Our faculty members and graduate students have published the following works this year (for a complete listing of our faculty members' publications, please see their faculty listings):
Ahram, Ariel I. Symbolic Frames: Identity and Legitimacy in Iraqi Islamist Discourse, Rhetoric & Public Affairs. (Forthcoming)
Alberts, Susan. “How Constitutions Constrain.” Comparative Politics (Forthcoming).
Bailey, Michael A. "Comparable Preference Estimates across Time and Institutions for the Court, Congress.” American Journal of Political Science 51.3 (2007): 433-448.
Bailey, Michael A. "Welfare Migration and the Multifaceted Decision to Move.” American Political Science Review 99.1 (2005).
Baldi, Gregory. “Europeanising Antitrust: British Competition Policy Reform and Member State Convergence.” British Journal of Politics and International Relations 8.4 (Nov. 2006).
Balzer, Harley. “AIDS and Security in Russia.” HIV-AIDS in Russia and Eurasia Ed. Judyth L. Twigg. New York: Palgrave, 2006. 181-205.
Balzer, Harley. “Vladimir Putin’s Academic Writings and Russian Natural Resource Policy.” Problems of Post-Communism 53.1 (Jan/Feb. 2006): 48-54.
Bennett, Andrew, and George Shambaugh. Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in American Foreign Policy. 4th ed. McGraw-Hill, 2008.
Bernstein, Hamutal. “Review: Democracy in Immigrant America: Changing Demographics and Political Participation by S. Karthick Ramakrishnan.” Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2005. Democracy and Society (Spring 2006).
Boesencker, Aaron. “Review: Social Enterprise: At the Crossroads of Market, Public Policy, and Civil Society by Marthe Nyssens.” Ed. London: Routledge, 2006. Democracy and Society (Summer 2007).
Boesenecker, Aaron. “Review: Solidarity in Europe: The History of an Idea by Steinar Stjernø.” Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. German Politics and Society 24.2 (Summer 2006): 98-104.
Boesenecker, Aaron, and Leslie Vinjamuri. “Religious Actors in Transitional Justice.” The New Religious Pluralism. Ed. Tom Banchoff. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Bleek, Philipp, Richard Danzig, and Rachel Kleinfeld. "After an Attack: Preparing Citizens for Bioterrorism." Center for a New American Security (CNAS), June 2007. 1-68.
Bleek, Philipp. "Would 'Deterrence of Negligence' Reduce the Risk of Catastrophic Terrorism?" Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI), Nuclear Scholars Initiative 2005-2006 Papers (2006): 18-33.
Bleek, Philipp. "Securing and Removing Civil Nuclear-Explosive Material Worldwide: Preventing Nuclear Terrorism and State Acquisition." CSIS, PONI 2005 Conference Series Papers (2006): 45-62.
Busch, Marc L., and Eric Reinhard. “Three’s a Crowd: Third Parties and WTO Dispute Settlement.” World Politics 58.3 (2006): 446-477.
Byman, Daniel L., and Kenneth M. Pollack. Things Fall Apart: Containing the Spillover from an Iraqi Civil War. Brookings Institute Press, 2007.
Byman, Daniel L. "Fighting State Sponsors of Terrorism." Countering Terrorism in the 21st Century. Ed. James Forest. Praeger, 2007
Byman, Daniel L. "Do Counterterrorism and Counterproliferation Go Together?" Political Science Quarterly (Spring 2007).
Byman, Daniel L. "Israel and the Lebanese Hizballah." Democracy and Counterterrorism: Lessons from the Past. Ed. Robert Art. U.S. Institute of Peace, 2007.
Byman, Daniel L. "Allies and Counterinsurgency." International Security (Fall 2006).
Byman, Daniel L. "Allies in the War on Terrorism." Journal of Strategic Studies (Fall 2006).
Byman, Daniel L., and Kenneth M. Pollack. "Keeping the Lid On Iraq’s Civil War." The National Interest (May 2007).
Byman, Daniel L. "Who Wins in Iraq: Al Qaeda." Foreign Policy (Jan. 2007).
Cha, Victor. "Countdown to Beijing." The Washington Post. (8 August 2007).
Cross, Sarah, Philip Martin, and Susan Martin. “UN High-Level Dialogue on Migration and Development.” International Migration 45.1 (2007).
Gormley Jr., William. "Early Childhood Care and Education: Lessons and Puzzles." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 26 (Summer 2007): 633-671.
Gormley Jr., William. "Money and Mandates: The Politics of Intergovernmental Conflict." Publius 36 (Fall 2006): 523-540.
Gormley Jr., William. "Public Policy Analysis: Ideas and Impacts." Annual Review of Political Science 10 (2007): 297-314.
Howard, Lise. UN Peacekeeping in Civil Wars. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Howard, Marc. “Comparative Citizenship: An Agenda for Cross-National Research.” Perspectives on Politics 4.3 (2006): 443-455.
