Publications

Manifestations of athletic identity in Black male collegiate student-athletes: Introduction of a framework

Howe, J. E. (2020)

Howe, J. E. (2020, August 27)

Reconceptualizing sport protests: The (counter)story of Black college football coaches

Howe, J. E. (in press)

“Feelings that others won’t necessarily have”: Experiences of Black athletic administrators navigating the collegiate athletic setting

Howe, J. E. & Rockhill, C. A. (2020)

Phenomenological Study on the Racialized Experiences of African American Assistant Collegiate Football Coaches

Howe, J. E. (2018)

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Academic Presentations

 

Rockhill, C. A. & Howe, J. E. (2020, May). Statements vs. reality: Examining racial diversity within Division I college athletics. Presented at the meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management via Zoom.

Howe, J. E. (2020, January). Impact of coaching transitions on the Black student-athlete. Presented at the Black Student Athlete Summit, Austin, TX.

Howe, J. E. (2019, November). #Reclaimingourtime: Counternarratives of Black collegiate football coaches. Presented at the meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Virginia Beach, VA.

Howe, J. E. & Rockhill, C. A. (2019, April). “Comfortable in your own skin”: Experiences of Black athletic directors. Presented at the meeting of the College Sport Research Institute, Columbia, SC.

Howe, J. E. (2018, November). Tupac vs. Eminem: Effects of race on coach-athlete relationship. Presented at the meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Vancouver, B.C.

Howe, J. E. (2018, April). Few and far between: A discussion of the dearth of African American assistant football coaches at the FBS level. Presented at the meeting of the College Sport Research Institute, Columbia, SC.

Howe, J. E. (2018, January). Experiences of African American assistant collegiate football coaches. Presented at the Black Student Athlete Summit, Austin, TX.

Howe, J. E. & Kelly, D. (2017, April). Diversifying the sport management discipline by engaging and recruiting the Black student-athlete. Presented at the meeting of the College Sport Research Institute, Columbia, SC.

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