For full citation information, please refer to my curriculum vitae.
Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals
“Blogging in the Political Science Classroom,” written with Michelle L. Dion. Appeared in PS: Political Science and Politics, January 2010.
“Of Shirking, Outliers, and Statistical Artifacts: Lame-Duck Legislators and Support for Impeachment.” Appeared in Political Research Quarterly, March 2007. The final manuscript is available here.
“2006 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference: Teaching Research Methods Track Summary,” written with Amy Brandon, Mitchell Brown, and Jennifer van Heerde. Appeared in the July 2006 edition of PS: Political Science and Politics.
Lawrence, Christopher N. and Scott H. Huffmon. 2012. “Incumbency, Influence, and Race: Redistricting, South Carolina Style.” In William J. Miller and Jeremy D. Walling, eds., The Election’s Mine—I Draw the Line: The Political Battle over Congressional Redistricting at the State Level. Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books.
Book review of Democratization in America: A Comparative-Historical Analysis. Forthcoming in The American Review of Politics, Fall 2010/Winter 2011 issue.
“Regime Stability and Presidential Government: The Legacy of Authoritarian Rule, 1951-90”; revised version of a paper presented at the 2001 Sigma Xi Research Week at the University of Mississippi. (An almost completely rewritten version of this paper; the data used for this analysis is an augmented version of the ACLP data set. Updated as of 18 November 2001.) Published in translation in Ойкумена (Oikumene), the journal of the Ukrainian National Institute for Strategic Studies, Issue 5, 2007.
“Quantian: A Comprehensive Scientific Computing Environment,” written with Dirk Eddelbuettel. Appeared in the Fall 2005 issue of The Political Methodologist.