American Constitutionalism, American Politics, Constitutional Law, Economic Incentives, Government and the Environment, Immigration Policy, Population Policy, Representation, Shakespeare Authorship, Smog Policy, Supreme Court, Voting Rights
“Shakespeare’s Vocabulary: Did it Dwarf all Others?” chapter in Mireille Ravassat and Jonathan Culpeper, eds., Stylistics and Shakespeare's Language - Transdisciplinary Approaches (London: Continuum Press, 2011).
“Glass Slippers and Seven-League Boots: C-Prompted Doubts About Ascribing A Funeral Elegy and A Lover's Complaint to Shakespeare.” With Robert J. Valenza. 48 Shakespeare Quarterly 177 (June 1997)
“And Then There Were None: Winnowing the Shakespeare Claimants,” January 1996. With Robert J. Valenza. Summary of 1992-94 Shakespeare Clinics' final report, 30 Computers and the Humanities 191 (April 1996)
The Rise of Guardian Democracy; The Supreme Court's Role in Voting Rights Disputes, 1845-1969