Daniel G. Hummel, PhD is the Program Curator for Academic Communities at Upper House, a Christian study center located on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is also affiliated with UW-Madison’s History Department.
A historian of U.S. religion and foreign relations, Daniel is the author of Covenant Brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019) and has written for the Washington Post, Jerusalem Post, and Aeon Magazine. His academic research has been published in Religion & American Culture, Church History, and Modern Intellectual History.
Prior to joining Upper House, Daniel held appointments as a postdoctoral fellow in the History Department at UW-Madison (2018-19), at the Institute for Research in the Humanities (UW-Madison, 2017-18), and at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation (Harvard Kennedy School, 2016-17) .
Daniel earned his PhD at UW-Madison and has a MA and BA from Colorado State University.
"Paula White and the Mainstreaming of American Pentecostalism," Religion News Service (November 2019).
"Israel and Evangelicals in the News," Mosse Program Blog (September 2019).
"Christian Zionism as Interreligious Cooperation," Baker Institute Blog (September 2019).