Mulligan, Matthew B. Rotondi, and Scott P. Murphy. 2011. "Who are the early adopters of new academic fields? Comparing four perspectives on the institutionalization of degree granting programs in US four-year colleges and Universities, 19702005." Higher Education 61.5: 563-585. -Google Scholar citation count = 1 as of 08/11/12 Brint, Steven, Kristopher Proctor, Scott Patrick Murphy, Lori Turk-Bicakci, and Robert A. Hanneman. 2009. "General Education Models: Continuity and Change in the U.S. Undergraduate Curriculum, 19752000." 2009. Journal of Higher Education 80.6: 1-38. -Google Scholar citation count = 12 as of 08/11/12

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Brint, Steven G., Lori Turk-Bicakci, Kristopher Proctor, and Scott Patrick Murphy. 2009. "Expanding the Social Frame of Knowledge: Interdisciplinary, Degree-Granting Fields in American Colleges and Universities, 1975-2000." Review of Higher Education 32.2: 155-183. -Google Scholar citation count = 21 as of 08/11/12 Under Review Murphy, Scott Patrick. "Humor Orgies as Ritual Insult: Putdowns and Solidarity in a Corner Donut Shop." Under Review. Published Databases Brint, Steven, Kristopher Proctor, Lori Turk-Bicakci, Scott Patrick Murphy, Kerry Mulligan, and Matthew B. Rotondi. 2011. The College Catalog Study Database, 1975-2005. Riverside, CA: University of California, Riverside. Brint, Steven, Kristopher Proctor, Lori Turk-Bicakci, Scott Patrick Murphy, Kerry Mulligan, and Matthew B. Rotondi. 2010. The Institutional Data Archive, 1970-2005. Riverside, CA: University of California, Riverside. Brint, Steven, Lori Turk-Bicakci, Kristopher Proctor, and Scott Patrick Murphy. 2008. The College Catalog Study Database, 1975-2000. Riverside, CA: University of California, Riverside. Book Review Scott Patrick Murphy. 2012. Review of Loe, Meika. 2011. Aging Our Way: Lessons for Living from 85 and Beyond. Oxford University Press. Qualitative Sociology 35: 359-360. Book Manuscripts in Progress · A Romeo Club in a Donut Shop: Old White Men and `Good Manhood' · Program Collisions in Practice: Policy Implementation and Research in Schools (edited volume with Kathryn Borman) Papers in Progress Murphy, Scott Patrick. "Activity, Talk, and Talking About Activity: Old White Men and `Good Manhood.'" To be submitted in Spring 2013. Murphy, Scott Patrick. "Moral Identity Bargaining at a Neighborhood Garage Sale." To be submitted in Spring 2013. Murphy, Scott Patrick. "Oldest-Old Men's Caregiving: Two Instru-expressive Roles." To be submitted in Summer 2013. Murphy, Scott Patrick, Maressa Dixon, and Kathryn Borman. "`One More Thing': Education Policy Mandates and the Prospect of Research." To be submitted in Summer 2013. Murphy, Scott Patrick, Heather Scott, Aarti Bellara, and Kathryn Borman. "Playing Jazz in the Field: Discoveries in the Organization of Fieldwork Improvisation in School Settings." To be submitted in Fall 2013. Murphy, Scott Patrick, Joseph LoSasso, Owen Gaither, and Kathryn Borman. "How Teachers Become (Like Their Own) Students." To be submitted in Fall 2013. Murphy, Scott Patrick (with Kenneth A. Frank, Kathryn Borman, Joseph LoSasso, and Owen Gaither ­ authorship not established). "Change in Network Ties among Middle School Teachers: The Case of the MRSH Model of Distributed Leadership." Winter 2014.

