Klaus J. Hansen

Klaus J. Hansen taught the history of American thought and culture at Queen’s University, Ontario, from 1968 to 2001. He regards as his proudest achievement the distinguished work of his students on Mormonism, Masonry, gender, American culture, Emerson, Perry Miller, racial thought, and the historiography of slavery to name a few of the most important.

Klaus contributed a chapter to Excavating Mormon Pasts: The New Historiography of the Last Half Century.