Smith, Nicholas Rush. Resisting Rights: Vigilantism and the Contradictions of Democratic State Formation in Post-Apartheid South Africa. (Manuscript in Progress)
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Simmons, Erica and Nicholas Rush Smith. “Comparison with an Ethnographic Sensibility.” PS: Political Science and Politics. (Forthcoming)
Smith, Nicholas Rush. 2016. “New Times Demand Old Magic: Necklacing Past and Present.” In Global Lynching and Collective Violence: Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Michael Pfeifer, Ed. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press. (Forthcoming)
Slater, Dan and Nicholas Rush Smith. 2016. “The Power of Counterrevolution: Elitist Origins of Political Order in Postcolonial Asia and Africa.” American Journal of Sociology. 121 (5): 1472-1516.
Smith, Nicholas Rush. 2015. “Rejecting Rights: Vigilantism and Violence in Post-Apartheid South Africa.” African Affairs 114(456): 341-360.
Simmons, Erica and Nicholas Rush Smith. 2015. “The Case for Comparative Ethnography.” Qualitative and Multi-Method Research: Newsletter of the American Political Science Association Organized Section for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research 13 (2): 13-18.
Smith, Nicholas Rush. “The Wonga Coup: Transparency and Conspiracy in Equatorial Guinea.” CSIS Online Africa Policy Forum
. January 23, 2008: http://forums.csis.org/africa