2015-16 Publications

Darren Davis

  • Books

    • Davis, Darren. 2016. Perseverance in the Parish: Religious Attitudes from a Black Catholic Perspective (Forthcoming).
  • Under Review

    • The Continuing Significance of Old Fashioned Racism: Skin Color and Implicit Racial Attitudes Among Survey Interviewers (Journal of Politics)
    • “Blacks Only Voted for Barack Obama Because He Is Black”: Support for the Racial Reductionist Stereotype (Journal of Politics)
    • Racial Framing and Pride in the Election of Barack Obama (Political Research Quarterly)
    • Racial Resentment and Perceptions of the National Economy (American Journal of Political Science)
  • Refereed Articles

    • Wilson, David C., Michael Leo Owens, and Darren W. Davis. 2015. How Racial Attitudes and Ideology Affect Political Rights for Felons, Du Bois Review (forthcoming).

Patrick Deneen

  • Refereed Articles or Chapters in Books

    • “The Public Intellectual as Teacher and Student as Public.” Forthcoming: Philosopher-Kings or Sophists? Public Intellectuals In Various Regions and Different Disciplines, Ed. Michael Desch. University of Notre Dame Press. 2016.
    • “How Swiss is Ben Barber? Participatory Democracy and the Problem of Scale.” Benjamin Barber and the Democratic Imagination. Edited by Trevor Norris. Forthcoming, 2016
    • “Defending the Indefensible Liberal Consensus,” in Jean Bethke Elshtain: The Engaged Mind. Ed. Debra Erickson and Michael LeChevallier, University of Notre Dame Press, 2015.
    • “Conservatism in America? A Response to Sidorsky,” in NOMOS: American Conservatism, ed. Sanford Levinson and Joel Parker (New York: New York University Press, 2015).
  • Non-Refereed

    • “The Future of the Liberal Arts,” in The Future of Liberal Education, ed. by Timothy W. Burns and Peter A. Lawler. New York: Routledge, 2015.
    • “The Science of Politics and the Conquest of Nature.” In Science, Virtue and the Future of Humanity. Edited by Peter A. Lawler and Marc D. Guerra. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.
  • Book Reviews

    • An Anxious Age, by Joseph Bottum. Modern Age. Forthcoming, 2016.
    • Suicide of the West, by James Burnham. Law and Liberty. Forthcoming, 2015.
    • Edmund Burke in America, by Drew Maciag. Perspectives on Political Science, forthcoming 2015.
  • Other

    • “The Power Elite,” First Things (July, 2015).

Luis Ricardo Fraga

  • Forthcoming Publications

    • “Latinos, Education, and the Church.” Special issue of THE JOURNAL OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION, Antonia Darder and Luis Ricardo Fraga, Co-Editors, 2016.
    • “¿Es su escuela nuestra escuela? (Is your school our school?): Latino Access to Catholic Schools,” Fr. Joseph Corpora and Luis Ricardo Fraga, to appear in THE JOURNAL OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION, 2016.
    • “The Promise and Potential of Two-Way Immersion,” THE JOURNAL OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION, 2016.

Matthew E.K. Hall

  • Peer Reviewed Articles

    • Hall, Matthew E. K. Forthcoming, 2016. “Judicial Review as a Limit on Government Domination: Reframing, Resolving, and Replacing the (Counter)Majoritarian Difficulty.” Perspectives on Politics.
    • Black, Ryan C., Matthew E.K. Hall, Eve Ringsmuth, and Ryan J. Owens. Forthcoming, 2016 “Examining the Influence of Briefs on the United States Supreme Court.” Journal of Law and Courts.
    • Windett, Jason H., Jeffrey J. Harden, and Matthew E.K. Hall. 2015. “Estimating Dynamic Ideal Points for State Supreme Courts.” Political Analysis 23(3):461-469.
    • Hall, Matthew E.K. and Joseph Daniel Ura. 2015. “Judicial Majoritarianism.” Journal of Politics 77(3):818-832.
    • Hall, Matthew E.K., Justin Kirkland, and Jason Harold Windett. 2015. “Holding Steady on Shifting Sands: Countermajoritarian Decision Making in the U.S. Courts of Appeals.” Public Opinion Quarterly 79(2):504-523.
    • Hall, Matthew E.K. and Jason Harold Windett. 2015. “Understanding Judicial Power: Divided Government, Institutional Thickness, and High Court Influence on State Incarceration.” Journal of Law and Courts 3(1):167-191.
    • Hall, Matthew E.K. 2015. “Testing Judicial Power: The Influence of the U.S. Supreme Court on Federal Incarceration.” American Politics Research 43(1):83-108.
  • Other

