Jeffrey Longhofer Vita


JEFFREY L. LONGHOFER



School of Social Work
536 George Street
Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Telephone: 732-932-8758, ext. 15
jlonghofer@ssw.rutgers.edu

EDUCATION
2002 MSW. Smith College School for Social Work
1986 Ph.D. University of Kansas, Department of Anthropology.
1980 M.A. University of Kansas, Anthropology (honors).
1977 B.A. Washburn University, Sociology and Anthropology (honors)
1976 University of Copenhagen, Denmark

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES HELD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, New Jersey (2010- Current).
Licensed Independent Social Worker, Ohio (2002-2010).
Adult Psychoanalysis, American Psychoanalytic Association, 2007.

CLINICAL TRAINING
2002-2007 Psychoanalyst Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center (Accredited, American Psychoanalytic Association)
2001-2005 Child Training Cleveland Center for Research in Child Development (HPC)

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012-2014 Director, Tyler Clementi Center, Rutgers University.

2010-Current Coordinator of Curriculum, DSW (Doctorate in Social Work), School of Social Work, Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey.

2009- Current Associate Professor of Social Work, Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey.

2012-Current Faculty and Supervising Analyst, The New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis, Teaneck, NJ.

2014-Current Faculty and Supervising Analyst, Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey.

2007-Current Faculty, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center.

2010-Current Private Practice. Psychotherapy, Highland Park, NJ.

2006-2009 Associate Professor of Social Work, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University.

2002-2009 Private Practice. Psychotherapy. Cleveland, Ohio.

2007-2008 Chair, Mental Health Concentration, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University.

2001-2006 Visiting Associate Professor of Social Work, Mandel School of
Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University.

2006 -2009 Clinical Instructor, Psychiatry. Case Western Reserve School of Medicine.

2002-2009 Visiting Associate Professor, Executive Doctor of Management Program, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

1997-1999 Associate Professor and Chair. Anthropology, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas.

1995-1997 Associate Professor of Anthropology and Sociology and Chair. Department of Sociology and Administration of Justice, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

1988-1994 Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Sociology. Department of Sociology and Administration of Justice, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

1986-1990 Lecturer, Behavioral Science in Medicine, University of Missouri‑Kansas City, School of Medicine.

1985-1988 Director and Lecturer, Program for Adult College Education. University of Missouri-Kansas City.

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS AND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
2012-2014 Director, Tyler Clementi Center, Rutgers University.

1997-1999 Associate Professor and Chair. Anthropology, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. Created a new graduate degree in applied
anthropology.

1995-1997 Associate Professor of Anthropology and Sociology and Chair. Department of Sociology and Administration of Justice, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

1995-1997 Interdisciplinary Ph.D., Program, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

1985-1988 Director, Program for Adult College Education. University of Missouri-Kansas City.

PUBLICATIONS

A. BOOKS

Longhofer, J. (2015). A-Z of Psychodynamic Practice. London: Palgrave Macmillan Press.

Longhofer, J., Floersch, J., Kubek, P. (2010).
On Being and Having a Case Manager: A Relational Approach to Recovery in Mental Health. New York: Columbia University Press.

Floersch, J., Longhofer, J. & Hoy, J. (2013). Qualitative Methods for Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

B. BOOKS UNER CONTRACT

Longhofer, Jeffrey. (under contract). A-Z of Psychodynamic Practice. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

B. ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS


Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2014). Values in a Science of Social Work: Values-Informed Research and Research-Informed Values. 
Research on Social Work Practice, 24(5), 527- 534.
Longhofer, J. (2013). Shame in the Clinical Process with LGBTQ Clients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(3), 297-301.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2012). The coming crisis in social work?: Some thoughts on social work and science. Research on Social Work Practice, 22(5), 499-519.

Kudo, F., Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2012).
On the origins of early leadership: The role of authoritative parenting practices and mastery orientation. Leadership, 8(4), 345-375.
Longhofer, J., Floersch, J. & Okpych, N. (2010). Foster youth and psychotropic treatment: Where next?
Children and Youth Services Review, 3(2), 395-404.

Floersch, J., Longhofer, J., Kranke, D., & Townsend, L. (2010).  Integrating thematic, grounded theory, and narrative analysis:  A case study of adolescent psychotropic treatment.
Qualitative Social Work, 9(3), 1-19.

Longhofer, J., & Floersch, J. (2010). Desire and disappointment: Adolescent psychotropic treatment and adherence.
Anthropology and Medicine. 17(2), 159-172.

Buchbinder, M., J., Longhofer, & K. McCue. (2009). Family routines and rituals when a parent has cancer. F
amilies, Systems, & Health, 27(3), 213-227.

