“Campaigning from the Closet: The Contexts of Messaging During the Campaign to Defeat North Carolina’s Amendment One.” Under review. For a synopsis, see “The Contexts of Movement Messaging During an Electoral Campaign” at OrgTheory.net.
“Political Performance and Active Spectatorship: Symbolically Organizing the Polity During the 2012 Democratic National Convention.” To be presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, June 2013. For summaries, see “Fields and Performance at the 2012 Democratic National Convention” at OrgTheory.net and Twitter Publics and Active Spectatorship at Culture Digitally.
“A Research Agenda for the Effects of Online Political Advertising: Surveying Campaign Practice, 2000-2012” with Lisa Barnard (co-presenters). Part of the panel, “A New Era of Strategic Communication? How new insights into decision-making, data mining, and algorithms have changed persuasion.” International Communication Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. May 24, 2012.