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Graduate Representative Organization Research Grant, Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2010.
Allen Grossman Instructorship, Expository Writing Program, Johns Hopkins University, August 2009-May 2010.
Departmental Graduate Fellowship, Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University, August 2004-May 2008.
Plotica, L. Michael Oakeshott and the Conversation of Modern Political Thought. (Albany: SUNY Press, 2015).(forthcoming).
Plotica, L. “Conservatism and Neo-Conservatism,” Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, ed. Bryan S. Turner (forthcoming).
Plotica, L. “Thoreau and the Politics of Ordinary Actions,” Political Theory. (forthcoming).
Plotica, L. “‘This is simply what I do:’ Wittgenstein and Oakeshott on the Practices of Individual Agency,” The Review of Politics 75 (1) (Winter 2013): 45-68.
Plotica, L. “Deliberation or Conversation: Michael Oakeshott on the Ethos and Conduct of Democracy,” Polity 44 (2) (April 2012): 286-307.
Plotica, L. “Public and Private: The Sense of the Political in Wittgenstein and Arendt,” Cadernos de Filosofia 19/20 (2006): 305-319.
Ph.D. The Johns Hopkins University
M.A. George Washington University
B.A. James Madison University