I've been busy in recent months. Mostly writing a new short book on the Alt-Right for Oxford University Press.
I've also written a few short pieces lately. I reviewed Vegas Tenold's book for The Washington Post and Lee Edwards' memoirs for Law and Liberty. I also reviewed some of the recent research on political polarization for The American Conservative.
I'm still thinking through what I will focus on this summer. I have been meaning to reorient my research toward religion and politics, but I have a few other unrelated projects that are not quite finished, so I should probably wrap them up first. The good news is that I recently learned I will be awarded tenure and promotion at the start of the next academic year, so I no longer need to work with the same sense of urgency. I've written six books in the last six years, and am ready to slow down for a bit.