Howard, Marc, and James L. Gibson. “Russian Anti-Semitism and the Scapegoating of Jews.” British Journal of Political Science 37.2 (2007): 193-223.
Howard, Marc, and Philip G. Roessler. “Liberalizing Electoral Outcomes in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes.” American Journal of Political Science 50.2 (2006): 365-381.
Howard, Marc, Vladimir Tismaneanu, and Rudra Sil, eds. World Order After Leninism. University of Washington Press, 2006.
Kroenig, Matthew, and M. Steven Fish. “Diversity, Conflict, and Democracy: Some Evidence from Eurasia and East Europe.” Democratization 13.5 (Dec. 2006): 828-842.
Kroenig, Matthew, and Jay Stowsky. “War Makes the State, but Not as It Pleases: Homeland Security and American Anti-Statism.” Security Studies 15.2 (April-June 2006): 225-270.
Kroenig, Matthew, Steven Weber, Naazneen Barma, and Ely Ratner. “How Globalization Went Bad.” Foreign Policy (Jan./Feb. 2007): 48-54.
Ladd, Jonathan. “Predispositions and Public Support for the President during the War on Terrorism.” Public Opinion Quarterly (forthcoming).
Lieber, Robert. The American Era: Power and Strategy for the 21st Century NY: Cambridge University Press, new ed. 2007.
Lieber, Robert. “Die USA und der Nahe Osten.” Internationale Politik (Berlin) 61.9 (Sept. 2006): 91-97.
Lieber, Robert. “Left-Out Legislature.” The National Interest 88 (March/April 2007): 27-31.
Lieber, Robert. “The United States and Europe: Explaining the Transatlantic Bond.” American Foreign Policy in a Globalized World. Eds. David P. Forsythe, Patrice C. McMahon, and Andrew Wedeman. NY: Routledge, 2006. 261-285.
Longley, April. “The High Water Mark of Islamist Politics? The Case of Yemen." The Middle East Journal 61.2 (Spring 2007).
McNamara, Kathleen. “Economic Governance, Ideas, and EMU: What Currency Does Policy Consensus Have Today?” Journal of Common Market Studies 44.4 (Nov. 2006).
McNamara, Kathleen, and Sophie Meunier. Making History: European Integration and Institutional Change at Fifty. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
Mitchell, Joshua. “Religion is Not a Preference.” Journal of Politics 69.2 (May 2007): 349-60.
Mitchell, Joshua. “Tocqueville on Democratic Religious Experience.” The Cambridge Companion to Tocqueville. Ed. Cheryl Welch. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 276-302.
Nexon, Daniel H. “Religion, European Identity, and Political Contention in Historical Perspective.” Religion in an Expanding Europe. Ed. Timothy Byrnes and Peter Katzenstein. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 256-282.
Nexon, Daniel H., and Thomas Wright. “What’s at Stake in the American Empire Debate.” American Political Science Review 101.3 (2007): 253-271.
Nexon, Daniel, and Iver B. Neumann, eds. Harry Potter and International
Relations. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2006.
Nexon, Daniel and Iver B. Neumann. “Harry Potter and the Study of World Politics.” Harry Potter and International Relations Eds. Daniel Nexon and Iver B. Neumann. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2006. 1-16.
Nexon, Daniel, and Maia A. Gemmill. “Children’s Crusade: The Religious Politics of Harry Potter.” Harry Potter and International Relations. Eds. Daniel Nexon and Iver Neumann. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2006. 79-100.
Nexon, Daniel. “How Harry Potter Explains the World.” The New Republic Online (July 19, 2007). Reprinted on CBSNews.com.
Noel, Hans With Marty Cohen, David Karol and John Zaller . "The Invisible Primary in Presidential Nominations, 1980-2004"
in William B. Mayer, ed. The Making of the Presidential Candidates, 2008. Rowman and Littlefield.
Parker, Jay M. and Thomas Kirlin, eds. A Dialogue on Presidential Challenges and Leadership: Papers of the 2005-2006 Center Fellows Washington, DC: Center for the Study of the Presidency (Fall 2006).
Parker, Jay M. “Dwight David Eisenhower.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences 2nd ed. MacMillan Reference USA (forthcoming Nov. 2007).
Parker, Jay M. “Review: The Truth Is Our Weapon: The Rhetorical Diplomacy of Dwight D. Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles by Chris Tudda.” Political Science Quarterly (forthcoming 2007).
Parker, Jay M. “Review: The Pentagon and the Presidency: Civil-Military Relations from FDR to George W. Bush by Dale R. Herspring.” Political Science Quarterly 121.1 (Spring 2006): 153-154.
Robinson, Carin. "From Every Tribe and Nation? Blacks and the Christian Right." Social Science Quarterly 87.3 (2006): 591-601.
