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Erin Lin. The farmer's battlefield: traditional ecological knowledge and unexploded bombs in Cambodia 2021, Agriculture and Human values"

Nicholas Breyfogle. “The Origins of the Barguzin Nature Reserve,” in Place and Nature: Essays in Russian Environmental History (Whitehorse Press, co-edited by David Moon, Nicholas B. Breyfogle, and Alexandra Bekasova, 2021), 268-291.

Nicholas Breyfogle. “Place and Nature: An Introduction” (co-authored with Aleksandra Bekasova, Julia Lajus, and David Moon), in Place and Nature: Essays in Russian Environmental History (Whitehorse Press, co-edited by David Moon, Nicholas B. Breyfogle, and Alexandra Bekasova, 2021), 1-36.

Nicholas Breyfogle. “Exploration and Place in Studying Russia’s Environmental History,” The White Horse Press Blog, January 26, 2021, co-authored with David Moon and Alexandra Bekasova, https://whitehorsepress.blog/2021/01/26/exploration-and-place-instudying-russias-environmental-history-2/

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Margaret Newell. “Sarah Chauqum: Eighteenth Century Rhode Island and Connecticut,” in As If She Were Free: A Collective Biography of Women and Emancipation in the Americas, ed. Erica Ball, Tatiana Seijas, and Terri Snyder (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

Margaret Newell. “In the Borderlands of Race and Freedom (and Genre): Embedded Indian and African Slave Testimony in Eighteenth-Century New England,” Hearing Enslaved Voices: African and Indian Slave Testimony in French and British America, 1700-1848 ed. Sophie White and Trevor Burnard (Routledge, 2020)

Margaret Newell. “Memory Lands: King Philip's War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast,” review essay of Christine M. De Lucia, Memory Lands: King Philip's War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast and Lisa Brooks, Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip's War, in Journal of American History, 107 (June 2020): 175-177

Howell, William G., Ethan Porter, and Thomas J. Wood. "Rethinking public appeals: Experimental evidence on presidential performances." Journal of Political Institutions and Political Economy 1, no. 1 (2020): 137-158.

Shuman, A., and C. Bohmer. "Discourse and narrative in legal settings: The political asylum process." The Handbook of Discourse Studies (2020): 547-570.

Erin Lin. "How war changes land: soil fertility, unexploded bombs, and the under development of Cambodia 2020, AJPS

Oded Shenkar. "Nation-dyadic history and cross-border corporate deals: role of conflict, trade, generational distance, and professional education. 2020. Strategic Management Journal.

Oded Shenkar. The impact of country-dyadic military conflicts on market reaction to cross-border acquisitions. 2020. Journal of International Business Studies.

Nyseth Brehm, Hollie, Louisa Roberts, Christopher Uggen, and Jean-Damascéne Gasanabo. “‘We Came to Realize We Are Judges’: The Moral Careers of Elected Lay Jurists in Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” International Journal of Transitional Justice. Published online in 2020.

Gasanabo, Jean-Damascéne, Donatien Nikuze, Hollie Nyseth Brehm, and Hannah Parks. 2020. “Rwanda’s Inyangamugayo: Perspectives from Practitioners in the Gacaca Transitional Justice Mechanism.” Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal 14(2): 153-172.

Alex Thompson, 2020. “Emerging Powers and Differentiation in the Global Climate Regime.” Global Policy 11(3): 61-72.

Alex Thompson, 2020. “Competence over Control: The Politics of Multilateral Weapons Inspections.” In The Governor’s Dilemma: Indirect Governance Beyond Principals and Agents, edited by Kenneth W. Abbott, Bernhard Zangl, Duncan Snidal and Philipp Genschel. Oxford University Press.

Nicholas Breyfogle. “Introduction to Water History,” “Water, Irrigation, and Civilization,” “Water, Technology, and Power,” “Drinking Water, Sanitation, Pollution, and Disease,” and “Water, War, and Diplomacy” (all co-authored with Mark Sokolsky) in Readings in Water History (San Diego: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2020), co-edited by Nicholas B. Breyfogle and Mark Sokolsky, v-x, 1-2, 55-57, 129-130, 191-192, 249-250.

