Kapust, Daniel J. Flattery and the History of Political Thought: That Glib and Oily Art.Republicanism, Rhetoric, and Roman Political Thought9781107043367
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2018.

Reviewed in: Contemporary Political Theory, Choice, Perspectives on Politics.

Subject of roundtable at 2019 Southern Political Science Association Meeting and 2019 American Political Science Association Meeting.

Kapust, Daniel J. Republicanism, Rhetoric, and Roman Political Thought: Sallust, Livy, and Tacitus. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2011.

Reviewed in: The Classical JournalBryn Mawr Classical ReviewGreece and RomeThe Classical ReviewPerspectives on PoliticsNew England Classical JournalLatomusGnomonQuarterly Journal of SpeechHistorische Zeitschrift.

Subject of roundtable at 2013 Midwest Political Science
Association Annual Meeting.

Edited Volumes and Journal Issues: 

Kapust, Daniel J. and Gary Remer. The Ciceronian Tradition in Political Thought. Co-edited volume with Gary Remer. Forthcoming with University of Wisconsin Press.

Kapust, Daniel J. and Grant Nelsestuen. Special issue of Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek and Roman Political Thought: From Polis to Urbs. Forthcoming.

Kapust, Daniel J. and Helen Kinsella, eds. Theory’s Landscapes:  Comparative Political
Theory in Time and Place
 Palgrave. 2016.

Refereed Journal Articles and Invited Essays:

Kapust, Daniel J. “Hobbes, Lucretius, and the Political Psychology of Peace.” History of Political Thought. 40.2. 2019. 246-269.

Kapust, Daniel J., Travis Nelson, and Katherine Robiadek. “Rawls on Agreeing to Disagree: Deliberative Democracy and the Justifications for War.” Democracy and
Security. 14.1. 2018. 68-89.

Kapust, Daniel J. Advenit Cicero. Invited review essay on recent Cicero scholarship.
Contemporary Political Theory. 17.3. 2018. 164-170.

Kapust, Daniel J. Ecce Romani! Invited review essay on recent Roman
political thought scholarship. Political Theory. 45.5. 2017. 705-719.

Kapust, Daniel J. and Michelle Schwarze. “The Rhetoric of a Legislator: Cicero and 
Smith on Propriety, Decorum, and Political Leadership.” American Political Science Review. February 2016. 1-12.

Article subject of post by Emily Skarbek at EconLog, published by the Library of Economics and Liberty.

Kapust, Daniel J. and Brandon P. Turner. “Democratical Gentlemen and the Lust for 
Mastery: Status, Ambition, and the Language of Liberty in Hobbes’s Political 
Thought.” Political Theory. 41.4. 2013. 648-675.

Kapust, Daniel J. The Problem of Flattery and Hobbes’s Institutional Defense of 
Monarchy.” Journal of Politics. 73.3. July 2011. 680-91.

Kapust, Daniel J. “Cicero on Decorum and the Morality of Rhetoric.” European Journal
of Political Theory
. 10.1. January 2011. 92-113.

Translated into Spanish:

Pineda Pérez, Christian Felipe. “Cicerón: El Decorum y la Moralidad de la
Retórica.” Praxis Filosófica. 35. 2013. 257-282.

Kapust, Daniel J. “Acting the Princely Style: Ethos and Pathos in Cicero’s On the Ideal
Orator and Machiavelli’s Prince.” Political Studies. 58.3. June 2010. 590-608.

Kapust, Daniel J. “Between Contumacy and Obsequiousness: Tacitus on Moral Freedom
and the Historian’s Task.European Journal of Political Theory. 8.3. July 2009.

Kapust, Daniel J. “On the Ancient Uses of Political Fear and its Modern Implications.
Journal of the History of Ideas. 69.3. July 2008. 353-373.

Kapust, Daniel J. “Cato’s Virtues and The Prince: Reading Sallust’s War with Catiline
with Machiavelli’s The Prince.” History of Political Thought. 28.3. Fall 2007.

Kapust, Daniel J. “Skinner, Pettit, and Livy: The Conflict of the Orders and the
Ambiguity of Republican Liberty.” History of Political Thought. 25.3 Autumn
2004. 377-401.