Ph.D., Northern Illinois University, 1990.
Dissertation: Thucydides, Hobbes, and the Interpretation of Realism
Professor, Kansas State University, 2010-
Director, Certificate in the Study of Arts and Sciences Through
Primary Texts, a college-wide program, 2001-
Associate Professor, Kansas State University, 1996- (Political
Assistant Professor, Kansas State University, 1991-1996
Assistant Professor, Radford University, 1990-1991
Laurie M. Johnson, Locke and Rousseau: Two Enlightenment Responses to Honor, Lexington Books, scholarly subsidiary of Rowman & Littlefield, 2012.
Laurie M. Johnson Bagby, Thomas Hobbes: Turning Point for Honor, Lexington Books, scholarly subsidiary of Rowman & Littlefield, 2009.
Laurie M. Johnson Bagby, Hobbes's
London: Continuum International Publishing, 2007.
American Founding, American Government Textbooks, and Civic Education,”
with Jim Franke, Journal of Political Science Education,
Laurie M. Bagby, Political
Thought: A Guide to the Classics, Wadsworth/International
Thompson Publishing Company, 2002.
“Mathematici v Dogmatici: Understanding the Realist Project
Through Hobbes,” Interpretation: A Journal of Political
Philosophy, Fall 2002.
“Thucydidean Realism: Between Athens and Melos,” Security
“The Use and Abuse of Thucydides in International Relations,”
International Organization, 1994.
Laurie M. Johnson, Thucydides, Hobbes and the Interpretation of Realism,
Northern Illinois University Press, 1993.
Laurie M. Johnson, “Rethinking the Diodotean Argument,” Interpretation:
A Journal of Political Philosophy, 1990.