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Amy Shuman with Carol Bohmer, “Political Asylum Narratives and the Construction of Suspicious Subjects” in in Technologies of Suspicion and the Ethics of Obligation in Political Asylum. Bridget M. Haas and Amy Shuman, Eds. Athens: Ohio University Press. 2019, pp 245-264.

Amy Shuman with Bridget M. Haas, “Introduction: Negotiating Suspicion, Obligation, and Security in Contemporary Political Asylum Regimes” in Technologies of Suspicion and the Ethics of Obligation in Political Asylum. Bridget M. Haas and Amy Shuman, Eds. Athens: Ohio University Press. 2019, pp. 29-46.

Amy Shuman with Bridget M. Haas, ”Conclusion” in Technologies of Suspicion and the Ethics of Obligation in Political Asylum. Bridget M. Haas and Amy Shuman, Eds. Athens: Ohio University Press. 2019, pp.265-275.

Amy Shuman with Carol Bohmer, "Locked Up and Kicked Out: Detention and Deportation in the United States and the United Kingdom"" in Refugees and Asylum Seekers: Interdisciplinary and Comparative Perspectives. S. Megan Berthold and Kathryn R. Libal, Eds. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2019, pp 44-73.

Rachel E. Bowen, “The Weight of the Continuous Past: Transitional (In)Justice and Impunity States in Central America” Latin American Politics and Society, 61:1, pp. 126- 147, February 2019.

Richard Gunther, Paul A. Beck and Erik Nisbet, “’Fake News’ and the Defection of 2012 Obama Voters in the 2016 Presidential Election,” Electoral Studies May 2019. [The findings of this study were covered as news items in two articles in the Washington Post and an op-ed piece by Michelle Goldberg in the The New York Times.]

"Barnidge, Rojas, Beck, and Schmitt-Beck, “Comparative Corrective Action: Perceived Media Bias and Political Action in 17 Countries,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research (2019).

Nyseth Brehm, Hollie, Christi Smith, and Evelyn Gertz. 2019. “Producing Expertise in a Transitional Justice Setting: Judges at Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts.” Law & Social Inquiry 44(1): 78-101.

Alex Thompson, 2019. “The Power in Opacity: Rethinking Information in International Organizations.” In International Institutions and Power Politics, edited by T.V. Paul and Anders Wivel. Georgetown University Press. (with Austin Carson)

Joe Parrott. “The Gulf Boycott Coalition: An Interview with Rev. Richard Righter.” Oral History in Radical History Review, 134 (May 2019), 169–180.

Noyes, Dorothy. "Blaming the Polish Plumber: Phantom Agents, Invisible Workers, and the Liberal Arena." Special issue, Rethinking Agency in International Relations: Performativity, Performances and Actor-Networks. Journal of International Relations and Development 22: 853–881. 2019.

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Amy Shuman with Carol Bohmer, “Gender and Asylum” Encyclopedia of Migration. Springer. 2018.

Paul Beck, Richard Gunther and Erik Nisbet, “What Happened to the Ground Game in 2016,” in John Green, Daniel Correy and David Cohen (eds.), The State of the Parties 2018. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2018.

Eveland, Appiah, and Beck, “Americans Are More Exposed to Difference Than We Think” Capturing Hidden Exposure to Political and Racial Difference,” Social Networks, 52 (2018), 192-200.

Theodora Dragostinova, “The ‘Natural Ally’ of the ‘Developing World’: Bulgarian Culture in India and Mexico,” Slavic Review, vol. 77, no. 3 (Fall 2018), 661-684.

Theodora Dragostinova, “On ‘Strategic Frontiers’: Debating the Borders of the Post-World War II Balkans,” Contemporary European History, vol. 27, no. 3 (August 2018), 387-411.

Theodora Dragostinova, “The East in the West: Bulgarian Culture in the United States of America during the Global 1970s,” Journal of Contemporary History, vol. 53, no. 1 (January 2018): 212-239.

Nicholas Breyfogle. “Toward an Environmental History of Tsarist Russia and the Soviet Union,” in Eurasian Environments: Nature and Ecology in Imperial Russian and Soviet History, ed. Nicholas Breyfogle (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018), 3-19.

