Dominic Green is a Senior Fellow in FPRI’s Center for the Study of America and the West. A historian, columnist and critic, he is the author of The Double Life of Dr. Lopez: Spies, Shakespeare and the Plot to Poison Elizabeth I (Random House, 2003), Three Empires on the Nile: The Victorian Jihad, 1869-1899 (Free Press, 2007), and The Religious Revolution: The Birth of Modern Spirituality, 1848-1898 (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022).
Green is a regular contributor of op-eds and reviews to The Wall Street Journal, and a weekly columnist and essayist for TheWashington Examiner and TheJewish Chronicle. He also writes regularly for The Daily Telegraph, The New Criterion, and The New York Post. He was previously editor-in-chief of The Spectator’s US edition.
Green holds Master’s degrees from Oxford and Harvard, and a PhD from Brandeis, where he was the Mandel Fellow in the Humanities and researched religion and nationalism in Britain during the American Revolution. He has taught Writing and History at Brandeis, and Politics at Boston College. He is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Royal Society of Arts.