- “Schlumping Towards Altenburg, ” University Bookman, May 30, 2021
- A short essay about an obscure German novel of the First World War, the tragic life of its (till recently anonymous) author, and literary evanescence.
- “The Art of Madness and Mystery,” Church Life, March 2, 2020
- An essay in defense of contemporary art arguing, among other things, that it is to premodern art what Catholicism is to paganism by reason of a kindred birth and intertwined dialectical development.
- “Hägglund’s Defense of Faust,” Church Life, October 2019
- A review of and rebuttal to Martin Hägglund’s This Life: Secular Faith and Spiritual Freedom.
- “Nationalism Qua Nationalism,” Jacobite, July 2019
- An essay dealing with Yoram Hazony’s theory of nationalism and its adherents (particularly Chris DeMuth).
More pieces can be found via the following links: The American Conservative, National Review, The American Spectator, CapX (Centre for Policy Studies), Church Life, Washington Examiner, Providence, New English Review, Jacobite, Real Clear Defense, Real Clear Health, University Bookman, YellowHammer, Mere Orthodoxy, San Diego Business Journal.*
* Note: Some older articles (2015-2018) are not representative of my current views.