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.

Email: hummel.daniel.g@gmail.com



"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).

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