Floersch, J., Townsend, L., Longhofer, J., Munson, M., Kranke, D., Faber, R., Thomas, J., Jenkins, J. & Findling, R.L. (2009). Adolescent experience of psychotropic treatment.
Transcultural Psychiatry, 46(1), 157-179.

Carpenter, E., Nordquist, M., & Longhofer, J. (2007). Cultural competence re-examined: Critique and directions for the future.
Psychiatric Services, 58(10), 1362-1365.

Buchbinder, M., Longhofer, J., Barrett, T., Lawson, P., & Floersch, J. (2006). Ethnographic approaches to child care research: A review of the literature.
Journal of Early Childhood Research, 4 (1), 45-63.

Barrett, T., Streeter, B., Lawson, P., Zraly, M., Longhofer, J., Buchbinder, M. (2006). The Hanna Perkins Center Model for Consultation in Child Care: Meeting the needs of children and their caregivers. Child Analysis: Clinical, Theoretical, and Applied, 17. 

Longhofer, J., Floersch, J., & Jenkins, J. (2003). Medication effect interpretation and the social grid of management.
Social Work in Mental Health, 1 (4), 71-89.

Longhofer, J., Floersch, J., & Jenkins, J. (2003). The social grid of community medication management.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73(1), 24-34.
Floersch, J., Longhofer, J., & Latta, K. (1997). Writing culture into genes: Biological reductionism in a study of manic depression. Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry, 21(2), 137-159.
Floersch, J. & Longhofer J. (1997). The imagined death: Looking to the past for relief from the present.
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 35(3), 243-260.
Latta, K., Longhofer, J., Kusnetsky, L., & Floersch, J. (1995). Domestic education and the politics of positivism: Rethinking the history of home economics.
Culture and Agriculture, 51/52, 23-27.
Kusnetsky, L., Longhofer, J., Latta, K., & Floersch, J. (1994). In search of the climax community: The Amish and sustainability.
Culture and Agriculture, 50, 12-15.
Longhofer, J. (1994). Nursing home utilization: A comparative study of the Hutterian Brethren, the Old Order Amish, and the Mennonites. Journal of Aging Studies, 8(1), 95-120.

Longhofer, J. (1993). Specifying the commons: Mennonites, intensive agriculture, and landlessness in 19th century Russia.
Ethnohistory, 40 (3), 384-409.

Longhofer, J. (1993). All things in common?: The contingent nature of communalism among the Hutterites."
Journal of Mennonite Studies, 11, 174-193.

Longhofer, J. (1993). Toward a political economy of inheritance: Community and household among the Mennonites.
Theory and Society, 22(3), 337-362.

Longhofer, J. (1993) Household and community: The Mennonites and two counterfactuals, the Amish and Hutterite.
Research in Economic Anthropology, 14, 153-188.
Longhofer, J., & Floersch, J. (1993). African drumming and psychiatric rehabilitation. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16(4), 3-10.
Longhofer, J., & Floersch, J. (1992). Old age and inheritance in two social formations: The Alexanderwohl Mennonites in Russia and the United States.
Journal of Aging Studies, 6 (2), 93-112.
Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (1980). Dying or living?: The double bind.
Culture, Medicine, & Psychiatry, 4(2), 119-136.

C. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J.  Relational model of mental health case management.  Zhao, Y., Huang, C-C., Zhao. R., & Edwards, R. L. (Eds.) (2013). The Comparative Study of Social Work Education in China and the United States. (pp. 117-127). Beijing, China: Social Sciences Academic Press.

Floersch, J., Longhofer, J., & Nordquest-Schwallie, M. (2012). Ethnography. In M. Gray & S. A. Webb (Eds.)., Social work: Theories and methods. (2
nd Edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Floersch, J., Longhofer, J., & Nordquest-Schwallie, M. (2009). Ethnography. In M. Gray, & S. A. Webb (Eds.),
Social work: Theories and methods (pp. 152-160). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Longhofer, J., Carpenter, E., & Nordquist, M. (2007). Using care with culture. In S. Loue, & M. Sajatovic (Eds.),
Diversity issues in the diagnosis, treatment, and research of mood disorders (pp. 3-16). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Longhofer, J., Floersch, J., & Jenkins, J. (2004). Medication effect interpretation and the social grid of management. In K. J. Bentley (Ed.),
Psychiatric medication issues for social workers, counselors, and psychologists (pp. 71-89). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Social Work Practice Press.

Longhofer, J., & Floersch, J. (2004). Psychodynamic case management. In J. Brandell (Ed.),
Psychodynamic social work: A transactional approach (pp. 350-370). New York: Columbia University Press.

