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CURRICULUM VITAE
Adia Harvey Wingfield
Dept. of Sociology

Seigle Hall 207, Box 1112

Washington University in St. Louis

1 Brookings Drive

St. Louis, MO 63130

adia@wustl.edu


2004 PhD Sociology Johns Hopkins University

2000 MA Sociology Johns Hopkins University

1998 BA English Spelman College
EMPLOYMENT

Fall 2015 Professor, Department of Sociology, Washington University in St.

Louis

2012-2015: Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Georgia State



University

Summer 2011: Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, Rikkyo University,

Tokyo, Japan.

2006-2012: Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Georgia State

University.

2004-2006: Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Hollins University.


RESEARCH

Publications/Books

Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s



Work. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
*Winner, Richard A. Lester Award for Outstanding Book in Labor Economics and Industrial Relations published in 2013 (Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University)
*Winner, 2014 Distinguished Book Award (Race, Gender, and Class Section of the American Sociological Association)
*Reviews: Publisher’s Weekly; Ethnic and Racial Studies; Diverse: Issues in

Higher Education; Choice; Society for the Study of Social Problems Newsletter; Gender & Society; Sociological Forum; American Journal of Sociology; Men and Masculinities; Contemporary Sociology
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Joe Feagin. (2012.) Yes We Can? White Racial Framing and

the Obama Presidency. 2nd edition. New York: Routledge.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) Changing Times for Black Professionals. New York:

Routledge.


*Reviews: Teaching Sociology
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Joe Feagin. (2009.) Yes We Can? White Racial Framing and

the 2008 Presidential Campaign. New York: Routledge.
*Reviews: Choice; Qualitative Sociology
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2008.) Doing Business with Beauty: Black Women, Hair

Salons, and the Racial Enclave Economy. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
*Reviews: Contemporary Sociology; Work and Occupations; Gender & Society;

Choice; Reference and Research Book News
Publications/Articles & Book Chapters

*Bold print indicates collaboration with graduate student


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (Forthcoming, 2015.) “Nurses Care, Doctors Cure: The Racial

Construction of Work for Black Men in Gendered Occupations.” Medicina Nei



Secoli.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (Forthcoming, 2015.) “Advocating Affirmative Action in the

Days of Diversity: How the Business Case Enables Attention to Race and

Gender.” In Underneath the Thin Veneer: Critical Diversity, Multiculturalism,

and Inclusion in the Workplace. Eds: David G. Embrick, Sharon Collins, and

Michelle Dodson. Netherlands: Brill Academic Publications.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Taura Taylor. (2014.) “Entrepreneurship as Empowerment:

Agency, Counterframing, and Black Business Owners’ Decision Making.” In



Racism: Global Perspectives, Coping Strategies, and Social Implications. Ed.

Tracey Lowell. Hauppage, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Pp. 21-36.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia and John Harvey Wingfield. (2014.) “When Visibility Hurts

and Helps: Assessing Intersections of Race and Gender in Shaping Black

Professional Men’s Experiences with Tokenism.” Cultural Diversity and Ethnic

Minority Psychology 20 (4): 483-490.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Ranell Myles. (2014.) “Still a Man’s World?

Reconsidering Men Who Do ‘Women’s Work.’” Sociology Compass 8 (10):

1206-1215.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2014.) “Crossing the Color Line: Black Professional

Men’s Development of Interracial Social Networks.” Societies 4: 240-255.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Renee Skeete Alston. (2014.) “Maintaining Hierarchies in

Predominantly White Organizations: A Theory of Racial Tasks.” American



Behavioral Scientist 58: 274-287.
*Reprinted in Invisible Labor, eds. Marion Crane, Winnie Poster, and Miriam

Cherry. Berkeley: University of California Press. Forthcoming 2015.


