Dobbs, K.L. Hsu, L; Garrone-Shufran, S., Barber, N., Karouma, F., Perez Castillo, Y., & Rich, S. Centering Youth Voices: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Civic Engagement. Forthcoming at Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Dobbs, K.L. (2022) Falling Flat? The Impact of State Legitimacy, Capacity, and Political Trust on Flattening the Curve of COVID-19. Medical Research Archives. [online] 10(4). https://doi.org/10.18103/mra.v10i5.2805.
Dobbs, K. L. (2021). Active on the Street, but Apathetic at the Ballot Box? Explaining Youth Voter Behaviour in Tunisia’s New Democracy. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/13530194.2021.1962242.
Dobbs, K. L., & Schraeder, P. J. (2018). Evolving Role of North African Civil Society Actors in the Foreign Policymaking Process: Youth, Women’s, Labour and Human Rights Organisations. The Journal of North African Studies, 24 (4), 661 – 681.
Schraeder, P. J., Endless, B., Schumacher, M. J., & Dobbs, K. L. (2018). Revolutionary Diplomats? Introduction to the Study of North African Foreign Policy in the Context of the Arab Spring. The Journal of North African Studies, 24 (4), 540 – 557.
Dobbs, K. L. 2022. The University of California College Tuition Protests, 2009-2014. In Lori Cox Han and Tomislav Han (Eds.), Political Violence in America: Historical Flashpoints and Modern-Day Trends. ABC-CLIO.
O’Toole, T., & Dobbs, K. L. (2020). The Historical Context. In Peter J. Schraeder (Eds.), 6th edition Understanding Contemporary Africa. (pp. 29-64). Lynne Rienner Publishers Incorporated.
Dobbs, Kirstie Lynn. 2017. “Electoral Institutions New and Old: The ‘Youth’ Factor in Democratic Sustainability.” Ace: The Electoral Knowledge Network Newsletter. Retrieved from http://aceproject.org/today/newsletter/ace-newsletter-theme/newsletter-august-2017/view.
Dobbs, Kirstie Lynn. 2015. “Tunisia’s Recent Terrorist Attacks: Isolated Incidents or Symbols of a Retrograding Transition?” The Foreign Policy Journal. Retrieved from https://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2015/06/29/tunisias-recent-terrorist-attacks-isolated-incidents-or-symbols-of-a-retrograding-transition/.