The Review of Politics

The Review of Politics publishes articles primarily on political theory. We also publish historical and interpretive studies of public law, comparative politics, international relations, and public policy, as well as political readings of literary works.

CURRENT ISSUE:

Volume 78 • Number 4 • Fall 2016
        Special Issue on Shakespeare's Politics 

 

ARTICLES

ELIZABETH FRAZER
"Shakespeare's Politics"


TIM SPIEKERMAN
"Ulysses Is Not the Hero of Troilus and Cressida "


JAN H. BLITS
"Philosophy (and Athens) in Decay:  Timon of Athens"


PAULINA KEWES
“To Order well the State”:  The Bogus Rome of Titus Andronicus 


ANDREW HADFIELD
"Shakespeare and Politics in the Time of the Gunpowder Plot "


MICHAEL P. ZUCKERT
“Something Wicked This Way Comes”:  Machiavelli, Macbeth and the Conquest of Fortuna 


JOHN D. COX
"Time and the Problem of Royal Succession in Shakespeare’s History Plays"


CONAL CONDREN
Skepticism and Political Constancy:  Richard II and the Garden Scene as a “Model of State”


JEFFREY KNAPP
"Hamlet and the Sovereignty of Reasons" 


PAUL A. CANTOR
"Reality Czech:  Tom Stoppard Discovers Shakespeare behind the Iron Curtain"


Review Essay:  John Alvis on Leon Craig’s “The Philosopher’s English King:  Shakespeare’s Henriad

Upcoming Issue

Volume 79 • Number 1 • Winter 2017

Christopher Fear, “William E. Connolly’s politics of complexity: A Critique”

James W. Guest, “Justice as Lawfulness and Equity as a Virtue in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics

J. Matthew Hoye, “Obligation and Sovereign Virtue in Hobbes’s Leviathan

Shumel Nili, “Democratic Theory, the Boundary Problem, and Global Reform”

Sharon Stanley, “John Stuart Mill, Children’s Liberty, and the Unraveling of Autonomy”