Huff, Connor. “Counterinsurgency Tactics, Rebel Grievances, and Who Keeps Fighting.” Conditionally Accepted, American Political Science Review.
Homola, Jonathan, Connor Huff, Yui Nishimura, and Amorae Times. “The Gendered Legacies of the Frontier and Military Enlistment Behavior.” Conditionally Accepted, Journal of Historical Political Economy
Huff, Connor, and Robert Schub. 2021. “Segregation, Integration, and Death: Evidence from the Korean War.” Forthcoming, International Organization.
Cohen, Dara Kay, Connor Huff, and Robert Schub. 2021. “At War and at Home: The Consequences of US Women Combat Casualties.” Forthcoming, Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Hall, Andrew, Connor Huff, and Shiro Kuriwaki. 2019. “Wealth, Slaveownership, and Fighting for the Confederacy: An Empirical Study of the American Civil War.” American Political Science Review 113(3): 658-673.
Huff, Connor, and Robert Schub. 2018. “The Inter-Temporal Tradeoff in Mobilizing Support for War.” International Studies Quarterly 62(2): 396-409.
Huff, Connor and Joshua Kertzer. 2018. “How the Public Defines Terrorism.” American Journal of Political Science 62(1): 55-71.
White, Ariel, Anton Strezhnev, Christopher Lucas, and Dominika Kruszewska, and Connor Huff. 2018. “Investigator Characteristics and Respondent Behavior in Online Surveys.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 5(1) 56-67.
Schwab, Michail, Hendrik Strobelt, James Tompkin, Colin Fredericks, Connor Huff, Dana Higgins, Anton Strezhnev, Mayya Komisarchik, Gary King, and Hanspeter Pfister. 2017. “boocio: An Education System with Hierarchical Concept Maps and Dynamic Non-linear Learning Plans.” IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 21(1): 571-580.
Huff, Connor and Dominika Kruszewska. 2016. “Banners, Barricades, and Bombs: The Tactical Choices of Social Movements and Public Opinion.” Comparative Political Studies 49(13): 1774-1808.
Huff, Connor and Dustin Tingley. 2015. ““Who Are These People?” Evaluating the Demographic Characteristics and Political Preferences of MTurk Survey Respondents.” Research and Politics 2(3): 1-12.
The Legacies of Atrocities and Who Fights (with Soeren Henn). Revise and Resubmit, World Politics.