Dr. Anthony’s primary areas of interest include social inequalities, culture and consumption, identities, and social psychology. Her teaching interests include theory, sex and gender, pop culture, and race and ethnicity. A few of her current projects include inequalities in market representations of “authenticity” and identity negotiation by marginalized groups.
Dr. Anthony received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Florida State University in 2011. She also received her M.A. in Sociology from FSU in 2009. Her B.A. in Sociology was earned at Appalachian State University in 2007.
Culture and Consumption
Not teaching this fall
RIA Awardees The University of Central Florida Research Incentive Awards (RIA) program supports outstanding research, scholarly and creative activity that advances the body of knowledge in a particular field, i... Read more
Assistant Professor in the UCF Department of Sociology Amanda Anthony, Ph.D., had her diverse research published in three articles throughout 2016. In March, 2016, her paper titled ‘When Beauty Brings Out the... Read more
In the 1950s, a group of African-American artists broke the conventional mold by selling paintings during a time marked with extreme discrimination and financial hardships. Amanda Anthony, Ph.D., assistant p... Read more