Selected Publications

2023
Allen, Danielle. 2023. Justice by Means of Democracy. University of Chicago Press.
2022
ALLEN, ANNA C. F. LEWIS SANTIAGO J. MOLINAPAUL S. APPELBAUMBEGE DAUDAANNA DI RIENZOAGUSTIN FUENTESSTEPHANIE M. FULLERTON D. + 12+. 2022. “Getting Genetic Ancestry Right for Science and Society.” Science Vol 376 (65): 250-252. Publisher's Version
Allen, Danielle, Yochai Benkler, Leah Downey, Rebecca Henderson, and Josh Simons, ed. 2022. A Political Economy of Justice. University of Chicago Press.
2021
Allen, Danielle. 2021. Democracy in the Time of Coronavirus. University of Chicago Press.
2020
Kidd, D., Miner J. Schein M. Blauw M. Allen D. &. 2020. “Ethics across the curriculum: Detecting and describing emergent trends in ethics education. .” Journal of Studies in Educational Evaluation 67.
Dean, C. G. P., Schein M. Kidd D. Webb M. Kang S. Doyle A. W. Allen D. &. 2020. “ Uncovering implicit learning theories in the humanities: A study of grantmaking at Illinois Humanities. .” Teachers College Record 122 (12).
Allen, Danielle, and Rohini Somanathan, ed. 2020. Difference without Domination: Pursuing Justice in Diverse Democracies. University of Chicago Press.
2018
and Pottle, Danielle Allen Justin. 2018. “Democratic Knowledge and the Problem of Faction.” Knight Foundation White Paper Series. Publisher's Version
and Sneff, Danielle Allen Emily. 2018. “The Sussex Declaration: Dating the Parchment Manuscript of the Declaration of Independence Held at the West Sussex Record Office.” Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America.
Allen, Danielle, Paul Christesen, and Paul Millett, ed. 2018. How to Do Things with History: New Approaches to Ancient Greece. Oxford University Press.
2017
Allen, Danielle. 2017. Politische Gleichheit. Suhrkamp.
Allen, Danielle. 2017. Cuz: The Life and Times of Michael A. Norton/Liveright.
2016
and Danielle Allen, with Chis Dean, Maggie Schein Sheena Kang Melanie Webb Annie Walton Doyle. 2016. ““Understandingthe Contributions of the HumanitiestoHuman Development:A Methodological White Paper” .” Project Zero: HULA. Publisher's Version
Allen, Danielle S. 2016. “Toward a Connected Society.” Our Compelling Interests: the Value of Diversity for Democracy and a Prosperous Society, edited by E. Lewis and N. Cantor. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Allen, Danielle. 2016. Education and Equality. University of Chicago Press.
2015
Allen, Danielle S., and Angel Parham. 2015. “Achieving Rooted Cosmopolitanism in the Digital Age.” From Voice to Influence. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Allen, Danielle S., and Jennifer Light, ed. 2015. From Voice to Influence: Understanding Citizenship in a Digital Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Allen, Danielle S. 2015. “Youth, New Media and the Rise of Participatory Politics.” From Voice to Influence. Princeton: University of Chicago Press.
2014
Allen, Danielle S. 2014. “Beyond Pointing and Hoping: On Pedagogy.” Common Knowledge 20 (2): 257-264. Publisher's Version

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