Curriculum Vitae

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Tony E. Carey, Jr.

Academic Appointments
2010-Present   Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, Political Science
2009-2010       Instructor, University of North Texas, Political Science

Education
Stony Brook University (SUNY)
2010   Ph.D.,  Political Science

Vanderbilt University
2001   B.A.,   Political Science and Philosophy, cum laude and Honors in Philosophy

Awards, Grants, and Fellowships
2015    Scholarly and Creativity Award (SCA), University of North Texas, College of Arts and Sciences, Race, Religion and Policy Preferences, $4,600.

2012   Junior Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, University of North Texas- $5,000.

2011   Center for Immigration Studies, University of North Texas, Grant for Computer Software to Conduct Content Analysis (with Regina Branton, Valerie Martinez-Ebers and Tetsuya Matsuyabashi)- $3,000.

2011  Center for Spanish-Language Media, University of North Texas, Grant for Computer Software to Conduct Content Analysis (with Regina Branton, Valerie Martinez-Ebers and Tetsuya Matsuyabashi)- $2,500.

2003-9  W. Burghardt Turner Graduate Fellowship, Stony Brook University (deferred from 2007-8)- $17,000 annually.

2007-8  Erskine A. Peters Dissertation Fellowship, University of Notre Dame-$25,000.

2007   Dissertation Research Grant, The Research Foundation, Stony Brook University- $1,000.

2000   Pi Sigma Alpha (political science honorary), American Political Science Association

Peer-Reviewed Publications
Tony E. Carey Jr., Valerie Martinez-Ebers, Tetsuya Matsubayashi, and Phil Paolino. 2016 “Eres Amigo o Enemigo?: Contextual Determinants of Latinos’ Perceived Group Competition with African Americans.” Urban Affairs Review. 

Regina Branton, Tony E. Carey Jr., Valerie Martinez-Ebers, and Tetsuya Matsubayashi. 2015. “Social Protest and Policy Attitudes: The Case of the 2006 Immigrant Rallies.” American Journal of Political Science. 59(2): 390-402.

Tony E. Carey Jr., Regina Branton, and Valerie Martinez-Ebers. 2014. “The Influence of Social Protest on Issue Salience among Latinos. Political Research Quarterly 67(3): 615-27.

Tony E. Carey Jr., Tetsuya Matsubayashi, Regina Branton, and Valerie Martinez-Ebers.  2013. “The Determinants and Political Consequences of Latinos’ Perceived Intra-group Competition.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. 1(3):311-328. Download PDF Version

Tony E. Carey Jr. 2013. “The Dimensionality of Black Nationalism and African-American Political Participation.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. 1(1): 65-87. Download PDF Version

Leonie Huddy and Tony E. Carey Jr. 2009. “Group Politics Redux: Race and Gender in the 2008 Democratic Presidential Primaries.” Politics and Gender 5:81-96. Download PDF Version

Manuscripts Under Review
“Political Experience and the Intersection between Race and Gender.”(with Mary-Kate Lizotte)- Invited to revise and resubmit

Recent Conference Presentations
“Race, Religion and Redistribution” (with Valerie Martinez-Ebers) American Political Science Association; Seattle, WA; September 3, 2015.

“The Politics of Race and Religion” (with Valerie Martinez-Ebers) Western Political Science Association; Las Vegas, NV; April 3, 2015.

“Political Experience and the Intersection between Race and Gender.” (with Mary-Kate Lizotte) National Conference of Black Political Scientists; Wilmington, DE; March 15, 2014.

“Politics in Black and Brown: Elite Group Cues and Black-Latino Electoral Alliances.”  prepared for Midwest Political Science Association; Chicago, IL; April 11, 2013.

Influencing Latino Public Opinion: English vs. Spanish Language Media: (with Regina Branton, Valerie Martinez-Ebers, and Tetsuya Matsubayashi), Midwest Political Science Association: Chicago, IL; April 12, 2012.

Do You Prefer Spanish or English? Examining the Effects of Spanish versus English Media on Latino Policy Preferences. (Regina Branton, Valerie Martinez-Ebers, and Tetsuya Matsubayashi) Western Political Science Association; Portland, OR; March 23, 2012.

Like Crabs in a Bucket: The Determinants of Latinos’ Perceived Intra-group Competition (with Tetsuya Matsubayashi, Regina Branton, Valerie Martinez-Ebers). American Political Science Association:Seattle, Washington; September 2, 2011.

Invited Presentations and Panel Participation
Panelist, “The Power of Journalism.”, National Association of Black Journalists., University of North Texas, Denton, TX, October 8, 2014.

Panelist, “Who Are You With?: The Political Impact of Political Affiliation on the Black Community.” Urban League of Dallas Young Professionals, Dallas, TX, May 30, 2013.

Presenter, “Racial and Ethnic Politics in the 2012 Presidential Election”, Public Relations Society of America in Fort Worth, TX, November 14, 2012.

Presenter, “UNT Speaks Out on the Republican Presidential Primaries.”, University of North Texas Libraries, April 24, 2012.

Panelist, “Transforming Women’s Minds”, Never Be A Stupid Girl student group, University of North Texas, October 10, 2011.

Panelist
, “Black in America”, University Programming Council, University of North Texas, February 23, 2011.

Panelist, “Redefining (Black) America: Socioeconomic Variance in the Black Community, University of Notre Dame, March 13, 2008.

Panelist, “Valuable Tips for Graduate Students Themselves.”, CUNY-SUNY Summer Interns Graduate School Workshop, CUNY-Graduate Center, July 16, 2007.

Presenter, “African Americans and Political Science.” 20th Anniversary Celebration of the W. Burghardt Turner Graduate Fellowship. Stony Brook University, May 15, 2007.

Professional Service
Manuscript Reviewer: American Journal of Political ScienceAmerican Political Science Review; American Politics Research; Electoral Studies; Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion; Journal of Experimental Political Science; Journal of Politics; Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy; National Science Foundation, Political Behavior; Political Psychology; Political Research Quarterly; Politics and Policy; Politics, Groups, and Identities 

Professional Associations:
American Political Science Association
International Society of Political Psychology
Midwest Political Science Association
National Conference of Black Political Scientists
Western Political Science Association

Section Chair, Public Opinion and Political Psychology, Western Political Science Association, 2015.

Section Chair, Public Opinion and Political Participation, National Conference of Black Political Scientists, 2014.

Member, Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession, Western Political Science Association, 2013-2016.

Departmental Service
University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Racial and Ethnic Politics/American Politics/Comparative Politics Search Committee, 2015

University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Library Committee, 2009-2014, 2015-present

University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Undergraduate Studies Committee, 2014-Present

University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Executive Committee, 2011-2012, 2014-2015

University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Martin Colloquium Committee, 2012-2013

University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Grader for American Politics Comprehensive Exam, 2010

University of North Texas, Department of Political Science, Search Committee in American Indian Politics, 2009

University Service
University of North Texas
Faculty Ambassador; University Relations, Communications, and Marketing; 2010-Present

Stony Brook Univesity
W. Burghardt Turner Fellowship Advisory Committee, 2004-2006

W.Burghardt Turner Fellowship Liaison, Summer 2005

Activities Coordinator, Alliance of Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP), Summer 2004