Recent Archive of Graduate Student Publications

Bersch, Katherine and Sandra Botero. 2014. “Measuring Governance: Implications of Conceptual Choices.” European Journal of Development Research 26(1): 124–41.

Bersch, Katherine and Greg Michener. 2013. “Identifying Transparency.” Information Polity 18(3): 233–42.

Fortier, Jeremy. 2010. “Can Liberalism Lose the Enlightenment?” The Journal of Politics 72(4): 1003-1013.

Harris, Peter. Forthcoming. “When States Appease: British Appeasement in the 1930s,” with Peter Trubowitz. Review of International Studies.

Harris, Peter. Forthcoming. “Militarism in Environmental Disguise: The Greenwashing of an Overseas Military Base.” International Political Sociology.

Harris, Peter. 2014. “Environmental Protection as International Security: Conserving the Pentagon’s Island Bases in the Asia-Pacific.” International Journal 69, no. 3 (September), in press.

Harris, Peter. 2014. “A Political Trilemma? International Security, Environmental Protection and Human Rights in the British Indian Ocean Territory.” International Politics 51, no. 1 (January): 87-100.

Harris, Peter. 2013. “Decolonising the Special Relationship: Diego Garcia, the Chagossians and Anglo-American Relations.” Review of International Studies 39, no. 3 (July): 707-727.

Koivumaeki, Riitta-Ilona. 2010. “Business, Economic Experts, and Conservative Party Building in Latin America: The Case of El Salvador.” Journal of Politics in Latin America 2(1): 79-106.

Mohanty, Pete. 2012. “Thick and Thin Public Sentiments and the Politics of Immigration in Europe.” Comparative Sociology.

Pittz, Steven. 2011. “Providential Partners? Tocqueville’s Take on Equality and Centralization.” The Journal of Politics 73(3): 797-807.

Sorace, Christian. Forthcoming. “China’s Vision for Developing Sichuan’s Post-Earthquake Countryside: Turning Unruly Peasants into Grateful Urban Citizens.”The China Quarterly.

Sorace, Christian and William Hurst. 2011. “Recession and the Politics of Class and Production in the World’s Factory.” New Political Science 33(4): 509-524.

Sorace, Christian. 2010. “Saint Mao.” Telos 151: 173191.

Thomas, H.F. III and Timothy M. LaPira. Forthcoming. “The Revolving Door and Interest Representation.” Interest Groups & Advocacy.

Thomas, H.F. III, Amber E. Boydstun and Shaun Bevan. Forthcoming. “The Importance of Attention Diversity and How to Measure It.” Policy Studies Journal.

Thomas, H.F. III and Halpin, Darren R. 2012. “Evaluating the Breadth of Policy Engagement by Organized Interests. Public Administration 90(3): 582-599.

Thomas, H.F. III and Halpin, Darren R. 2012. “Interest Group Survival: Sources of Mortality Anxiety.” Interest Groups & Advocacy 1(2): 215-238.

Thomas, H.F. III and Bryan D. Jones. 2012. “Bounded Rationality and Public Policy Decision-Making.” In E. Araral, S. Fritzen, M. Howlett, M. Ramesh, and X. Wu (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Public Policy. New York, NY: Routledge.

Thomas, H.F. III, Maitland, Carleen, and Louis-Marie Ngamassi Tchouakeu. 2012. “Internet Censorship Circumvention Technology Use in Human Rights Organizations: An Exploratory Analysis.” Journal of Information Technology 27(4): 285-300.

Wolfe, MichelleThomas, H.F. III, and Jones, Bryan. Forthcoming. “Policy Bubbles.” Policy Studies Journal.

Wolfe, Michelle and Christoffer Green-Pedersen. 2009. “The Institutionalization of Environmental Attention in the United States and Denmark: Multiple- verus Single-Venue Systems.” Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions 22(4): 625-646.