Timothy Shenk

National Fellow

Timothy Shenk is National Fellow at New America. He will write a book examining the surprisingly short history of the economy, a concept that began the twentieth century as an obscure notion of interest mostly to a small group of economists, but soon became the dominant subject of political debate across the globe. He attended Cambridge University on a Kellett Fellowship, received a doctorate in history from Columbia University, and is currently a Mellon postdoctoral fellow at Washington University in St. Louis. His first book, Maurice Dobb: Political Economist, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2013, and his work has appeared in a variety of outlets, including the Nation, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and Dissent, where he is also the associate book review editor.

All Work

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Dead Center: Jonathan Chait's new book shows the failure of "grown up" liberalism

Tim Shenk wrote for the New Republic about Jonathan Chait's new book.


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The Next Democratic Party

Timothy Shenk writes for the Dissent about the future of Democratic Party.


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A Time for Rage

Tim Shenk wrote for Dissent about the American electorate after the vote.


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Democracy's Revenge

Timothy Shenk wrote for the Nation about what political scientists and policy journalists often miss about American politics.