Dan Hummel: Dissertation Research in Jerusalem
History | February 24, 2013
Dan Hummel (B.A. 2007; M.A. 2010) is pursuing his PhD in history at the University of Wisconsin. He was awarded the George L. Mosse Program Graduate Exchange Fellowship which will enable him and his wife Veronica to spend the 2012-2013 academic year in Jerusalem, Israel, where Dan will be conducting research for his dissertation on the theological and intellectual developments among American Protestant fundamentalist theologians and American neoconservative ideologues that justified closer interaction with each other and with the Likud party in the 1960s-1980s.