Publications By Politics & International Relations Faculty
Rebecca Evans, Associate Professor
“APEC Summit in Santiago: Global Ties vs. Latin Connections?” Political Commentary published by Council on Hemispheric Affairs, November 22, 2004.
“Victory for the Broad Front in Uruguay: Cambio a la Uruguaya” Political Commentary published by Council on Hemispheric Affairs, November 2, 2004.
“Presidential Elections in Uruguay on October 31,” Political Commentary published by Council on Hemispheric Affairs, October 22, 2004.
“Pinochet and the Chilean Military’s Tarnished Legacy,” Political Commentary published by Council on Hemispheric Affairs, September 30, 2004.
“Argentina: From Bad to Worse?” Washington Report on the Hemisphere, Vol. 22, No. 6-7, April 2002.
Ethnic and Ideological Terrorism in Western Europe,"
with Raymond R. Corrado, in Michael Stohl, ed. The
Politics of Terrorism (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1988).
Gerard Fitzpatrick, Professor
Book Review of D. Grier Stephenson, Campaigns and the Court: The U.S. Supreme Court in Presidential Elections (N.Y.: Columbia University Press, 1999), 44 American Journal of Legal History,436-438 (2000). Fall 2003.
Review Essay on "Bush v. Gore: Popular Sovereignty, Fundamental Law, and the Post-Election Battle for the Presidency," Polity, volume 35 (Fall 2002), pp. 153-168.
Book Review of D. Grier Stephenson, Campaigns and the Court: The U.S. Supreme Court in Presidential Elections (N.Y.: Columbia University Press, 1999), American Journal of Legal History, Spring 2001.
Spring 2000: "Censorship of the Internet: The First Amendment Lost in Cyberspace," Commonwealth, volume 10 (1999), pp. 29-55. [refereed].
“Fewer Primaries, Better Candidates,” The New York Times, September 4, 1998.
Spring 2000: Review Essay on "Studying Supreme Court Justices," Polity, volume 32 (Winter 1999), pp. 271-284.
Spring 1996: "The Forgotten Bill of Rights: The Meaning of Liberty in Eighteenth Century American Political Thought," Commonwealth, volume 8 (1995-96), pp. 1-24. [refereed].
Spring 1989: "The New Libertarianism and the Sedition Act of 1798," Commonwealth, volume 3 (1989), pp. 34-50. [refereed].
December 1987: Book Review of Mirjan R. Damaska, The Faces of Justice and State Authority, 81 American
Political Science Review 1385 (1987).
November 1987: Book Review of Gary J. Jacobsohn, The Supreme Court and the Decline of Constitutional Aspiration, 49 Journal of Politics 1168 (1987).
September 17, 1987: "Constitution Deserves Continuing Scrutiny," Philadelphia Inquirer.
Spring 1987: Book Review of Valerie P. Hans and Neil Vidmar, Judging the Jury, 102 Political Science Quarterly 132 (1987).
Spring 1986: Review Essay on "Judicial Biography," 18 Polity 532 (1986).
February 13, 1986: "Merit Selection Isn't the Answer," Philadelphia Inquirer.
February 1985: Book Review of Austin Ranney, Channels of Power: The Impact of Television on American Politics, 47 Journal of Politics 333 (1985).
April 12, 1984: "The Court Needs Jurists--Not Purists," Philadelphia Inquirer.
September 1981: "Mental Health Advocacy and Public Policy: Enforcing the Rights of the Mentally Handicapped in the Aftermath of Judicial Intervention," monograph published by the Vanderbilt Institute for Public Policy Studies.
Letters to the New York Times regarding various issues of American National Government: November 24, 2000; May 23, 2000; September 4, 1998; October 22, 1995; December 25, 1991; July 18, 1986; September 3, 1985; July 11, 1985; March 29, 1984; September 2, 1983; and September 20, 1982.
Steven Hood, Professor
Hood, Steven J. Political Development and Democratic Theory. Danbury: M. E. Sharpe Incorporated, 2004.
Review of China’s Leaders: The New Generation, by Cheng Li(New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001) for China Review International.
Review of Defining Modernity: Guomindang Rhetorics of a New China, 1920-1970, by Terry Bodenhorn, editor. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002, 288 pp. for China Review International, Volume 10, No. 2, Fall 2003.