Jackson, Brandon and Adia Harvey Wingfield. (2013.) “Getting Angry to Get Ahead:

Black College Men, Emotional Performance, and Encouraging Racial

Respectability.” Symbolic Interaction 36 (3): 275-292.
Tester, Griff and Adia Harvey Wingfield. (2013.) “Moving Past Picket Fences: The

Meaning of Home for Public Housing Residents.” Sociological Forum 28 (1): 70-

84.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2012.) “Race, Gender, and Entrepreneurship

Initiatives: Comparing Black Men’s and Women’s Use of Small Business

Development Centers.” Journal of Race and Policy 8 (1): 37-51.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Melinda Mills. (2012.) “Viewing Videos: Class

Differences, Black Women, and Interpretations of Femininity.” Race, Gender,



and Class 19 (3): 348-367
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Renee Alston. (2012.) “The Understudied Case of Black

Professional Men: Advocating an Intersectional Approach.” Sociology Compass 6

(9): 728-739.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Joe Feagin. (2012.) “The Racial Dialectic: President Barack

Obama and the White Racial Frame.” Qualitative Sociology 35 (2): 143-162.


Durr, Marlese and Adia Harvey Wingfield. (2011.) “’Keep Your ‘N’ in Check!’ African

American Women and the Interactive Effects of Etiquette and Emotional Labor.”



Critical Sociology 37 (5): 557-571.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) “Caring, Curing, and the Community: Black

Masculinity in a Feminized Profession.” Research in the Sociology of Work:



Gender & Sexuality in the Workplace. Vol 20, Eds. Christine L. Williams and

Kirsten Dellinger. Pp. 15-37


*Winner, Outstanding Author Contribution, Emerald Literati Awards for

Excellence


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) “Are Some Emotions Marked ‘Whites Only’?

Racialized Feeling Rules in Professional Workplaces.” Social Problems 57 (2):

251-268.
*Abstracted in “Discoveries” section of Contexts magazine, Winter 2010
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) “Racializing the Glass Escalator: Reconsidering Men’s

Experiences with Women’s Work.” Gender & Society (23) 1: 5-26.


*Winner, Distinguished Article Award 2009-2010. Race, Gender, and Class

Section, American Sociological Association


*Reprinted in Gender Inequality, 5th edition. Ed. Judith Lorber. New York:

Oxford University Press 2012.


*Reprinted in Men’s Lives, 9th edition. eds. Michael S. Kimmel and Michael A.

Messner. New York: Allyn Bacon Press, 2012.


*Reprinted in Gender Through the Prism of Difference, eds. Maxine Baca Zinn,

Pierette Hondagneu-Sotela, and Michael Messner. New York: Oxford University

Press, 2010.
*Reprinted in The Gendered Society Reader, eds. Michael Kimmel and Amy

Aronson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.


*Abstracted in “Discoveries” section of Contexts magazine, Summer 2009
McDonald, Katrina Bell and Adia Harvey Wingfield. (2008.) “(In)Visibility Blues: The

Paradox of Visibility and Invisibility Among Minority Faculty at Independent

Schools.” Sociological Spectrum 29 (1): 28-50.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2008.) “Personal Satisfaction and Economic Improvement:

Examining Working-Class Black Women’s Experiences with Entrepreneurship.”



Journal of Black Studies 38 (6): 900-915
Harvey Wingfield, Adia M. (2007.) “The Modern Mammy and the Angry Black Man:

African American Professionals’ Experiences with Gendered Racism in the

Workplace.” Race, Gender, & Class 14 (2): 196-212.
Harvey, Adia M. (2005.) “Becoming Entrepreneurs: Intersections of Race, Class, and

Gender in the Black Beauty Salon.” Gender & Society (19): 6 pp.789-881.


