Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Fellow, 2015-2016

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park

Teaching and Research Interests

  • American politics
  • race/ethnicity
  • gender
  • campaigns and elections
  • state politics

Courses Offered

  • POLS 140 American Politics
  • POLS 234 State and Local Internship Program
  • POLS 229 Women and Politics
  • POLS 246 Race, Ethnicity and American Politics
  • POLS 290 Campaign & Elections

Selected Publications


Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai. 2012. The Politics of Race in Latino Communities: Walking the Color Line. Routledge (Series on Identity Politics – Alvin Tillery, Series Editor).


Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai. 2012. "America's Shifting Color Line? Reexamining Determinants of Latino Racial Self Identification." Social Science Quarterly 93: 309-332.

Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai and Kathleen Dolan. 2010. "Race, Gender, and Symbolic Representation: African American Female Candidates as Mobilizing Agents." Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties 20: 473-494.

Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai. 2009. "The Hidden Politics of Identity: Racial Self Identification and Latino Political Engagement." Politics and Policy 37: 1281-1305.


Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai. Forthcoming 2013. "Race and Latino Public Opinion: Evidence from the 2006 Latino National Survey", in Tony Affigne, Evelyn Hu-DeHart, and Marion Orr, eds. En Ciencia Política: The Scientific Analysis of Latino Politics in the United States. New York University Press.

Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai. 2012. "Minority Candidates and the Changing Landscape of Campaigns." in Richard J. Semiatin, ed., Campaigns on the Cutting Edge, 2nd edition. CQ Press.


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