Beth Elise Whitaker and John F. Clark. 2018. Africa’s International Relations: Balancing Domestic and Global Interests. Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Wolfgang Reinicke and Francis Deng with Jan Martin Witte, Thorsten Benner, Beth Whitaker, and John Gershman. 2000. Critical Choices: The United Nations, Networks, and the Future of Global Governance. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre.
Beth Elise Whitaker and Jason Giersch. Forthcoming. “Strategic Calculations? Partisan Differences in Support for Puerto Rican Migration to the Mainland United States.” Migration Studies.
Elizabeth Iams Wellman and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2021. “Diaspora Voting in Kenya: A Promise Denied.” African Affairs.
Beth Elise Whitaker and John Andrew Doces. 2021. “Naturalize or Deport? The Distinct Logics of Support for Different Immigration Outcomes.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2020. “Refugees, Foreign Nationals, and Wageni: Comparing African Responses to Somali Migration.” African Studies Review 63(1): 18-42.
Roos van der Haer, Christopher Faulkner, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2020. “Rebel Funding and Child Soldiers: Exploring the Relationship between Natural Resources and Forcible Recruitment.” European Journal of International Relations 26(1): 236-262.
Beth Elise Whitaker, James Igoe Walsh, and Justin M. Conrad. 2019. “Natural Resource Exploitation and Sexual Violence by Rebel Groups.” Journal of Politics 81(2): 702-706.
Nathaniel Cogley, John Doces, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2019. “Which immigrants should be naturalized? Which should be deported? Evidence from a survey experiment in Côte d’Ivoire.” Political Research Quarterly 72(3): 653-668. [Honorable Mention, Best Article Award, APSA Migration and Citizenship Section]
Justin M. Conrad, Kevin T. Greene, James Igoe Walsh, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2019. “Rebel Natural Resource Exploitation and Conflict Duration.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 63(3): 591-616.
Martha Kropf, Samuel Jacob Grubbs, John Szmer, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2019. “American Politics Course Redesigns: The Effect of Propensity Score Matching on Predicting Learning Outcomes.” Journal of Political Science Education 15(4): 459-473.
James Igoe Walsh, Justin M. Conrad, Beth Elise Whitaker, and Katelin M. Hudak. 2018. “Funding rebellion: The Rebel Contraband Dataset.” Journal of Peace Research 55(5): 699-707.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2017. “Migration within Africa and Beyond.” African Studies Review 60(2): 209-220.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2015. “Playing the immigration card: the politics of exclusion in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana.” Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 53(3): 274-293.
Beth Elise Whitaker and Jason Giersch. 2015. “Political Competition and Attitudes towards Immigration in Africa.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41(9-10): 1536-1557
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2011. “The Politics of Home: Dual Citizenship and the African Diaspora.” International Migration Review 45(4): 755-783.
Elizabeth G. Radcliff, Elizabeth F. Racine, Larissa R. Brunner, and Beth Elise Whitaker. 2011. “Association Between Family Composition and the Well-Being of Vulnerable Children in Nairobi, Kenya.” Maternal and Child Health Journal (July 2011).
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2010. “Soft Balancing Among Weak States? Evidence from Africa.” International Affairs 86(5): 1109-1127.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2010. “Compliance Among Weak States: Africa and the Counter-Terrorism Regime.” Review of International Studies 36(3): 639-662.
Beth Elise Whitaker and Jason Giersch. 2009. “Voting on a Constitution: Implications for Democracy in Kenya.” Journal of Contemporary African Studies 27(1): 1-20.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2008. “Reluctant Partners: Fighting Terrorism and Promoting Democracy in Kenya.” International Studies Perspectives 9(3): 254-271.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2008. “Funding the International Refugee Regime: Implications for Protection.” Global Governance 14(2): 241-258.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2007. “Exporting the Patriot Act? Democracy and the ‘war on terror’ in the Third World.” Third World Quarterly 28 (5): 1017-1032.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2006. “Talking about the Neighbors: The Discourse on Refugees in Tanzanian Politics.” African Review of Foreign Policy 4(1): 24-44.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2005. “Citizens and Foreigners: Democratization and the Politics of Exclusion in Africa.” African Studies Review 48(1): 109-126.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2003. “Refugees and the Spread of Conflict: Contrasting Cases in Central Africa.” Journal of Asian and African Studies 38(2&3): 211-231. [Reprinted in Rose Kadende-Kaiser and Paul J. Kaiser, eds. Phases of Conflict in Africa. Toronto: de Sitter Publications, 2005.]
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2002. “Changing priorities in refugee protection: the Rwandan repatriation from Tanzania.” Refugee Survey Quarterly 21(1&2): 328-344. [Revised version published in Gil Loescher, Mark Gibney, and Niklaus Steiner, eds. Problems of Protection: UNHCR and the Protection of Refugees and Human Rights. New York: Routledge, 2003.]
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2002. “Refugees in Western Tanzania: The Distribution of Burdens and Benefits Among Local Hosts.” Journal of Refugee Studies 15(4): 339-358.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2014. “African Reactions to U.S. Counterterrorism Policies: Kenya, From Reluctance to Resolve.” In Maya Kandel, ed. U.S. Strategy in Africa. Paris, France: Institut de Recherche Stratégique de l’Ecole Militaire (IRSEM), Ministry of Defense.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2004. “Between Victims and Killers: Dilemmas of the International Operation for Rwandan Refugees.” In Nitza Nachmias and Rami Goldstein, eds. The Politics of Forced Migration: A Conceptual, Operational and Legal Analysis. Frederick, MD: Publish America.
Beth Elise Whitaker. 2001. “Creating Alternatives: Refugee Relief and Local Development in Western Tanzania.” In Ondine Barrow and Mike Jennings, eds. The Charitable Impulse: Relief, Development and Non-Governmental Organisations in North East Africa. Oxford: James Currey.