*Reprinted in Race, Class, and Gender: An Anthology. 7th edition. Ed. Margaret

Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Press. 2010


Harvey, William B. and Adia M. Harvey (2005.) “A Bi-Generational Narrative on the

Brown vs. Board Decision.” Negro Education Review (56): 1


*Reprinted in The Promise of Justice: Essays on Brown vs. Board of Education. Ed. Mac A. Stewart. Columbus, OH: Ohio University Press. 2008.
Harvey, William B., Adia M. Harvey, and Mark King. (2004.) “The Impact of the Brown

vs. Board Decision on the Postsecondary Participation of African Americans.”



Journal of Negro Education (73): 3.
*Voted one of 2004’s most scholarly articles published in the area of Southern history by the Journal of Southern History.
Sanders, Mavis G. and Adia M. Harvey. (2002.) “Beyond the School Walls: A Case

Study of Principal Leadership for School-Community Collaboration.” Teachers



College Record (104): 7 pp. 1345-1368
Publications/Book Reviews

Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (Forthcoming.) Book Review, “Beyond Discrimination” and

“Repositioning Race.” Contemporary Sociology.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2012.) Book Review. “The Store in the Hood: A

Century of Ethnic Business and Conflict.” Contemporary Sociology 41(1): 81-82.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2012.) Book Review. “Digesting Race, Class, and Gender:

Sugar as Metaphor.” Gender & Society 26 (1): 125-126.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) Book Review. “Beauty Shop Politics: African American

Women’s Activism in the Beauty Industry.” Register of the Kentucky Historical



Society 108 (4): 433-435.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) Book Review. “The Managed Hand: Race, Gender, and

the Body in Beauty Service Work.” American Journal of Sociology 116 (5): 1695-

1697
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) Book Review. “Represent: Art and Identity Among the

Black Upper Middle Class.” Contemporary Sociology 39 (5): 547-548


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) Book Review. “Race, Gender, and the Politics of Skin

Tone.” Gender & Society 24 (4): 548-549


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) Book Review. “Black Beauty: Aesthetics, Stylization,

Politics.” Contemporary Sociology 39 (1): 86-87.


Harvey, Adia M. (2007.) Book Review. “Gendered Processes: Korean Immigrant Small

Business Ownership.” Gender & Society 21 (3): 449-450.


Publications/Non-Peer Reviewed

Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2014.) “Between Bigger Thomas and Barack Obama: The

Often Overlooked Occupational Lives of Black Professional Men.” Sex and

Gender News, Newsletter for the Sex and Gender Section of the American

Sociological Association. Summer 2014.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) “Comment on Feagin and Elias.” Ethnic and Racial

Studies 36 (6): 989-993.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Renee Alston. (2013.) “Feeling Rules.” Sociology of Work:

An Encyclopedia. Ed. Vickie Smith. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

276-277
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Adolphus G. Belk. (2010.) “Assessing Race and Policy in

the Age of Obama.” Journal of Race and Policy. Vol 6 (1): 4-8.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2008.) “Bringing Minority Men Back In: Comment on

Andersen.” Gender & Society 22 (1): 88-92.


Works in Progress

Harvey Wingfield, Adia, Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. “Does the

Job Matter? Occupational Differences and Racialized Stress.” In progress.
Zambrana, Ruth et. al. “Subtle and Intangible: Faculty Voices and Perceptions of

Invisible Discriminatory Practices in Predominantly White Institutions.” In

progress.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia and Raheem Beyah. “Winning the Internet Lottery: Class and

Cybercrime.” In progress.


Awards

Named, Emerging Scholar. (2013.) Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.


Winner, Distinguished Early Career Award. (2012.) Section on Racial and Ethnic

Minorities, American Sociological Association.


Guest of Honor, “Celebrating Faculty Excellence” Ceremony. (2010.) Georgia State

University.


Outstanding Junior Faculty Award. (2010.) College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State

University.


