Jen'nan Read

Associate Professor of Sociology

External Address: 
265 Sociology/psychology Bld, Box 90088, Durham, NC 27708
(919) 660-5768

Read, J. "To Veil or Not to Veil: A Case Study of Identity Negotiation among Muslim Women Living in Austin, Texas." Gender Through the Prism of Difference. Ed. MB Zinn, P Hondagneu-Sotelo, and M Messner. Oxford University Press, 2008.

Read, JNG. "North American Islam." Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion. Ed. R Wuthnow. CQ Press, 2008.

Read, JNG. "The Gender Gap in Arab-American Political Engagement." American Arabs and Political Participation. Ed. P Strum. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2008.


Read, J. "Intersecting Identities as a Source of Religious Incongruence." American Sociological Association (2010).

Read, J. "Healthy Migrants or Just Healthy Men?." Population Association of America (2010).

Read, JNG, and Gorman, BK. "Gender and U.S. Health Inequality." Annual Review of Sociology 36 (2010): 371-386. (Academic Article)

Gorman, BK, Read, JNG, and Krueger, P. "Gender, Acculturation and Health among Mexican American Immigrants." Journal of Health & Social Behavior 51 (2010): 440-457. (Academic Article)

Read, JNG, and Eagle, D. "Intersecting Identities as a Source of Religious Incongruence." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (2010). (Academic Article)

Read, JNG, and Oselin, S. "Gender and the Education-Employment Paradox in Ethnic and Religious Contexts: The Case of Arab Americans." American Sociological Review 73 (April 2008): 296-313. (Academic Article)

Read, JNG. "Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Among Second Generation Youth in Montreal by Paul Eid." American Journal of Sociology 114 (2008). (Academic Article)

Read, J. "The Changing Face of Americans: Gender and the Health Policy Implications of." American Sociological Association (2008).

Read, JNG. "Faith, Fact, and Fiction: What Muslim Americans Really Mean for U.S. Democracy." Contexts 7 (2008): 39-43. (Academic Article)

Gorman, BK, and Read, JNG. "Why Men Die Younger than Women." Geriatrics & Aging 10 (March 2007): 179-182. (Academic Article)