Esterberg, K., & Longhofer, J. (1998). Researching the radical right: Responses to the anti- Lesbian/Gay initiatives. In J. L. Ristock, & C. G. Taylor (Eds.),
Inside the academy and out: Lesbian/Gay/Queer studies and social action (pp. 183-198). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Longhofer, J. (1997). Mennonites. In D. Levinson (Ed.),
American immigrant cultures: Builders of a nation (pp. 137-142). New York: Simon and Shuster MacMillan.

Longhofer, J. (1990). Mennonites. In T. O'Leary J., & D. Levinson (Eds.),
Encyclopedia of world cultures (pp. 216-220). Boston: G.K. Hall.


D. BOOK REVIEWS, BOOK SECTIONS, AND COMMENTARIES

Longhofer, J. (2014, August). Güçlü ve zayıf yapısalcılık: Queer teori ve psikoanaliz (Strong and Weak Constructivism: Queer Theory and Psychoanalysis), , Kaos GL Magazine, Turkey.

Longhofer, J. (2013). Shame in the Clinical Process with LGBTQ Clients. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(3), 297-301.

Longhofer, J. and Floersch J. (in press)  An example of practice ethnography.   In
Understanding Research for Social Policy and Practice: Themes, Methods and Approaches,  edited by Becker, Saul, Bryman, Alan, and Harry Ferguson (in press) 2nd Edition. The Policy Press: United Kingdom.

This is the second edition of a bestselling textbook: Understanding Research for Social Policy and Practice: Themes, Methods and Approaches (edited by Saul Becker and Alan Bryman, The Policy Press, 2004).  The new edition revises and updates sections from the first edition and adds new sections to reflect broader coverage, explicitly social work.   We were invited to contribute a new section in the ethnography chapter that will outline the concept of practice ethnography.

Longhofer, J. (2006). Freud and American sociology, by Philip Manning.
Cleveland Psychoanalytic Newsletter, 14(2), 3.

Longhofer, J. (2006). Analytic identity formation: A ritual process.
The Candidate. 1 (1), 115- 117.

Longhofer, J., & Floersch, J. (2004). The phenomenological practice gap: Practice guidelines, evaluation, and clinical judgment.
Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, 3 (4), 483-486.

Longhofer, J. (2001). Whose public is it, anyway?: Applied social science and the public intellectual. Society for Applied Anthropology Newsletter, 12(4), 8-10. Report from the HO Editor.

Longhofer, J. (1999). The internet and applied anthropology.
Society for Applied Anthropology Newsletter, 10(4), Report from the HO Editor.

Longhofer, J. (1997). Holding the line: The telephone in Old Order Mennonite and Amish life. By Diane Zimmerman Umble. The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Journal of Mennonite Studies.

Longhofer, J. (1995). Amish society (4th edition). By John A. Hostetler.
Mennonite Life, 50(2), 30-31.

Longhofer, J. (1994). Family, church, and market: A Mennonite community in the old and new worlds, 1850-1930. By Royden Loewen.
Sociological Inquiry, 64(4) 469-472.

E. REPORTS

Longhofer, J. (with Thomas Barrett, Barbara Streeter and Marlo Micelli) (2004). I contracted to draft this report, The Hanna Perkins Report on Child Care and Consultation.

Longhofer, J. (1998). University of North Texas, School of Community Service. “On the Feasibility of Applied Anthropology and Graduate Education at UNT.” (approved by the State of Texas Board of Regents)

Longhofer, J. (1997). University of Missouri-Kansas City, College of Arts and Sciences, "Report on the Feasibility and Design of the Graduate Degree in Social Work." (approved by the State of Missouri Board of Regents)

Longhofer, J. (1996). "Hog Wars: Corporate Grab for Control of the Hog Industry." Missouri Rural Crisis Center.

Longhofer, J. (1995.). “A Qualitative Evaluation Concerning Project Choice.” Ewing and Marian Kauffman Foundation.

F. UNDER REVIEW AND WORK IN PROCESS
CONSULTATION
Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Curriculum Development, October, 2013.
Jewish Family Services, Akron, Ohio, 2008.
Lucent Technologies, Human Resources, Evaluation, 2003.
Pathways to Adolescent Mental Health Services. Principal Investigator, Dr. Barbara Comer, Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine, 2003. Consulted with PI on design of methodology.
Ewing and Marian Kaufmann Foundation, Kansas City Missouri, Evaluation Study of Project Choice, 1997.
University of Colorado, Denver, NIDA (National Institute of Drug Abuse, R01) Stephen Koester, PI, Department of Anthropology. HIV Intervention, IDU Population, 1998-1999.
Dallas, Texas, Department of Public Health, HIV Intervention, 1998.
Upward Bound, University of North Texas, 1998-1999.

