Peer-Reviewed Articles:

8. “Critical Theory and North American Indigenous Thinking.” European Journal of Political Theory. Forthcoming.

7. “Modern Constitutionalism, Treaty Federalism, Indigenous Peoples, and the Problem of Envy.” Politics and Poetics. Forthcoming.

6. “Indigenous Sovereignty, Common Law, and Natural Law.” American Journal of Political Science. Vol. 00, No. 0, January 2023, Pp. 1–13.

5. “From Navajo ‘Holy Wind’ to Spinoza’s Divine Nature: Viola Cordova’s Comparative Approach to Indigenous Thought.” Journal of Politics. Forthcoming.

4. “To Hell with Both of You: the Dantean Roots of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”
The Political Science Reviewer. Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 170-197. 2022.

3. “Nothing Short of Murder: How Civilian Leaders Can Diminish Military Capacities.” Security Studies. Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 318-350. 2022.

2. “Petites Histoires, Meta-perspective: Meaning and Narrative in Julian Barnes.” Papers on Language and Literature. Vol. 57, No. 3, pp. 275-301. 2021.

1. “Coming into the Country: An Arendtian Analysis of Nationalism and Narrative.” Arendt Studies. Vol. 4, pp.153-175. 2020.                                                


Book Reviews:

  1. Theft is Property! by Robert Nichols. St. Anthony’s International Review. Spring 2021.