"[with Muhammad Ali Kadivar, Neil Ketchley, and Abolfazl Sotoudeh-Sherbaf]"Online calls for protest and offline mobilization in autocracies: evidence from the 2017 Dey Protests in Iran" European Sociological Review. 2024. link. pdf.


"[with Roberto Cerina, Neil Ketchley, Aaron Zelin]"Explaining Recruitment to Extremism: A Bayesian Hierarchical Case-Control Approach" Political Analysis. 2023. link. pdf. replication materials.


"The Process of Revolutionary Protest: Development and Democracy in the Tunisian Revolution" Perspectives on Politics. 2023. link. pdf. replication materials.


"Did the Musk Takeover Boost Contentious Actors on Twitter?" Harvard Misinformation Review. 2023. link. pdf. replication materials.


[with Thomas G. Fleming and Sam Rowan] "Does Protest Influence Political Speech? Evidence from UK Climate Protest, 2017-2019." British Journal of Political Science. 2023. link. pdf. replication materials.


"Burnings, Beatings, and Bombings: Disaggregating Anti-Christian Violence in Egypt, 2013–2018." Perspectives on Politics. 2022. link. pdf. replication materials.


"Sect, Nation, and Identity after the Fall of Mosul: Evidence from a Natural Experiment." American Journal of Sociology. 127(3):695-738. 2021. link. pdf. replication materials.


[with Arun Frey] "Faces in the Crowd: Twitter as Alternative to Protest Surveys." PLOS ONE. 16(11):1-18. 2021. link. replication materials.


"Political sociology in a time of protest." Current Sociology. 2021. link. pdf. replication materials.


[with Justin Chun-ting Ho] "academictwitteR: an R package to access the Twitter Academic Research Product Track v2 API endpoint." Journal of Open Source Software. 6(62):3272. 2021. link. software archive.


[with Alexandra A. Siegel] "Kingdom of Trolls? Influence Operations in the Saudi Twittersphere." Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media. 1(1):1-41. 2021. link. pdf. replication materials.


"Searching Racism after George Floyd" Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World. 2020. link. replication materials.


[with Michael Biggs and Kenneth T. Andrews] "Did Local Civil Rights Protest Liberalize Whites’ Racial Attitudes?" Research & Politics. 2020. link. replication materials.


[with Neil Ketchley] "Fridays of Revolution: Focal Days and Mass Protest in Egypt and Tunisia." Political Research Quarterly. 2019. 73(2):308-324. link. replication materials.


[with Neil Ketchley] "Opportunity without Organization: Labour Mobilization in Egypt after the 25th January Revolution." Mobilization. 2018. 23(2):181-202. link.


"The contentious politics of nationalism and the anti-naturalization campaign in Tunisia, 1932-1933." Nations and Nationalism. 2017. 23(4):707-725. link