Schall, James V. Roman Catholic Political Philosophy. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2006.
Schall, James V. The Life of the Mind: On the Joys and Travails of Thinking. Wilmington: ISI Books, 2006.
Schall, James V. The Regensburg Lecture. South Bend, IN: St. Augustine's Press, 2007.
Schall, James V. The Sum Total of Human Happiness. South Bend, IN: St. Augustine's Press, 2006.
Schall, James V. "Mysticism, Political Philosophy, and Play." Modern Age 48 (Sept. 2006): 251-258.
Schall, James V. "Liberal Education and 'Social Justice'." Liberal Education 92 (Fall 2006): 44-47.
Schall, James V. "A Christian Reading of the 'God of Abraham' by Pangle." Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly 29 (Winter 2006): 31-38.
Schall, James V. "Culture of Modernity and Catholicism." Homiletic and Pastoral Review CVII (June 2007): 8-19.
Schall, James V. "Politics and Eros: Beyond Justice." Telos 138 (Spring 2007): 8-42.
Schall, James V. "From Cambridge to Regensburg: Two Lectures on Intellectual Courage." Vital Speeches of the Day LXXIII (May 2007): 213-218.
Sitman, Matthew, and Brian Smith. "The Rift in the Modern Mind: Tocqueville and Percy on the Rise of the Cartesian Self." Perspectives on Political Science 36.1 (Winter 2007): 15-22.
Smith, Brian. "Edmund Burke, the Warren Hastings Trial, and the Moral Dimension of Corruption." Polity 40.2 (Forthcoming in 2008).
Smith, Brian. "Democracy in America and the Possibilities for Law without the State." The Journal of Libertarian Studies 21.2 (Summer 2007): 3-24.
Smith, Brian. "Adam Smith, the Concept of Leisure, and the Division of Labor." Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy 34.1 (Fall/Winter 2006): 23-46.
Stanely, Elizabeth. “International Perceptions of US Nuclear Policy.” Sandia Report SAND2007-0903. Sandia National Laboratories, Feb. 2007.
Stanely, Elizabeth, and Risa A. Brooks, eds. Creating Military Power: The Sources of Military Effectiveness. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2007.
Stent, Angela. "Berlin's Russia Challenge." The National Interest. March/April 2007.
Stent, Angela. "Reluctant Europeans." in Robert Legvold, ed. Russian Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century in the Shadow of the Past. Columbia University Press, 2007.
Stent, Angela. "Russland." in Siegmar Schmidt, et al. Handbuch zur deutschen Aussenpolitik, Verlag fuer Sozialwissenschaften, 2007.
Wayne, Stephen J. Is This any Way to Run A Demcratic Election? 3rd ed. Washington, DC.: CQ Books, 2007.
Wayne, Stephen J. The Road to the White House 2008. 8th ed. Wadsworth Pub., 2008
Weiner, Jocelyn. “Review: Faith in Moderation: Islamist Parties in Jordan and Yemen by Jillian Schwedler.” Democracy & Society 4.2 (Spring 2007): 19-20.
Weiner, Jocelyn, and Clyde Wilcox. “Bridging the Cultural Divide: Accommodating Religious Diversity.” The Changing Face of America: Politics of Race, Ethnicity and Religion in Multicultural America. Eds. Valerie Martinez-Ebers and Manochehr Dorraj. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007.
Wilcox, Clyde, and Carin Larson. "The Faith of George W. Bush: The Personal, Practical, and Political." Religion and the American Presidency. Eds. Mark J. Rozell and Gleaves Whitney. New York: Palmave MacMillan, 2007.
Wilcox, Clyde, and Craig Rimmerman, eds. The Politics of Same-Sex Marriage. University of Chicago Press, 2007.
Wilcox, Clyde, and Kenneth Wald. "Getting Religion: Has Political Science Rediscovered the Faith Factor?" American Political Science Review 100.4 (Dec. 2006):523-529.
Wilcox, Clyde. "Radical Dreams and Political Realities: Religion and Social Movements in the United States." Faith-Based Radicalism: Christianity, Islam and Judaism between Constructive Activism and Destructive Fanaticism Eds. Christiane Timmerman, Walter Nonneman, et al. Brussels: Peter Lang Pub., 2006.
Yerkes, Sarah, and Tamara Cofman Wittes. "What Price Freedom? Assessing the Bush Administration's Freedom Agenda." Saban Center Analysis 10. Saban Center at Brookings Institute, 2006.
Yerkes, Sarah, and Tamara Cofman Wittes. “The Middle East Freedom Agenda: An Update." Current History 106 (Jan. 2007): 31-38.
- White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director on NSF Funding
- Pulitzer Prize Winner Speaks at Giles Seminar Talk
- Professor King on the Boston Bombings
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