“The “administered world” of Nazism represented the realization, not the abandonment, of the Enlightenment: the ‘Enlightenment is totalitarian.’”
Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen is an award-winning Professor of History at University of Madison-Wisconsin. Her research centres on the intellectual and cultural history of the United States, including the transatlantic flow of intellectual and cultural movements.
Jennifer received the prestigious Mellon Post-doctoral fellowship to pursue this work and is the author of numerous books including American Nietzsche and The Ideas that Made America. Her writing has been widely awarded,, including the Morris D. Forkosch Prize for the best first book in intellectual history.
“A leading scholar of American intellectual history” – LA Review of Books