    • Hall, Matthew E.K. Forthcoming. “Judicial Impact.” In The Oxford Handbook of the Law and Judiciary, ed. Lee Epstein and Stefanie Lindquist. Oxford University Press.

Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr.

  • Publications

    • Ramey, Adam J., Jonathan D. Klingler, and Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr. Conditionally Accepted. “Measuring Elite Personality Using Speech.” Political Science Research and Methods.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., and Lawrence S. Rothenberg. Forthcoming. “The When and Why of Nominations: Determinants of Presidential Appointments.” American Politics Research.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. Forthcoming. “Presidential Appointments and Public Trust.” Presidential Studies Quarterly.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. 2015. “The Political Determinants of Ambassadorial Appointments.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 45(3):445–466.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. 2015. “Vacancies, Vetting, and Votes: A Unified Dynamic Model of the Appointments Process.” Journal of Theoretical Politics 27(2):206–236.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. 2015. “Naïve Cronyism and Neutral Competence: Patronage, Performance, and Policy Agreement in Executive Appointments.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25(2):341–372.
  • Working Papers and Projects

    • Ramey, Adam J., Jonathan D. Klingler, and Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr. More Than a Feeling: and Projects Personality, Polarization, and the Transformation of the U.S. Congress. Under advance contract with the University of Chicago Press; full book manuscript submitted.
    • Klingler, Jonathan D., Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr., and Adam J. Ramey. “Don’t Know What You Got: A Bayesian Hierarchical Model of Neuroticism and Nonresponse.” Revised and resubmitted to Political Science Research and Methods.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. “Presidential Appointments and Policy Priorities.” Under review.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr., Adam J. Ramey, and Jonathan D. Klingler. “Welcome to the Machine: A Model of Legislator Personality and Communications Technology Adoption.” Under review.
  • Works in Progress

    • Arnold, Jeffrey B., J. Tyson Chatagnier, and Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr. “Allegiance, Ability, Progress and Achievement in the American Civil War: Commander Traits and Battlefield Military Effectiveness.” To be presented in January 2016.
    • Klingler, Jonathan D., Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr., and Adam J. Ramey. “What I Like About You: Personality Trait Valence Versus Congruence as Determinants of Congressional Job Approval.” To be presented in January 2016.
    • Hollibaugh, Gary E., Jr. “The Incompetence Trap: The (Conditional) Irrelevance of Agency Expertise.” To be presented in April 2016.

Geoffrey C. Layman

  • Refereed Articles

    • Layman, Geoffrey C., and Christopher L. Weaver. 2016. “Religion and Secularism among American Party Activists.” Politics and Religion. Forthcoming.
  • Book Chapters

    • Campbell, David E., Geoffrey C. Layman, and John C. Green. 2016. “A Jump to the Right, A Step to the Left: Religion and Public Opinion.” In Adam Berinsky, ed., New Directions in Public Opinion, 2nd ed. New York: Routledge. Forthcoming.
  • Other Publications

    • Layman, Geoffrey C., David E. Campbell, John C. Green, and Jeremiah J. Castle. 2016. “Candidate Religion and Partisan Voting.” Contributed “Analyzing the Evidence Feature” for Theodore J. Lowi, Benjamin Ginsberg, Kenneth A. Shepsle, and Stephen Ansolabehere, American Government: Power and Purpose, 14th ed. New York: Norton.
  • Recent Conference Papers

    • Shufeldt, Gregory, Rosalyn Cooperman, Kimberly Conger, Geoffrey Layman, John C. Green, Richard Herrera, and Kerem Ozan Kalkan. 2016. “Group Commitment among Republican Factions: A Perspective from National Convention Delegates.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, San Juan.
    • Layman, Geoffrey C., and Thomas M. Carsey. 2015. “Is Conflict Still Extending? American Party Polarization in the Twenty-First Century.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.
    • Layman, Geoffrey C. 2015. “Religion and Secularism among American Party Activists.” Presented at the Conference on “Reaching Across the Aisles: Religious Alliances in American Politics, Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, England.
    • Conger, Kimberly H., Rosalyn Cooperman, John C. Green, Richard Herrera, Kerem Ozan Kalkan, Geoffrey C. Layman, and Gregory D. Shufeldt. 2015. “Demanding Policy: Purposive Goals and American Party Elites.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans.

