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Scholarly Interest Report
Tony Brown
Professor of Sociology
  • Ph.D. Sociology (1998) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Primary Department
   Department of Sociology
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Department Affiliations
  • Department of Sociology
     Google Scholar Profile
    Research Areas
     Health; Identity; Quantitative Methods; Racism
    Teaching Areas
     Health; Identity; Quantitative Methods; Racism
    Selected Publications

    Brown, Tony N; Duncan, Ebony M; Kettrey, Heather Hensman; "Black Nationalist Tendencies and Their Association with Perceived Inefficacy of the Civil Rights Movement and of Black Elected Officials." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 3 (2017) : 188-201.Unknown


    Turner, R Jay; Brown, Tony N; Hale, William Beardall; "Race, socioeconomic position, and physical health: a descriptive analysis." Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 58 (2017) : 23-36.Unknown

     Conference Paper

    "Brown, Tony N., et al. 2017. “Why Sociologists Should Study Whites’ Self-Reports of Perpetrating Racial and Ethnic Discrimination.” University of Massachusetts Boston 12th Social Theory Forum, Boston, MA.."

     Invited Talks

    "Brown, Tony N. 2017. “Development and Validation of a Racial Trauma Measure.” Department of Sociology Colloquium Series, Texas A&M University. Travel covered and honorarium.."


    "Brown, Tony N. 2017. “Increasing the Opportunity for Academic and Life Success: Trauma Informed Schooling.” Presidential session presentation at the 2017 American Education Research.."


    "Brown, Tony N. 2017. “The Salubrious Significance of Selling Out: Evidence from the Nashville Stress and Health Study.” Medicine, Aging, Science, and Health Workshop, University of Michigan. Travel covered and honorarium.."

    Editorial Positions
     Member of the Editorial Board, American Sociological Review. (2017 - 2017)

    Positions Held
     Associate Director, Kinder Institute’s Urban Health Program, Kinder Institute for Urban Research. (2017 - 2017)

     Founder and Director, Racism and Racial Experiences (RARE) Workgroup, Rice University. (2017 - 2017)

     Fellow, Kinder Institute for Urban Research. (2017 - 2017)