Tomblin, David (2016). “The White Mountain Recreational Enterprise: Bio-Political Foundations for White Mountain Apache Natural Resource Control, 1945-1960.” Humanities 5
Tomblin, David, Richard Worthington, Gretchen Gano, Mahmud Farooque, David Sittenfeld, and Jay Lloyd (2015). Informing NASA’s Asteroid Initiative: A Citizen’s Forum (Washington DC: ECAST).
Goldschmidt, Rudi, David Tomblin, and Mikko Rask (2015). “Does Gender Play a Role in Global Citizen Deliberations?” in Governing Biodiversity through Democratic Deliberation, Rick Worthington and Mikko Rask, eds. (New York: Routledge): 130-151.
Tomblin, D.C. 2013. “White Mountain Apache Boundary Work as an Instrument of Eco-political Liberation and Landscape Change,” in New Natures: Joining Environmental History with Science and Technology Studies, Dolly Jorgensen, Finne Arne Jorgensen, and Sara B. Pritchard, eds. (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press): 243-264.
David’s area of expertise is in public engagement with science and technology. He works with Experts and Citizens Assessment of Science and Technology (ECAST) to bring participatory technology assessment methods to government agencies such as NASA, Department of Energy, and NOAA. David teaches courses on the democratization of S&T, emerging technologies, and disasters and large-scale sociotechnical systems at the NCR campus.
Democratization of Science and Technology
Indigenous Cultures and Technology
Research Coordinator, Expert and Citizen Assessment of Science and Technology
Director of the Science, Technology and Society Program, University of Maryland
Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies, Virginia Tech