Ph.D Rutgers UniversityB.A. Howard University, Magna Cum Laude
American PoliticsAfrican American StudiesWomen and Politics
FALL 2013AAS 271 - Introduction to African American Studies
Spring 2014AAS 271 - Introduction to African American Studies
Summer 2014POL 326 Black Political Participation in America
Brown, Nadia. 2012. “Negotiating the Insider/Outsider Status: Black Feminist Ethnography and Legislative Studies.” Journal of Feminist Scholarship. 3, 19 -39.
Brown, Nadia, and Kira Hudson Banks. 2013. Black Women’s Agenda Setting in the Maryland State Legislature. Journal of African American Studies:1-17.
Brown, Nadia. Forthcoming. “Political Participation of Women of Color: An Intersectional Analysis.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy.
Brown, Nadia. Forthcoming. “Identity and the Legislative Decision Making Process: A Case Study of the Maryland State Legislature.” Ethnic Studies Review.
Brown, Nadia. Forthcoming. “Employing Intersectionality: The Impact of Generation on Black Women Maryland State Legislators Views on Anti-Domestic Violence Legislation.” The Journal of Race and Policy.
Brown, Nadia. 2013. “Black Women’s Legislative Influence.” In Black Women in Leadership: Their Historical and Contemporary Contributions, eds. Dannielle J. Davis & Cassandra Chaney. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Junn, Jane and Nadia Brown. 2008. “What revolution? Incorporating intersectionality in womenand politics.” In Political Women and American Democracy, eds. Christina Wolbrecht, Karen Beckwith, and Lisa Baldez. New York: Cambridge University
“It’s Not Just Hair…And You Do Care: The Politics of Appearance for Black Women State Legislators.” Article Manuscript
“The Impact of Feminist Attitudes on the Relation between Racial Awareness and Racial Identity.” (with Kira Hudson Banks and Tracey Murray) Article Manuscript
“To Our Mutual Good: Embodying Black Feminism in A Black Male/Black Female Mentoring Relationship.” (with Jonathan C. Smith) Article Manuscript
“The Intersectionality of Race, Gender and Party: Examination of Bill Sponsorship in State Legislators.” (with Byron D’Andra Orey and Sharonda Wooford) Article Manuscript