Grants

National Science Foundation Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace CISE/SBE New

Collaboration EAGER Award. (2013.) “Winning the Internet Lottery: Growing

Income Inequality, Social Class, and Susceptibility to Cybercrime.” Awarded

$200,000 to examine whether there are social class differences in various groups’

vulnerability to internet crime, specifically phishing scams. National Science

Foundation. Co-PI, with Raheem Beyah.
Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Competition. (2010.) “Why Start a Business? Examining

Racial Differences in Motivations for Entrepreneurship.” Awarded $25,000 to

assess differences in Latino/a, Black, and White business owners’ reasons for

pursuing entrepreneurship. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill/Kauffman

Foundation.
Roadmap for an Entrepreneurial Economy Initiative. (2008.) “Assessing How Gender

Shapes African Americans’ Use of Small Business Development Centers.”

Awarded $15,000 to study gendered uses of federal policy initiatives. Kauffman

Foundation/Georgia Research Alliance.


Research Initiation Grant. (2007.) “Marginalized Entrepreneurs: Systemic Gendered

Racism and the Emergence of a Racial Enclave Economy.” Awarded $4800 for

research on Black women entrepreneurs. Georgia State University.
Presentations

Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2015.) “Nurses Care, Doctors Cure: The Racial Construction of

Work for Black Men in Gendered Occupations.” Interim Meetings of the

International Sociology Association, Milan, Italy.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2014.) “No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s

Work.” Author, Author Meets Critics Session. Annual Meetings of the Southern

Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC; Annual Meetings of the Pacific

Sociological Society, Portland, OR; Annual Meetings of the Southwestern

Sociological Association, San Antonio, TX.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) “White Bound.” Critic, Author Meets Critics Session.

Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta GA.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) “No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s

Work.” Panel discussant, Annual Meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society,

Boston MA; Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, New

York, NY.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) "Are Some Emotions Marked 'Whites Only'? Racialized

Feeling Rules in Professional Workplaces.” Panel discussant, Annual Meetings of

the American Studies Association, Baltimore, MD.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) Author Meets Critics Session for “Doing Business with

Beauty.” Author and Presenter. Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological

Society, Atlanta GA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) “How Post Racial Politics Obscured Gender and Class:

Intersectionality in the 2008 Presidential Campaign.” Plenary Address. Race,

Class, and Gender 2010 Conference. New Orleans, LA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) “Feminism and Community Across Generations.” Panel

Discussant, Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. San

Francisco, CA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) “Intersectionality and Public Housing.” Paper

Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans,

LA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) Author Meets Critics for “Reproducing Racism,” by

Wendy Leo Moore. Discussant and Session Organizer. Annual Meeting of the

Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans, LA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) “When You’re ‘More Than Just a Nurse.’” Roundtable.

Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society. Baltimore, MD.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2008.) “’We Don’t Look Like That’: Young Black Women’s

Responses to Images of Black Femininity in Rap Music Videos.” Annual Meeting

of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association. Charlotte, NC
Harvey, Adia M. (2007.) “The Racial Enclave Economy: An Interpretation of Racial

Minorities’ Entrepreneurial Experiences.” Annual Meeting of the Southern

Sociological Society. Atlanta, GA.
Harvey, Adia M. (2006.) “Serenity Now! African American Professionals and the

Construction of Emotions in the Workplace.” Annual Meeting of the Eastern

Sociological Society. Boston, MA.
Harvey, Adia M. (2005.) “Visibility/Invisibility Blues: Marginalization and Minority

Faculty at Maryland Independent Schools.” Annual Meeting of the Southern

Sociological Society. Charlotte, NC.
Harvey, Adia M. (2005.) “Intersectionality and Business Ownership: How Race, Gender,

and Class Influence Working-Class Black Women’s Entrepreneurship.” Annual

Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society. Washington, DC.
King, Mark and Adia M. Harvey (2004.) “Critiquing the Integration Doctrine.” Annual

Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society. New York, NY.


