Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
- 2013: Gohdes, Anita and Megan Price ‘First Things First: Assessing Data Quality before Model Quality’, Journal of Conflict Resolution.
- 2012: Landman, Todd, Kernohan, David and Anita Gohdes ‘Relativizing Human Rights’, Journal of Human Rights.
- 2013: ‘Multiple recapture techniques for estimating casualties in armed conflict’, with Daniel Manrique-Vallier and Megan Price. In Taylor Seybolt, Baruch Fischhoff, and Jay Aronson (eds) Counting Civilian Casualties. An Introduction to Recording and Estimating Nonmilitary Deaths in Conflict, pp.77-93. New York: Oxford University Press.
- 2013: ‘A matter of convenience: challenges of non-random data in analyzing human rights violations in Peru and Sierra Leone’, with Todd Landman. In Taylor Seybolt, Baruch Fischhoff, and Jay Aronson (eds) Counting Civilian Casualties. An Introduction to Recording and Estimating Nonmilitary Deaths in Conflict, pp. 165-82. New York: Oxford University Press.
- 2013: Book Review: Insincere Commitments: Human Rights Treaties, Abusive States and Citizen Activism, by Heather Smith-Cannoy (2012), Journal of Peace Research 50(2): 259-64.
- 2013: Book Review: Campaigning for Justice: Human Rights Advocacy in Practice, by Jo Becker (2013), Journal of Peace Research 50(4): 533-39.
- 2010: ‘Different convenience samples, different stories: The case of Sierra Leone’ (2010),The Human Rights Data Analysis Group at Benetech, Palo Alto.
- Sabine Carey participating in a workshop on large scale data in contentious politics
- Sabine Carey new Vice Dean of the School of Social Sciences
- Guest blog post on Analyzing Patterns in Conflict Data
- Updated Links
- Adam Scharpf researching at the University of Essex
- Upcoming Conference Presentations at the ISA and MPSA
- Workshop at Mannheim Forum
- Guest blog post on “Protest and the Outsourcing of State Repression”
- New Publication on Pro-Government Militias
- Excursion to RAF Exhibition in Stuttgart