Beaulieu, Emily, Amber E. Boydstun, Nadia E. Brown, Kim Yi Dionne, Andra Gillespie, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Melissa R. Michelson, Kathleen Searless, and Christina Wolbrecht. 2017. “Women Also Know Stuff: Meta-Level Mentoring to Battle Gender Bias in Political Science.” PS: Political Science & Politics 50(3): 779-783.
Minta, Michael and Nadia E. Brown. 2014. “Intersecting Interests: Gender, Race and Congressional Attention to Women’s Issues.” Du Bois Review. 11 (2): 253-272.
Brown, Nadia E. 2014. “Political Participation of Women of Color: An Intersectional Analysis.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 35 (4): 315–48.
Brown, Nadia. 2014. “It’s More Than Hair…And You Do Care: The Politics of Appearance for Black Women State Legislators.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. 2(3), 295-312.
Brown, Nadia, and Kira Hudson Banks. 2014. “Black Women’s Agenda Setting in the Maryland State Legislature.” Journal of African American Studies, 18(2), 164-180.
Brown, Nadia. 2012. “Negotiating the Insider/Outsider Status: Black Feminist Ethnography and Legislative Studies.” Journal of Feminist Scholarship. 3, 19 -39.
S Edited Volumes
Brown, Nadia E., and Sarah Allen Gershon, (Eds.). 2016. Distinct Identities: Minority Women in U.S. Politics. London, UK: Routledge.
- Reviewed in: Journal of Politics, by Tony E. Carey Jr.
Brown, Nadia E., and Sarah Allen Gershon, (Eds.). 2019. Body Politics. London, UK: Routledge.
Brown, Nadia E. (Ed). 2020. Me Too Political Science. London, UK: Routledge.
Brown, Nadia E., Ray Block, Jr. and Christopher Stout (Eds). Forthcoming. The Politics of Protest: Readings on the Black Lives Matter Movement. London, UK: Routledge.
Selected Book Chapters
Brown, Nadia E., and Guillermo Caballero, Fernando Tormos, Allison Wong, Sharonda Woodford. 2018. “Black Women Lawmakers and 2nd Wave Feminism: An Intersectional Analysis on Generational Cohorts within Southern State Legislatures from 1990-2014.” In 18 Million Cracks: The Legacy on Second-Wave Feminism In American Politics, eds. Angie Maxwell and Todd Shields. Pp. 179-204. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Brown, Nadia E. and Sarah Allen Gershon. 2016. “Race, Gender and Symbolic Representation: A Study of the violence Against Women Reauthorization Act.” In Extending the C-SPAN Archives: Continuing the Research, ed. Robert X. Browning. Purdue University Press.
Brown, Nadia E., Michael Minta and Valeria Sinclair-Chapman. 2015. “Personal Narratives and Representation Strategies: Using C-Span Oral Histories to Examine Key Concepts in Minority Representation.” In Exploring the C-SPAN Archives: Advancing the Research Agenda, ed. Robert X. Browning. Purdue University Press.
Brown, Nadia. 2013. “Black Women’s Legislative Influence.” In Black Women in Leadership: Their Historical and Contemporary Contributions, eds. Dannielle J. Davis & Cassandra Chaney. (pp. 7-24). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Selected Book Reviews
Brown, Nadia E. 2019. “Multiracial Identity and Racial Politics in the United States. By Natalie Masuoka. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.” Perspectives on Politics 17(2): 568–69.
Brown, Nadia E. 2018. “Hardy-Fanta, Carol, Pei-Te Lien, Dianne Pinderhughes, and Christine Marie Sierra. 2016. Contested Transformations: Race, Gender, and Political Leadership in 21st Century America, Cambridge University Press.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 39(3): 399–401. https://doi.org/10.1080/1554477X.2018.1477366.
Scott, Jamil S. and Nadia E. Brown. 2016. “Scholarship on #BlackLivesMatter & Its Implications on Local Electoral Politics.” Politics, Groups, and Identities.4(4), 702-708.
Selected Public Scholarship
“Here’s how to teach Black Lives Matter: We’ve developed a short course” WashingtonPost.com Monkey Cage. Nadia E. Brown, Ray Block, Jr., and Christopher Stout. June 11, 2020
“How the #MeTooPoliSci Collective is making a difference in political science” WashingtonPost.com Monkey Cage. Nadia E Brown. August 30, 2019
“Virginia Democrats’ political problems show us why intersectionality is so important” Washington Post. Nadia E. Brown, Melissa R. Michelson, Libby Sharrow, and Dara Strolovitch. March 4, 2019.
“Do not remove the kinks from your hair – remove them from your brain: Electing Black Women Requires Intra-Racial Coalitions Too.” Black Women’s PAC, Texas November 4, 2019.
“Making Black Women, Not Girls, Magic?” Ozy.com Nadia E. Brown and Aria S. Halliday. October 10, 2018.
“Experts Weigh In: Women Also Know Stuff.” Huffington Post. Emily Beaulieu, Amber Boydstun, Nadia Brown, Kim Yi Dionne, Andra Gillespie, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Melissa Michelson, Kathleen Searles, and Christina Wolbrecht. March 8, 2016.
“Here’s a list of smart women political scientists. They know stuff too.” WashingtonPost.com Monkey Cage. Emily Beaulieu, Amber Boydstun, Nadia Brown, Kim Yi Dionne, Andra Gillespie, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Melissa Michelson, Kathleen Searles, and Christina Wolbrecht. February 11, 2016.