Vincent Phillip Muñoz

  • Work in Progress

    • Book: Religious Liberty and the American Constitution: Original Meanings and Contemporary Adaptation Anticipated completion: 2017.
  • Forthcoming Publications

    • “Two Concepts of Religious Liberty: The Natural Rights and Moral Autonomy Approaches to the Free Exercise of Religion,” American Political Science Review. Anticipated publication: Spring 2016.
    • “If Religious Liberty Does Not Mean Exemptions, What Might It Mean? The Founders’ Constitutionalism of the Inalienable Rights of Religious Liberty,” Notre Dame Law Review. Anticipated publication: Spring 2016.
    • “How the Founders Agreed about Religious Freedom but Disagreed about the Separation of Church and State,” with Kevin Vance, in The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Politics in the U.S. Anticipated publication: Summer 2016.
    • “Religious Diversity, Conformity, and Conscience in the American Founding,” in Diversity, Conformity, and Conscience in Contemporary America, ed. Bradley Watson. Anticipated publication: Winter 2016/2017.
  • Books

    • Religious Liberty and The American Supreme Court: The Essential Cases & Documents Edited First Amendment church-state casebook designed for classroom and reference use. Rowman & Litttlefield, 2013. Revised edition, 2015.
  • Refereed Articles and Book Chapters

    • “Church & State in the Founding-era States” American Political Thought, v. 4, pp. 1-38, Winter 2015.
    • “The Founding Fathers’ Competing Visions for the Proper Separation of Church and State” In Religious Freedom in America: Constitutional Roots and Contemporary Challenges, ed. Allen D. Hertzke (University of Oklahoma Press, 2015), pp. 53-68 (adapted from previously published material).
  • Non-Refereed Book Chapters

    • “Thomas Jefferson’s Philosophy of Religious Freedom: The Political Philosophy of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom,” in The Crisis of Religious Liberty: Reflections from Law, History, and Catholic Social Thought, ed. Stephen Krason (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Litttlefield, 2015), pp. 49-66 (revised version of my Jefferson chapter in God and the Founders).
  • Recent Conference Papers

    • “Two Concepts of Religious Liberty: The Natural Rights and Moral Autonomy Approaches to the Free Exercise of Religion,” Montpelier/Smith Center for the Constitution. Orange, VA, July 2015.
    • “Religious Diversity, Conformity, and Conscience in the American Founding” St. Vincent College Conference on “Diversity, Conformity, and Conscience in Contemporary America,” April 2015.

Dianne Pinderhughes

  • Forthcoming Books

    • Black Politics After The Civil Rights Revolution. Routledge. Forthcoming 2015.
    • Race, Gender, and the Changing Face of Political Leadership in 21st Century America, Co-author with Sierra, Hardy-Fanta and Lien. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Benjamin Radcliff

  • Forthcoming Publications

    • Forthcoming. “Direct Democracy and Human Well-Being in the American States.” Social Indicators Research (with Gregory Shufeldt).
  • Selected Other Publications

    • Forthcoming (solicited). “Politics, Praxis, or Ideology? The New Science of Happiness” at Jacobin.
    • Feature Article (solicited). “A Happy State: What Political System Does Happiness Economics Support?” Aeon (17 September 2015).
    • Opinion Article. “What Makes Us Happier: Government or the Free Market?” (with Michael Krassa), Newsweek (September 11, 2015). [Also appeared at TheConverstation.com and other sources.]
    • Opinion article. “New Research Suggests that Workplace Organizing is Key to Overall Well-Being” (with Sean McElwee), The American Prospect (July 16, 2015).
    • Opinion article (solicited) “Unhappy Pursuit: Right-to-Work Laws Imperil All” (with Patrick Flavin and Greg Shufledt), Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (May 15, 2015).
    • Opinion article “The Middle Class Benefit when Low-Wage Workers Get a Fair Share” (with Michael Krassa), USA Today (April 15, 2015). [syndicated column.]
    • Opinion article. “Higher Minimum Wages Are Associated with Greater Financial Well-Being” (with Michael Krassa), London School of Economics American Politics and Policy (USAPP) blog (March 21, 2015).
  • Recent Media Appearances

    • Interviewed for The American Prospect on “Voter Turnout and Decline and Income Inequality” (Jan, 2015).

