William Graves III
I have conducted ethnographic research in American Indian communities, in American institutions undergoing rapid technological, and in post-soviet Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and China. I have published widely in American and international academic journals and books. My current research focuses on language, identity and globalization in post-soviet countries.
Ph D, Indiana University
MA, Indiana University
BA, University of Maryland
Graves, W., Beyond Homo Sovieticus: Post-Soviet Subjectivities, Russian Journal of Communication.
Graves, W., Beyond the Limits of Language and Culture: Discourse Analysis in Ethnographic Praxis, Tver State University Press.
Graves, W., Global Souls and Local Minds: Time-Space Distanciation and the Construction of Identities, American Studies Yearbook 2010.
Graves, W., Language and Culture as Communicative Process: Language Ideologies and Social Meanings, Sovremennaya Kommunikativiska (Modern Communication Studies).
Graves, W., On Prof. Schrag's Positive Critique of Postmodernism, Russian Journal of Communication, 2015.
Graves, W., Religion and Language in Post-Soviet Russia, Russian Journal of Communication, 2014.
Graves, W., Graves' Contribution to Editor's Forum, Response to "Editor's Forum" discussion in Journal, 2013.
Fulbright Senior Specialist Award (Belarus), 2006
Fulbright Scholar Award (Belarus), 2002
CIBED Grant for Research on Russian Defense Conversion, 1995
(with W. Hill) Title VI Institutional Award for International Studies and Foreign Languages, 1993
Faculty Development Award for Summer Study in PRC, 1991
Institutional Grant for Development of Language/Learning Lab at Bryant University, 1991
Global Anthropology, Discourse Analysis, Linguistic Anthropology
Intercultural Communication, Ethnography, Language and Communication, Social Construction of Technology, Discourse Analysis
American Anthropological Association
American Ethnological Society
Dobro Slovo National Slavic Studies Honor Society
Fulbright Alumni Association
Phi Kappa Phi