“Mass Mobilization in China and Russia: From Unexpected Victories to Unintended Consequences,” Russian Politics, 3(4). 2018.
“A Tale of Two Laws: Managing Foreign Agents and Overseas NGOs in Russia and China.” In Valerie J. Bunce, Karrie J. Koesel, and Jessica C. Weiss, eds., Citizens & the State in Authoritarian Regimes: Comparing Russia & China. Oxford University Press (under contract).
“Protecting Cultural Heritage: Unexpected Successes for Environmental Movements in China and Russia.” In Carol Hager and Mary Alice Haddad, eds., NIMBY is Beautiful: Cases of Local Activism and Environmental Innovation Around the World. NY: Berghahn Books. 2015.
Book Manuscript in Preparation Friends or Foes?: Authoritarian Politics and Environmental Activism in China and Russia Book workshop held at Harvard Kennedy School on May 23, 2019 Workshop participants: Diana Fu, Laura Henry, Anthony Saich, Jessica Teets Target proposal submission date: October 2019 Works in Progress
“Why Autocrats Sometimes Relax Censorship: Signaling Government Responsiveness on Chinese Social Media.” with Christopher Cairns (Revise & resubmit)
“Not All NGOs Are Treated Equal: Selectivity in Civil Society Management in China and Russia.” (Manuscript in preparation for journal submission )
“Voice after Exit: How Russian Environmentalists Mobilize Support in Exile.” with Laura Henry (updating draft and adding interviews, Summer 2019)
“Should We Stay or Should We Go?: How International Foundations Respond to Restrictions in Authoritarian Contexts.” (Conference draft)
“Book Review: Ellen Mickiewicz, No Illusions: The Voices of Russia’s Future Leaders,” The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review, 42(2). 2015.