Jennifer Delton is the Douglas Family Chair in American Culture, History, and Literary and Interdisciplinary Studies at Skidmore College. She studies the political, racial, and economic history of the United States in the twentieth century, and offers courses on U.S. foreign policy, the rise and fall of U.S. liberalism and conservatism, the Cold War, race and ethnicity, and American business history. She is the author of Making Minnesota Liberal: Civil Rights and the Transformation of the Democratic Party (2002), Racial Integration and Corporate America, 1940–1990 (2009), and Rethinking the 1950s: How Anticommunism and the Cold War Made America Liberal (2014). She is currently writing a history of manufacturing in the twentieth-century United States.
- Inequality, Diversity, and the Rise of Trump *
- When We Were Liberal
- How Anticommunism and the Cold War Made America Liberal
Lectures marked with a * are offered as part of the OAH's initiative, Historians' Perspectives on the Rise of Donald Trump.