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Gilbert Cuthbertson
Professor
 
e-mail:Gilbert.M.Cuthbertson@rice.edu
 
  • B.A. Political Science (1959) University of Kansas
  • Ph.D. Government: Political Theory (1963) Harvard University
 
Primary Department
   Department of Political Science
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Department Affiliations
 
  • Medieval and Early Modern Studies
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    Websites
     mythpowervalue@rice.edu
     mythpowervalue@rice.edu
     Gilbert M. Cuthbertson
     
    Research Areas
     Ancient and Medieval Political Theory, Modern Political Theory, Texas Politics, American Government, American Constitutional Law, Political Art in Houston, Folkart in Texas and Mexico
     
    Teaching Areas
     Ancient and Medieval Political Theory, Modern Political Theory, Texas Politics, American Government and Introduction to Political Science, American Constitutional Law, Politics and the Novel
     
    Selected Publications
     Abstracts
     

    "Edited: The trial of Albert Patrick for the death of William Marsh Rice: Lawyer's chronological transcript."  (2007-08)

     
     

    "Essays in Political Theory: The mythmakers and powerholders."  (2007)

     
     

    "Facsimile: General Hitchcock and the First American Flag in Texas." 

     
     

    "Facsimile: The Hidalgo Arrest Order." 

     
     

    "Me and Larry McMurtry." Museum of Printing History

     
     

    "The Doctor Is In." Sallyport

     
     

    "Will Rice's Doc C." Rice News

     
     Articles
     

    Allen Gilmer "Mythpowervalue in the Oil Industry." 

     
     

    "A Puritan Copy of Homer." 

     
     Books
     

    Karen Hess Rogers "History of Rice University." 

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Calendar of Rayburn-Dunn Papers." 

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Martyrs of Texas: The Flores-Magonistas in Texas." 

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Political Mythology." 

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Sam Rayburn: His Constituency." 

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Calender of Rayburn-Dunn Papers." 

     
     

    Gilbert Cuthbertson "Sam Rayburn: His Constituency." 

     
     

    Gilbert Cuthbertson "Martyrs of Texas: The Flores-Magonistas in Texas." 

     
     

    Gilbert Cuthbertson "Sam Rayburn: His Constituency." 

     
     Editor of books
     

    "Life of Judge Jones." 

     
     Online books
     

    Gilbert Cuthbertson "Aristotle and the Murder of Alexander the Great, Encyclopedia of Ancient History." Submitted

     
     Book chapters
     

    Cuthbertson ""Rice Centennial Book" chapter/essay: "Flying Saucers"." 

     
     Book reviews
     

    G.C "Biography of an Ohio Congressman." 

     
     

    Paul Toblowsky "Stardust Memories." 

     
     Other
     

    Gilbert Cuthbertson "American Constitutional Law." 


    www.mythpowervalue.rice.edu
     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert "Addendum/revisions to mythpowervalue.rice.edu." Published on www.mythpowervalue.rice.edu and in Theory and Law

     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert "Current Pocket of Supreme Court/Legal Qualifications for Presidency, etc. - Senator Cruz." 

     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert "Senator David Rice Atchinson, Fascimile Clinton County Historical/Brief Reprint." 

     
     

    Gilbert Cuthbertson "Fascimile: List of Delegates: Convention of 1775, "Canton Meut Leavenworth", Leavenworth Historical Society." Submitted

     
     

    Cuthbertson Collection "Alzedo Letter." In Revision

     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert M. "History of Will Rice College." 

     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert "History of Will Rice College." 

     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert "Letter of Alexander Anderson." Privately issued facsimile reprint

     
     

    Cuthbertson, Gilbert "Text In American Constitutional Law." Published on www.mythpowervalue.rice.edu and in Essays in Political Theory

     
     

    "Facsimile series of Texas Political documents and manuscripts rafinesque letter for American philosophical society project."  (2007)

     
     

    "Will Rice College: A documentary."  (October 2007)

     
     

    Bill Minutaglio "The President's Counsel (Judge Albert Gonzales)." 

     
     

    Exley "Frontier Blood." 

     
     

    Johnson, A.J.B. "The Call of the Archetype and the Challenge of Acadian History." French Colonial History, 5

     
     

    Rosenberg and Sullivan, James "Coordinating Class Action and Public Agency Enforcement." Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2005)

     
     

    ""Facsimile and Translation of Viceroy Calleja's Bandos Against Father Hidalgo"." 

     
     

    ""The Republic of Texas and The Great Plains"." 

     
     

    "In Progress, "Facsimile of Dickins Letter to Gorostiza on the Invasion of Texas"." 

