Papers and Book Chapters Published or Accepted for Publication
The Presidency, and Democracy: Looking Back was published under the auspices of
the Bicentennial Commission in connection with a College-Community Forum by
that name, November 1989.
"Retesting Segal and Spaeth's Stare Decisis Model"
Journal of Political Science, Volume 40, number 4, November 1996 (with
"The Whole Truth and Nothing But the
Truth" in Laura Duhan Kaplan and Laurence F. Bove, eds. Philosophical
Perspectives on Power and Domination (Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 1997.)
"How Much of Communitarianism is Left
(and Right)?" in Peter Augustine Lawler and Dale McConkey, eds.
Community and Political Thought Today (Praeger, 1998).
Teaching Great Books on the
Cambridge. B. L., Kahn, S. Tompkins, D.P., and Yancey, K.B., eds. Electronic Portfolios: Emerging practices in student, faculty, and
institutional learning. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher
"Christianity in the Western Tradition," in Don Thompson, Darrel Colson, and
J. Scott Lee, Universality and History: Foundations of Core
(University Press of America, 2002) An earlier version was presented at the
annual meeting of the Association for Core Texts and Courses in April 2000.
The link is to a slightly expanded version of the published article.
Screens, Doors, and Stairs: On John Ford’s The Last
Hurrah, forthcoming in Elizabeth
Kaufer, ed. Hollywood's Regime: How Television and Film Portray American
History, Politics, and Society (Palgrave). An earlier version was
presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science
Association in September 2000.
Democracy and Diversity: A theoretical argument based
upon the historical experience of the West Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia”
was written for an International Conference on Deliberative Democracy held
in Hangzhou, China in December 2004. It was published in Chinese translation
in 2005 in a book edited by Bao-Gang He. An earlier version was presented at
the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in 2003.
in the Symposium: Is Socrates a Model for the Rest of Us?”
Craig J. N. DePaulo, Patrick Messina, and Marc Stier, eds. Ambiguity in
the Western Tradition, (Peter Lang, 2006).
Editor’s Introduction in Craig J. N. DePaulo, Patrick Messina, and Marc
Stier, eds. Ambiguity in the Western Tradition, (Peter Lang, 2006.
An Afterthought on Ambiguity
in Craig J. N. DePaulo, Patrick Messina, and Marc Stier, eds. Ambiguity
in the Western Tradition, (Peter Lang, 2006)
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