Daniel Immerwahr is a historian and a professor at Northwestern University. He’s taught at Berkeley, Columbia, Northwestern, and San Quentin State Prison. His main teaching subjects are global history and U.S. foreign relations.
He wrote How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States and Thinking Small (Harvard): A critical account of grassroots foreign aid.
Find him on Twitter here.
If you liked my class “History of Carrots- A Propaganda Vegetable” then you’ll love his lecture “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Guano But Were Afraid to Ask.” If you didn’t like my carrot class, go watch it anyway. It’s good for you.
It’s like I always say… “Come for the jokes, stay for the guano-based facts.”