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Murphy, Scott Patrick. "What a Formal(ized) Theory of Humorous Amusement in Situations Can and Cannot Capture." To be submitted in Winter 2014. Murphy, Scott Patrick. "On Becoming `Disciplined:' Academic Department Silos and the Catacombs Between." To be submitted in Spring 2014. Murphy, Scott Patrick. "Fieldwork Improvisation in Organization Studies." To be submitted in Spring 2014. Reviewer Contexts (ad hoc reviewer) Awards -2012 National Science Foundation-National Postdoctoral Association, Expanding Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue in the Postdoctoral Community Workshop Award, supported by National Science Foundation Grant No. 1150325 (1 of 20 awards nationwide) -2009-2010 Sponsored Friend, New York University (Dalton Conley) -2008-09 Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year, University of California, Riverside -2005 Graduate Division Fellowship, University of California, Riverside Selected Conference Presentations: "Exploring Systems Leadership in Middle Schools: An Overview," (to be) Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 2012, Denver, Colorado, USA. "Old Men's Caregiving, `Instru-expressive' Roles, and `Good Manhood,'" (to be) Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 2012, Denver, Colorado, USA. "Playing Jazz in the Field," Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, March 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (with Heather Scott, Aarti Bellara, and Kathryn Borman). "How Teachers Become (Like Their Own) Students," Presented at the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, February 2012, New York City, New York, USA (with Joe LoSasso, Owen Gaither, and Kathryn Borman). "`One More Thing': Education Policy Mandates and the Prospect of Research," Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (with Kathryn Borman and Maressa L. Dixon). "Humor Orgies as Ritual Insult: Putdowns and Solidarity," Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. "Everett C. Hughes and Fieldwork Today," Presented at Invitational Session Honoring Everett C. Hughes organized by Scott N. Brooks, Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, April 2010, Oakland, California, USA. "Becoming `Good Men' at a Neighborhood Garage Sale," Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, April 2010, Oakland, California, USA. "No, no, no ... That's my `White' name, my real name is ______: On Pseudonymizing, Whiteness, and Authenticity," Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, April 2010, Oakland, California, USA. "The Market Model and the Growth and Decline of Academic Fields in U.S. Colleges and Universities, 1975-2000," Presented by Steven Brint at the meetings of the Association for the Study of Higher

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Education, November 2009, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (with Steven Brint, Kristopher Proctor, and Robert Hanneman). "How Humor `Screws' Status," Presented at the International Society for Humor Studies Conference, June 2009, Long Beach, California, USA. "On `Doing Something Constructive:' An Ex-POW's Story of Successfully Coping with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder," Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, April 2009, San Diego, California, USA. "A Formal Model of Humorous Amusement in Situations," Presented at the International Society for Humor Studies Conference, July 2008, Alcala De Henares, Spain. "Status Distinction & Status Change Via Inter-Group Humor: Locating Enjoyment in Humorous Amusement," Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, April 2008, Portland, Oregon, USA. "(Humor in) A (Donut) Place on the Corner," Presented (Roundtable) at the American Sociological Association Annual Meetings, August 2007, New York, New York USA. "Media Representations of Race, Gender, and Sexuality: A Textual Analysis of Cartoons in The Week, 2006," Presented at the International Society for Humor Studies Conference, Session Chair: Cartoon Humor, July 2007, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. "With `The Guys:' Group Boundaries and Humor across Levels of Analysis," Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, March-April 2007, Oakland, California, USA. "Is Contemporary Humor Research Truly Interdisciplinary?" Presented at the International Society for Humor Studies Conference, July 2006, Copenhagen, Denmark. "Try Saying `Interdisciplinarity' Five Times Fast: Toward an Interdisciplinary Research Method for Humor Research" Presented at International Society for Humor Studies Conference, Session Chair: Social Constructions, June 2005, Youngstown, Ohio, USA. "Introducing Sophisticated Absurd Humor: Inside Jokes and Friendship" Presented at International Society for Humor Studies Conference, June 2004, Dijon, France. Past Research Positions Graduate Student Researcher, IDA/CCA Database expansion (Steven Brint, PI) Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside, Winter 2008-Winter 2009 (Spencer Foundation). Research Assistant, IDA/CCS Database cleaning and construction (Steven Brint, PI) Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside, Summer 2007 (Atlantic Philanthropies). Research Assistant, CCS Database cleaning (Steven Brint, PI) Department of Sociology, University of California, Riverside, Summer 2006 (National Science Foundation). Invited Talks "Old White Men in Steve's Donut Shop: Ethnographic Discoveries on Humor Orgies and Bullshitting," Department of Sociology, University of South Florida, April 2011. "Schutz: The Importance of `Multiple Realities,'" University of California, Riverside, November 2006. "From a Terminal MA Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies to a Disciplined Terminal PhD Degree: How to Get There and What to Expect," San Diego State University, October 2006.

