International Comparative Approaches to Free Speech and Open Inquiry (FSOI) (Edited Volume, Forthcoming Palgrave Macmillan, September 2022).
Why Associations Matter: The Case for First Amendment Pluralism. University Press of Kansas (2020).
Reviewed in The Political Science Reviewer (symposium), Public Discourse, Christianity Today, Law and Liberty, The University Bookman, Claremont Review of Books, American Political Thought, The Independent Review, Review of Politics
“Nomocratic Pluralism: A Promising Proposal, but Problems at Implementation,” The Political Science Reviewer, Forthcoming 2022.
“Edmund Burke and Pluralism in the Historical, Political, and Sociological Thought of Robert Nisbet,” Studies in Burke and His Time, Vol. 30 (2021), Pgs. 140-148.
“C.S. Lewis: Reason, Imagination, and The Abolition of Man,” in Critics of Enlightenment Rationalism, ed. by Gene Callahan and Kenneth B. McIntyre (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), Pgs. 159-178.
“The Chartered Rights of Americans: First Amendment Rights in Historical Perspective,” Humanitas Vol. XXXII, Nos. 1 and 2 (2019), Pgs. 14-36.
“Antidote to Alienation: The Voluntary Association in the Work of Robert Nisbet.” Perspectives on Political Science, Vol. 48, Issue 4 (2019), Pgs. 290–300.
“Conservative, Pluralist, Sociologist: Robert Nisbet’s Burke,” Studies in Burke and His Time, Vol. 28 (2019), Pgs. 28–63.
“The State as Historical Necessity: Robert Nisbet’s Critique of Developmentalism,” The Political Science Reviewer, Vol. XLII, No. 2 (2018), Pgs. 431–468.
“The First Amendment Dyad and Christian Legal Society v. Martinez: Getting Past ‘State’ and ‘Individual’ to Help the Court ‘See’ Associations,” Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy, Vol. XXVII, No. 2 (Spring 2018), Pgs. 223–260.
“The Shared Humanism of Irving Babbitt and C.S. Lewis: Will and Imagination in That Hideous Strength,” Humanitas, XXIX, Nos. 1 and 2 (2016), Pgs. 6–42.
“Guardians of the Word: Kirk, Buckley, and the Conservative Struggle with Academic Freedom,” Humanitas: Volume XXV, Nos. 1 and 2 (2012), Pgs. 44–65.
Edited Issues and Symposiums
“Should Groups Matter? Religion, Freedom, and Contemporary Civil Society,” co-edited with Daniel J.M. Cheely, Program for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society, Vol. 1 (Spring 2020).
Symposium on Robert Nisbet, Political Science Reviewer, Vol. XLII, No. 2 (2018).
Publications Under Review
“Robert Nisbet: Art, History, and the Anti-Rationalism of Sociological Methodology,” book chapter (Palgrave)
“Authority and Tradition: Free Speech and the American Constitutional Tradition,” book chapter (Routledge)
“Degradation and Revolution: A Taxonomy of Cancel Culture,” book chapter (Palgrave)
Working Papers and Books
“‘The People’ of the Tenth Amendment: Social Authority and the Limitation of Government Power”
“Varieties of Constitutional Monism: Egalitarianism and the Common Good”
“Freedom of Economic Association: A First Amendment Reading of Lochner,” with Michael Munger, Duke University
International Comparative Approaches to Free Speech and Open Inquiry (Edited Volume: Under Contract)
Freedoms Like a Fox: Liberalism, Pluralism, and the First Amendment (Manuscript in Progress)
Book Reviews and Other Scholarly Articles
Review of Religion, Law, USA. Edited by Joshua Dubler and Isaac Weiner, Journal of Church and State (2021), Vol. 63, Issue 4 (Autumn 2021), Pages 730–732.
“Response to Critics,” The Political Science Reviewer, Vol. 44, No. 2 (2020), Pgs. 539-565.
“Freedoms Like a Fox: The Constitutional Community and First Amendment Rights,” PRRUCS, Vol. 1, pgs. 23–30 (Spring 2020).
“Pluralism in the Chinese Political Community: A Nisbetian Perspective on the State of Chinese Non-Governmental Organizations and Civil Society,” PRRUCS, Vol. 1, pgs. 31–47 (Spring 2020).
“Introduction: Should Groups Matter? Religion, Freedom, and Contemporary Civil Society,” co-authored with Daniel J.M. Cheely, PRRUCS, Vol. 1, pgs. i–ii. (Spring 2020)
“Why Democracy Needs Aristocracy,” review of Aristocratic Souls in Democratic Times, edited by Richard Avramenko and Ethan Alexander-Davey. Lexington Books, 2018. Humanitas, Vol. XXXIII, Nos. 1 & 2 (2020), Pgs. 132–137.
“Robert Nisbet: Reappraisal of a Political Sociologist,” Introduction to Symposium on Robert Nisbet. Political Science Reviewer, Vol. XLII, No. 2 (2018), Pgs. 385–397.
Liberal Arts Track Summary, PS: Political Science and Politics, (July 2018).
Review of The Soul of the First Amendment by Floyd Abrams, The Independent Review, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Spring 2018).
Review of The Power of Glamour by Virginia Postrel, Anamnesis: No. 6 (2017), Pgs. 150–161.
Review of Rethinking the Teaching of American History ed. by Michael Federici, Anamnesis: No. 4 (2015), Pgs. 138–144.
Review of Unlearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate by Greg Lukianoff, The Journal of Value Inquiry: Volume 47, Issue 1 (2013), Pgs. 167–173.
Popular Articles and Reviews
“Robert Nisbet’s Degradation of the Academic Dogma at 50,” Law and Liberty, September 17, 2021.
“Freedom to Speak or Freedom of Assembly?” Law and Liberty, August 16, 2021.
Review of The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again, by Robert Putnam and Shaylyn Romney Garrett (Simon & Schuster, 2020) Law and Liberty, January 7, 2021.
“The Lost Art of Association,” Real Clear Public Affairs, December 16, 2020.
“Freedom for Associations,” Law and Liberty, September 28, 2020.
Review of The Historical Mind: Humanistic Renewal in a Post-Constitutional Age, edited by Justin D. Garrison and Ryan R. Holston (SUNY Press, 2020) in The University Bookman, September 13, 2020.
Review of A Constitution in Full: Recovering the Unwritten Foundation of American Liberty by Peter Augustine Lawler and Richard M. Reinsch II. (University Press of Kansas, 2019) in The University Bookman, August 16, 2020.
“Quest for Revolutionary Community,” Law and Liberty, July 6, 2020.