Riley. Emmitt and Peterson, Clarissa. 2019. “Economic Anxiety or Racial Predispositions? Explaining White Support for Donald Trump. Journal of Race & Policy 14: (1) 5-24.
Riley, Emmitt and Peterson, Clarissa. 2019. “Explaining the Impact of Black Political Representation on Racial Resentment in Majority Black Congressional Districts.” Journal of Black Studies 50: (7) 1-22.
Examining Black and White Millennials Trust in Government
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Works in Progress
2019. “Minority Legislators, Majority Views: Race, Partisanship, and Congressional Job Approval” Targeted Journal: Legislative Quarterly - In Progress. Co-Authored with Clarissa Peterson.
2019. Black and Blue: How Racial Attitudes and Ideology Impact Feelings Towards Black Lives Matters. Targeted Journal: National Political Science Review. Co-Authored with Clarissa Peterson.
2020. Sisters in the Mayor’s Seat: The Elections and Representational Styles of African American Female Mayor’s in the Mississippi Delta in Black Girl Political Magic: Elections and Governance. Edited by Sharon W. Austin (In Progress).
2019. For the Culture: Explaining the Electoral Success of African American Incumbents in Reexamining Blackness in America: The African American Experience: From Slavery to Liberation. (Eds.) Joshua D. Farrington, Gwendolyn Graham, and Normal Powel.
2017. Peterson, Clarissa and Riley, Emmitt. The Great Divider: President Obama's Influence on Trust in Government and Racial Attitudes in How the Obama Presidency Changed the Political Landscape. June 2017. (Eds.) Larry J. Walker, F. Erik Brooks and Ramon Goings.
2020 The Southern Strategy. African Americans in the American Political System: An Encyclopedia of African Americans as Voters, Candidates, and Office Holders. Edited by Tyson King-Meadows, Valeria Sinclair-Chapman and Keesha Middlemass.
2020 Cynthia McKinney. African Americans in the American Political System: An Encyclopedia of African Americans as Voters, Candidates, and Office Holders. Edited by Tyson King-Meadows, Valeria Sinclair-Chapman and Keesha Middlemass.
“Mississippi Goddamn: The Constrains of Black Political Representation in the Mississippi Delta.” -Manuscript in Progress