Craig Willse is an Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies at George Mason University. Professor Willse earned his B.A. in Gender Studies/Social Sciences from the New College of Florida, M.A. in Sociology from Queens College, CUNY, and Ph.D. in Sociology from the Graduate Center, CUNY.
His research includes housing insecurity and the homeless services industry, critical race theory and LGBT social movements and mass media and war.
Spade, Dean, and Craig Willse. “Sex, Gender, and War in an Age of Multicultural Imperialism.” QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 1.1 (2014): 5-29.
Willse, Craig. “”Universal Data Elements,” or the Biopolitical Life of Homeless Populations.” Surveillance & Society 5.3 (2002).
Clough, Patricia Ticineto, and Craig Willse. “Gendered Security/National Security Political Branding and Population Racism.” Social Text 28.4 105 (2010): 45-63.