Fuchs, Ester, Dorian Warren, and Kimberly Bayer. "Expanding Opportunity For Middle Class Jobs in New York City." Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs Case Study Series in Global Public Policy 2.1 (2014). Print.
Warren, Dorian T. "The American labor movement in the age of Obama: the challenges and opportunities of a racialized political economy." Perspectives on Politics 8.03 (2010): 847-860.
Warren, Dorian T. "Labor in American Politics: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges for the Twenty-First-Century Labor Movement*." Polity 42.3 (2010): 286-292.
Parks, Virginia, and Dorian Warren. "The politics and practice of economic justice: Community benefits agreements as tactic of the new accountable development movement." Journal of Community Practice 17.1-2 (2009): 88-106.
- Bronfenbrenner, Kate, and Dorian T. Warren. "Race, Gender, and the Rebirth of Trade Unionism." New Labor Forum. Taylor & Francis, 2007.
- Lowndes, Joseph E., Julie Novkov, and Dorian Tod Warren, eds. Race and American Political Development. Routledge, 200
- Frymer, Paul, Dara Z. Strolovitch, and Dorian T. Warren. "New Orleans is not the exception: re-politicizing the study of racial inequality." Du Bois Review 3.01 (2006): 37-57.
- Warren, Dorian. "Wal-Mart surrounded: Community alliances and labor politics in Chicago." New Labor Forum. Vol. 14. No. 3. Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2005.
- Warren, Dorian Tod. A New Labor Movement for a New Century?: The Incorporation of Marginalized Workers in US Unions. Diss. Yale University, 2005.
- Frymer, Paul, Dara Z. Strolovitch, and Dorian T. Warren. "Katrina’s political roots and divisions: Race, class, and federalism in American politics."Understanding Katrina: Perspectives from the Social Sciences (2005).
- Warren, Dorian T., and Cathy J. Cohen. "Organizing at the intersection of labor and civil rights: A case study of New Haven." U. Pa. J. Lab. & Emp. L.2 (1999): 629.