2011 Cory Blad. Neoliberalism and National Culture: State-Building and Legitimacy in Canada and Québec. Leiden: Brill Publishers.
2016 Cory Blad. “Faustian States: Nationalist Politics and the Problem of Legitimacy in the Neoliberal Era.” In Global Culture: Theories and Paradigms Revisited, edited by Vincenzo Mele and Marina Vujnovic. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.
2015 Cory Blad. "Gently Biting the Hand that Feeds: Popular Engagement with Inequality After the Great Recession." Current Perspectives in Social Theory 34, edited by Jon Shefner and Harry Dahms. Emerald Publishing.
2009 Cory Blad. “The Nation-State: History, Theory, and Contemporary Challenges.” In Globalisation and Security, edited by Ronaldo Munck and Honor Fagan. Westport, CT: Praeger International.
2006 Jon Shefner, George Pasdirtz, and Cory Blad. “Austerity Protests and Immiserating Growth in Mexico and Argentina.” In Latin American Social Movements: Globalization, Democratization, and Transnational Networks, edited by Hank Johnston and Paul Almeida. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
2013 Jason Stacy, Cory Blad, and Rob Velella. “Morbid Inferences: Whitman, Wikipedia, and the Debate over the Poet’s Sexuality.” Polymath: An Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Journal 3(4): 1-15.
2012 Cory Blad and Banu Koçer. “Political Islam and State Legitimacy in Turkey: The Role of National Culture in Neoliberal State-Building.” International Political Sociology 6 (1): 36-56.
2012 Cory Blad. “Teaching Social Structure in a Poststructural Classroom: A (Mild) Defense of an Economic Determinist Approach.” The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Sciences 73(1): 1-11.
2011 Cory Blad. “The Paradoxical Return of National Culture in the Globalization Era: Theorizing Present and Future State Legitimation.” Race, Gender, and Class 18 (3-4): 329-347.
2009 Cory Blad and Philippe Couton. “The Rise of an Intercultural Nation: Immigration, Diversity and Nationhood in Quebec.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35(4).
2008 Cory Blad. “Globalization and the Efficacy of National Culture: A Methodological Framework for Analyzing the Neoliberal State.” International Journal of Social Inquiry 1(2): 37-67.