Reinventing Protestant Germany: Religion, Nation, and Democracy after Nazism, book manuscript
“Democracy as an Interpretive Process: The Protestant Debate about Conscientious Objection in the Early Federal Republic of Germany,” article in preparation
“Judeo-Christianity after Auschwitz: Critical Theory, Liberation Theology, and Religious Difference in the New Europe,” article in preparation
Review of John P. R. Eicher, Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age. In preparation for H-Transnational German Studies.
Review of Yael Almog, Secularism and Hermeneutics. Submitted to German Studies Review.
“‘The Limits of Human Jurisdiction’: Protestantism, War Crimes Trials, and Human Rights in Occupied Germany.” In Journal of Modern History.
“In the Presence of Absence: Transformations of the Confessional Divide in West Germany after the Holocaust.” In Germany and the Confessional Divide, 1871-1989, eds. Mark Edward Ruff and Thomas Großbölting. Under contract with Berghahn Books.
German translation and commentary on “The Origins of Adorno’s Psycho-Social Dialectic.” In Psyche: Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse und ihre Anwendungen.
with Susan O. Rieder. “Teacher’s Guide on Exile and Community: The Life of Carola Domar.” Northampton, MA: Mass Humanities.
The Unfinished Project of Enlightenment. Review essay on Jürgen Habermas, Auch eine Geschichte der Philosophie [This Too a History of Philosophy]. Boston Review. June 18, 2020.
Review of Edward Baring, Converts to the Real: Catholicism and the Making of Continental Philosophy. Church History 89, vol. 1: 224-226.
The Origins of Adorno’s Psycho-Social Dialectic: Psychoanalysis and Neo-Kantianism in the Young Adorno. Modern Intellectual History 16, vol. 2: 501-529.
Justifying Democracy: Johannes Heckel, Ernst Wolf, and the Recasting of Luther’s Theology of Resistance in Postwar Germany. In Kulturelle Wirkungen der Reformation / Cultural Impact of the Reformation, eds. Klaus Fitschen et al. Vol. 1. Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt. 451-460.
Review of Eric Kurlander, Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich. Reading Religion (American Academy of Religion).
Faith for This World: Protestantism and the Reconstruction of Constitutional Democracy in Germany, 1933-1968. PhD Dissertation, Harvard University.