Office: Braniff 210
Thucydides, Politics & the Bible, Shakespeare, Aristotle & Plato, Machiavelli.
Ph.D University of Notre Dame, 1970
B. A. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1957
POL 5300/6379 Shakespeare's Greek Plays, Summer 2011
POL 3312/5301 Political Regimes (Plutarch/Augustine/Machiavelli),Spring 2011
POL 5300/6311 Thucydides, Spring 2011
POL 6377 The Bible and Political Order, Spring 2011
POL 3332/5351 Aristotle's Politics, Fall 2010
POL 5300/6376 Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics, Spring 2010
POL 7374 Plato's Laws, Spring 2010
POL 5300/6381 Machiavelli's Discourses on Livy, Fall 2009
POL 3332 Aristotle's Politics, Spring 2009
Works in Progress
Shakespeare's Greek Plays
Commentaries on Plutarch's Lives
The Machiavellian Enterprise: A Commentary on The Prince.
De Kalb, IL: Northern Illinois Press, 1999
Abraham Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address, and American Constitutionalism.
Irving, TX: University of Dallas Press, 1980.
Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince, with Introduction, Notes and Index.
Irving, TX: University of Dallas Press, 1980; reprint, Waveland Press, 1989.
"Biblical Allusions in the Comedy of Errors." In Law and Philosophy: Practice and Theory, eds. William Braithwaite, John Murley, and Robert Stone. Ohio University Press,
"The Constitution and American Character: The Framers' Views." In Constitutionalism in Perspective: The United States Constitution in Twentith Century Politics (Constitutionalism in America, Vol 3), ed. Sarah Thurow, Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1988.
"Poetry and Kingship: Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream." In Arts, Society and Literature, 158-84. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1984.
"Reflections on Lincoln's Political Religion." In Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, and American Constitutionalism, 171-91. Irving, TX: University of Dallas Press, 1976.