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Brian is a political theorist masquerading as a political scientist, interested in post-Progressive public policy and in discomfiting his colleagues with garish forays into literature, music, and architecture.
Brian is the principal and CEO of Narrator; a company that helps businesses, nonprofits, and campaigns tell their stories in light of recent social changes. He founded Humane Pursuits in 2009 to provide a political forum for a 21st century conservatism. He has done public policy and communications work for the Heritage Foundation, the John Jay Institute, El Pomar Foundation, and other organizations. He received his B.A. in political theory from Princeton University.
Brian’s work has been published in The New Atlantis, RealClearPolitics, the Houston Chronicle, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and elsewhere. His essay on the rise of localism in communications and politics will be republished in a forthcoming book, “A Place in the World” (University of Kentucky Press).
- Why Men like Jane Austen
- Harry Potter’s Politics
- Baseball and Civic Virtue
- Saving the World, Professionalized
- The Rise of Localist Politics
- Downstream from Principles
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