EDITORSHIPS AND EDITORIAL BOARDS

2014-Current Editorial Board, Clinical Social Work Journal.
2014-Current Editorial Board, Portugal, I
nvestigação em Serviço Social” (Social Work Investigation).
2013
Guest Editor, Qualitative Social Work, Special Issue on Ethnography and Social Work Practice.

2006-2008
The International Journal of Psychoanalysis. Editorial Board.

1998-2006
Human Organization, Associate Editor (Society for Applied Anthropology).

2003-2006
Human Organization, Editorial Board.

1995-1997 Culture and Agriculture, Editor (refereed publication, American Anthropological Association Section on Culture and Agriculture).

1997-Current Culture and Agriculture, American Anthropological Association, Editorial Board Member.

REVIEWER

Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance, 2013
Clinical Social Work Journal, 2013, 2014
Sage Press, 2013
Australian Social Work, 2014


BOARD MEMBERSHIPS AND NATIONAL COMMITTEES

2014-current. CoLab Arts, Board President. New Brunswick, NJ.
2010-current Education Committee, American Psychoanalytic Association and the American Association of Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work.
2010-current American Association of Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work Children and Adolescence Initiative/Committee.
2009-current Public Policy Committee, Board of the Mental Health Association of New Jersey.
2005-2009 Dobama Theatre, Cleveland Ohio.
1998-1999 Chair, Society for Applied Anthropology, Internet Committee.
1996-2000 Executive Board, Culture and Agriculture.
1993-1997 Research Associate. Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights, Kansas City, MO.
1998-2001 Nominations Committee, Culture and Agriculture, American Anthropological Association, Editorial Board, Culture and Agriculture.
1993-1996 Education Advisory Board, Harmony in a World of Difference, Kansas City, MO.
1995-
1997 Missouri Rural Crisis, Board of Directors.


GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, CONTRACTS, AWARDS


Grants Reviewed

2014 City of Newark, Ryan White Office, Peer Reviewer, FY 2014-2015. Peer Review Panel.

Teaching, Awards, and Fellowships

2009 National Academies of Practice, Distinguished Scholar.

2003 Excellence in Teaching Award, Doctoral Program. Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

1996 Salzburg Fellowship.

1993 University of Missouri-Kansas City, Dean's Outstanding Arts and Sciences Teaching Award, $1,000.00.


Grants Submitted

2014 Community-University Research Partnership Grants for New Brunswick 2014-15. 25,000.00

2014 New York Community Trust.
Reading and Writing Case Studies to Improve Social Work Practice, 200,000.

Contracts and Grants


1998 Contract, Upward Bound, African Drumming, Listening and Anthropology. University of North Texas, 7400.00.

1995 University of Missouri Research Board. Common Property and Conflict Among the Hutterian Brethren, $11,500.

1994 Wenner-Gren Foundation. Common Property Rights among the Hutterian Brethren: Conflict and Change, $4,450.

1994 University of Missouri-Kansas City Faculty Research Grant. The Amish in the American Imagination, $4,500.00.

1991 University of Missouri-Kansas City, Research Incentive Fund (K-2-10714). $810.00,

1990 Chancellor's Teaching Enhancement Fund, University of Missouri, Kansas City. $1,000.

1989 University of Missouri, Faculty Research Grant, $4,000.

1989 National Endowment to the Humanities Travel to Collections Grant, $750.

1979 Research Assistant, Kansas Commission on the Humanities. This project resulted in the production of a film on the Kansas Pottawatomie Indians. Film title: NESHNABEK.


TEACHING AWARDS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITION


2010 National Academy of Practice, Distinguished Scholar.

2003 Excellence in Teaching Award, Doctoral Program. Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

1998 Upward Bound Service Award, University of North Texas.

1998 McNair Service Award, University of North Texas.

1993 University of Missouri-Kansas City, Dean's Outstanding Arts and Sciences Teaching Award.

1991 University of Missouri-Kansas City, University News, Outstanding Arts and Sciences Teacher.


FIELDWORK

2005 Observational Research, Gathering Place, Cleveland, OH.
2004-2005 Ethnographic and observational research in Cleveland, OH, childcare centers.
1995, 1994, 1989 Hutterite colonies in South Dakota, and Manitoba, Canada.
1990 Old Colony Mennonites, Belize.
1990 Kansas and Missouri Mennonite and Old Order Amish communities.
1985-1979 Alexanderwohl Mennonites, Goessel, Kansas.
1980 Holdeman (Church of God in Christ Mennonite), Hesston, Kansas.
1978 Ethnography of a cancer treatment and research hospital, Seattle, Washington.


PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

Invited

Longhofer, J. (2014). Social Work and Science. 3rd Annual International Forum of Social Work. Instituto Superior de Servico Social do Porto (ISSSP). Oporto Portugal, October, 2014.

