|2007|| Ski areas, weather and climate: time series models for New England case studies.
International Journal of Climatology.
|2004|| Introducing methods of sociological inquiry using living-data exercises.
|2003|| West Greenland's cod-to-shrimp transition: Local dimensions of climatic change.
|2003|| The Decline of Industrial Unionism in the Meatpacking Industry: Event-Structure Analyses of Labor Unrest, 1946–1987.
Work and Occupations.
|2003|| Warming winters and New Hampshire’s lost ski areas: an integrated case study.
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy.
|2000|| The Role of Employers in Split Labor Markets: An Event-Structure Analysis of Racial Conflict and AFL Organizing, 1917-1919.
|2000|| Strategic Labor Organizing in the Era of Industrial Transformation: A Comparative Analysis of Steel and Coal, 1870–1916.
Review of Radical Political Economics.
|1999|| The Scope of General Theory: Methods for Linking Inductive and Deductive Comparative History.
Sociological Methods and Research.
|1998|| Racial Conflict and Split Labor Markets: The AFL Campaign to Organize Iron and Steel Workers in 1918–19.
Social Science History.
|1997|| Ethnic Conflict and Political Violence: A Cross-National Analysis.
Journal of Political and Military Sociology.
|1997|| Mobilizing Interracial Solidarity: A Comparison of the 1919 and 1937 Steel Industry Labor Organizing Drives.
|1995|| Strikebreaking or Solidarity in the Great Steel Strike of 1919: A Split Labor Market, Game-Theoretic, and QCA Analysis.
American Journal of Sociology.
|2016|| Water Concerns Unite Citizen Activists: A Community Rights Movement Transcends Age, Party, and Gender
|2014|| Racial Conflicts and Violence in the Labor Market Roots in the 1919 Steel Strike
|2006|| Racial Competition and Class Solidarity
|2012|| Poverty in the United States