Sanders, Mavis G. and Adia M. Harvey. (2000.)“Emphasizing School Community

Partnerships.” Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research

Association. New Orleans, LA.
Invited Presentations

Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2015.) Panelist. “Misery at Work: Resisting Racism

and Other Inequities.” Annual Meetings of the American Studies Association,

Toronto, Canada.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2015.) Roundtable Discussant. “The Black Middle Class.”

Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Atlanta, GA


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2015.) Panelist. “Workplace Sexuality.” Annual Meetings of

the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2015.) “Maintaining Hierarchies in Predominantly White

Organizations: A Theory of Racial Tasks.” Annual Meetings of the Southern

Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2014.) “No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s

Work.” Emory University, Atlanta GA; Georgia Gwinett College, Atlanta GA


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2014.) “Maintaining Hierarchies in Predominantly White

Organizations: A Theory of Racial Tasks.” Annual Meetings of the Eastern

Sociological Society, Baltimore MD.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) “No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s

Work.” University of Miami, Miami FL; Duke University, Durham, NC; Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD; University of Maryland-College Park.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) Invited Participant. Redesigning/Redefining Work

Summit. Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Stanford University, Palo Alto,

CA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2013.) Author Meets Critics Session for “Doing Business with

Beauty.” Author and Presenter. Annual Meetings of the Southern Sociological

Society, Atlanta GA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2012.) “No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s

Work.” Lofton Lecture Series Speaker, Mississippi State University, Starkville

MS.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2012.) “Yes We Can? White Racial Framing and the 2008

Presidential Campaign.” Keynote Speaker for Martin Luther King Jr Day

Ceremony, Saint Joseph’s University. Rensselaer, IN.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) “Understanding Minorities’ Work in Upholding

Predominantly White Organizational Structures: The Concept of Racial Labor.”

Invited Presenter, Work and Inequality: Fostering New Perspectives in the

Discipline Mini-Conference. Boston, MA.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) “Measuring Emotions.” Invited Panelist. Emotions

Section: Chair’s Hour, Annual Meetings of the American Sociological

Association, Las Vegas, NV.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) “Raced Work Spaces and Racialized Labor.” Invited

Panelist, Work and Occupations Mini-Conference. Annual Meetings of the

Southern Sociological Society, Jacksonville, FL.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) "Are Some Emotions Marked 'Whites Only'? Racialized

Feeling Rules in Professional Workplaces.” Invited Guest Speaker, University of

North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) “The Racial Dialectic.” Invited Speaker, Race, Gender,

and Class Conference, New Orleans, LA.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) “Intersectionality and Embodiment.” Invited Panelist,

Annual Meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia PA


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2011.) "Yes We Can? White Racial Framing and the 2008

Presidential Campaign." Invited Guest Speaker, University of Kansas.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) "Are Some Emotions Marked 'Whites Only'? Racialized

Feeling Rules in Professional Workplaces. Invited Guest Speaker, University of

South Carolina-Upstate. Greenville, SC; Emory University; University of Texas-Austin. Austin, TX.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) “New Directions in the Study of Emotions at Work.”

Invited Panelist, Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association,

Atlanta GA.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) Meet the Author Session for “Yes We Can? White

Racial Framing and the 2008 Presidential Campaign.” National Conference on

Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education, Washington, DC.
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) Address, Minority Fellowship Program, Annual

Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta GA.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2010.) “Doing Business with Beauty.” Invited Guest Speaker,

University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) “Intersectionality and the Conundrum of the Middle

Class.” Invited Panel Discussant. Annual Meeting of the National Women’s Studies Association. Atlanta, GA.


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2009.) “We Don’t Look Like That.” Invited Guest Speaker,

University of South Carolina-Upstate, Greenville, SC


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2008.) “Doing Business with Beauty.” Invited Guest Speaker,

University of South Carolina-Columbia, Columbia, SC; Winthrop University.

