Selected articles

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“Institutional Bargaining for Democratic Theorists (or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Haggling).” With Jack Knight. Annual Review of Political Science 23:259-276 (2020).

Justifying the Jury: Reconciling Justice, Equality, and Democracy.” American Political Science Review. August 2018, 112:3, 446-485.

Aristotle and the Judgment of the Many: Equality, Not Collective Quality.” Journal of Politics. July 2016,  78:3, 733-745.

Epistemic Democracy and Its Challenges.” Annual Review of Political Science 18: 187-203. (2015).

Was the graphe paranomon a form of judicial review?Cardozo Law Review, Symposium Issue on “Constitutionalism, Ancient and Modern.” 34 Cardozo L.R. 1049 (2013).

Should Progressive Constitutionalism Embrace Popular Constitutionalism?Ohio State Law Journal, 2010-2011 Symposium Issue on “Reflections on Progressive Constitutionalism: Theory, Practice, and Critique.” 72 Ohio State L.J. 1295 (2011).

Shouts, Murmurs and Votes: Acclamation and Aggregation in Ancient Greece.” Journal of Political Philosophy. December 2010, 18:4, 448-468.

The Arbitrariness of Supermajority RulesSocial Science Information [special issue on collective decision-making rules]. March 2010, 49:1, 61-82.

Norms, Minorities, and Collective Choice Online.” With Henry Farrell. Ethics and International Affairs. Winter 2009, 22:4, 357-368.

Voting the General Will: Rousseau on Decision Rules.” Political Theory. June 2008, 36:3, 403-423.

Jeremy Bentham on Fallibility and Infallibility.” Journal of the History of Ideas. October 2007, 68:4, 563-585.

Vox Populi, Vox Dei, Vox Sagittae.” With Forrest Maltzman and Lee Sigelman. PS: Political Science and Politics. April 2006, 39:2, 297-301.

Athenian Democracy and Legal Change.” American Political Science Review. May 2004, 98:2, 311-325.

Rousseau on Fundamental Law.” Political Studies. June 2003, vol. 51, 387-403.