M.A. 1992 (International Affairs) Columbia University;
B.A. 1990 (Economics & Political Science) Yale University.
Areas of Research/Interest
Race and ethnicity, especially racial classification; multiracial population; demography; sociology of knowledge and science; immigration; economic sociology; qualitative methods; comparative-historical analysis.
Morning, Ann, Hannah Brückner, and Alondra Nelson. Forthcoming. "Socially Desirable Reporting and the Expression of Biological Concepts of Race." Du Bois Review 16(2).
Morning, Ann and Aliya Saperstein. 2018. "The Generational Locus of Multiraciality and Its Implications for Racial Self-Identification." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 677: 57-68.
Morning, Ann. 2017. “Kaleidoscope: Contested Identities and New Forms of Race Membership.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 41(6): 1-19.
Morning, Ann. 2017. “Race et génomique aux États-Unis.” Institut d’Études Politiques Dossiers du CERI web micro-symposium on “La question raciale aux États-Unis.”
Morning, Ann. 2014. “Does Genomics Challenge the Social Construction of Race?” Sociological Theory 32(3): 189-207.
Morning, Ann. 2014. “And You Thought We Had Moved Beyond All That: Biological Race Returns to the Social Sciences.” Guest editorial, Ethnic and Racial Studies 37(10): 1676-1685.
Gullickson, Aaron, and Ann Morning. 2011. “Choosing Race: Multiracial Ancestry and Identification.” Social Science Research 40: 498-512.
Morning, Ann. 2011. The Nature of Race: How Scientists Think and Teach about Human Difference. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Morning, Ann. 2018. “The Constructivist Concept of Race.” Pp. 50-61 in Von Vacano, Diego and Kazuko Suzuki, eds. Reconsidering Race: Social Science Perspectives on Racial Categories in the Age of Genomics. New York: Oxford University Press.
Morning, Ann. 2015. “Chapter 10: Race and Ethnicity” in Manza, Jeff, Richard Arum, and Lynne Haney, eds. The Sociology Project 2.0. Pearson Education.
Morning, Ann. 2012. “Multiraciality and Census Classification in Global Perspective.” Pp. 10-22 in Edwards, Rosalind, Suki Ali, Chamion Caballero, and Miri Song, eds., International Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Mixedness and Mixing. Routledge: London and New York.
Reprinted in King-O’Riain, Rebecca C., Stephen Small, Minelle Mahtani, Miri Song and Paul Spickard, eds. 2014. Global Mixed Race. New York: New York University Press. (Pp. 1-15)
Goldstein, Joshua R., and Ann J. Morning. 2002. "Back in the Box: The Dilemma of Using Multiple-Race Data for Single-Race Laws." Pp. 119-136 in The New Race Question: How the Census Counts Multiracial Individuals, edited by Joel Perlmann and Mary C. Waters. New York: Russell Sage Foundation and Levy Economics Institute.
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