Longhoer, J. & Floersch, J. (2014). The
University of Southern California, School of Social Work and University of Washington, Islandwood Conference. Shaping A Science of Social Work, July 2014.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2013). Values in a Science of Social Work: Values-Informed Research and Research-Informed Values. 
University of Southern California, School of Social Work and University of Washington, Islandwood Conference. Shaping A Science of Social Work, July 2013.

Longhofer, J., Floersch, J., Suskewicz, Jaffe-Foger, Miriam. (2013). Case Studies and Research: Opening a Conversation. Paper presented at the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work. Chapel Hill, NC.
Longhofer, J. (2013). Adolescence: Developmental Issues in Gender and Sexuality. Paper presented at the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work. Chapel Hill, NC.
Longhofer, J. (2013). Social Work and the Fact-Value Controversy. University of Southern California, School of Social Work and University of Washington, Islandwood Conference. Shaping A Science Of Social Work May 2011.

Longhofer, J. ( 2012, June). The Working Alliance and Therapeutic Relationship in Mental Health Case Management. Conference on Social Work Education and Research in China and United States: Comparison and Innovation. The Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Science Beijing, China.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. ( 2012, June). College Mental Health and Psychiatric Medications. Renmin University, Beijing, China.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2012, January). The Relationship in Social Work: Social and Psychological Dynamics. Society for Social Work Research, Annual Meetings, Washington, DC.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2011, May) The coming crisis in social work?: Some thoughts on social work and science. University of Southern California, School of Social Work, Shaping A Science Of Social Work May 2011.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2011, May). Bringing the self back in: Toward a critical realist theory of practice. Paper presented at the USC School of Social Work, invitational conference, Shaping a Science of Social Work.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2011, March). Knowledge-Practice Gaps: Foster youth psychiatric medication use. Paper presented at the European Conference on Social Work Research, Oxford, UK.

Longhofer, J., Kanter, J. & Floersch, J. (2011, March).
Being and doing in social work intervention: The psychodynamics of case management. Paper presented at the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work. Marina Del Rey, CA.

Longhofer, J. (2009, April).
Shame, writing pedagogy, student writing, and plagiarism: What’s left out. Paper presented at the Scientific Meetings of the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Society, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer J. (2008). On being and having a case manager. Paper presented at the Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis and the Denver Psychoanalytic Society, Denver, CO.

Longhofer, J. (2006, June).
Working with the countertransference: Gay parent, gay husband, gay analyst. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Denver, CO.

Longhofer, J. (1989).
Mennonites, Amish, Hutterites: A comparative study of community persistence and disintegration. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropology. San Diego, CA.

Longhofer, J. (1996, September).
Militarism, masculinity, and the American right. Paper presented at Conference on Demilitarization, Remilitarization after the Cold War: Germany, Japan, Peru, and the Untied States, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Longhofer, J. (1995, June).
When the Christian right comes to town. Paper presented at the Canadian Learned Society Meetings, Montreal, Canada.

Longhofer, J. (1981, November).
Household structure and dependent elderly among Kansas Mennonites. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Los Angeles, CA.
Longhofer, J., Zeskind, L., Floersch, J. & Esterberg, K. (1996, November).
The Resurgence of Right Wing Extremism in the Rural Midwest. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Longhofer, J. (1995).
In and of the world: The Hutterian Brethren and the crisis of common property. Paper presented at National Catholic University of America: The Cooper- Herzfeld Society Lecture, Washington, D.C.

Longhofer, J. (1995, February).
The Hutterian Brethren in crisis. Paper presented at St. Andrews College, University of Manitoba. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Longhofer, J. (1995).
A Crisis of Common Property. Paper presented at the Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Longhofer, J. (1995).
When the Christian right comes to town. Paper presented at the University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada.

Longhofer, J. (1994).
Anthropological perspectives on death and dying. Paper presented at the University of Kansas School of Medicine Conference on Medicine and Religion, Kansas City, Kansas.

Longhofer, J. (1990).
Community and capitalism. Paper presented at Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo, Conference on the Economics of Anabaptism, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Longhofer, J. (1988).
The Mennonites: An ethnohistory. Paper presented to the Faculty of the Department of Anthropology at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, St Louis, MO.

Longhofer, J. (1987).
Northern European agricultural history: Anthropological problems and perspectives. Paper presented to at the University of Kansas, Department of Anthropology Colloquium Series, Lawrence, KS.

Longhofer, J. (1988).
Sigmund Freud and a realist philosophy of social science. Paper presented to the faculty and staff at the Western Missouri Mental Health Center, Kansas City, MO.

