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. 40(2), 11 - 38.
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). Fact or Fluff? “Fact or Fluff? The Impact of Youth Quotas on the Electoral Behavior and Attitudes of Young People. Representation, https://doi.org/10.1080/00344893.2021.1984286.
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., Bullock, G., Udani, A., & Hess, D. (2021). Civically Engaged Research and Political Science. PS: Political Science & Politics, 54(4), 711 – 715.
Udani, A., & Dobbs, K.L. (2021). The Praxis of Collaboration and Co-Producing Knowledge in Civically Engaged Research. PS: Political Science & Politics, 54(4), 725 – 729.
Dobbs, K. L. (2020). Youth Quotas and “Jurassic Park” Politicians: Age as a Heuristic for Vote Choice in Tunisia’s New Democracy. Democratization, 27(6), 990 – 1005.
Sanchez, P., Doherty, D., & Dobbs, K. L. (2020). Skin Color and System Support in Latin America. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, 6(2), 352 – 372.
Doherty, D., Schraeder, P. J., & Dobbs, K .L. (2020). Do Democratic Revolutions ‘Activate’ Participants? The Case of Tunisia. Politics, 40 (2), 170 – 188.
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. (2021). Burning Embers: Youth Activism and Tunisia’s Hope for Democracy. American Political Science Association’s Middle East and North Africa Politics Section. Symposium.
Dobbs, K. L. (2021). Civil Society as Revolutionary Diplomats: Foreign Policy After the Arab Spring. ORIENT magazine. 62(1), 35 – 41.
Garrone-Shufra, S.; Dobbs, K.L.; & Hsu, L. "Generation Z and Civic Engagement in a Pre- and Post-Vaccine World." Sociology of a Pandemic: Inequalities, Social Justice, and Democracy. Routledge.
Dobbs, K.L. (Forthcoming). "Connection Over Content: How Civically Engaged Research Can Improve Teaching, Research, and Service." In Charity Butcher, Tavishi Bhasin, Maia Hallward, and Elizabeth Gordon (eds). Aligning Teaching and Research: Work Smarter, Not Harder. PS: Political Pedagogies Series.
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, K. L. 2022. Managing Transition: The First Post-Uprising Phase in Tunisia and Libya. Sabina Henneberg. Cambridge, United Kingdom, in Perspectives on Politics.
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/.