Rethinking Democratic Development: Political Philosophy and Comparative Politics, New York: M.E. Sharpe Inc., May 2004; Paperback, August 2004.
Reviewed China’s Leaders: The New Generation, by Cheng Li (New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001) for China Review International.
The Kuomintang And The Democratization of Taiwan. Westview Press, 1997.
Dragons Entangled: Indochina and the China-Vietnam War. Armonk, New York: M.E. , Sharpe, 1992. Paperback edition 1993.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
"Rights-Hunting in Non-Western Traditions," forthcoming in Andrew J. Nathan, et. al. The Asian Values Debate: Human Rights and the Study of Culture (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998).
"Political Change in Taiwan: The Rise of Kuomintang Factions," Asian Survey, May 1996.
"Reform and Factional Strife in China: Chinese Marxism and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping," Asian Thought and Society: An International Review, May-August 1994, pp. 23-34.
"The Kuomintang and the Rise of Chiang Kaishek," American Journal of Chinese Studies, October 1992, pp. 229-52.
"American Influence and the China-Vietnam War: Washington's Unintended But Vital Role," Asian Thought and Society: An International Quarterly, January-May 1992, pp. 31-41.
"Beijing's Two-Trac Cambodia Gamble and the Prospects For Peace in Indochina: The Khmer Rouge or Sihanouk?" Asian Survey, October 1990, pp. 977-991.
"The Survival and Evolution of China's State Farm System," Asian Thought and Society: An International Quarterly, January 1990, pp. 33-46.
"The Kuomintang and the Rise of Chiang Kaishek," to be published as a chapter in a monograph tentatively titled Politics and Change in the Republic of China, edited by Thomas Bellows, University of Texas.
Reviewed Democratization in China and Taiwan: The Adaptability of Leninist Parties, by Bruce J. Dickson (London: Oxford University Press, 1998), Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1999.
Reviewed manuscript for Review of Politics on Confucianism and Democracy, Fall 1998.
The Decline of Communism in China: Legitimacy Crisis, 1977-1989, by X.L. Ding, in China Review International, Winter 1996.
Organization and Management in China: 1979-1990, by Oded Shenkar, in Journal of Chinese Studies: A Quarterly Review, Fall 1995.
Pollution, Politics, and Foreign Investment in Taiwan: The Lukang Rebellion, by James Reardon-Anderson, in China Review International, August 1994.
Chinese Defense and Foreign Policy, by June Teufel Dreyer, Ed., in The Journal of Asian Studies, November 1989.
Houghton Kane, Associate Professor
“The United States, Mexico and Cuba: Embarrassing Thy Neighbors” in Washington Report on the Hemisphere, Vol. 22, No. 6-7, April 2002.
Jonathan Marks, Associate Professor
“Rousseau’s Use of the Jewish Example.’” Review of Politics, November 2010.
“Rousseau’s Discriminating Defense of Compassion.” American Political Science Review, November 2007.
“The Divine Instinct? Rousseau and Conscience.” Review of Politics, November 2006.
“Misreading One’s Sources: Charles Taylor’s Rousseau.” American Journal of Political Science, January 2005
Marks, Jonathan. Perfection and Disharmony in the Thought of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
“Virtue, Self-Interest, and The Common Good: A Dialogue on Communitarianism and Classical Liberalism.” With Amitai Etzioni. Responsive Community, Summer 2003. Reprinted in Communitarianism: Beyond the Essentials. Edited by Amitai Etzioni, Drew Volmert, and Elaine Rothschild. Rowman and Littlefield, October 2004
Paul Stern, Professor
"The Philosophic Importance of Political Life: On the Digression in Plato's Theaetetus, American Political Science Review, June, 2002.
Socratic Rationalism and Political Philosophy: An Interpretation of Plato's "Phaedo". Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1993.
“Tyranny and Self-Knowledge: Critias and Socrates in Plato's Charmides", American Political Science Review, June, 1999.
"The Rule of Wisdom and the Rule of Law in Plato's Statesman", American Political Science Review June, 1997): 264-76.
"Anti-Foundationalism and Plato's Phaedo", Review of Politics (Spring 1989): 190-217.