1. “What drives support for separatism? Exposure to conflict and relative ethnic size in Biafra, Nigeria.” Nations and Nationalism.
  2. “Proximate Exposure to Conflict and the Spatiotemporal Correlates of Social Trust.” Political Psychology. With Sedef Topal.
  3. Repression and bystander mobilization in Africa.Social Movement Studies.
  4. “Territorial origins of center-seeking and self-determination claims in Africa.” with Mike Widmeier. Political Geography. Volume 94, April 2022.
  5. “Signals, strongholds, and support: political party protests in South Africa.” 2020. Politics. Volume: 41 issue: 2, 189-206.
  6. “Corruption Perceptions and Contentious Politics.” 2020. Political Studies Review. Volume: 19 issue: 2, 227-244.
  7. From Rallies to Riots: Why Some Protests Become Violent” with Brandon Ives. 2020. Journal of Conflict Resolution. Volume: 64 issue: 5, 958-986.

Monographs & Whitepapers

  1. The role of trust in mobilization and nonviolent discipline: Civil resistance evidence from Africa” Peer-reviewed monograph. International Center on Nonviolent Conflict. 2021.
  2. “How does exposure to conflict events shape social trust? A spatiotemporal approach.With Sedef Topal. Afrobarometer Working Paper 189.