Daniel Martinez HoSang

Fellow, Race and Democracy

As a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, Daniel Martinez HoSang studies race and conservatism, including the historical and contemporary context for the growing number of people of color aligning with embracing right-wing politics.

Daniel is professor of American studies at Yale University, with secondary appointments in the department of political science and in the Yale School of Medicine Section of the History of Medicine. He is an interdisciplinary scholar of racial formation and racism in politics, culture, and the law. Daniel’s current research projects include a forthcoming co-edited volume with Joseph Lowndes titled The Politics of the Multiracial Right. He is the author or coeditor of six books including most recently, A Wider Type of Freedom: How Struggles for Racial Justice Liberate Everyone (2021). He received his BA in history from Wesleyan University and PhD in American Studies and Ethnicity from the University of Southern California.