Rock Hill, SC
Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2007.) “Silent Choices.” Invited Panel Discussant

International Black Docu-Fest. Atlanta, GA


Harvey Wingfield, Adia. (2007.) “Reflections on Early College.” Keynote Speaker, Early

College Program Closing Luncheon, Spelman College. Atlanta, GA


Harvey, Adia M. (2007.) “Alonzo Herndon’s Legacy of Entrepreneurship: The

Significance, Potential, and Promise of Business Ownership for Black

Americans.” Inaugural Black History Month Event Honoring Alonzo Herndon.

Atlanta, GA.


Harvey, Adia M. (2004.) “A Field Where You Can Do Well: Black Women’s

Entrepreneurship in the Hair Industry as a Pathway to Socioeconomic

Advancement.” Millsaps College Speaker Series. Jackson, MS.

.

TEACHING


Presentations

Harvey, Adia M. (2007.) “Alternative Approaches to Teaching Theory.” Annual Meeting

of the Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta, GA.
Courses Taught

Undergraduate:

Social Theory Women and Work

Race & Ethnic Relations Introduction to Sociology

Race, Class, and Gender in the Media Research Methods

Race & Ethnicity in the Labor Market

Resistance, Revolutions, and Social Reform
Graduate:

Social Theory I Social Theory II

Race & Ethnic Relations Race, Class, and Gender

Black Sociologists: Past & Present


SERVICE
Editorial work

Deputy Editor, Gender & Society, 2011-2015


Associate Editor; Journal of Race and Policy, 2008-2011
Editorial Board; Research in the Sociology of Work, 2015-2018; Social Currents, 2013-

2014; Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 2013-2015; Gender & Society, 2007-2010


Guest Editor. (2010.) Special Issue: Race and Policy in the Age of Obama. Journal of

Race and Policy. 6 (1)
Referee

Journals: (2015): American Sociological Review (2014): Sociological Quarterly; Work and Occupations (2013): American Journal of Sociology; Social Problems; American Sociological Review; Social Psychology Quarterly (2011): Gender & Society; Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (2010): Sociological Quarterly; Journal of African American Studies; Poetics; Journal of Contemporary Ethnography; Sociology of Education; American Sociological Review; American Journal of Sociology; Ethnic and Racial Studies; Social Problems; Gender & Society; Men and Masculinities (2009): Human Relations; Journal of Labor Relations; Gender & Society; Journal of Race and Policy; Sociological Spectrum; Symbolic Interaction; Sociological Theory; (2008): Qualitative Sociology; Sociological Inquiry; American Sociological Review; (2007): Social Problems; Sociological Perspectives


Presses: (2014): Cornell University Press; Worth Publishers; Bloomsbury Press (2013): Oxford University Press; Rutgers University Press; Columbia University Press (2011): Oxford University Press (2010): Oxford University Press (2008): Sage Press, Oxford University Press
Funding Agencies: (2015): National Science Foundation
National Service

Vice President. (2015-2017.) Sociologists for Women in Society.


Chair, Publications Committee. (2016-2018.) Southern Sociological Society.
Chair. (2015-2016.) Race, Gender, and Class Section of the American Sociological

Association.


Program Committee Co-Chair. (2015-2016.) Southern Sociological Society Annual

Meetings, Atlanta GA.


Council Member At-Large. (2014-2017.) American Sociological Association.
Program Committee Member. (2014.) Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings,

Charlotte, NC.


Organizer, “Researching Obama.” (2014.) Thematic session. Annual Meeting of the

American Sociological Association.


Organizer, “Opportunity Denied.” (2013.) Author Meets Critics Session. Southern

Sociological Society, Atlanta GA.


Elected Member. Section on Race and Ethnic Minorities Council. American Sociological

Association. 2011-2014.


Organizer, “Emotions, Race, and Ethnicity.” (2011.) Session for Sociology of Emotions

Section. Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas,

NV.
Elected Member, Race, Class, and Gender Section Council. American Sociological

Association. 2010-2013.


Organizer, Race, Class, and Gender Regular Session. (2010.) Annual Meeting of the

American Sociological Association, Atlanta GA.


