Daniel T. Rodgers

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Daniel T. Rodgers
Fields American cultural and intellectual history
Institutions Princeton University
Alma mater Brown University
Yale University (Ph.D.)
Notable awards Bancroft Prize (2012)

Daniel T. Rodgers is an American historian and emeritus.


He was born in 1942 in Pennsylvania. He graduated from Brown University in Engineering, and from Yale University with a Ph.D. He was "Henry Charles Lea Professor" at Princeton University until 2013.[1][2]

His work appeared in Harper's.[3] He has written a history of social ideas across the last three decades of the twentieth century in the United States.




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