My academic writing is focused on constitutional theory and comparative political thought, with special attention to competing religious and philosophical foundations and their institutional implications.

Peer Reviewed Publications

“Republican Institutionalism for a ‘Government of Laws’: John Adams’s Polybian Political Science.” American Political Thought.

“Tocqueville and Qutb: Religion, Democracy, and the Needs of the Soul.” The Review of Faith and International Affairs.

Book Chapters

With Cary J. Nederman. “Natural Law and Human Rights: Continuities and Discontinuities.” In The Cambridge Handbook of Natural Law and Human Rights, edited by Tom Angier, Iain T. Benson, and Mark D. Retter.