Solo Publications/Publications with other Graduate Students


Senters Piazza, Kelly and Gustavo Diaz. 2020. Light in the Midst of Chaos: COVID-19 and Female Political Representation. World Development 136 (December).


Uhall, Michael. 2019. The End of the Affair with Life: Political Theory and the Corpse. Critical Horizons 20, 4: 350-65.


Schneider, Rodrigo and Kelly Senters. 2018. Winners and Losers of the Ballot: A Study of the Effects of Electronic and Traditional Paper Ballot Voting Systems in Brazil. Latin American Politics and Society 60, 2 (summer): 41-60.


Kantack, Benjamin R. 2017. Fusion and Electoral Performance in New York Congressional Elections. Political Research Quarterly 70, 2 (June): 291-300. DOI: 10.1177/1065912916689823


Uhall, Michael. 2016. Creaturely Conditions: Acknowledgment and Animality in Kafka, Cavell, and Uexkull. Configurations 24, 1 (Winter): 1-24.


Baser, Ekrem T. 2015. Shift-of-axis in Turkish Foreign Policy: Turkish National Role Conceptions Before and During AKP Rule. Turkish Studies 16, 3: 291-309. 

Powers, Matthew, Bryce W. Reeder, and Ashly Adam Townsen. 2015. Hot Spot Peacekeeping. International Studies Review 17, 1 (March): 46-66.


Reeder, Bryce W. 2014. Civil War and the Severity of Militarized Interstate Disputes. Research and Politics 1, 3 (October-December).

Reeder, Bryce W. and Matthew R. Reeder. 2014. Political Violence, Interstate Rivalry, and the Diffusion of Public Health Crises. Social Science Quarterly 95, 4 (December): 1101-1120.

Testa, Paul F., Matthew V. Hibbing, and Melinda Ritchie. 2014. Orientations Toward Conflict and Conditional Effects of Political Disagreement. Journal of Politics 76, 3 (June): 770-785.

Townsen, Ashly Adam and Bryce W. Reeder. 2014. Where Do Peacekeepers Go When They Go?: Explaining the Spatial Heterogeneity of Peacekeeping Deployments. Journal of International Peacekeeping 18, 1: 69–91.


Li, Xiaoting. 2013. The Taming of the Red Dragon: The Militarized Worldview and China's Use of Force, 1949-2001. Foreign Policy Analysis 9, 4 (October): 387-407. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-8594.2012.00193.x)


Owsiak, Andrew P. 2012. Signing Up for Peace: International Boundary Agreements, Democracy, and Militarized Interstate Conflict. International Studies Quarterly 56, 1 (March): 51–66.


Blount, Justin. 2011. Popular Participation in the Constitutional Design Process. In R. Dixon and T. Ginsburg, eds., Research Handbook in Comparative Constitutional Law. New York, NY: Edward Elgar.

Wals, Sergio. 2011. Does What Happens in Los Mochis Stay in Los Mochis? Explaining Post-Migration Political Behavior. Political Research Quarterly 64, 3 (September): 600–611.


Kim, Dongsuk. 2010. What Makes State Leaders Brutal? Examining Grievances and Mass Killing during Civil War. Civil Wars 12, 3 (September): 237–260.

Pemstein, DanielStephen Meserve, and James Melton. 2010. Democratic Compromise: A Latent Variable Analysis of Ten Measures of Regime Type. Political Analysis 18, 4 (Autumn): 426-449.


Rider, Toby J. 2009. Understanding Arms Race Onset: Rivalry, Threat, and Territorial Competition. Journal of Politics 71, 2 (April): 693-703.


Balas, Alexandru. 2008. Muslims in EuropeThe European Union Solving Social Problems. Iasi: Editura Lumen.


Edwards, Scott and Michael G. Findley. 2007. Accounting for the Unaccounted: Weak-Actor Social Structure in Asymmetric Wars. International Studies Quarterly 51, 3 (September): 583-606.

Shou, Huisheng. 2007. Nationalism and Political Support in Reforming China. In Sujan Guo and Baogang Guo, eds., Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 15-32.


Findley, Michael G. and Tze Kwang Teo. 2006. Rethinking Third Party Interventions into Civil Wars:  An Actor-Centric Approach. Journal of Politics 68, 4 (November): 828-837.

Lewkowicz, Michael A. 2006. The Effectiveness of Elite Cues as Heuristics in Proposition Elections. American Politics Research 34, 1 (January):  51-68.

Shou, Huisheng.  2006. Nationalism and State Legitimacy in Contemporary China. Journal of Washington Institute of China Studies 2, 1 (Fall).

Teo, Tze Kwang. 2005. Review of Event History Modeling: A Guide for Social Scientists (by Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier and Bradford S. Jones). The Political Methodologist 13, 2 (Fall):  20-21.


Akcinaroglu, Seden and Elizabeth Radziszewski. 2005. Expectations, Rivalries, and Civil War Duration. International Interactions 31, 4 (October-December):  349-374.

