Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins is a historian of modern political and intellectual thought with a focus on Europe, and specifically France, and the world from the Cold War to the present. He primarily concentrates on such topics as the history of the modern global peace movement, international human rights, decolonization, theories of development, political economy, and the intersections of religion and politics. He is an Assistant Professor in the College of Social Studies at Wesleyan University. He runs a regular interview series at The Nation. He is the former managing editor of Modern Intellectual History and The Immanent Frame.
He is writing a book for Columbia University Press titled:
Impossible Peace, Improbable War: Raymond Aron and World Order
His second book is under advanced contract from Yale University Press and is tentatively titled:
The Rise and Fall of Global Pacifism
His public commentary has appeared in The Nation, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Times Literary Supplement, Dissent Magazine, Foreign Affairs and elsewhere. He has published academic articles in Modern Intellectual History, Journal of the History of Ideas, Global Intellectual History and elsewhere.
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