The Burden of War: Socioeconomic Backgrounds of US Military Casualties and Recruits Post 9/11, Georgetown University, 2015.
Casualty Assistance Center Study, Office of Economic Manpower Analysis (OEMA), United States Military Academy, September 8, 2016.
War Casualties and Voting Behavior in Rural America. To be presented at the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society’s 2017 Annual Conference in Reston, VA. November 2017.
Proximity to War Costs and Attitudes toward the Use of Force. Co-authored research project that surveys cadets at West Point as well as a national-level survey of Americans. Survey to take place in summer of 2017. Paper to be presented at the American Political Science Association (APSA) annual meeting (September 2017).
Conference Paper: Rich Man’s War, Middle-Class Man’s Fight? Socioeconomic Backgrounds of US Army casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan, panel presentation (Title: Hidden Inequalities”) at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Annual Conference. April 8, 2016.
Conference Paper: The Burden of War: Socioeconomic Backgrounds of US Military Casualties after 9/11, presented at the 2017 Southern Political Science Association Annual Conference. Panel title: "The Politics of Inequality in the Contemporary U.S." January 2017.