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Scholars conducting small-N research often deploy ancillary or peripheral cases that are intended to evaluate the more general validity of the findings of their core case studies. Yet we lack a clear set of methodological guidelines for these ancillary cases.2 Drawing on scholarship in the comparative politics subfield for examples, I identify two broad approaches to ancillary cases—the case illustration and the shadow case study. The case illustration, which consists of showing that outcomesdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4046561 fatcat:kopehltiazejdns4xelopmcbg4