     
     

    Cuthbertson, G. "Willmoore Kendall."  (2000)

     
     

    ""Facsimile of First Pan American Treaty"."  (2003)

     
     

    ""The First Texas Election"."  (2003)

     
     

    ""The Martyrs of Texas"."  (2003)

     
     

    "Review: A Line in the Sand." Journal of Southern History (2002)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "A Line in the Sand." Review for Journal of Southern History (Accepted, forthcoming Fall, 2001)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Facsimile of the Pan American Treaty."  (Forthcoming)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Franz Coller Letters, 6th Texas Infantry."  (Forthcoming)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "Judge Jones and the Cherokee War."  (In Progress)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "The Celestial Railroad: Hawthorne's Political Theory."  (Accepted, forthcoming December 2001)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "The Governor Jim Hogg Administration." Encyclopedia of the Great Plains (Spring 2001)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "The Great Plains and the Republic of Texas." Encyclopedia of the Great Plains (Spring 2001)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "The Tidelands Oil Cases." Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court (Spring 2000)

     
     

    Gilbert M. Cuthbertson "The White Primary Cases." Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court (Spring 2000)

     
     Recordings
     

    Rice Centennial Project "Rice Mythpowervalue." 

     
     

    "Miching Mallecho." 

     
    Creative Works
     Other - "Twenty Fifth Anniversary of the School of Social Sciences"
     (January 11, 2005)
     
    Presentations
     Conference Committee Member
     

    "A most Shakespearean election: I have failed of my election." Rice Republicans,

     
     

    "Anomalies in Texas Politics." Sons of the Republic of Texas, (November 2007)

     
     

    "History of Will Rice College." Rice Staff Luncheon, With October 2007

     
     

    "The future of Texas politics." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (July 2007)

     
     Invited Papers
     

    "Rotary Club of Greenway plaza/River Oaks."

     
     Invited Talks
     

    ""Texas and American Politics" numerous."

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics." Whispering Oaks Women, (February, 16, 2010)

     
     

    "Texas Politics." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (July 15, 2009)

     
     

    "Anomalies in the Texas Election." West University Democratic Club, (November 2006)

     
     

    "The Death of William Marsh Rice." Society of Rice University Women, (September 2006)

     
     

    ""Terrorism in the Middle East"." KTRU, (May 2002) With Richard Stoll

     
     Keynote Speaker
     

    ""Rotary foundations report" Rotary Club of River Oaks c.." (July 4, 2005)

     
     Lectures
     

    "Rotary Club of River Oaks and Others: "The 2016 Elections"." (May 5)

     
     

    "Association of Rice University Women "Rice Centennial"." (Sept. 5, 2012)

     
     

    "Rotary Club of River Oaks: "The Presidential Election Campaign"." (November 5,2012)

     
     

    ""A Vexatious Vexillology"." Sons of the Republic of Texas, (June 2002)

     
     

    ""Celebrating the Rice Myth"." Rotary Club of River Oaks. (May 2003)

     
     

    ""Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics"." Exxon-Mobil, (December 3, 2003)

     
     

    ""Inlaws and Outlaws"." Contemporary Book Group, (August 2002)

     
     

    ""Texas Gardens in Texas Politics"." Richmond Garden Club. (May 2003)

     
     

    ""The American Revolution"." Rotary Club of River Oaks. (July 2003)

     
     Other
     

    "Speeches, Presentations, Media Interviews Numerous: "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics"
     ."

     
     

    "Rotary Club of River Oaks." (February)

     
     

    "BBC Interview on Rice School of Social Sciences Anniversary." (2009)

     
     

    "Review of the Zoar Community."

     
     

    "Texas/Rice Ghosts." Sarah Nations, Rice TV, (November 7, 2009)

     
     

    "A Most Shakespearean Election." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (July)

     
     

    "Prediciting the 2008 Election." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (October)

     
     

    "Memorial for Emmet Parkerson Jr.." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (August 2007)

     
     

    "Resignation of Attorney General Gonzales."

     
     

    "Texas Election and Judge Gonzales." Rice Distinguished Alumni Series,

     
     

    "The Rice Myth." DVD, With Jake Rue, West Taylor, Robert Nevill

     
     

    ""Houston Mayoral Election and Mayor White"." Fort Worth Star Telegram,

     
     

    ""Judge Alberto Gonzales as a prospective Supreme Court Justice"." (January 13, 2005)

     
     

    Reviewer.  ""Politics and Public Policy: Reservation gaming, tribal government and the state of Texas"."

