Dr. Fuller’s research and teaching interests include African diaspora, indigeneity, intersectional feminism, ecology, critical race pedagogy, Black geographies, and environmental justice. She has published on indigeneity and self-representation, women and fisheries, gendered indigenous cultural practices, and informal economies and autonomy.
B.S. Conservation and Resource Studies, University of California Berkeley, 1994
M.S. Teacher Education, California State University Hayward, 2000
Ph.D. Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California Berkeley, 2015
Fuller, S., Roberts, D. Principal Investigators, Office of the Chancellor Faculty Retention Grant, AY 2020-2021, $29,000.
Fuller, S., et al., 2019. Investigating Best Practices: Doctoral Fieldwork Experiences With and Without Indigenous Communities in Settler-colonial Societies. ACME Journal. December
Fuller, S. 2019 Don’t Know Nothin’ ‘bout Subsistence. We Gullah! Construction of Self as Indigenous in the Americas. Relating Worlds of Racism: Dehumanization, Belonging, and the Normativity of Whiteness edited volume. Palgrave
Fuller, S., 2017 Review of Karjanen, D., The Servant Class City: Urban Revitalization versus the Working Poor in San Diego. H-Citizenship, H-Net Reviews. October