Author: Wolf Schäfer

Wolf Schäfer is a Professor of Technology and Society and of History at Stony Brook University. He received his higher education in Marburg, Bonn, Kings College London, Munich, and Bremen, earned an MA in History, International Politics, and Philosophy and a PhD in History of Science and Technology and Social History. Dr. Schäfer has worked at a Max-Planck- Institute with C. F. von Weizsäcker and Jürgen Habermas, became a professor in Darmstadt,and moved to the United States in 1989. He pioneered global history as an alternative to world history, founded the Center for Global & Local History and the Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies, which he heads. The author of over eighty articles and ten books, Schäfer is currently researching the management of big science projects in the US and Germany during World War II.


Dark Words Plus Winds of Change answers the question: How did Donald Trump win the American presidential election? The author, a professional historian and naturalized American from Germany, explains Trump’s capture of the White House to both Americans and observers of America as an anti-democratic breakthrough. This book puts Trump […]
Genre: Current Affairs, Non-Fiction

Dark Words Plus Winds of Change – How Donald Trump ...