About me

If you have found your way here online, you may be interested to know that I have recently taken up a new post at Northwestern University, where I am Associate Professor of Sociology and a Faculty Fellow at the Institute for Policy Research. I was formerly Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Michigan.

Of course, there's more than a pretty good chance that this is something that you don't care a whit to know!

Whatever the case, this is my temporary home page. Until I am able to construct a more comprehensive one, this is where you can find information about my research and publications.

E-mail is the best way to reach me.

My e-mail address is {myfirstname}-{mylastname}@northwestern.edu.

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Research

Anthony S. Chen. The Fifth Freedom: Jobs, Politics, and Civil Rights in the United States, 1941-1972 (Princeton, 2009).

Anthony S. Chen and Margaret Weir. “The Long Shadow of the Past: Risk Pooling and the Political Development of State Health Care Reform.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 34 (2009): 675-712.

Anthony S. Chen, Robert W. Mickey, and Robert P. Van Houweling. “Explaining the Contemporary Alignment of Race and Party: Evidence from California’s 1946 Ballot Initiative on Fair Employment.” Studies in American Political Development 22 (2008): 204-28.

Anthony S. Chen. “The Party of Lincoln and the Politics of State Fair Employment Legislation in the North, 1945-1964.” American Journal of Sociology 112 (2007): 1713-1774.

Anthony S. Chen. “’The Hitlerian Rule of Quotas’: Racial Conservatism and the Politics of Fair Employment Legislation in New York State, 1941-1945.” Journal of American History 92 (2006): 1238-64.

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