Academic Research

Forthcoming and Published Work

Morris, Kevin and Kelsey Shoub (Conditionally Accepted). "Contested Killings: The Mobilizing Effects of Community Contact with Police Violence." American Political Science Review (Conditionally Accepted Version).

Ben-Menachem, Jonathan and Kevin Morris (Forthcoming). "Ticketing and Turnout: How Policing for Profit Shapes Democratic Participation." American Political Science Review. (Open Access: Publisher's Version)

Morris, Kevin and Peter Miller (Forthcoming). "Authority After the Tempest: Hurricane Michael and the 2018 Elections." Journal of Politics. (Publisher's Version(Accepted Version)

Morris, Kevin and Peter Miller (2022). "Voting in a Pandemic: COVID-19 and Primary Turnout in Milwaukee, Wisconsin." Urban Affairs Review, 58 (2): 597-613. (Publisher's Version(Pre-print)

Morris, Kevin (2021). "Turnout and Amendment 4: Mobilizing Eligible Voters Close to Formerly Incarcerated Floridians." American Political Science Review, 115 (3): 805-20. (Publisher's Version(Accepted Version)

Morris, Kevin (2021). “Welcome Home—Now Vote! Voting Rights Restoration and Postsupervision Participation.” Social Science Quarterly 102 (1): 140–53. (Publisher's Version (free access))

Morris, Kevin (2021). “Neighborhoods and Felony Disenfranchisement: The Case of New York City.” Urban Affairs Review 57 (5): 1203-25. (Publisher's Version(Pre-print)

Morris, Kevin, and Myrna Pérez (2021). “Barriers to the Ballot Box in Texas.” In Mexican American Civil Rights in Texas, edited by Robert Brischetto and J. Richard Avena, 225–41. Michigan State University Press. (Pre-print)

Working Papers

A Right Restricted: Racial Threat and Restrictive Voting Laws (Working Paper).

Manza, Jeff, and Kevin Morris. "Felony Disenfranchisement and Political Inequality." In Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, edited by David B Grusky, Nima Dahir, and Claire Daviss, 5th ed.

Grief and Anger: Disentangling the Effects of COVID-19 on Turnout.