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Extramural Awards

* 2015 American Sociological Association, Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, James E. Blackwell Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award

  • “‘I’m Principled Against Slavery, but …’: Colorblindness, Three-Fifths Debate, and the Racial Ideology Complex.”

* 2015 Society for the Study of Social Problems, Division on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Kimberlé Crenshaw Outstanding Article

  • “Discursive Colorlines at Work: How Epithets and Stereotypes are Racially Unequal.” (With David G. Embrick) 

* 2015 Society for the Study of Social Problems, Division on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Graduate Student Paper Competition: Honorable Mention

  • “Bursting Whose Bubble? The Racial Tax Consequences of Evaporated Home Value.”

* 2014 Association of Black Sociologists, Graduate Student Paper Competition: 1st Place

  • “Antiracist Allies or White Noise: Are White Working-Class Women Racial Progressives?” (With Leighton Kenji Vila and Louise Seamster)

* 2014 Mid-South Sociological Association, Graduate Paper of Distinction: 1st Place

  • “Antiracist Allies or White Noise: Are White Working-Class Women Racial Progressives?” (With Leighton Kenji Vila and Louise Seamster)

* 2014 Society for the Study of Social Problems, Division on Sociology and Social Welfare, Graduate Student Paper Competition: 1st Place

  • “Bursting Whose Bubble? The Racial Tax Consequences of Evaporated Home Value.”

* 2014 Southwestern Sociological Association, Distinguished Paper of the Year

  • “Discursive Colorlines at Work: How Epithets and Stereotypes are Racially Unequal.” (With David G. Embrick)

* 2014 Southwestern Sociological Association, Distinguished Doctoral Paper: 1st Place

  • “Bursting Whose Bubble? The Racial Tax Consequences of Evaporated Home Value.”

* 2014 Eastern Sociological Society, Candace Rogers Student Paper Award: Honorable Mention

  • “Bursting Whose Bubble? The Racial Tax Consequences of Evaporated Home Value.”

* 2013 Association for Humanist Sociology, Frank Lindenfeld Outstanding Student Paper Award: 1st Place

  • “Passing the Buck: Race and the Role of State Lotteries in America’s Changing Tax Composition.”

* 2013 Southwestern Sociological Association, Distinguished Doctoral Paper: 1st Place

  • “Celebrating a Return to Jim Crow? A Reflexive Analysis and Methodological Query on Measuring Segregation.” (With Bill Byrnes and Victoria Brockett)

* 2012 Association for Humanist Sociology,Outstanding Student Paper Award: Honorable Mention

  • “Counter-Revolutions in the Name of Emancipation: The Regressive Character of Racial and Gender Progress.” (With Victoria Brockett)

* 2012 Association of Black Sociologists, Graduate Student Paper Competition: 3rd Place

  • “Who Plays? Who Pays?: How the Illinois Lottery Taxes Race and Class Inequality.”

* 2012 Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change, National Civil Rights and Human Rights, Distinguished Doctoral Paper: 1st Place

  • “High Stakes Education Finance: How State-Sponsored Policy Reproduces Race and Class Inequality.”

* 2012 North Central Sociology Association, Graduate Student Paper Competition: 3rd Place

  • “High Stakes Education Finance: How State-Sponsored Policy Reproduces Race and Class Inequality.”

* 2009 SouthEastern Undergraduate Sociological Symposium, Undergraduate Paper Competition: 2nd Place

  • “The Soft Material Significance of Race: An Examination of White Stereotypes.”