Russell Cambron
Russell Cambron
Atlanta, Georgia
 
 
Education
 
2017                           M.F.A., Photography
                                   Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta
 
2010                           M.A., Clinical Psychology
                                   Antioch University, Santa Barbara
 
2008                           M.A., Religious Studies
                                   University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2003                           B.A., Religious Studies
                                   summa cum laude, with research honors
                                   Georgia State University
 
           
Exhibitions
 
2017                           Boy, Owl, and Raven, Whitespec, Atlanta
 
2016                           Moxie Photo, Moxie Interactive, Atlanta
 
2015                           Open Studio, SCAD Atlanta
 
2014                           Open Studio, SCAD Atlanta
 
2013                           Open Studio, SCAD Atlanta
 
 
Awards and Scholarships

2012-present            SCAD Honors Scholarship, Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, GA
 
2003-2008                 J.F. Rowny Fellowship, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2003                          Outstanding Honors Student Award, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
 
2003                          Outstanding Religious Studies Student Award, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
 
1997                          Mary Hood French Award, North Georgia College and State University,
Dahlonega, GA
 
 
Publications
 
2008                           “Queer History in the Southern United States,” in LGBTQ America Today [Three Volumes]: An Encyclopedia, edited by John C. Hawley. Greenwood Press
 

Presentations and Guest Lectures
 
2009                           “Desiring Masculinity: The Psychology of the Ex-Gay Movement,” panel presentation, Western Regional LGBTQIA Conference, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2008                           “Religion Among LGBTQ College Students,” panel presentation at the University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2008                           Featured Speaker, Evangelical Views on Sexuality, Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
 
2007                           “Native American Two-Spirit People,” guest lecture for Introduction to Native American Religious Traditions, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2007                           Panelist for Here I am, Queer and Religious, presented at the Santa Barbara Hillel of the University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2006                           “Queer History,” lecture and workshop on gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender history as part of the Youth Leadership and Advocacy Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2005                           “The Impacts of Christianity on Native American Sexual Identity,”guest lecture for Introduction to Native American Religious Traditions, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2005                           “Gender and Nationality in the Aftermath of September 11,”paper presentation as part of the GenderQueer/QueerGenders Conference, University of California, Santa Barbara
 
2003                           “A Brief Cultural History of Suicide,”paper presentation as part of the Religious Studies Symposium, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
 
2002                           “The Link between Sexism and Homophobia in the Pentateuch,” paper presentation as part of the Religious Studies Symposium, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
 
Artistic Employment
 
2016-present          Freelance Private Instructor in Adobe Photoshop
                                          and Lightroom
 
2013-2016                Studio Monitor, Savannah College of Art and Design,
                                         Atlanta, GA
 
 
Academic Employment
 
2005-2008                Teaching Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara

2003                          Site Visit Coordinator, Fulbright Visiting Scholars Program, University of California,                                                     Santa Barbara
 
2001-2003                Editing Assistant, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
 
2002-2003                Research Assistant, Pluralism Project of Harvard University, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA