“Transparency, Consumers and the Pursuit of an Open Internet: A Critical Appraisal,” (with Jeremy Carp and Isabella Kulkarni), Regulating the Web: Network Neutrality and the Fate of the Open Internet, Zachary Stiegler, ed. (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013)
Privileging the Press: Confidential Sources, Journalism Ethics and the First Amendment, by Jason M. Shepard (El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly Publishing, 2011) (August 2013) (with Bess Boever).
Andrew Latham and James Christenson (’11), “Historicising The ‘New Wars’: The Case Of Jihad In The Early Years Of Islam,” European Journal of International Relations (vol. 19, no. 2 (June 2013).
Andrew Latham and Kabir Sethi (’09), “The Transformation of War” in Craig Snyder (ed), Contemporary Security and Strategy, 3e (London: Palgrave, 2012).
Andrew Latham and Jeremy Carp (’12), a review of the book On China, by Henry Kissinger, in Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2012).
Andrew Latham and Elijah Wohl (’15), “The Tyranny of a Construct: ‘Heteronomy’ in Constructivist Accounts of the Medieval World Order”, presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association (2015).
Alice Briney-Rockswold ('15) and Lesley Lavery, "Public Education" Under review for The Encyclopedia of American Governance.
Frank Adler and Davide Gondolfi, special issue of TELOS on Italian Jews and Fascism. David is translating two essays from Italian to English.
Andrew Latham and Jake Waxman (’14), review of Andrew Phillips, War, Religion and Empire. [submission planned to Cambridge Journal of International Affairs, an IR journal].
Andrew Latham and Evan Anderson (’13), “Heteronomy and Other Myths: The Middle Ages in IR Theory”. [submission planned to International Politics, an IR journal]
Andrew Latham and Michael Freedman (’11), “Righteous War, Righteous Peace: Warfare, Chinese Strategic Culture, and Confucian Narratives of Global Political Harmony”. [based on Freedman’s Honors project; submission planed to Critical Asian Studies, an Asian studies journal.]
Andrew Latham and Lewis Wilcox (’12), “The Fundamental Institutions of the Later Medieval International System: Law, Diplomacy, Mediation and War” [a Keck SFSR project funded for Summer 2011].
Andrew Latham, James Christenson (’11) and Matthew Dickey (’11), “The Transformation of Organized Political Violence: Toward a Second Generation of New Wars Theorizing”, [currently working on revising and resubmitting for European Journal of International Relations].
John Wang and David Blaney, “Resistance and Late-Modernity: Reconsidering Polanyi’s Countermovement,” Mellon Curricular Pathways, Student-Faculty Summer Research Collaboration Award, Summer 2011. Paper to be presented at ISA Northeast, Baltimore, MD, November 2011.
Becca Sheff and David Blaney, “Embedded Remittances: The Transnational Social Space of Moridyya Development Strategies” [based on Sheff’s Honors project; submission planed to Ufahamu, an Africa studies journal.
Julie Dolan and Matthew Mullarky (‘12), “Madam Secretary: Gender, Media Narratives, and Power in the Executive Branch” (a SFSR project funded for Summer 2011).
Julie Dolan and POLI 269 Class (fall 2005). “Research Methods in Action: Using Exit Polling to Teach Research Methods to Undergraduates.” Paper written collaboratively with Fall 2005 Empirical Research Methods course. Currently under revise and resubmit at the Journal of Political Science Education.
IndiAna Gowland (‘12) and Patrick Schmidt, “Agatha Christie” in A Social History of Crime and Punishment in America, Wilbur Miller and J. Geoffrey Golson, eds., (Sage Publications, forthcoming 2012).
Samuel Brier (‘13) and Patrick Schmidt, “Jeffrey Dahmer” in Miller and Golson (2012).
Joseph Lalli (‘12) and Patrick Schmidt, “U.S. v. Nixon” in Miller and Golson (2012).
Andrew Latham and Kabir Sethi (’09), “The Transformation of War” in Craig Snyder (ed), Contemporary Security and Strategy (London: Palgrave, 2012).
Taren Kingser (‘11) and Patrick Schmidt, “Business in the Bulls-Eye: Target Corp. and the Limits of Campaign Finance Disclosure”, under review, Election Law Journal.
Caroline Ettinger (‘09) and Patrick Schmidt, “Drug Courts” in Encyclopedia of American Law and Criminal Justice, David Schultz, ed., (Facts on File, Inc., 2011).
Clare Ryan (‘08) and Patrick Schmidt, “Juvenile Justice,” “Juvenile Offenders,” and “Minimum Age to be Tried as an Adult,” in Encyclopedia of American Law and Criminal Justice, David Schultz, ed., (Facts on File, Inc., 2011).
Emily Hedin (‘07) and Paul Dosh. “Development with Dignity: Partnership, Space, and Empowerment in Bolivia and Peru,” paper presented at the International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (Toronto, 2010).
Emily Hedin (‘07) and Paul Dosh. “Building Dignity: From Scholarship to Activism,” guest lecture, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Women’s and Gender Studies Program (2010).
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Women’s Voices on the Executive Council: Popular Organizations and Resource Battles in Bolivia and Ecuador,” Latin American Perspectives 37, 4 (July 2010): 214-237.
Paul Dosh, Nicole Kligerman (‘10), James Lerager, and Jesús Valencia. “Portraits of Leadership: Women and Resource Battles in Bolivia and Ecuador,” Documentary Photography & Research Project (October 2010). Available at webphotoessay.com.
Patrick Schmidt, Zac Farber (‘10), Hannah Johnson (‘11) and Robert Woo (‘12), “Sustaining Transparency?: Journalists, Government Officials, and the Minnesota Data Practices Act” 6(1) Open Government (2010). Recipient of 2010 Essay Prize from Open Government (Canadian $500 award).
Binner Ozkececi-Taner Westenley Alcenat (‘10) “Potential Roles for Turkey as a Rising Regional Actor in Eurasia” Insight Turkey Vol.12/No.3/2010 page 237-253
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Presence, Status, Respect, Voice: Gender Dynamics and Anti-Privatization Movements in Bolivia and Ecuador,” paper presented at the International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (Rio de Janeiro, 2009).
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Correa vs. Social Movements: Showdown in Ecuador,” NACLA Report on the Americas 42, 5 (September 2009): 21-24.
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Correa vs. Movimientos Sociales: Conflicto en Ecuador,” translated by César Flores, NACLA Report on the Americas 42, 5 (September 2009). Available at nacla.org/node/6319.
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Under Fire: Ecuador’s Acción Ecológica,” NACLA Report on the Americas 42, 5 (September 2009). Available at nacla.org/node/6095.
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Bajo Fuego: Acción Ecológica de Ecuador,” translated by César Flores, NACLA Report on the Americas 42, 5 (September 2009). Available at nacla.org/node/6318.
Patrick Schmidt and Clare Ryan (‘08), Book Review of: Judging Mohammed: Juvenile Delinquency, Immigration, and Exclusion at the Paris Palace of Justice, by Susan J. Terrio (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009), in Law and Politics Book Review (July 2009).
Patrick Schmidt and Cali Cope-Kasten (‘11) Book Review of: Philadelphia Freedom: Memoir of a Civil Rights Lawyer, by David Kairys (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2008), in Law and Politics Book Review (February 2009).
Patrick Schmidt and Hopi Costello (‘10), “Becoming the Four Horsemen: Regimes, Reputations and the Post-New Deal Construction of Conservative Jurisprudence,” presented to the Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Denver, CO, May 29, 2009.
Paul Dosh and Annie Virnig (‘09). Book review of Shining Path: Guerrilla War in Peru’s Northern Highlands, 1980-1997, by Lewis Taylor (Liverpool, 2006), Latin American Politics and Society 50, 2 (May 2008): 212-216.
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Women on the Frontlines: Popular Movements, Resource Wars, and Gender Dynamics in Bolivia and Ecuador,” paper presented at the meeting of the North Central Council of Latin Americanists (University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, 2008).
Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman (‘10). “Equal Footing: Collaboration at 13,000 Feet,” a faculty-student research and travel blog, available at equalfooting.blogspot.com. Fifteen posts were published by the Daily Planet in 2008.
Nicole Kligerman (‘10) and Paul Dosh. “Women on the Frontlines: Anti-Privatization Battles in Bolivia and Ecuador,” Pi Sigma Alpha lecture (2008).
Andrew Latham, Paul Vasey (‘09), Kabir Sethi (‘09), and Johan Lorenzen (‘09), War and World Order Transformation: A Book Prospectus. Submitted to Palgrave in 2009. I am currently working on this monograph.
Julie Dolan and Phil Chen (‘06). “She Can’t Say That, Can She?! Campaign Slogans Used by Women Running for Congress in 2004.” Paper presented at the 2006 meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, GA, January 5th-7th.
Paul Dosh and Natalia Espejo (‘07). “Killer Coke in Latin America Revisited: A Consumer Report,” The Macalester Weekly 98, 14 (18 February 2005): 15.
Natalia Espejo (‘07) and Paul Dosh. “Quality Control: Socially Responsible Investing at Macalester,” The Macalester Weekly 98, 22 (22 April 2005): 14.
Trudy Rebert and David Blaney, “Measuring Poverty,” funded by grant for case development for Quantitative Methods for Public Policy Analysis.
Milla Vidina and David Blaney, collaborative development of courses materials for POLI 320 Global Political Economy on poverty and property rights [also part of preparation for Milla’s Honors project]
Julie Dolan and Jonathan Kropf (‘03), collaborative work on two chapters of Women and Politics: Paths to Power and Political Influence, published in 2006 with Prentice Hall.
Julie Dolan and Jonathan Kropf (‘03). “Credit Claiming from the U.S. House: Gendered Communication Styles?” Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 9(1): 41-59.
Julie Dolan and Jonathan Kropf (‘03). “Credit Claiming from the US House: Gendered Communication Styles?” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 3-6, 2003.
Andrew Latham and Ben Straus (‘03), “Preventing the Weaponization of Space: Toward a Canadian Action Plan”, a major policy relevant research report, submitted to the International Security Research and Outreach Programme, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, August 2002.
Andrew Latham ,Tyler Beckelman (’04), Anita Girdhari (’04) and Beth Neitzel (‘04), “An Overview of Multilateral Small Arms/Light Weapons Programme Funding: Options and Opportunities For Canada’, a major policy relevant research report for the International Security Research and Outreach Programme, Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade DFAIT, March 2002.