Campus: Wilfrid Laurier
Office: DAWB 4-140
D.J. Mulloy is an Associate Professor of American History at Wilfrid Laurier University, specializing in the study of post-1945 US history. He is particularly interested in American political extremism and in the relationship between intellectual history and political rhetoric. His research addresses issues of violence, conspiracy, terrorism, radicalism and the use and misuse of the past by contemporary political movements.
He is the author of Homegrown Revolutionaries: An American Militia Reader (University of East Anglia Press, 1999) and American Extremism: History, Politics and the Militia Movement (Routledge, 2004).