Dr. Klocke's interdisciplinary teaching and research experiences have integrated analyses of:
Dr. Klocke is coauthor of The Better World Handbook: From Good Intentions to Everyday Actions (1st edition), published by New Society Publishers, and co-editor of Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions 2016, published by Policy Press. His interdisciplinary academic research has been published in the following journals: Journalism Studies, Journalism, Sociology Compass, Policing and Society, and Men and Masculinities, and he has presented his research at more than 20 conferences and symposia. In January 2013, HuffPost Live addressed the issue of men and feminism, linking Dr. Klocke’s “Roles of Men with Feminism and Feminist Theory”, as a key article for understanding these issues. In June of 2013, he was a guest panelist on HuffPost Live for a related topic about college students. In November 2014, he was invited to Dublin, Ireland, to address Trinity College's debating society, on the topic of men and feminism. He has served as a manuscript reviewer for the International Journal of Communication, The Journal of Communication Inquiry, Sociological Quarterly, Social Problems, Social Science Journal, and the American Journal of Sociology, as well as for several sociology textbooks.
STUDENT AFFAIRS PROFESSIONAL
Dr. Klocke has eight years of experience in student affairs, six of them in student activities (Program Coordinator, and Director) and residential life (Residence Hall Director), at the University of Dubuque, SUNY Brockport, and Ithaca College, and two years in the Graduate School at the University of Colorado, as Lead Coordinator for the award-winning Graduate Teacher Program. He has also advised peer-education student groups and clubs at four different colleges.
SOCIAL JUSTICE EDUCATOR, NON-PROFIT DIRECTOR & COMMUNITY ACTIVIST
Dr. Klocke has facilitated, alone and with others, dozens of workshops, trainings, keynote addresses, and panel presentations (click on the SEE VITAE link above) on issues of social justice (intervening against racism, sexism, heterosexism, classism, ableism), for high school students, college students (including international students), teachers, activists, and community organizations. He was an invited contributor to the book Sociologists in Action on Inequalities: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality. He served three years as Executive Director and Vice President of the Board of Directors of the non-profit organization, the Commons Community Center, whose mission was "to promote cooperation and sustainability through the integral transformation of individuals, culture, and institutions locally and globally." Dr. Klocke has been a member of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS), and is currently on the national leadership team of Faculty Against Rape (FAR). You can keep up with FAR's Facebook posts here. Dr. Klocke and his colleague Dr. Anna Sampaio were interviewed on KGNU's Connections radio program about NOMAS' Manifesting Global Justice: Creating Inclusive Communities conference, for which they were Keynote speakers. You can listen to excerpts of the discussion at this link. Additionally, Dr. Klocke has also been involved in several peace and justice organizations in Iowa, Indiana, Colorado, New York, Vermont, and Florida, as well as vegetarian, environmental and animal rights community groups and food co-ops. Click here to read what he has written about co-ops' connections to social movement activism.
JOURNALIST & PHOTOGRAPHER
His nonacademic professional experiences also include more than four years as a regular freelance independent reporter and photojournalist. His journalistic work, from news articles to features and photos, has appeared in the Boulder Weekly, Colorado Springs Independent, Rocky Mountain Bullhorn, Independent Media Center, Rebelion Magazine, Orlando Times, Florida Sun Review, Central Florida Charity Magazine, among other publications, as well as in six gallery exhibitions in Denver and Boulder, Colorado, and two exhibitions in Vermont. He has done other commissioned photographic work, including that for the Ghanaian musicians Maputo & Mawuenyega Mensah & Guinean drummer Fara Tolno, for their AKPE Album (CD), and for alternative media organization Free Speech TV, with his photo featured on the front page of their membership recruitment brochure. You can see many of his photos by clicking here: www.bkshots.com, as well as here: www.flickr.com/photos/photacular.