Kam Shapiro, 'Reviving Habit: Félix Ravaisson's Practical Metaphysics,' Theory & Event, Vol. 12, Issue 4, 2009
Kam Shapiro, 'Leo Strauss and Emmanuel Levinas: Philosophy and the Politics of Revelation,' in Teaching Philosophy Volume 31, Issue 3, September 2008
Kam Shapiro, 'Liberal Democracy and the Social Acceleration of Time,' Perspectives on Politics Vol.2, Issue 3, June 2005. pp.360-362
Carl Schmitt and the Intensification of Politics. Rowman and Littlefield, 2008
Sovereign Nations, Carnal State, Cornel University Press, 2003
Kam Shapiro. 'Biopolitical Reflections.' Cultural Transformations of the Public Sphere. Fischer, Bernd and Mergenthaler, May (eds.). New York. Peter Lang, 2015.
Kam Shapiro, 'The Myth of the Multitude,' Empire's New Clothes (New York: Routledge, 2004)
'Carl Schmitt' in the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Political Thought (2014)
'Violence,' in the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Political Thought (2014)
Shapiro, K. Violence and politeness: From Walter Benjamin's 'Critique' to the streets of Chicago. Constellations (2020)
Shapiro, K. 'Assembling Counter-Majorities: Mark Twain's Democratic Mugwumpery'. Polity 48.3 (2016): 308-331.
'Confounding Solidarity: Singular, Universal and Particular in the Life Projects of Tehching Hsieh' in Angelaki V.18, No.4, March 2014
'Critical Feelings and Pleasurable Associations,' in Theory & Event V.13, No.4, 2010
Shapiro, K. • “Virtual Plurality and Polemical Synthesis: Carl Schmitt and the Staging of a Public.”. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP) Vol. 12, no. 2, 2009; 243–258) Vol. 12, no. 2.2 (2009): 243–258).
Geographies of Turbulence: Racialized Gun Violence in Chicago, Real and Imagined. Western Political Science Association (WPSA) Annual Conference. WPSA. (2022)
Destabilizing Racial Democracy: Coloring Outside the Lines in the Detective Fiction of Chester Himes. APSA (American Political Science Association) annual meeting. APSA (American Political Science Association). (2020)
Sensible Redistributions: Racial Justice and Aesthetic Activism in Chicago. American Political Science Association (APSA). (2019)
Contested Derivations: Affective Politics from Pareto to Trump. Western Political Science Association (WPSA). (2018)
‘Posthumanist Entanglements: Language, Trees, and Politics’. World Humanities Forum. UNESCO. (2018)
'White Democracy and its Discontents'. American Political Science Association (APSA). APSA. (2018)
“American Carnage”: Figuring Race and Violence in Chicago. 'The Changing Contours of American Identity'. American Studies Association of Korea (ASAK). (2017)
‘CeaseFire: Techniques of Nonviolence in Chicago’. Western Political Science Association (WPSA). (2017)
‘Interrupting Violence in Chicago: From Paternalism to Politics’. Invited presentation. Korea University. (2017)
Interrupting the Quest for Legitimacy: Nonviolent Means in Chicago. American Political Science Association (APSA). (2017)