Plantan, Elizabeth. 2020. “A Tale of Two Laws: Managing Foreign Agents and Overseas NGOs in Russia and China.” In Karrie J. Koesel, Valerie J. Bunce, and Jessica C. Weiss, eds., Citizens and the State in Authoritarian Regimes: Comparing China and Russia. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Plantan, Elizabeth. 2015. “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. New York, NY: Berghahn Books.
Book Manuscript in Preparation Friends or Foes?: Authoritarian Politics and Environmental Activism in China and Russia Status: Proposal submitted
Works in Progress
“Why Autocrats Sometimes Relax Censorship: Signaling Government Responsiveness on Chinese Social Media.” with Christopher Cairns (Revise & resubmit)
“Environmental Activism & Party Politics in Electoral Authoritarian Russia.” (Conference draft; preparing for submission in Summer 2022)
“Disappearing Research: Academic Censorship in Chinese Universities” with Ning Leng (Conference draft, additional data collection in Summer 2022)
“Should We Stay or Should We Go?: How International Foundations Respond to Restrictions in Authoritarian Contexts.” (Conference draft)
“Book Review: Libman, Alexander, and Michael Rochlitz. Federalism in China and Russia: Story of Success and Story of Failure," Russian Review, 80(2). 2021.
“Book Review: Ellen Mickiewicz, No Illusions: The Voices of Russia’s Future Leaders,” The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review, 42(2). 2015.
“Putin Called Fleeing Russians 'Traitors.' Who's Actually Leaving?” (with Laura Henry) The Washington Post. 31 March 2022.
“Opportunities and Constraints for Civil Society in China.” Harvard Ash Center CommuniquéMagazine. 8 December 2021.