Darmofal, David. 2005. Elite Cues and Citizen Disagreement with Expert Opinion. Political Research Quarterly 58, 3 (September):  381-395.

Rudloff, Peter. 2005. Introduction to S-Weave. The Political Methodologist 13, 1 (Spring):  8-13.

Verkuilen, Jay. 2005. Assigning Membership in a Fuzzy Set Analysis. Sociological Methods & Research33, 4 (May): 462-496.


Croco, Sarah E. and Tze Kwang Teo. 2004. Assessing the Dyadic Approach to Interstate Conflict Processes:  a.k.a. ‘Dangerous Dyad-Years. Conflict Management and Peace Science  22, 1 (Spring): 5-18.

Teo, Tze Kwang. 2004. The LaTeX Corner: LaTeX 102. The Political Methodologist 12, 1 (Spring):  6-9.


Boniface, Dexter and  Heather Tafel. 2003. Old Carrots, New Sticks:  Explaining Labor Strategies Toward Economic Reform in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Comparative Politics 35, 3 (Apri):  313-333.


Boniface, Dexter. 2002. Is there a Democratic Norm in the Americas? An Analysis of the Organization of American States. Global Governance 8, 3 (July): 137-162.

Cunion, William E. 2002. Researching the Presidency: The Overlooked Problem of Biographical Data. White House Studies 2, 2 (Spring): 5-18.

Greig, J. Michael. 2002. The End of Geography? Globalization, Communications, and Culture in the International System. Journal of Conflict Resolution 46, 2 (April): 225-243.


Boniface, Dexter and Jason Sharman. 2001. An ‘Analytic Revolution’ in Comparative Politics? Comparative Politics 33, 4 (July): 475-493.

Cobb, Michael D. and Jeffery A. Jenkins. 2001. Race and the Representation of Blacks’ Interests During Reconstruction. Political Research Quarterly 54, 1 (March): 181-204.

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Andrew J. Enterline. 2001. Time Remembered: A Dynamic Model of Interstate Interaction. International Studies Quarterly 45, 3 (September):  409-431.

Greig, J. Michael. 2001. Moments of Opportunity: Sources of Ripeness Among Enduring Rivals. Journal of Conflict Resolution 45, 6 (December): 691-718.


Jenkins, Jeffery A. 2000. Examining the Robustness of Ideological Voting: Evidence from the Confederate House of Representatives. American Journal of Political Science 44, 4 (October): 811-822.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. and Timothy P. Nokken. 2000. The Institutional Emergence of the Republican Party: A Spatial Voting Analysis of the House Speakership Election of 1855-56. Legislative Studies Quarterly 25, 1 (February): 101-130.

Nokken, Timothy P. 2000. Dynamics of Congressional Loyalty: Party Defection and Roll Call Behavior, 1947-1997. Legislative Studies Quarterly 25, 4 (November): 417-444.


Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 1999. Violence and Uncertainty in Transitions. Journal of Conflict Resolution 43, 2 (April):  192-212.

Crescenzi, Mark, J.C. and Andrew Enterline. 1999. Ripples from the Wave? A Systemic, Time-Series Analysis of the Impact of Regime Changes on Interstate Conflict, 1816-1992. Journal of Peace Research 36, 1 (January):  75-94.

Green, Andrew. 1999. Non-Profits and Democratic Development: Lessons from the Czech Republic. Voluntas 10, 3 (Fall): 217-235.

Mistry, Dinshaw. 1999. Diplomacy, Sanctions, and the U.S. Nonproliferation Dialogue with India and Pakistan. Asian Survey 31, 5 (September/October): 753-771.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. and Marc Weidenmier. 1999. Ideology, Economic Interests, and Congressional Roll-Call Voting: Partisan Instability and Bank of the United States Legislation, 1811-1816. Public Choice 100, 3-4 (September): 225-243.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. 1999. Examining the Bonding Effects of Party: A Comparative Analysis of Roll-Call Voting in the U.S. and Confederate Houses. 1999. American Journal of Political Science 43, 4 (October): 1144-1165.


Jenkins, Jeffery A. 1998. Property Rights and the Emergence of Standing Committee Dominance in the Nineteenth-Century House. 1998. Legislative Studies Quarterly 23, 4 (November): 493-519.

Mistry, Dinshaw. 1998. India’s Emerging Space Program. Pacific Affairs 71, 2 (Summer): 151-174.


Green, Andrew. 1997. Obcanska spolecnost, ideje a utvareni politiky (Civil Society, Ideas, and Policymaking). Sociologicky casopis 33, 3 (September): 309-320.

Mistry, Dinshaw. 1997. Ballistic Missile Proliferation and the MTCR: A Ten-Year Review. Contemporary Security Policy 18, 3 (December): 59-82.


Dalager, Jon K. 1996. Voters, Issues, and Elections: Are the Candidates’ Messages Getting Through? Journal of Politics 58, 2 (May): 486-515.