On Structural Power.” Journal of Political Power. February 2018, pp. 1-12.

Review essay on Lily Geismer, Don’t Blame Us: Suburban Liberals and the Transformation of the the Democratic Party and Timothy Weaver, Blazing the Neoliberal Trail: Urban Political Development in the United States and the United Kingdom

Clarissa Rile Hayward named an Edmond J. Safra Fellow-in-Residence for 2017-18.

“Identity Politics and Democratic Nondomination” (with Ron Watson). Contemporary Political Theory 16,2 (May, 2017), pp. 185-206. Request electronic copy.

Responsibility and Ignorance: On Dismantling Structural InjusticeThe Journal of Politics, University of Chicago Press, January, 2017

“The Murder of Michael Brown”, co-written with Colin Gordon, Jacobin, August, 2016

“Constructing and Enforcing Racial Communities”, review of How Americans Make RacePolitical Theory, pp. 1-12, April 2016

“Why Does the U.S. Use Public Revenue to Support Private Home Ownership?”, Washington Post / The Monkey Cage, April 15, 2015

“What Now? Three Ways to Tackle Structural Injustice” (with Lynn Oldham and Laura Rosenbury), St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 26, 2014.

“After Ferguson” Washington Post / The Monkey Cage, November 24, 2014.

“Is Ferguson Anomalous?” Washington Post / The Monkey Cage, August 15, 2014.

“When Talking About Race,” Philadelphia Inquirer /, February 26, 2014.

“It Takes More than a ‘National Conversation About Race’ to Change Racial Injustice” Cleveland Plain Dealer /, February 9, 2014.

“Hold That Through”, Episode #9: American Identities (podcast), Washington University, St. Louis, November, 2013