Victor Davis Hanson

Victor Davis Hanson is an Illie and Martin Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, where he is a Senior Fellow Resident studying Military History and the Classics. He is a Distinguished Fellow at Hillsdale College, a Tribune Media Services nationally syndicated columnist and a professor Emeritus at California State University.

Over the years, he has won numerous fellowships, honors and awards including the Bradley Prize in 2008 and the National Humanities Medal in 2007. Victor has also authored hundreds of scholarly papers, book reviews, articles, and newspaper editorials.

He has written on all manner of issues ranging from contemporary culture, ancient Greek, domestic politics, foreign affairs, military, and agrarian history. Over the years, he has been the author or editor of more than 17 titles and has also written columns for “The New York Post,” and the “New York Time” among others.

Books in order of publication:

Standalone Novels

The End of Sparta(2011) 

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

The Western Way of War(1989) 
The Other Greeks(1995) 
Fields Without Dreams(1996) 
Who Killed Homer (With: )(1998) 
Warfare & Agriculture in Classical Greece(1998) 
The Soul of Battle(1999) 
The Land Was Everything(2000) 
Carnage and Culture(2001) 
Bonfire of the Humanities (With: )(2001) 
The Wars of the Ancient Greeks(2002) 
Craft of Northern California(2003) 
Ripples of Battle(2003) 
Between War and Peace(2004) 
A War Like No Other(2005) 
An Autumn of War(2007) 
War, Ancient and Modern(2008) 
How the Obama Administration Threatens Our National Security(2009) 
Makers of Ancient Strategy(2010) 
The Father of Us All(2010) 
Obama: The Dream and the Reality(2012) 
The Savior Generals(2013) 
The Second World Wars(2017) 
The Case for Trump(2019) 
The Dying Citizen                                                
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