Daniel G. Hummel is the Director for University Engagement at Upper House, a Christian study center serving the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He leads Upper House's programming for the university community and hosts the organization's podcast.
Dan's forthcoming book is: The Rise and Fall of Dispensationalism: How the Evangelical Battle Over the End Times Shaped a Nation (Eerdmans Press, 2023).
He is also the author of Covenant Brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019) and has written for the Washington Post, Christianity Today, and Religion News Service. His research has been published in Religion & American Culture and Church History.
Prior to joining Upper House, Dan held appointments at UW-Madison and Harvard University. He earned his PhD in American History at UW-Madison, with a MA in History and BA in Philosophy and History from Colorado State University. He's also studied at the Hebrew University-Jerusalem.
Dan has taught at UW-Madison and is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of History. He is co-creator of the online teaching resource Voices & Visions.
An up-to-date CV may be found here.