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- Ph.D. - Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (Social Policy and Evaluation Research)
- B.A. - Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia (Sociology)
- Gender Studies
- Sociology of Higher Education
- Educational Policy
- Access and Equity
Davis, J. E., Dancy, T. E. (forthcoming, 2013). Manly deeds and scholarship: Strategies for the social and academic development of African American males. Alexandria, Virginia: Association for Curriculum and Supervision Development.
Dancy, T. E. & Davis, J. E. (In press). Don’t ask, don’t tell: African American males, identity politics, and intersections in educational research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.
Brown, M. C., Dancy, T. E., & Davis, J. E. (2012). Educating African American males: Contexts for consideration, possibilities for practice. New York: Peter Lang.
Davis, J. E. (2012). Negotiating masculinity in college: African American males and academic engagement. In M.C. Brown, T.E. Dancy, and J.E. Davis (Eds.), Educating African American males: Contexts for consideration, possibilities for practice (pp. 53-66). New York: Peter Lang.
Baldridge, B., Hill, M. L., & Davis, J.E. (2011). New possibilities: (re)engaging Black male youth within community-based educational spaces. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 14, 1, 121-136.
Davis, J. E. (2010). Uneasy Ties: Race and gender in urban education reform. In V.C. Polite and E. Zamani (Eds.), The State of African American Men in Michigan: A courageous conversation (pp. 145-164).East Lansing, MI: Michigan State Press.
Horvat, E. & Davis, J. E. (2010). Schools as sites for transformation: Exploring the contribution of habitus. Youth & Society, 43, 1, 142-170.
Joe, E. M. & Davis, J. E. (2010). Parental Influence, School Readiness and Early Academic Achievement of African American Boys. Journal of Negro Education, 78, 260-276.