Lisa A. Bryant and Julia Marin Hellwege. Working Parents Represent: How Parenthood Influences the Legislative Agenda of Members of Congress. Book Manuscript. Under contract with NYU Press.
Kevin G. Lorentz II, Daniel J. Mallinson, Julia Marin Hellwege, Davin Phoenix, and J. Cherie Strachan, eds. Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond. Book Manuscript. Under contract with APSA Press.
Marin Hellwege, Julia, Cohl Turnquist, Aaron Vlasman, and Bess Seaman. "Teamwork Makes the (Research) Dream Work: Lessons in Working With a Student Research Team." Chapter proposal accepted for Aligning Teaching and Research: Work Smarter, Not Harder. Butcher, Charity, Tavishi Bhasin, Maia Hallward, and Elizabeth Gordon, eds. Palgrave Macmillan.
Julia Marin Hellwege. “Going the Extra Mile: Surrogate Activities of State Legislators.” Under review.
Julia Marin Hellwege and Lindsey Cormack. "Writing 'Home' in a Pandemic: Gendered Frames in Congressional COVID-19 Communications." Under review.
Marin Hellwege, Julia and Ed Gerrish. 2021 (online). “Strategic Behavior in State Multi-Member Districts: Does Fielding One Candidate Offer a Notable Advantage?” Legislative Studies Quarterly.
Julia Marin Hellwege, Thomas Mrozla, and Keenan Knutelski. Forthcoming. “Gendered Perceptions of Procedural (In)Justice in Police Encounters." Police Practice and Research.
Mallinson, Daniel, Julia Marin Hellwege, and Eric Loepp, eds. 2021. Handbook of Political Research Pedagogy. Palgrave McMillan.
Emily M. Farris, Andrea Malji, and Julia Marin Hellwege. 2021. “Supporting Junior Women: Strategies for Men Colleagues.” PS: Politics & Political Science.
Julia Marin Hellwege. 2021. “Good Reasons to Run: Women and Political Candidacy edited by Shauna L. Shames, Rachel I Bernhard, Mirya R. Holman, and Dawn Langan Teele. Philadelphia, Temple University Press.” Book Review. Perspectives on Politics. Vol. 19(1): 279-80.
Thomas Mrozla and Julia Marin Hellwege. 2020. “Gender Composition and Agency Decision-making: Female Officers’ Effect on Bodyworn Camera Acquisition.” Policing: An International Journal. Vol. 43(4):625-641.
William O’Brochta and Julia Marin Hellwege. 2020. “Teaching Research, Writing, and Information Literacy: Track Summary.” PS: Political Science & Politics. Vol. 53(3).
Bryant, Lisa A., and Julia Marin Hellwege. 2019. “Working Mothers Represent: How Children Affect the Legislative Agenda of Women in Congress”. American Politics Research. Vol. 47(3): 447-470.
Marin Hellwege, Julia. 2019. “Left to Their Own Devices: A Student-Centered Approach to Civic Engagement”. Journal of Political Science Education.
Diamond-Welch, Bridget K., Julia Marin Hellwege, and Olivia Mann. 2018. “Blame Avoidance & Transgender Individuals’ Attributions About Rape: Unpacking Gendered Assumptions in Defensive Attribution Research”. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Kimberly R. Huyser, Jillian Medeiros, Vickie Ybarra, Julia Marin Hellwege, and Lisa M. Sanchez. 2018. “Differential Influence of the Great Recession on Political Participation among Race and Ethnic Groups”. Social Science Quarterly. Vol. 99 (2):512-523.
Julia Marin Hellwege, Jeremy Bowling, and Andrew Gonzalez. 2017. “Civic Engagement Across the Disciplines and Across the Campus: Track Summary”. PS: Political Science & Politics. Vol. 50(3):849-851.
Julia Marin Hellwege and Christine M. Sierra. “Advantages and Disadvantages for Latina Officeholders: The Case of New Mexico”. 2016. In Latinas in American Politics: Shaping the Future of American Politics. Navarro, Sharon A., Samantha L. Hernandez & Leslie A. Navarro, eds. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Julia Marin Hellwege. 2014. “Review Essay on Women’s Legislative Representation”. Politics, Groups, and Identities. Vol. 2 (4).