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Davis, B. (2022). The Politics of Racial Abjection. DuBois Review: Social Science Research on Race, 1- 20. doi:10.1017/S1742058X22000182
Davis, B. (2021). Feeling Politics: Carceral Contact, Well-Being and Participation. Policy Studies Journal. 49(2), 591-615
Davis, B. (2021). Predation in State and Nation. Race and Justice, 11(2), 205-225
Davis, B. (2020). Testing Mechanisms: Carceral Contact and Political Participation. Social Science Quarterly. 101(2), 909-924
Davis, B. (2019). Are Majority Minority Districts Too Safe?: A look at the Alabama State Legislature. DuBois Review: Social Science Research on Race. 16(1), 157-175
(Forthcoming) “Criminal Justice in State and Nation.” Chapter 10 in T. Kousser, C. Tolbert, and J. Michener, eds., Politics in the American States: A comparative analysis. 12th Edition, Congressional Quarterly Press.
(Forthcoming) "Predatory States and Predacious Institutions" in F. Rojas and C. Stern, eds. Freedom is a Social Process.
(Forthcoming) “Race and Social Justice” Chapter 34 in Routledge Handbook on
Classical Liberalism, eds. R. Epstein, M. Rizzo, and L. Palagashvili.
(Forthcoming) "Liberty is for Everyone" in Marginalized Groups and the Market Processes, ed., D. D'Amico and A. Martin, eds.
Davis, B. (2022). The Ethics of Policing: New Perspectives on Law Enforcement. Edited by Ben Jones and Eduardo Mendieta. New York: New York University Press, 2021. 311p. $99.00 cloth, $35.00 paper. Perspectives on Politics, 20(1), 330-331.doi:10.1017/S1537592721003777
(Forthcoming) A Political Economy of Justice. Edited by Danielle Allen, Yochai Benkler, Leah Downey, Rebecca Henderson, and Josh Simons. Chicago, Il: The University of Chicago Press, 2022. 400p. $110.00 cloth, $35.00 paper. American Political Thought.
Carceral Classrooms: Gendered Pathways into the Welfare State (R&R)
Incarceration in State and Nation
Faith, Race, and Immigration: Religiosity and Racial Resentment
Social Welfare Receipt, Race, and Participatory Behavior
Race of Prosecutors and Adjudication Outcomes
Carceral Contact, Trust, and Participation
Policing Queerness: LGBTQ+ and Carceral Contact
Antigone: Autonomy and the State
We Dare Defend Our Rights: The Alabama Democratic Conference
NSF CAREER: We Dare Defend Our Rights: The Political Use of Law in the Enforcement of Voting Rights (Funded - $483, 302/5 years)
EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Program Track-1. Adaptive and Resilient Infrastructure driven by Social Equity (ARISE). (Senior Personnel). (Funded: $20,000,000)
Center for Governance and Markets, University of Pittsburgh. 2021. “We Dare Defend Our Rights: The Alabama Democratic Conference” (Funded - $8,318)
Federal Statistical Research Data Center
Pending Data Proposal