Elected Member, Sally Hacker Paper Award Committee, Sex and Gender Section,

American Sociological Association. 2009-2011.


Organizer, Methodological Strategies and Studying Intersectionality. (2009.) Annual

Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.


Member. Program Committee, Southern Sociological Society. 2008-2009.
Member. Nominations Committee, Sex and Gender Section, American Sociological

Association. 2007-2008.


Member. Program Committee, Society for the Study of Social Problems. 2007-2008.
Member. Distinguished Book Award Committee, Sex and Gender Section, American

Sociological Association. 2006-2007.


Presider. (2007.) Southeastern Undergraduate Sociological Symposium. Immigration and

the Environment, Morehouse College. Atlanta, GA.


Presider/Discussant. (2006.) Measurement of Crime and Deviance Paper Session. Annual

Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society. Boston, MA.


Presider/Discussant. (2005.) Race, Gender, and Class Roundtable. Annual Meeting of the

American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, PA.


Discussant. (2003.) Racial and Ethnic Segregation and Discrimination. Annual Meeting

of the American Sociological Association. Atlanta, GA.


University Service

Chair, Race and Urban Studies Concentration, Sociology Department. Georgia State

University. 2013-2015.
Undergraduate Director, Sociology Department. Georgia State University. 2012-2013.
Chair, Sociology Department Diversity Committee, Georgia State University. 2009-

2011.
Invited Guest Speaker, Sigma Pi Fraternity, Georgia State University. 2009.


Member, Sociology Department Executive Committee, Georgia State University. 2008.
Member, Sociology Department Graduate Student Committee, Georgia State University.

2007-2008.


Member, Sociology Department Recruitment Committee, Georgia State University.

2007-2008.


Faculty Advisor, Black Student Alliance. Hollins University. 2005-2006
Faculty Advisor, The Center (support group for survivors of sexual violence). Hollins

University 2004-2006.


Chair, Student Life Committee. Hollins University 2005-2006.
Planner and Coordinator, “Bridging the Ivory Tower: Connecting Academia to Public

Policy.” Speakers: Dr. Adolphus G. Belk, Jr. (Winthrop University), Dr. Eiman

Zein-Elabdin (Franklin and Marshall University), and Dr. Joe Feagin (Texas

A&M University). Hollins University. 2006.


Planner and Coordinator, Screening of “Comrade Sister: Voices of Women in the Black

Panther Party.” Hollins University. 2005.


Professional Affiliations

American Sociological Association (ASA)


Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS)
Eastern Sociological Society (ESS)
Southern Sociological Society (SSS)
Media Appearances

Quoted. Gillian White’s “The Weakening Definition of Diversity.” In The Atlantic. May

13, 2015.
Op-ed. “Gendering #BlackLivesMatter: A Feminist Perspective.” Pacific Standard.

December 18, 2014.


Quoted. Amanda Holpuch’s “Libertarian-backed Hair Braiders Sue Three States over

License Requirements.” In The Guardian. June 18, 2014.


Op-ed. “The Myth of the Mancession: Men Find Work in Female Dominated Fields.” In

Free-Lance Star, Fredericksburg, VA, September 2, 2012.
Quoted. Shaila Dewan’s “Interestingly, Men Seek Success in Jobs Dominated by

Women.” In New York Times, May 21, 2012.


Quoted. Ryan Lee’s “Is Tyler Perry Atlanta’s Most Famous Drag Queen?” In Georgia

Voice, April 15, 2010.
MeettheBloggers.com Podcast: Race in the Presidential Election. Panelist, Oct. 24, 2008.
Quoted. Deborah Douglas’ “Nader’s Dissing Obama is Just the Beginning.” In Chicago

Sun Times, June 27, 2008.
WXIA-11 NBC News Affiliate: Atlanta Public Schools Ban Saggy Pants. Television

interview, Dec. 11, 2007.





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