Publications & Papers

Publications

2018      Alvarez, A, Kunze, S. (2018) “Indianer, der Holocaust und die Frage des Völkermords in Deutschland und den USA.” Akademie für Politische Bildung

2018      Kunze, S. (2018). Book review: This Benevolent Experiment. Indigenous Boarding Schools,
Genocide, and Redress in Canada and the United States by A. Woolford. The Social Science Journal

2015      Kunze, S. (2015). Book Review. Colonial Genocide in Indigenous North AmericaThe Canadian Journal of Native Studies35(1), 190.

2008      Kunze, S. (2008). Stamp Act of 1765. Encyclopedia of the First Amendment (pp. 1012-1013). Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

2008      Kunze, S. (2008). Ginsberg v. New York (1968). Encyclopedia of the First Amendment (p. 512). Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

Working Papers

The Benevolent Perpetrator

Genocidal Perpetrators: Towards a New Typology for An Old Crime

Content Analysis: Documents of the Bureau of Indian Affairs

Conference Paper Presentations

2017      American Society of Criminology Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. (11/15-18)
Presenter, Genocidal Perpetrators: Towards a New Typology for An Old Crime

2017      Northeastern Political Science Association. Philadelphia, PA. (11/9-11)
Presenter, Benevolence In U.S. Education Circulars (1897-1909)

2017      Southwest Symposium on Teaching & Learning. Flagstaff, AZ. (8/14-15)
Attendee; E-Learning Center, Northern Arizona University

2016      American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Las Vegas, NV. (2/1-2)            
Presenter, Discipline and Punishment in American Indian Boarding Schools

2016      Western Social Science Association. Reno, NV. (4/13-16)
Presenter, Discipline In Boarding Schools    

2015      Western Social Science Association. Portland, OR. (4/8-11)
Presenter, Native American Boarding Schools In The Light of Globalization Literature

2015      Western Political Science Association. Las Vegas, NV. (4/2-5)
Presenter, Social Impacts of a History of Indigenous Boarding Schools

Co-Presenter, Barriers to Anti-GMO Legislation in the United States
2014      Western Political Science Association. Seattle, WA. (4/17-19)
Presenter, Methods of the International Criminal Court

2014      National Academic Advising Association. Jackson Hole, WY. (5/22-24)
Presenter, International Student Advising – Breaking Down Walls and Building Approaches to Better Serve

2013      National Academic Advising Association. Tucson, AZ. (5/13-15)

2013      Research Integrity in International Collaborative Contexts: Learning Outcomes. Flagstaff, AZ (April)
Discussion participant, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ

2011      National Academic Advising Association. Denver, CO (5/2-5)

Publications


2018

Alvarez, A, Kunze, S. (2018) “Indianer, der Holocaust und die Frage des Völkermords in Deutschland und den USA.” Akademie für Politische Bildung

MA

Northern Arizona University Political Science.
December 2007

BA

Equivalent.
Georg August Universität Göttingen, Germany. American Studies.
July 2004

Working Papers


2017

Northern Arizona University, Office of the Vice President for Research. Support for Graduate Students award: $1500 for hiring of an undergraduate research assistant for my research.

2017

Northern Arizona University, Department of Politics & International Affairs. Graduate Student Research Award: $1000 for travel for my research.

2017

Northern Arizona University, Department of Politics & International Affairs, Dean of Social & Behavioral Sciences, and Graduate Student Government: $925 for conference travel.

2016

Northern Arizona University, Office of the Vice President for Research. Support for Graduate Students award: $1500 for travel to National Archives locations for my research.

2016

Northern Arizona University, Department of Politics & International Affairs, Dean of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vice-President for Research, and Graduate Student Government: $875 for conference travel.

2015

Arizona State University scholarship: Attendance at the symposium Colonial Conquest in the Nazi East and the American West: Value and Limits of Comparative Approaches. Topics focused on genocide and indigenous groups and directly related to my dissertation.
Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University.   

2015

Northern Arizona University, Department of Politics & International Affairs, Dean of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vice-President for Research, and Graduate Student Government: $850 for conference travel.

2015

K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award: Finalist. Top 25, nationally.                 

2014

Northern Arizona University, Department of Politics & International Affairs, Dean of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vice-President for Research, and Graduate Student Government: $718 for conference travel.

2014

Northern Arizona University, Classified Staff Advisory Council: $150 book scholarship.

2013

Northern Arizona University, Classified Staff Advisory Council: $75 book scholarship.

Conference Paper Presentations


The American Society of Criminology. 2017.
Western Political Science Association. 2014 – 2017.
Western Social Science Association. 2015 – 2016.

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