Media & Professional Service


♦ Was interviewed about the Bill of Rights for the inaugural podcast, “Consider the Constitution,” by the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution, released on September 6, 2023.

♦ Interviewed for the story, “Manuscript written by James Madison discovered at Washington and Lee” for Cardinal News, April 11, 2023

♦ Law Journal article cited in an Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court, by Professor Evan Bernick, No. 21-1271, for the Moore v. Harper case argued December 6, 2022.

♦ Interviewed for expertise on the Pinckney Plan in “A Controversial Election Theory at the Supreme Court is Tied to a Disputed Document,” by Hansi Lo Wang, National Public Radio, November 3, 2022.

♦ Interviewed for expertise on the Pinckney Plan in “SC Founding Father’s Constitution Controversy Swirls in Key Supreme Court Case,” by Alexander Thompson, The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC), Dec 11, 2022.

♦  Radio interview for Your Weekly Constitutional, “Madison’s Notes,” produced August 15, 2018.

♦ Published a monthly blog for Montpelier in 2016, “A View from James Madison’s Library.”

♦ Interviewed for “Circle of Insight” with Carlos Vazquez, a radio show exploring the intersection between psychology and politics.  This interview, “A chat about James Madison, constitution, and todays presidential elections with Dr. Uzzell,” can be found here.

♦ Interviewed for Richmond Times Dispatch’s PolitiFact Virginia story, “Goodlatte Says U.S. has the Oldest Working National Constitution,” September 22, 2014.  Article is here.

♦Interviewed for an Economist article, “Because Men are not Angels: Why James Madison really matters,” April 26, 2014.  Article is here.

♦ Radio interview for Your Weekly Constitutional, “Dolley Before She was a Madison,” Aug. 24, 2013.  Interview here.

♦ Radio interview for the Jim Bohannon Show, an hour-long live discussion on the framing of the Constitution, July 4, 2013.

♦ Appeared in C-SPAN episode on Dolley Madison for their First Ladies series, original air date, March 11, 2013.  Segment found here.

                            PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

♦ Founding member of the Academic Freedom Alliance.

♦ APSA Member.

♦ Member of the James Madison Society, “an international community of scholars whose research contributes significantly to civic education in institutions of higher learning,” through the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.

♦ Served on Selection Committee for the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation, 2015 and 2016.

♦ Manuscript reviewer for American Political Thought, Political Science Reviewer, and Publius: The Journal of Federalism.

♦ Judge for the high school and middle school “We the People” competitions, at various times for Washington, D.C., Finals, Virginia State Finals, and National Finals, 2011 to present.