Andrew Lynn


Andrew Lynn is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. He earned his PhD in sociology from the University of Virginia. He is the author of Saving the Protestant Ethic: Creative Class Evangelicals and the Problem of Work.

How Enduring the Promise?

from America on the Brink, Volume 22, Number 3

It is fair to say that a new economic populism has been rendered impotent by cultural identity markers that shape voting patterns.

Cultural Marxism

from The Evening of Life, Volume 20, Number 3

How does a nineteenth-century Hegel-reading philosopher like Karl Marx shape the thinking of today’s social-justice warriors?

Race, MLK, and the Allure of Made-for-TV Justice

Media executives have honed the craft of attracting national interest to flair-ups and clashes over school board proceedings, controversial small business practices, or more recently, police misconduct.

Where the Critics of Liberalism Go Wrong

Postliberalism comes to embody a form of cultural criticism that ultimately does not believe in culture itself.

The Limits of Corporate Activism

The longer history of businesses navigating their extra-economic responsibilities brings to light the true nature of corporate activism today.