Distinguished Professor of International Relations, and Diplomatic history. Recipient of several awards for research and teaching.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Republic of the United States and its Future: Lessons from the Roman Republic (509-27 B.C.)

Classical Greek and Roman culture and public policy during the period of Athenian democracy, and the Roman Republic, strongly influenced the American political system and American public policy.

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The Italian and Islamic Poetry: Creating Shared Histories

Cross-cultural interaction between ancient Persian and Roman civilizations transcends art-historical boundaries.

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Exogamous and Endogamous Marriages among Italians and Mexicans in Dallas County, Texas (2000)

Exogamy is dependent upon the population density of the ethnic group in relation to the population density of the core group.

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The Mirror Image: A Connection between the Physical and Social Sciences

This article will correlate the concept of mirror image used in international relations theory with the Mirror Equation employed in physics.

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A Correlation between Mathematical Formulae and Major American Military Conflicts: None

Warfare and military force are central instruments of American foreign policy. There are other viable alternatives.

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The Modern Political Women: Lessons from Ancient Greece and Rome: Recens Politica Mulieribus

The main purpse of this article is to demonstrate a transgenerational correlation between political women in ancient Greece and Rome and political women of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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Irene of Athens: First Woman Potentate of the Roman Empire

The purpose of this paper is to construct a personality profile of Empress Irene, the first potentate to exercise exclusive political authority over the Eastern Roman Empire (AD 797-802).

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The Treatment of Flesh Wounds in the Roman Army (27 B.C.-A.D. 476)

During ancient battles soldiers suffered serious flesh wounds. The Roman army innovated the use of medical corpsmen and field hospitals to increase the speed of treatment.

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The Expansionist Policies of the Ancient Roman and United States Republics: Military Imperialism

This paper examines factors or events which inspire states to seek superpower status.

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Published online: July 15, 2015

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