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Empire of the People: Settler Colonialism and the Foundations of Modern Democratic Thought (University Press of Kansas, 2018).

"Constructing Colonial Peoples: W.E.B. Du Bois, the United Nations, and the Politics of Space and Scale," Modern Intellectual History, Forthcoming

"Beyond the Anglo-World: Settler Colonialism and Democracy in the Americas," Polity, Forthcoming

"Unusual Returns: Transnational Whiteness and the Dividends of Empire," Constellations, Forthcoming

“Self-Determination Between World and Nation,” Symposium on Adom Getachew’s Worldmaking After Empire, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, 40 (December 2020)

“Oppression and Racial Slavery: Abolitionist Challenges to Neo-Republicanism,” Contemporary Political Theory, 20 (June 2021)

"Creolizing Natural Liberty: Transnational Obligation in the Thought of Ottobah Cugoano," Journal of Politics, 82 (July 2020)

“Narrating Historical Injustice:  Political Responsibility and the Politics of Memory” (w/ David  Temin), Political Research Quarterly, 70 (December 2017).

“The Black American Jacobins:  Revolution, Radical Abolition, and the Transnational Turn,” Perspectives on Politics, 15 (September 2017).

“Black Disembodiment in the Age of Ferguson,” New Political Science, 39 (September 2017).

“Commercial Conquest:  Empire and Property in the Early U.S. Republic,” American Political Thought, 5 (Summer 2016).

“Nullifying Settler Democracy:  William Apess and the Paradox of Settler Sovereignty,” Polity, 48 (April 2016).

“Neoliberalism for the Common Good?  Public Value Governance and the Downsizing of Democracy” (w/ Joe Soss), Public Administration Review, 74 (July 2014).