Ricardo Ramirez

  • Book Chapters

    • Ramirez, Ricardo and Carmen Burlingame. Forthcoming. "The Unique Career Path of Latina Legislators, 1990-2010" in Nadia E. Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon eds., Distinct Identities: Minority Women in U.S. Politics. Routledge Press.
    • Lorena Castro, Felix, Adrian, and Ricardo Ramirez. 2015. “The Limits of Latinidad? Immigration Attitudes Across Latino National Origin Groups” in Kyle L. Kreider and Thomas J. Baldino (eds.) Minority Voting in the United States. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
    • Ramírez, Ricardo, Evan Bacalao, Edelmira P. Garcia, Rani Narula-Woods, and Clayton Rosa. 2015. “Proactive, Reactive, and Tactical: Mobilizing the Latino Vote in 2012.” In Gabriel R. Sanchez (ed.), Latinos and the 2012 Election: The New Face of the American Voter. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
  • Conference Papers

    • Luis R. Fraga and Ricardo Ramírez. 2015. “Access, Integration, and Social Rights: State and National Policy Choices in U.S. Immigration Policy” Paper presented at the “Transnational Migration in Comparative Perspective: Italy and the United States,” Rome, Italy October 21–23, 2015.
    • Ramírez, Ricardo and Carmen Burlingame. 2015. “The Pipeline of Latinas in Politics: The Trajectory of Hispanic Women Elected Officials” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, September 3-6, 2015.
    • Ramírez, Ricardo and Carmen Burlingame. 2015. “The Pipeline of Latinas in Politics: The Trajectory of Hispanic Women Elected Officials” Paper presented at the Siglo XXI: Inter-University Program for Latino Research (IUPLR) Fifth Biennial Conference, Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame, April 23-25, 2015.
    • Ramírez, Ricardo and Carmen Burlingame. 2015. “The Pipeline of Latinas in Politics: The Trajectory of Hispanic Women Elected Officials” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, January 15-17.

Christina Wolbrecht

  • Books

    • J. Kevin Corder and Christina Wolbrecht. 2016. Counting Women’s Ballots: Female Voters from Suffrage Through the New Deal. New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
  • Works In Progress

    • J. Kevin Corder and Christina Wolbrecht. A Century of Votes for Women. Book project in progress.
    • J. Kevin Corder and Christina Wolbrecht. “Disappointed Hopes? Female Voters and the 1924 Progressive Surge.” In 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Activism, eds. Lee Ann Banaszak and Holly J. McCammon. Under review.
    • David E. Campbell and Christina Wolbrecht. “Soldiers and Spouses: Policy Debates and the Growing Acceptance of Homosexuality in the United States.” In progress.
    • David E. Campbell and Christina Wolbrecht. “Revisiting the Role Model Effect: Do Female Candidates Have a Lasting Effect on Political Engagement?” Paper in preparation for the Symbolic Representation: Groups and Representation in Contemporary Democratic Politics conference, Arizona State University, February 2016.
    • Christina Wolbrecht. Ideas About Interests: Explaining Party Change. Book project in progress.

Michael P. Zuckert

  • Articles and Chapters

    • The Separation of Powers” in S Adam Seagrave,ed., Liberty and Equality: the American Conversation University Press of Kansas pp.163-179.
    • “On the Esoteric Boomerang Effect,” (with Catherine Zuckert) Perspectives on Political Science, vol. 44, no. 3.
    • “Strauss: Hermeneutics or Esotericism?” (With Catherine Zuckert) in Jeff Malpas and HansHelmuth Gander eds., The Routledge Companion to Hermeneutics, Routledge, 2015.