Daniel Steinmetz Jenkins
Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins is a historian of Modern Western European Political and Intellectual History with a specific focus on 20th century France and Germany. He has subsidiary interests in Transatlantic Intellectual History. He primarily concentrates on such topics as conservatism, nationalism, secularism, and religion and politics. He is currently working on a manuscript for Columbia University Press titled, Raymond Aron and Postwar American Political Ideologies.
He recently stepped down from being the managing editor of the Immanent Frame, which is the Social Science Research Council’s website devoted to questions of religion, secularism and the public sphere.
His public commentary has appeared in The Nation, Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic, Times Literary Supplement, Dissent Magazine, and elsewhere.
In 2016-2017 he was the post-doctoral fellow in Public Theology for UC Berkeley’s Center for the Study of Religion. At Yale he will be offering religion and politics courses in the Department of Religious Studies.