Daniel J. Sundahl

About Daniel J. Sundahl

Daniel James Sundahl is Emeritus Professor at Hillsdale College, retiring after 35 years of teaching. He has an undergraduate degree from Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota and graduate degrees in United States Intellectual History from the University of Utah. Over the years the good professor has lectured and published widely, an activity which has slowed a bit in retirement years.

Bleeding the Elm

By |2014-09-01T22:26:14-05:00November 14th, 2012|Categories: Bradley J. Birzer, Poetry, Russell Kirk|

Russell Kirk Mr. Birzer’s recent archeological dig into Dr. Kirk’s speech-writing unearthed a memory from now a quarter-century ago plus one, 1986, spring to be exact. Rusty Nichols, then Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Hillsdale College called me to his office. The purpose was to discuss some help for Russell Kirk who was [...]

Lachrimae Gementes

By |2014-01-23T09:06:11-06:00October 13th, 2012|Categories: Poetry|

It was when he stepped outside And stood there on his porch He knew he’d hear it once again, The phrase persistent to his memory. Three times now in less than half a year. He knew he’d need a logic once again, Some words to offer when the young girl called To ask for [...]

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