“What Can We Learn from History?: Competing Approaches to Historical Methodology and the Weberian Alternative of Reflexive Understanding” Polity, 54(4) (October 2022). link
“The Utility of a Comparative Area Studies framework for Historical Analysis” Qualitative and Multi-Method Research, Forthcoming Vol. 18. No 1.
“Multi-Method Research and Democratization Studies: Intellectual Bridges Among Islands of Specialization”Democratization, Vol 26:1 (2018) 97-139).
“When Multi-Method Research Subverts Methodological Pluralism: Or Why We Still Need Single Method Research” with Rudra Sil, Perspectives on Politics (December 2012)10.4: 935-953.
“Is Multi-Method Research Really Better?” with Rudra Sil, Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section Newsletter, Fall 2009.
In Progress Work
“The Commensurability Question: The U.S. in a Comparative Area Studies Framework” with Fatih Cetin (Article manuscript)
“Comparative Historical Analysis and Comparative Area Studies” (Invited Article Manuscript)
“History as Method: Competing Approaches to Historical Methodology and the Search for a Middle Ground” (Article Manuscript)