Courses in Africana Studies and English include Race, Beauty, and Culture, Women and Literature, Race, Love, and Relationships, and Women, Race, Culture, and Education
Henry, Ronda, Morton, Crystal, Cannon, Mercedes. (edited volume in progress) (Re)membering All the Pieces: Establishing Sacred Sistah Circles as Spaces for Support, Encouragement, Nurturing, and Resistance for Black Women, Information Age Publishing.
Henry Anthony, Ronda (2021). Formalizing Black Othermothering Practices in the Academy: Establishing and Maintaining Nurturing and Supportive Mentoring Relationships With Black Students at Predominantly White Colleges and Universities. Black Mother Educators: Advancing Praxis for Access, Equity, and Achievement by Tambra O. Jackson. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 137-158.
Henry Anthony, Ronda, Robin Hughes, Lori Patton Davis. (2019). Black Women Intellectuals: Othering, Mothering, Resilience, and Madness. Queen Mothers: Articulating the Spirit of Black Women Teacher-Leaders by Rhonda Jeffries.
Henry Anthony, Ronda. (June 2013). Searching for the New Black Man: Black Masculinity and Women’s Bodies. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Henry Anthony, Ronda. (2009). Buddha and Christ in Darkwater and Dark Princess: The Gendered Politics of Pan-Africanism, Religion, and Power. The Souls of W.E.B. Du Bois. Eds. Jason R. Young and Edward J. Blum. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press. 254-75.
Chancellor’s Diversity Scholar Award in 2019 and the Outstanding Woman Faculty Leader Award in 2012
Educating and mentoring students of color at PWIs through non-traditional methods/methodologies, Creating culturally inclusive educational environments, Supporting wellness practices that center Black people and communities, Creating racially inclusive classroom practices, Programs and activities that center diversity, equity, and inclusion, American Literature/Studies, African American Literature, Gender Studies (both female and male), Caribbean Studies