Joe Parrott. “Boycott Gulf! Angolan Oil and the Black Power Roots of American Anti-Apartheid Organizing.” Article in Modern American History. 1:2 (July, 2018), 195-220."

Noyes, Dorothy. "Blaming the Polish Plumber, Blaming the French Voter: Bogeys and Attributions of Belief in Liberal Politics." Special issue, "Fake News." Journal of American Folklore 131: 426-434. 2018.

C.K Shum. Karpytchev, M., V. Ballu, Y. Krien, M. Becker, S. Goodbred, G. Spada, S. Calmant, C. Shum, Z. Khan, Contribution of past climate change and enhanced sedimentation to present-day subsidence of the Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta, Geophys. Res. Lett., https://doi.org/10.1002/2017GL076388, 2018.

C.K Shum. Khakia, M., E. Forootan, M. Kuhn, J. Awange, F. Papa, C. Shum, Study on Bangladesh's sub-surface water storages using satellite products and data assimilation scheme, Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 625, 963–977, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.12.289, 2018.

Christopher Gelpi and Nazli Avdan. 2018. “Democracies at Risk? A Forecasting Analysis of Regime Type and the Risk of Terrorist Attack.” Conflict Management and Peace Science January 2018.

Mitch Lerner. “Is it For This We Fought And Bled?”: The Korean War and the Struggle for Civil Rights,” (Journal of Military History, 2018).

 

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Nyseth Brehm, Hollie. 2017. “Accountability After Genocide.” Contexts 16(4): 38-45.

Nicholas Breyfogle. “A Postcard from Solovki,” Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective, January 2017, https://origins.osu.edu/connecting-history/postcard-solovki

Nicholas Breyfogle. “Sacred Waters: The Spiritual World of Lake Baikal,” in Meanings and Values of Water in Russian Culture, eds. Arja Rosenholm and Jane T. Costlow (Routledge, 2017), 32-50.

C.K Shum. Chen, J.J., V. Mueller, Y. Jia, and S.K.H. Tseng. Validating migration responses to flooding using satellite and vital registration data. American Economic Review, 107(5), pp.441-445, 2017.

C.K Shum. Guo, Q. Bangladesh shoreline changes during the last four decades using satellite remote sensing data, PhD Dissertation, Geodetic Science, School of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University, August 2017."

Christopher Gelpi. 2017. “Democracies in Conflict: The Role of Public Opinion, Political Parties, and the Press in Shaping Security Policy.” Journal of Conflict Resolution October 2017.

Christopher Gelpi. 2017. “The Surprising Robustness of Surprising Events: A Response to a Critique of ‘Performing on Cue’.” Journal of Conflict Resolution September 2017.

Libby Jenke and Christopher Gelpi. 2017. “Theme and Variations: Historical Contingencies in the Causal Model of Inter-State Conflict.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. January 2017.

Nazli Avdan and Christopher Gelpi. 2016. “Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? State Border Characteristics and the Transnational Flow of Terrorist Violence.” International Studies Quarterly January 2017.

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Amy Shuman with Carol Bohmer, “The Uncomfortable Meeting Grounds of Different Vulnerabilities: Disability and the Political Asylum Process. Feminist Formations 28:1, 2016, pp 121-145.

Richard Gunther, Paul A. Beck and Erik Nisbet, “’Fake News’ and the Defection of 2012 Obama Voters in the 2016 Presidential Election,” Electoral Studies May 2019. [The findings of this study were covered as news items in two articles in the Washington Post and an op-ed piece by Michelle Goldberg in the The New York Times.]

Paul Beck, Richard Gunther and Erik Nisbet, “What Happened to the Ground Game in 2016,” in John Green, Daniel Correy and David Cohen (eds.), The State of the Parties 2018. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2018.

Pedro Magalhães, Paul Beck, Richard Gunther and Alejandro Moreno, “Introduction,” in Richard Gunther, Paul Beck, Pedro Magalhães and Alejandro Moreno, eds., Voting in Old and New Democracies. New York and London: Routledge, 2016.

Paul Beck and Richard Gunther, “Global Patterns of Political Intermediation,” in Gunther et al., 2016.

