de Leon, Cedric. (2016). Black from White: How the Rights of White and Black Workers Became 'Labor' and 'Civil' Rights after the U.S. Civil War.
Labor Studies Journal, 42 (1), 1-17.
Agartan, Kaan., de Leon, Cedric. (2016). Interns and Infidels: The Transformation of Work and Citizenship in Turkey and the United States under Neo-liberalism.
Global Labour, 7 (3), 220-239.
de Leon, Cedric., Desai, Manali., Tugal, Cihan. (2015). Building Blocs: How Parties Organize Society.
Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
de Leon, Cedric. (2015). The Origins of Right to Work: Antilabor Democracy in Nineteenth-Century Chicago.
Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
de Leon, Cedric. (2014). Party and Society: Reconstructing a Sociology of Democratic Party Politics.
de Leon, Cedric. (2011). The More Things Change: A Gramscian Genealogy of Barack Obama's 'Post-Racial' Politics.
Political Power and Social Theory, 22, 75-104.
de Leon, Cedric. (2010). Vicarious Revolutionaries: Martial Discourse and the Origins of Mass Party Competition in the United States, 1789-1848.
Studies in American Political Development, 24 (1), 121-141.
de Leon, Cedric., Desai, Manali., Tugal, Cihan. (2009). Political Articulation: Parties and the Constitution of Cleavages in the U.S., India, and Turkey.
Sociological Theory, 27 (3), 193-219.