Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins is a global historian of 20th century intellectual and political thought. He is currently at work on two book projects: The first is titled, The Neoconservative Moment in France: Raymond Aron and the United States (Columbia University Press), which looks at the larger transatlantic intellectual origins of the neoconservative movement. The second is tentatively titled, The Rise and Fall of Global Secularism since the Cold War. Daniel has published scholarly articles in The Journal of the History of Ideas, Modern Intellectual History, Global Intellectual History and elsewhere. He is currently coediting two books: Michel Foucault, Neoliberalism and Beyond (Rowman and Littlefield, 2019) with Stephen Sawyer; and Christianity and the New Historiography of Human Rights (Cambridge University Press, 2020) with Sarah Shortall.
His general audience commentary has appeared in The Atlantic, The Nation, Times Literary Supplement, Dissent Magazine and elsewhere. He currently serves as an editor for The Tocqueville Review and is the Europe editor for H-Diplo. At Jackson he will be teaching classes on religion and global politics, and history and theories of global development.
His personal website can be found here: danieljenkins.me.