Publications

♦ Co-author of peer-reviewed, book-length written content for “Slavery and the Constitution,” an online course for the Center for the Constitution at James Madison’s Montpelier, forthcoming.

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♦ “The Right to Revolution,” an entry in The Encyclopedia of American Governance, Macmillan, forthcoming.

♦ “Courting Public Opinion: James Madison’s Strategy for Resisting Federal Usurpations,” a chapter in What Would Madison Do? The Father of the Constitution Meets Modern American Politics, edited by Benjamin Wittes and Pietro Nivola (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press), 2015, a joint project of Montpelier’s Center for the Constitution and the Brookings Institute.

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♦ Author of peer-reviewed, book-length content for an online course, “The Creation of the Constitution,” for the Center for the Constitution at James Madison’s Montpelier, released in 2015.

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♦ Wrote supplementary content for Montpelier’s Pocket Constitution (Introduction, “Biographies of a Few Prominent Framers,” and “Constitutional Conversations: The American Founders Explain America’s Constitution”), 2013.

♦ “Locke’s Latent Sovereign,” a chapter in Executive Power in Theory and Practice, Hugh Liebert, et al, eds. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan), 2012.

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♦ Author of peer-reviewed book-length content, with Stuart Harris, for an online course on The Bill of Rights, for the Center for the Constitution at James Madison’s Montpelier, 2012.

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♦ Contributed to and edited content for an online course, “Introduction to the Constitution,” for the Center for the Constitution at James Madison’s Montpelier, 2011.