I am interested in knowing who are some analytically trained philosophers who write on historically "continental" figures. I have in mind philosophers like Kris McDaniel who were trained in the analytic tradition (in fact, Kris got his PhD from the school that I am working on mine at) but who also write on "continental" figures like Hegel and Heidegger.
I find the way McDaniel presents the views of these philosophers far more approachable given my training than reading the primary texts or secondary literature written by people without analytic-style training.
Are there more philosophers like McDaniel who do this sort of thing? That is, are there any more (reasonably) contemporary philosophers who have analytic training (or at least write in a similar style) who write on typically "continental" figures?
An ideal answer to this question will provide me with the name of a philosopher, what that philosopher works on, and ideally some suggestions of what are good articles to read by this philosopher.
[Disclaimer: I don't want to offend anyone. I'm not trying to push this whole "divide" nonsense. I'm simply looking for ways to see what the "other side" is up to in a way that will make sense to me given my own philosophical background.]