Longhofer, J. (1987).
Anthropological perspectives on death and grief. Paper presented to the University of Missouri‑Kansas City, School of Medicine‑Geriatric Program, Kansas City, MO.

Longhofer, J. (1986). T
he physiology of an illness: A parent facing death in a commodity delivery system.” Paper presented to RIME Seminar Series, University of Missouri‑Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, MO.

Other Conference Presentations

Seicean, S., Seicean, A., Neuhauser, D. & Longhofer, J. (2010, November).
Open-system immigrant health conceptual model. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association, Annual Meeting, Denver, Co.

Hyatt, D. & Longhofer, J. (2010, August). Stakeholder influence strategies: Mobilizing for collaboration. Paper presented at the Divisional Roundtable Session at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Townsend, L. Floersch, J. & Longhofer, J. (2010, May).
Coordinating mental health and child welfare services: Psychiatric diagnoses and use of psychotropic medications among youth in foster care. Paper presented at the New Jersey Alliance for Children, Youth and Families: The Child as a Whole: Piecing Together the Partnership Puzzle, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. & Buchbinder, M. (2006). Performing play, constructing cancer: Children's knowledge as embodied experience. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings, Society for Medical Anthropology. Vancouver, BC.

Longhofer, J. & Buchbinder, M. (2005).
Role rehearsal and role reversal: Children's play as anti-structural drama. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C.

Buchbinder, M. & Longhofer, J. (2005, February).
Anthropological perspectives on the therapeutic potential of play. Paper presented at The Association for the Study of Play, Society for Cultural Research (SCCR) and the Society for Anthropological Sciences (SASci), Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Longhofer, J. & Jenkins, J. (2003, February).
Social grid of community medication management. Paper presented at the First National Internet Conference on Social Work & psychopharmacology, Sponsored by the Ittleson Foundation and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social work in association with Psy Broadcasting Company.

Longhofer, J, Floersch, J. & Jenkins, J. (2002, January).
Medication and case management in a community support service program. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work Research, San Diego, CA.

Longhofer, J. (1998, February). Anti-state extremists and fundamentalisms of every sort. Paper presented to the Federal Executive Board Annual Meetings, Kansas City, MO.

Longhofer, J. (1998, November).
Whiteness at the "extremes" of environmentalism and anti- environmentalism." Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Longhofer, J. (1996).
Agrarian populism. Paper presented to the Organized Roundtable for the American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Culture and Agriculture Section, San Francisco, CA.

Longhofer, J. & Esterberg, K. (1996).
The resurgence of right wing extremism in the rural Midwest. Paper presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society, Des Moines, Iowa.

Longhofer, J. (1994, November).
Researching the radical right. Paper presented at the Organized Roundtable for the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Atlanta, GA.

Longhofer, J. (1994). In
and of the World: The Amish and sustainability. Paper presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.

Longhofer, J. (1994).
Simple commodity production and the Alexanderwohl Mennonites. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association Atlanta, GA.

Longhofer, J. (1994).
In and of the World: The Amish and sustainability. Paper presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.

Longhofer, J. (1993, November).
Bury our dead: A comparative and ethnohistorical study of mortuary tradition among the Mennonite, Amish, and Hutterite. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (1993, November).
The Social construction of suicide: Meaning, discourse, and resistance." Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Longhofer, J. (1993).
Articulating social totalities of differing scope: Mennonites in local and social formations. Paper presented at the Society for Economic Anthropology, Durham, New Hampshire.

Longhofer, J. & Latta, K. (1993).
Household, class, and gender: problems in the study of the domestic science movement. Paper presented at the South Central Women's Studies Association, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Longhofer, J. (1989, November).
Mennonites, Amish and Hutterites: Community and household formation. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

Longhofer, J. Blanc, R., Munro, S., Sirridge, M., Spratt, M., & Uffelman, H. (1988).
Behavioral science in medicine: An interdisciplinary case-oriented approach. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, D.C.

Longhofer, J. (1987).
Partible inheritance practices and the commercialization of agriculture: The Alexanderwohl Mennonites. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Ill.

Longhofer, J. (1985).
Farm size and property devolution among Alexanderwohl Mennonites. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C.

Longhofer, J. (1983).
Mennonites and the articulation of modes controversy. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society For Economic Anthropology, Iowa City, Iowa.

Longhofer, J. (1983).
The articulation of modes: A Mennonite case study. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Allied Social Science Association, San Francisco, CA.

Longhofer, J., Floersch, J. (1979).
Dying or living?: The double bind. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society For Applied Anthropology. Philadelphia, PA.


INVITED LECTURES

Longhofer, J. (2013, February). Quench: Queer Discussion. Social Justice and LGBT Communities. Queer Theory and Shame after Eve Sedgwick: The Politics of Recognition and Engagement.

