There are some topics that I've begun to explore, but that aren't currently the focus of my teaching or research,
I plan to continue my research on Heidegger, especially regarding his ideas about education and truth (the focus of my dissertation). And I am excited to teach Being and Time again (in my seminar "What Theists Care About That Atheists Don't").
I have begun to work out some ideas on the metaphilosophical problem of what Jewish philosophy is. Besides a forthcoming paper ("The Rule of Interpretation in Kantian and Jewish Traditions"), I presented a paper at the 2012 Annual Congress of the International Franz Rosenzweig Society that I conceived as the first part of the view which I want to defend. You can read the paper here.
Another topic of great interest to me is cynicism as a viable philosophical position and a significant philosophical problem. I have taught a couple courses (PHL217 and RLG411) in which I began to tackle the issue, and I also presented a paper on Hannah Arendt were I developed some of my thoughts in relation to a few contemporary debates. You can read it here.