Ray, Rashawn, Melissa Brown, Neil Fraistat, and Edward Summers. 2017. “Ferguson and the death of Michael Brown on Twitter BlackLivesMatter TCOT and the evolution of collective identities.”Ethnic and Racial Studies 1-17
Ray, Rashawn. 2017. “Black People Don’t Exercise in my Neighborhood: Perceived racial composition and leisure-time physical activity among middle class blacks and whites.” Social Science Research 1-16.
Ray, Rashawn, Dana R. Fisher, and Carley Fisher-Maltese. 2016. “SCHOOL GARDENS IN THE CITY: Does Environmental Equity Help Close the Achievement Gap?” Du Bois Review 13(2): 379– 395 .
Gilbert, Keon and Rashawn Ray. 2016. “Why Police Kill Black Males with Impunity: Applying Critical Race and Public Health Theory to Address Determinants of Policing Behaviors and the Justifiable Homicides of Black Men.” Journal of Urban Health 93(1): 122-140.
Gilbert, Keon, Rashawn Ray, Arjumand Siddiqi, Derek Griffith, Elizabeth Baker, Shivan Shetty, and Keith Elder. 2016. “Visible and Invisible Trends in African American Men’s Health: Pitfalls and Promises.” Annual Review of Public Health 37: 295-311.
Roberts, Jennifer Denise, Brandon Knight, Rashawn Ray, and Brian E Saelens. 2016. “Parental Perceived Built Environment Measures and Active Play in Washington DC Metropolitan Children.” Preventive Medicine Reports 3: 373-378.
Ray, Rashawn. 2015. “If Only He Didn’t Wear the Hoodie…” Selective Perception and Stereotype Maintenance.” Pp. 81-93 In Stephanie McClure and Cherise Harris (Eds), Getting Real about Race: Hoodies, Mascots, Model Minorities, and Other Conversations,. Los Angeles: Sage.
Parks, Gregory S., Shayne E. Jones, Rashawn Ray, Matthew W. Hughey, and *Jonathan M. Cox. 2015. “White Boys Drink, Black Girls Yell?: A Racialized and Gendered Analysis of Violent Hazing and the Law.” The Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice 18: 97-168.
Sewell, Abigail and Rashawn Ray. 2015 “A Place to Trust: Black Protestant Affiliation and Trust in Personal Physicians.” Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Vol 33: Education, Social Factors, and Health Beliefs in Health and Health Care Services: 229-249.
Zambrana Ruth Enid, Rashawn Ray, Corinne Castro, Michelle Espino, Beth Douthirt Cohen, Jennifer Eliason. 2015. “’Don’t Leave Us Behind’: The Importance of Mentoring for Underrepresented Minority Faculty.” American Education Research Journal 52(1): 40-72.
Ray, Rashawn. 2014. “An Intersectional Analysis to Explaining a Lack of Physical Activity Among Middle Class Black Women.” Sociology Compass 8(6): 7870- 791.
Hunt, Matthew and Rashawn Ray. 2012. “Black Americans Social Class Identifications: Trends and Determinants, 1974-2010.” American Behavioral Scientist 56: 1462- 1480.
Noy, Shiri and Rashawn Ray. 2012. “Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Their Advisors: Is There Systematic Disadvantage in Mentorship?” Journal of Higher Education 83: 876-914.
Ray, Rashawn. 2012. “Sophisticated Practitioners: Black Fraternity Men’s Treatment of Women.” Journal of African American Studies, Special Issue on Black Fraternal Organizations 16: 638-657.
Ray, Rashawn and Jason A. Rosow. 2012. “Two Different Worlds of Black and White Fraternity Men: Visibility and Accountability as Mechanisms of Privilege.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 41: 66-95.
Ray, Rashawn and Jason Rosow. 2010. “Getting Off and Getting Intimate: How Normative Institutional Arrangements Structure Black and White Fraternity Men’s Approaches towards Women.” Men and Masculinities 12: 523-546.
Ray, Rashawn (Ed.). 2010. Race and Ethnic Relations in the 21st Century: History, Theory,Institutions, and Policy. Cognella: San Diego.