Longhofer, J. (2010, November). The psychiatric medication contract: A dynamic model of adherence. Brown Bag Seminar Series, Rutgers University, Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.

Longhofer, J. (2010, November). Mandated treatment: An overview. New Jersey Mental Health Association, Policy Advisory Board.

Longhofer, J. (2011, February). A new social movement?: Researching the radical right and anti-lgbt organizing. Rutgers School of Social Work, New Brunswick Campus, LGBT Student Organization.

Longhofer, J. (2011, April). Understanding psychiatric medication practice among youth in state care. University of Maryland, Baltimore, School of Pharmacy.

Longhofer, J. (2011, April). A new social movement?: Researching the radical right and anti- lgbt organizing. Rutgers School of Social Work, Camden Campus, LGBT Student Organization.


CLINCICAL WORKSHOPS AND PRESENTATIONS, DISCUSSANT

Longhofer, J. (2012, December). Transitions for Youth, Rutgers University. Workshop for social work interns, Managing Boundaries in Foster Care.

Longhofer, J. (2012, October). Rutgers Preparatory School, Workshop,
Socio-emotional Development and Learning Readiness, Middle and Upper School Faculty.

Longhofer, J. (2012, August). Rutgers Preparatory School, Presentation to the Faculty, pre-K- 12.
Child and Adolescent Development: Recent Headlines.

Longhofer, J. (2012, August). Digital Selves, Digital Minds, Digital Selves, Digital Practice: Ethical and Clinical Implications. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2012, July).
Boundary Crossings: Ethical and Practice Implications. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2012, June).
Emotional Resiliency. Rutgers University, Transitions for Youth Skill-Building Workshops

Longhofer, J. (2012, March).
Social and Psychological Dynamics of Shame: Alternative Sexualities. New Jersey Society for Clinical Social Work, Continuing Education Workshop.

Longhofer, J. (2012, March). Bryn Mawr College.
Anti-LGBT Extremism.

Longhofer, J. (2012, January).
Boundaries, Boundary Crossing and Violations: Ethical and Clinical Implications. Workshop, Raritan Bay Mental Health Center. Perth Amboy New Jersey.

Longhofer, J. (2011, November).
Shame, PTSD, and the Returning War Veteran. Workshop, VA New York Healthcare System, Brooklyn Campus.

Longhofer, J. (2011). Transitions for Youth, Rutgers University. Workshop for social work interns,
Managing Boundaries in the Foster Care.

Longhofer, J. (2011, November). Moderator,
Rutgers University and The Tyler Clementi Foundation, Symposium on social networking, Identity, Connectedness, and Threat in Social Networks: Adolescent and Young Adult Use and Misuse of New Media.

Longhofer, J. (2011, October). Special Workshop for Catholic Charities, Diocese of Metcheuen
Boundary Crossings: Ethical and Practice Implications. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2011, October). Special Workshop for the Irvington, NJ School District,
Boundary Crossings: Ethical and Practice Implications. Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2011, July).
Shame and its dynamics. Adelphi University, School of Social Work.

Longhofer, J. (2011, April).
Boundary Crossings: Ethical and Practice Implications. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2011, April).
Gay/Straight Alliance at the Rutgers Camden, Anti-Gay Social Movements and the Religious Right.

Longhofer, J. (2011, February).
LGBTQ Committee, Swagger, Rutgers School of Social Work, Anti-Gay Social Movements and the Religious Right.

Longhofer, J. (2010, November). Transitions for Youth, Rutgers University. Workshop for social work interns,
Managing Boundaries in the Foster Care.

Longhofer, J. (2010, October). Brooklyn Law School, Theory-Practice Seminar:
Treating Mental Disorders in Poor and Vulnerable Children. Sponsored by the Center for Health, Science and Public Policy and The Hastings Center. (Discussant)

Longhofer, J. (2010, September).
The management of intense affect. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2010, April).
The social and psychological dynamics of shame: From engagement to termination. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. & Floersch, J. (2010, May). On being and having a case manager. Workshop for the Rutgers University, School of Social Work, Division of Continuing Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. (2009, November).
Shame, stigma, and the working alliance: From engagement to termination. Rutgers Annual Alumni Annual Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ.

Longhofer, J. & Janicki, A. (2009, Spring).
The psychodynamics of shame. Workshop presented to the candidates, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer, J. (2008).
Homosexuality and gender conflicts: A Case Presentation, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer, J. & Goldstone, M. (2009, June).
Gender and sexuality: Clinical understandings. Workshops presented to the candidates, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer, J. (2008, November).
Shame dynamics in the opening phase. Presentation to the Candidates, Denver Psychoanalytic Institute, Denver, CO.

