Daniel Immerwahr

Daniel Immerwahr

Associate Professor History Department Northwestern University

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Daniel Immerwahr
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I am a scholar of U.S. and global history, specializing in empire, development, and the history of ideas. My last name is pronounced IM-mer-var and my Erdös number is 5.


Books:

How to Hide an Empire
How to Hide an Empire (FSG): A history of the United States that includes its territories. Starred reviews from Kirkus and Publishers Weekly.

"It is brilliantly conceived, utterly original, and immensely entertaining--simultaneously vivid, sardonic, and deadly serious." - Andrew Bacevich

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Thinking Small
Thinking Small (Harvard): A critical account of grassroots foreign aid. Winner of the Merle Curti Award in intellectual history and the Society for U.S. Intellectual History's book prize.

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Teaching:


Some articles and essays (full list here):


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