Daniel Jonah Goldhagen
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Daniel Jonah Goldhagen

Daniel Jonah Goldhagen is an American author and former associate professor of political science and social studies at Harvard University. Goldhagen reached international attention and broad criticism as the author of two controversial books about the Holocaust: 'Hitler's Willing Executioners' and 'A Moral Reckoning' . He is also the author of 'Worse Than War' , which examines the phenomenon of genocide, and 'The Devil That Never Dies,' in which he traces a worldwide rise in virulent anti-Semitism. Wikipedia*

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Daniel Jonah Goldhagen has nine videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1996 Forum as a Professor for the Government Department of the Harvard University. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1999 with an average of 1,216 views per program. Most common tags: World War II, Religious Issues, Religious Minorities.

Appearances by Title:Author Videos: 3 c. April 8, 1996 - Present Professor, Government Department, Harvard University Videos: 6

Recent Appearances

  • <em>The Devil That Never Dies</em>

    The Devil That Never Dies

    Daniel Jonah Goldhagen talked about his book, [The Devil That Never Dies: The Rise and Threat of Global Antisemitism, in…

  • <em>Payback</em>


    Thane Rosenbaum spoke about his book, Payback: The Case for Revenge, in which he argues that revenge and justice are not…

  • <em>Worse Than War</em>

    Worse Than War

    Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, author of Hitler’s Willing Executioners, talked about his latest book which takes a wider look at…

  • <em>A Moral Reckoning </em>

    A Moral Reckoning

    Daniel Jonah Goldhagen talks about his book, A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and Its…

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