Faculty & Staff

Jeneve R. Brooks, Ph.D

Jeneve R. Brooks, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Chair, Dothan Campus

Troy University
Dothan, AL 36304
Adams Bldg. 400I
Telephone: 1-334-983-6556-1394



PhD, Fordham University, Sociology
MS, Hunter College, Social Research
BS, Cornell University, Human Service Studies

Areas of Expertise:

Peace Movement Mobilization, Race Relations/Inequality, Protest Music, Mass Media/Political Popular Culture


Dr. Brooks started at Troy University in 2010.  Her research interests examine peace movement mobilization through protest music, race relations, political psychology, and mass media/popular culture.  She organizes Dialogues on Race Relations events which have brought together law enforcement, politicians, clergy, activists, and community members to discuss the growing concerns over the racial divide, both nationally and locally.

In addition, Jeneve was a co-founder/organizer of the Wiregrass Blues Fest and leads the Troy-Dothan Community Engagement Team. She was a recipient of the Troy-Dothan Faculty Excellence Award and the City of Dothan's Award for Service and Excellence.

Courses Taught at TROY:

Introduction to Sociology, Social Change,
Peace, Conflict and Human Rights,
Popular Culture and Mass Media,
Urban Sociology