Longhofer, J. (2008, February).
Case presentation to Robin Anderson, June Isquick Visiting Scholar, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer, J. (2008).
The case of Mr. Q: Case Presentation, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.
Longhofer, J. (2007, November).
The case of P. Case Presentation, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer, J. (2006, February).
The Case of Jackson: Medical Trauma and PTSD. Continuous Case Presentation, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.

Longhofer, J. (2005, November).
The case of Johnny. Case Presentation, Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center, Cleveland, OH.

Longhofer, J. (2002). Psychoanalysis, drive theory, and the case for critical realism. Monday Evening Seminars, Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development, Cleveland, OH.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION


1996 American Studies Association, 1996 Annual Meetings, Kansas City, Missouri, Organizing Committee.

1994 Central States Anthropological Association and the National Association of Ethnic Studies, Kansas City, Missouri.

1990 12th Annual Flint Hills Archaeology Conference. Convener and co-organizer, University of Missouri- Kansas City.


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS


Associations:
National Academies of Practice
National Association of Social Workers
National Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work
American Psychoanalytic Association
Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology, 2003
Fellow, American Anthropological Association, 1999
National Association of Practicing Anthropologists

Honor Societies:
Phi Kappa Phi
Alpha Kappa Delta


COURSES TAUGHT IN LAST 9 Years


G-Graduate, U-Undergraduate

Case Western Reserve University Teaching 2000-2009

World Culture and Politics (G) (Weatherhead School of Management, CWRU)
Mental Health Practice with Adults G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Mental Health Practice with Children and Adolescents (G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Human Development I: Child and Adolescent (G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Diversity, Discrimination, Oppression (G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Sages: Sexuality, Citizenship, and Social Action (U) (CWRU)
Sages: National, Ethnic, Religious, and “Other” Identities. (U) (CWRU)
ABLE (Ability Based Learning) (G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Models of Qualitative Research (G, doctoral) (MSASS, CWRU)
Race and Class: Implications for Social Work Practice (G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Child and Adolescent Development and Dysfunction (G) (MSASS, CWRU)
Psychological Anthropology (G) (CWRU)
Qualitative Research Methods (G) (CWRU, Weatherhead School of Management, Doctoral Program)
Social Policy (CWRU, Weatherhead School of Management, Doctoral Program)
Human Development over the Lifespan (G) (MSASS, CWRU)
Theories of Groups, Organizations, Communities and Social Class. (G)(MSASS, CWRU)
Participant Observation & Ethnographic Methods (CWRU, Weatherhead School of Management)
Anthropology of Food and Environment (G)(CWRU, Anthropology)
Anthropology of Religion (G) (CWRU, Anthropology)
Gender and Sexuality (G)(CWRU, Anthropology)


UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Rutgers University 2009-2012


Lead Teacher, Social Work Perspectives on AIDS, 2009-2011
Lead Teacher, Psychopathology, 2011-1012
Lead Teacher, Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 2010-2012
DSW Task Force, 2009-2012
DSW Executive Committee, 2011-Current
DSW Curriculum Director, 2011-Current
DSW Lead Teacher
Chair, CAPS Taskforce, 2011, Appointed by Executive Vice President Richard Edwards, 2011
Chair, Search Committee, Director of Development, 2012
Search Committee, Director of Information Technology, 2012
Search Committee, Senior Faculty, 2012-2013
McNair Faculty, 2012
Strategic Planning, University
Strategic Planing, Diversity Committee


Doctoral Committee Membership

Committee Chair, Anasuya Ray
Committee Member, Alexis Jemal
Committee Member, Bonnie Wilkenfeld
Committee Member, Fiona Conway
Committee Member, Kyle Caler


Case Western Reserve University
Chair, Mental Health Concentration
Chair, Harris Library Committee, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University
Admissions Committee, EDM Program, Weatherhead School of Management
University Hospitals, Residency Program, Psychiatry, weekly rounds

University of North Texas

University Senate, 1998
University Senate, Nominations Committee
Office of Sponsored Projects, Research Committee, 1997-98
McNair Advisory Council, 1998-
Women’s Studies, Advisory Council, 1998-
Provost’s Committee on Ethnic Studies, 1998
Delta Lambda Phi, Faculty Advisor, 1998-

University of Missouri-Kansas City

African American Culture and History House, Advisory Board
College of Arts and Sciences Steering Committee
School of Medicine Selection Council
Ph.D. Executive Committee
Women’s Center Advisory Board
Executive Committee, Social Sciences Ph.D. Consortium Committee
AAUP Chapter President
South Africa Exchange Committee
Athletics Advisory Board, Chancellor’s Committee
President’s Committee on Admissions