Journal articles

Tanjeem, Nafisa and Illuzzi, Michael J. 2022. “Decolonizing or Doing the Best with What We Have? Feminist University-Community Engagement Outside WGSS Programs.” Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning 8 (1) (Accepted).

Michael J. Illuzzi. 2014. “Lincoln’s “Race of Life” Is Not the American Dream of Equal Opportunity,American Political Thought: A Journal of Ideas, Institutions and Culture 3 (Fall): 228-253.

Lawrence R. Jacobs and Michael Illuzzi. 2004. “In the Shadow of 9/11: Health Care Reform in the 2004 Presidential Election,” The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 32(3)(Fall): 454-460.

Edited volume

Illuzzi, Michael J. 2020. “Lessons for Left Populism: Organizing Revolt in Babylon.” In Mapping Populism: The Student’s Handbook for Understanding and Studying Populism, 74-84 (London and New York: Routledge). 

Research under review

Illuzzi, Michael J. Populism and Peoplehood in the United States (Book manuscript, invited revision, University Press of Kansas).

Weidenfeld, Matthew, Boyer, Eric, and Illuzzi, Michael. (2nd phase review). “Amending the Constitution: The First Federal Congress, 1789-1790.” Reacting to the Past Series, Barnard College.

Encyclopedia articles

“Social Gospel,” “Reforming America: A Thematic Encyclopedia and Document Collection of the Progressive Era,” ed., Jeffrey Johnson (ABC-Clio, March 2017).

Equality,” The Encyclopedia of Political Thought, ed., Michael T. Gibbons, Diana Coole, Elisabeth Ellis, and Kennan Ferguson (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014).

Book review

Illuzzi, Michael J. 2022. “Civic Gifts: Voluntarism and the Making of the American Nation-State,” by Elisabeth S. Clemens, Political Science Quarterly 137(3): 631-633.

Illuzzi, Michael J. 2016. “On Inequality,” by Harry G. Frankfurt, The Review of Politics 78 (3): 480-482.

Illuzzi, Michael J. 2016. “The Struggle for America’s Promise: Equal Opportunity at the Dawn of Corporate Capital,” by Claire Goldstene, American Political Thought: A Journal of Ideas, Institutions and Culture 5 (Winter): 169-172.