Daniel N. Gullotta is a Ph.D. candidate (ABD) at Stanford University. Specializing in American religious history, he is completing a dissertation on how religious politics influenced the rise of Andrew Jackson and the formation of the Democratic and Whig parties. His research has been published by Early American Studies and Novum Testamentum. His public writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Bulwark, The Hill, and many other publications. He is also the host of the Age of Jackson Podcast. Originally from Australia, he holds a M.A.R. from Yale University’s School of Divinity, a M.T.S. from the Australian Catholic University, and he received his B.Th. (with Honors) from the University of Newcastle.
M.A.R., Yale University
M.T.S., Australian Catholic University
B.Th. (Hons), University of Newcastle & Charles Sturt University