     
     

    "Work on Cantarino Garza." Lare Dos, (February 2005)

     
     

    ""25th Anniversary of the School of Social Sciences" (Video Interview)." (11/23/2004)

     
     

    ""Gardening in Texas Politics" Houston Garden Clubs." Houston Garden Clubs, (02/09/2004)

     
     

    ""The Armagedon Election" Rice College Republicans and others." Rice College Republicans and others, (10/30/2004)

     
     

    ""The Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships Program" Rotary Club of River Oaks." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (09/27/2004)

     
     

    "10 Interviews and Presentations on Judge Alberto Gonzales's Appointment as Attorney General.." Houston, TX. (November 16-18, 2004)

     
     

    "In Preparation: "Collecting Texas Printing and Printers" for the Museum of Printing History."

     
     

    "Interview for Review of "The Alamo" (on internet)." (10/01/2004)

     
     

    "Ranging from the "The Thresher" to "The New York Times" and "Washington Post"; Television Interviews for Channel 2/11/Fox and others.."

     
     

    "A Texas Message for Bin Laden." Rice College Republicans, (November 2001)

     
     

    "A Vexatious Vexillology." Harris County Historical Society, (June 2001)

     
     

    "A Vexatious Vexillology." Sons of Republic, (April 2001)

     
     

    "A Vexatious Vexillology." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (July 2001)

     
     

    "In Pursuit of the Jackalope." Bellaire Historical Society, (February 2001)

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics." Junior Current Literature Club, (April 2001)

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics." Harrisburg Rotary Club, (March 2001)

     
     

    "The Rice Myth." Rotary Club of River Oaks, (April 2001)

     
     

    "The Will Rice Myth." Will Rice Matriculation, (August 2001)

     
     

    "In Pursuit of the Jackalope: Myth and Texas History." Harris County Historical Society, (May 2000)

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws." Point/Counterpoint, (October 2000)

     
     

    "The Will Rice Myth." Will Rice Matriculation, (August 2000)

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics." Wellspring Guild, Houston, TX. (August 1999)

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics." Dickinson Rotary, Houston, TX. (August 1999)

     
     

    "Inlaws and Outlaws in Texas Politics." Bayou Manor, Houston, TX. (November 1999)

     
     

    "Rotary Foundation Fellowship Program." Rotary of River Oaks, Houston, TX. (September 1999)

     
     

    "The Rice Myth." Society of Rice University Women, Houston, TX. (September 1999)

     
     

    "The Women of San Jacinto." Daughters of 1812, Houston, TX. (November 1999)

     
     Panelist
     

    "State Representative Debates Panel." (October 2006)

     
    Editorial Positions
     Editor, The Trial of Albert Patrick for the Death of William Marsh Rice. (2006 - 2006)

    Supervised Theses & Dissertations
     Ray Marchan, The 1975 Extension of the Voting Rights Act: Mexican-Americans in Texas. (Thesis Director)

     Clyde Click, Aspect of Democratic Theory. (Thesis Director)

     Walter Buenger, The Ambivalent Reader. (Thesis Director)

     Steven P. Golvach, United States v. Maine, et. al.: The Original States' Claims Regarding Continental Shelf Property Rights. (Thesis Director)

     Kathy Gundy, The Economic Philosophy of the Burger Court. (Thesis Director)

    Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
     Athletic Department Recognition Award, (2012)

     Resident Associate Emeritus (Will Rice),

     Recognition Award, School of Social Sciences (May)

     Meritorious Service Award, Rice Alumni Association (May)

     Who's Who in America, (2006)

     Will Rice Resident Associate, Rice University (2005)

     Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who In America (September 2005)

     Department Library Committee, Rice University (2005)

     Education Certification, Rice University (2005)

     Room naming and Plaque in Will Rice College (40 years as Resident Associate), (2004)

     Rotary "Service Above Self" Award, (2004)

     Who's Who in America, Who's Who (2003-2004)

     Who's Who in the South and Southwest, Who's Who (2003)

     Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who (2003)

     "Service Above Self Award", Rotary (2003)

     Life Member, Harris County Historical Society

     Judge, U. N. Essay Contest

     Outstanding University Associate Award,

     Recipient, Rotary Service Award, for Scholarship and Foundation Work,

     Member, Rotary Foundation District Fellowship Selection Committee

     Recognized, Who's Who In America

     Life Member, Harris County Historical Society

     Outstanding University Associate Award,

     Recognized, Who's Who In America

     Judge, U.N. Essay Contest

     Recipient, Rotary Service Award, for Scholarship and Foundation Work,

     Recipient, Rotary Service Award

     Recognized, Who's Who in America

    Positions Held
     Rotary Foundation District Scholarship Selection Committee Member. (2006 - 2006)