Linda Camp Keith, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
· Linda Camp Keith, C. Neal Tate and Steven c. Poe. 2009. "Is the Law a Mere Parchment Barrier to Human Rights Abuse?" Journal of Politics 71(2):644-660.
· Linda Camp Keith and Ayo Ogundele. 2007. “Legal Systems and Constitutionalism in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Examination of Colonial Influences on Human Rights.” Human Rights Quarterly 29(4):1065-1097.
· Linda Camp Keith. "National Constitutions and Human Rights Protection: Regional Differences and Colonial Influences.” In Sabine Carey and Steven C. Poe, eds., The Systematic Study of Human Rights. Ashgate Publishing (2004).
· Linda Camp Keith and Steven C. Poe. 2004. "Are Constitutional State of Emergency Clauses Effective? An Empirical Exploration." Human Rights Quarterly 26(4): 1071-1097.
· Jennifer S. Holmes and Linda Camp Keith. 2010
§ Linda Camp Keith and Jennifer S. Holmes. 2009. “Determinants of Asylum Grants: A Rare Examination of Factors Typically Unobservable in U.S. Asylum Decisions.” Journal of Refugee Studies 22: 224-241.
RECENT CONFERENCE PAPERS
· Paper presented: “U.S. Asylum Policy: Principle-Agent Problems with Domestic Actors in Foreign Policy” at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, March 2011.
· Paper presented: “U.S. Asylum Decisions: Who You Face on the Bench Is as Important as What You Face at Home” at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 2010.
· Paper presented at roundtable/panel (Human Rights and Terrorism): “Does the Fear of Terrorists Trump the Fear of Persecution in Asylum Outcomes in the Post-September 11 Era?” at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 2010
· Discussant on panel: “Status of Refugees in Human Rights Analysis” at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, February 2010.
· Paper presented: “U.S. Asylum Adjudications: An Integrated Model of International Relations and Judicial Behavior Theory” at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, February 2010.
· Linda Camp Keith and Steven C. Poe. 2000. "The U.S., the I.M.F., and Human Rights." In The United States and Human Rights: Looking Inward and Outward, edited by David P. Forsythe (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000).
· "The Continuity of Suffering: Domestic Threat and Human Rights Abuse Across Time," (with C. Neal Tate, Steven C. Poe, and Drew Lanier). In Paths to State Repression: Human Rights and Contentious Politics in Comparative Perspective, ed. Christian Davenport (Boulder: Roman Littlefield, 2000).
· Linda Camp Keith. October, 2010. “Survey of Empirical ELS Research: Human Rights Instruments.” In Oxford Handbook of Empirical Legal Studies, Peter Cane and Herbert M. Kritzer, eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 353-75.
· Sandra Wood, Linda Camp Keith, Drew Lanier, and Ayo Ogundele. 2000. "Opinion Assignment and the Chief Justice: 1888-1940.” Social Science Quarterly 81: 798-809.
· Ayo Ogundele and Linda Camp Keith. 1999. "A Re-examination of the Impact of the Bork Nomination on Confirmation Criteria." Political Research Quarterly 52: 402-420.
· Sandra Wood, Linda Camp Keith, Drew Lanier, and Ayo Ogundele. "'Acclimation Effects' for Supreme Court Justices: A Cross-Validation: 1888-1940." American Journal of Political Science 42: 690-697.
· Sandra Wood, Linda Camp Keith, Drew Lanier, and Ayo Ogundele. "The Supreme Court 1888-1940: An Empirical Overview." Social Science History 22: 204-224.