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"Introduction to Interdisciplinary Thinking: Humor and its Relations to Culture and Identity," San Diego State University, November 2004. "Child and Adolescent Development: After-school Music Education and Adolescent Moral Development," San Diego State University, November 2004. "Comparative Philosophies of Extramural Education in The United Kingdom and America," San Diego State University, November 2004. "Curriculum Development in American Education: Anarchistic Education within the Compulsory Education System," San Diego State University, November 2004. "Motivating Teachers of `Play,'" Western Illinois University, May 2000. Professional Affiliations (in alphabetical order) American Humor Studies Association American Sociological Association Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs Association for the Study of Higher Education California Sociological Association Eastern Sociological Society International Society for Humor Studies Pacific Sociological Association Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction Sociologists for Women in Society Southern Sociological Society University Leadership and Professional Service · Reviewer, Division H ­ Research, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools/Section 2: Program Evaluation in School Settings, Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, 2013 · Facilitator, University of South Florida Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium, organized by USF Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Director of the USF Office for Undergraduate Research, April 2012 · Presider, Joint Session on Conference Publication, "Transitions: Role/Status Exits and Entries," Mid-term Conference of International Sociological Association Research Committees on Sociology of Education (RC04) and Sociology of Youth (RC34), University of South Florida, January 2012 (with Jeanne Ballantine) · Organizing Committee, University of South Florida Postdoctoral Research Colloquium, November 2011 · Founding Treasurer, Postdoctoral Scholars Association, University of South Florida, November 2010-present · Member, Postdoctoral Advisory Committee, University of South Florida, May 2010 ­ November 2010 · Judge, Graduate Research Symposium, University of South Florida, October 2010 · Research Collaboration with the Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis on expanding US Colleges and Universities Million Dollar Donations List, September 2010-2011 (with Steven Brint, Kristopher Proctor, Kerry Mulligan, Matthew B. Rotondi, Richard Niemeyer, and Jacob Apkarian) · Student Representative, Colloquia Search Committee, Department of Sociology, UC Riverside 2007-2008 · Member, Sociology Graduate Student Association, UC Riverside, Fall 2005 ­ Winter 2009 · Founding Chair, Graduate Student Board, San Diego State University, Winter 2003 ­ Spring 2004

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Student Representative, Graduate Council, San Diego State University, Spring 2004 Founding Member, Committee for the Formation of the Graduate Student Board, San Diego State University, Fall 2003

Teaching Experience Adjunct Instructor, University of California, Riverside, Contemporary Sociological Theory, Summer 2008 Teaching Assistantships (UC Riverside) SOC 141 Men & Masculinities ­ Fall 2008 SOC 173 Social Psychology ­ Spring 2008 SOC 168 Classical Theory ­ Winter 2008 SOC 169 Contemporary Theory ­ Fall 2007 SOC 168 Classical Theory ­ Summer 2007 SOC 151 Formal Organizations ­ Spring 2007 SOC 151 Formal Organizations ­ Winter 2007 SOC 168 Classical Theory ­ Fall 2006 SOC 151 Formal Organizations ­ Summer 2006 SOC 180 Population ­ Fall 2005 (Reader) References Scott N. Brooks Associate Professor of Sociology and Black Studies University of Missouri 951.827.5618 [email protected] Steven Brint Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education Professor of Sociology University of California, Riverside 951.827.7750 [email protected] Kathryn Borman Professor of Anthropology University of South Florida 813.974.9058 [email protected] Scott Coltrane Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Professor of Sociology University of Oregon 541.346.3902 [email protected]

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