Plato’s Democratic Entanglements:  Athenian Politics and the Practice of Philosophy,

Princeton University Press, 2000.  Awarded “Best First Book” by the Foundations Section of the American Political Science Association, 2001.


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"Socrates' Military Service", in Our Ancient Wars, edited by Victor Caston and Silke‐Maria             Weineck, University of Michigan Press, forthcoming 2016.

Aesop Said So: Ancient Wisdom and Radical Politics in 1930s New York,” Classical Receptions Journal (special issue edited by Barbara Goff and Miriam Leonard), forthcoming 2016. 


Performing for Soldiers: 21st Century Experiments in Greek Theater in the US” (co-author
          with Laura Lodewyck), The Oxford Handbook to Greek Drama in the Americas, edited by

Patrice Rankine, Justine McConnell and Fiona McIntosh, Oxford University Press, 2015 (in press).


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"Socrates in Combat: Trauma and Resilience in Plato's Political Theory," in Combat

Trauma and the Ancient Greeks, edited by Peter Meineck and David Konstan, Palgrave MacMillan Press, 2014.


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Afterword,” Classics in the Modern World: A ‘Democratic Turn’? edited by Lorna Hardwick

and Stephen Harrison, Oxford University Press (Classical Presences Series), 2013.


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Classics in the Modern World A Democratic Turn?

Dionysius I and Sicilian Theatrical Traditions in Plato’s Republic: Representing

Continuities Between Democracy and Tyranny,” in Theatre Outside Athens,  edited by Kathryn Bosher, Cambridge University Press (2012), pp. 156-172.


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The Making of a Democratic Symbol: The Case of Socrates in North-American Popular

Media 1941-1955,” Classical Receptions Journal, Vol 3, Issue 1 (2011) pp. 46-76.


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Recollecting Aristotle:  American Proslavery Thought and the Argument of Politics I,” in

Ancient Slavery and Abolition: From Hobbes to Hollywood, edited by Richard Alston, Edith Hall  and Justine McConnell, Oxford Univerity Press, 2011, pp. 247-277.


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Ancient Slavery and Abolition From Hobbes to Hollywood

Navigating Race, Class, Polis and Empire: The Place of Empirical Analysis in Aristotle’s

Theory of Natural Slavery,” in Reading Ancient Slavery, edited by Richard Alston, Edith Hall and Laura Proffitt, Bristol Classical Press (2011), pp. 133-151.


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“Lived Excellence in Aristotle’s Constitution of Athens: Why the Encomium of Theramenes

Matters” (co-author with Jill Frank), Cambridge Companion to Greek  Political Thought, edited by Stephen Salkever, Cambridge University Press (2009), pp. 243-270.


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The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Political Thought

Pericles, Realism and the Normative Conditions of Deliberate action,” (co-author with

Michael Loriaux), Classical Theory in International Relations, edited by John Beat, Cambridge Studies in International Relations (2006), pp.  27-51.


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“Aristotle’s Theramenes at Athens: A Poetic History” (co-author with Jill Frank),  parallax

29 (October-December 2003), pp. 29-40.


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“The Allure of Harmodius and Aristogeiton,”  in Greek Love Revisited, edited by Thomas

Hubbard, Wallace Hamilton Press (2000), chapter 4.


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“The Illusion of Power and the Disruption of Moral Norms: Thucydides’ Critique of Periclean

Policy” (co-author with Michael Loriaux), American Political Science Review 92 (1998), pp. 285-297.



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“Remembering Pericles:  The Political and Theoretical Import of Plato’s Menexenus,”

Political Theory Vol. 26, No 4 (1998), pp. 489-513.



“Citizen as Erastes: Erotic Imagery and the Idea of Reciprocity in the Periclean Funeral

Oration,” Political Theory Vol. 22, No. 3 (1994), pp. 253-176.



“Frank Speech, Democracy and Philosophy: Plato’s Debt to a Democratic Strategy of

Civic Discourse,” in Athenian Political Thought and the Reconstruction of American Democracy, edited by J. Peter Euben,  John Wallach and Josiah Ober, Cornell University Press (1994), pp. 172-197.


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The Lady and the Tiger:  Women’s Electoral Activism in New York City Before Suffrage,”

Journal of Women’s History Vol. 2, No. 2 (Fall 1990), pp. 100-135.


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