Richard Gunther, Marina Costa Lobo, Paolo Bellucci and Marco Lisi, “The Changing Determinants of the Vote,” in Gunther et al., 2016.

Richard Gunther, José Ramón Montero and Hans-Jürgen Puhle, “Intermediation, Mobilization, and Citizen Participation: Findings from In-Depth and Longitudinal Analyses of Spain,” in Gunther et al., 2016.

Alejandro Moreno, Paul Beck, Richard Gunther and Pedro Magalhães, “Conclusion,” in Gunther et al., 2016.

Richard Gunther and José Ramón Montero, “Generational Patterns of Democratic Support and Political Engagement in Southern Europe,” in David Denemark, Richard Niemi and Robert Mattes, eds., Generational Change in Attitudes Toward Democracy, Boulder: Lynne Reinner, forthcoming 2016.

Richard Gunther and José Ramón Montero, “Le cadre institutionnel national, “Partis, systems de partis et elections,” in Hubert Peres and Christophe Roux, eds., Politique d l’Espagne. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2016.

Richard Gunther, J.-B Harguindéguy, José Ramón Montero, and R. Pasquier, "L'Etat des autonomies: dynamiques institutionnelles et politiques, in Peres and Roux, eds., 2016

Richard Gunther, José Ramón Montero and Hubert Peres, "Postface: ver une recomposition du système pollitique espagnol?" in Peres and Roux, eds., 2016.

Richard Gunther, Jean-Baptiste Harguindéguy, José Ramón Montero and Romain Pasquier, "L'Etat des autonomies: dynamiques institutionnelles et politiques," in Peres and Roux, eds., Politique d l’Espagne, 2016.

Hola, Barbora and Hollie Nyseth Brehm. “Punishing Genocide: A Comparative Empirical Analysis of Sentencing Laws and Practices at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Rwandan Domestic Courts, and Gacaca Courts.” 2016. Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal 10(3): 59-80.

Nyseth Brehm, Hollie, Christopher Uggen, and Jean-Damascéne Gasanabo. 2016. “Age, Gender, and the Crime of Crimes: Toward a Life-Course Theory of Genocide Participation.” Criminology 54(4): 713-743.

Alex Thompson, 2016. “The Global Regime for Climate Finance: Political and Legal Challenges.” In The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law, edited by Cinnamon P. Carlarne, Kevin R. Gray & Richard Tarasofsky, 141-64. Oxford University Press.

Noyes, Dorothy. "Gesturing Toward Utopia: Toward a Theory of Exemplarity." Special SIEF Congress issue, "Utopias, Realities, Heritages. Ethnographies for the 21st century." Narodna umjetnost: Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore 53 (1): 75-95, 2016.

Jennifer Siegel. “The Russian Revolution of 1905 in the Eyes of Russia’s Financiers.” Revolutionary Russia. Vol. 29:1 (May 2016), 24-42."

Scott Sigmund Gartner and Christopher Gelpi. 2016. “The Affect and Effect of Images of Success and Failure in War on Public Opinion.” International Interactions. January 2016.

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Alex Thompson, 2015. “Efficient Orchestration? The Global Environment Facility in the Governance of Climate Adaptation.” In International Organizations as Orchestrators, edited by Kenneth W. Abbott, Philipp Genschel, Duncan Snidal & Bernhard Zangl, 114- 38. Cambridge University Press. (with Erin R. Graham)

Nicholas Breyfogle. “Forum Introduction: Pathogen-Ecology Systems in the Anthropocene” (co-authored with Chris Otter and John Brooke) in Technology, Ecology, and Human Health Since 1850, Guest Co-Editor (with John Brooke and Chris Otter), thematic Forum in Environmental History (vol. 20, Issue 4 (October 2015)): 712-721.

Nicholas Breyfogle. “At the Watershed: 1958 and the Beginnings of Lake Baikal Environmentalism,” Slavonic and East European Review 93, no. 1 (2015): 147-180.

Christopher Gelpi and Joseph Grieco. 2015. “Competency Costs in Foreign Affairs: Presidential Performance in International Conflicts and Domestic Legislative Success, 1952-2001.” American Journal of Political Science. April 2015.