I have written on a wide variety of topics including how the career of California activist Carey McWillams anticipated contemporary multiculturalism, David Riesman’s The Lonely Crowd, the relationship of the New Left to liberalism, Southern segregationists’ responses to European decolonization, and country musician Johnny Cash’s politics and life.
I am currently working on a number of projects. I am pursuing funding for a transnational history of connections between the U.S. and Northern Ireland during the global civil rights era. I am also co-editing a book, From Enoch Powell to Donald Trump: The U.S., Britain, and Global White Nationalism Since 1945 to be based on a workshop I’m hosting at Trinity in September. In the long term, I am also exploring a project about the different meanings of racial “integration” in the U.S. since 1900.
To read some of my published papers, please follow me on Academia.