“Seeing Like a Student: What Nairobi Youth Think about Politics, the State & the Future,” with Daphna Harel, Dana Burde, Jennifer Hill & Simon Grinsted. (under pre-review).

Education at the Intersection of Conflict and Peace: The Inclusion and Framing of Education Provisions in African Peace Agreements from 1975-2017,” with Emily Dunlop. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 2019, 49(4) 1-21.

How Theories of Change Can Improve Education Programming and Evaluation in Conflict-Affected Contexts,” with Chrissie Monaghan. Comparative Education Review 2018, 62(3): 365-384.

What Kenyan Youth Want and Why it Matters for Peace.African Studies Review 2018, 61(1): 134-157.
*winner of the CIES 2019 Joyce Cain Award

Minorities and Mistrust: On the Adoption of Ethnic Recognition to Manage Conflict,” with Cyrus Samii. Journal of Peace Research 2018, 55(3): 289-304.

Fast-Track Institution Building in Conflict-Affected Countries? Insights from Recent Field Experiments,” with Cyrus Samii. World Development 2014, 64: 740-754.

Violent Conflicts and Natural Disasters: The Case for Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue,” with John Mutter. Third World Quarterly 2014 35(7): 123–139.

A ‘New’ Agenda for Peace: 20 years later,” with Robert O. Matthews. International Journal 2012. 67(2): 275-293.

Tools for Enhancing Interdisciplinary Communication,” with Leigh Winowiecki, Sean Smukler, Kenneth Shirley, Roseline Remans, Gretchen Peltier, Erin Lothes, Liza Comita, Sandra Baptista, & Leontine Alkema. 2011, Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 2011, 7(1): 74-80.

Memory Controversies in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Implications for Peacebuilding.” Genocide Studies and Prevention 2010, 5(3): 293-308.

Interventions to Promote Social Cohesion in Sub-Saharan Africa,” with Cyrus Samii and Birte Snilstveit. 2010, Journal of Development Effectiveness 2010, 2(3): 336-72. Also available, along with the methods protocol, on the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) website.

From data problems to data points: challenges and opportunities of research in post-genocide Rwanda.” African Studies Review 2009, 52(3): 127-48.

"Educating for Conflict or Peace: Challenges and Dilemmas in Post-Conflict Rwanda." International Journal 2005, LX (4): 904-918.