Victor Davis Hanson Net Worth, Bio, Hometown, Height, Wife, Education

Victor Davis Hanson Biography and Early Life

Victor Davis Hanson is an American farmer, classicist, military historian and author. He was born on September 5, 1953 in Fowler, California, United States and he was raised in Selma, California. He was born to his parents named Pauline Davis Hanson (Mother) and Allen Hanson (Father). He grew up with two brothers named Nels Hanson and a fraternal twin named Alfred Hanson.

Victor Davis Hanson Net Worth

Victor Davis Hanson is an American farmer, classicist, military historian and author who has an estimated net worth of $4 million. He earns over $500 thousand as salary annually.

Victor Davis Hanson Career

Victor Davis Hanson has made writings such as Warfare and Agriculture, which he wrote as his 1983 PhD thesis. In 1995, he wrote The Other Greeks. In 2003, he wrote Mexifornia, in 2003, he wrote Ripples of Battle, in 2011, he wrote The End of Sparta. He has also edited essays like Bonfire of the Humanities in 2001, Makers of Ancient Strategy in 2010, Between war and peace in 2004, The Father of Us All in 2010. In 2001, he authored the book titled Carnage and Culture, where he argued that the military dominance of western civilization results from certain fundamental aspects of western culture.

He also co-authored the book titled Who killed Homer? The Demise of Classical Education and the Recovery of Greek Wisdom, where he talked about classical education. In 2019, he voiced out his support for Donald Trump by publishing the book titled The Case for Trump. He was also a critic of the Obama administration and on many occasions, he has stated that Obama participated in the appeasement of Iran and Russia. Hanson is a professor emeritus at California State University and he began teaching at the University in 1984.

Victor Davis Hanson Education (High School and College)

Victor Davis Hanson studied at Selma High School. He also attended Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz and Stanford University.

Victor Davis Hanson Wife

Victor Davis Hanson is married to his wife named Cara Hanson.

Victor Davis Hanson Religion

Victor Davis Hanson practices Christianity as religion.

Victor Davis Hanson Kids

Victor Davis Hanson has two kids named Susannah Merry Hanson (Daughter) and Pauline Davis Hanson Steinback (Daughter).

Victor Davis Hanson Siblings

Victor Davis Hanson grew up with two brothers named Nels Hanson and a fraternal twin named Alfred Hanson.

Victor Davis Hanson Hometown

Victor Davis Hanson’s hometown is Selma, California, United States.

Victor Davis Hanson Residence

Victor Davis Hanson resides in California, United States.

Victor Davis Hanson Height and Weight

Victor Davis Hanson stands at a height of 5 ft 10 inches. He weighs 76 kg.

Victor Davis Hanson Nationality and Ethnicity

Victor Davis Hanson is of American nationality. He is of Swedish-Welsh ethnicity and descent.

Social Media Presence

Hanson has over 300 thousand Twitter followers, over 50 thousand Facebook followers and he is also active on other social media networks.

Controversies, rumors and legal issues

Since coming to much media attention as a professor emeritus, Hanson hasn’t been linked to any known controversy, rumors and legal issues.

Facts about Victor Davis Hanson

Net Worth  $4 million
Salary  Over $500 thousand annually
Income Source  Farmer, classicist, military historian and author
Birthday  September 5, 1953
Wife  Cara Hanson
Education (High School and College)  Selma High School, Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz and Stanford University
Religion  Christianity 
Residence  California, United States
Kids  Susannah Merry Hanson (Daughter) and Pauline Davis Hanson Steinback (Daughter)
Siblings  Nels Hanson (Brother) and Alfred Hanson (Brother)
Hometown  Selma, California, United States
Height  5 ft 10 inches
Weight  76 kg 
Nationality  American 
Ethnicity  Swedish-Welsh
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