PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Reid, Rebecca A. Forthcoming 2021. “Retaining Women Faculty: The Problem of Invisible Labor.” PS: Political Science & Politics.
Reid, Rebecca A., and Todd A. Curry. 2021. “Explaining Indigenous Peoples’ Success in State Supreme Courts: Party Capability, Judicial Selection, and Representation.” Journal of Law and Courts. <https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/712650>.
Johnson, Susan, and Rebecca A. Reid. 2020. “Speaking Up: Women and Dissenting Behavior in the Supreme Court of Canada.” The Justice System Journal 43 (3): 191-219.
Reid, Rebecca A., Susanne Schorpp, and Susan W. Johnson. 2019. “Trading Liberties for Security: Groupthink, Gender, and 9/11 Effects on U.S. Appellate Decision Making.” American Politics Research 48 (3): 402- 413.
Reid, Rebecca A. and Todd A. Curry. 2019. “Are We There Yet?: Addressing Diversity in Political Science Subfields.” PS: Political Science & Politics (April) 52 (2): 281-286.
Schorpp, Susanne, and Rebecca Reid. 2017. “The Differential Effect of War on Liberal and Conservative Judges on the U.S. Courts of Appeals.” Journal of Law and Courts 5 (1): 1-31.
Randazzo, Kirk, Douglas Gibler, and Rebecca Reid. 2016. “Examining the Development of Judicial Independence.” Political Research Quarterly 69 (3): 583-593.
Reid, Rebecca and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2016. “Statutory Language and the Separation of Powers.” The Justice System Journal 37 (3): 246- 258.
Songer, Donald R., Miroslava Radieva, and Rebecca Reid. 2016. “Gender Diversity in the Intermediate Appellate Courts of Canada.” The Justice System Journal 37 (1): 4-19.
Reid, R. A. and Reid, A. K. 2005. “Route finding by rats in an open arena.” Behavioural Processes, 68, 51-67.
PEER-REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS
Cardenas, Alan, and Rebecca A. Reid. (Forthcoming). “Courts as Colonizers or Protectors? First Nations Before the Mexican Supreme Court.” Open Judicial Politics: An Empirical Reader. 2nd ed. Oregon State University Open Textbook Initiative.
Picado, Jonathan, and Rebecca A. Reid. (Forthcoming). “Mother Nature, Lady Justice:Ecofeminism and Judicial Decision-making.” Open Judicial Politics: An Empirical Reader. 2nd ed. Oregon State University Open Textbook Initiative.
Reid, Rebecca A. 2020. “Human Rights and Court Activism in the Mexican Supreme Court.” Open Judicial Politics: An Empirical Reader. Oregon State University Open Textbook Initiative. doi: 10.5399/osu/1118.< https://open.oregonstate.education/open-judicial-politics/chapter/reid/>
Reid, Rebecca A., and Kirk A. Randazzo. 2020. “High Courts and International Norms Institutionalization.” Open Judicial Politics: An Empirical Reader. Oregon State University Open Textbook Initiative. doi:10.5399/osu/1118. < https://open.oregonstate.education/open-judicial-politics/chapter/reid-2/>
Reid, Rebecca A., and Todd A. Curry. 2019. “Conflicts in Indigenous Law: TheImpact of Courts and Federalism in the United States and Common Law Nations.” In Research Handbook on Law and Courts. Susan Sterett and Lee Walker (eds). Edward Elgar: 351- 364.
Reid, Rebecca A. 2017. “Turning to Regional Courts: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights” in the Handbook of Judicial Behavior, Kirk A. Randazzo and Bob Howard (eds.). Routledge Press: 491- 508.
Randazzo, Kirk A., and Rebecca Reid. 2016. “Statutory Interpretation and the Chief Justice: Activism or Judicial Discretion?” in The Chief Justice: Appointment and Influence, David J. Danelski and Artemus Ward (eds.). University of Michigan Press: 330- 354.
Reid, Rebecca, Susan Achury, and Jessica Stone. 2020. “Dismantling Legacies of Oppression in Academia.” APSA Law & Courts Newsletter 30 (2): 13- 18.
Reid, Rebecca, and Monica Lineberger. 2020. “Introducing Comparative Law and Courts Network and Listserv.” APSA Law & Courts Newsletter 30 (2): 27.
Reid, Rebecca A., and Todd A. Curry. 2020. “Native Americans Won an Unusual Legal Victory at the Supreme Court. Congress Could Undo It.” The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post. July 29, 2020. <https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/07/29/native-americans-won-an-unusual-legal-victory-supreme-court-congress-could-undo-it/>.
Reid, Rebecca A. 2020. “State Responsibility under the Indian Child Welfare Act: The People of the State of Colorado, In the interest of K.C. and L.C., Children, and Concerning D.C. (2020)” The Justice System Journal 42 (1): 185- 188.
Reid, Rebecca A., Paul M. Collins, Jr., Todd A. Curry, Rebecca D. Gill, and Michael K. Romano. 2020. “Inclusivity in Law and Courts.” APSA Law & Courts Newsletter 30 (1): 8- 14.
Reid, Rebecca, Susanne Schorpp, and Susan Johnson. 2020. “Why More Diverse Courts May be Better for Civil Liberties in Times of War.” LSE USAPP < https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/usappblog/2020/02/17/why-more-diverse-courts-may-be-better-for-civil-liberties-in-times-of-war/>.
Reid, Rebecca A. Summer 2020. Review of Stephan Stohler’s Reconstructing Rights: Courts, Parties, and Equality Rights in India, South Africa, and the United States. Cambridge University Press, 2019. Political Science Quarterly 135 (1): 362- 364.
Reid, Rebecca A., and Todd Curry. 2019. “The White Man Template and Academic Bias: ‘Legitimate’ Pursuits of Knowledge are Expressions of Power.” Inside Higher Ed. April 12, 2019.<https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2019/04/12/how-white-male-template-produces-barriers-minority-scholars-throughout-their>.
Reid, Rebecca A. 2018. Review of Dewi Ioan Bell’s The Erosion of Tribal Power: The Supreme Court’s Silent Revolution. University of Oklahoma Press, 2016. Law & Politics Book Review 28 (4): 52-55.
Curry, Todd A., and Rebecca A. Reid. 2017. “Trump is Being Sued to Stop Him From Shrinking Bears Ears National Monument by 85 Percent. Who Will Win?” The Monkey Cage, The Washington Post. December 11, 2017.<https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2017/12/11/trump-is-being-sued-to-stop-him-from-shrinking-bears-ears-national-monument-by-85-percent-who-will-win/>.
Curry, Todd, Rebecca A. Reid, and Erica Rodarte. 2017. “The 2016 Law and Courts Demographic Survey.” APSA Law & Courts Newsletter 27 (1): 10-12.