Victor Davis Hanson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Hoover Institution
Victor Davis Hanson Biography
Victor Davis Hanson is an American military historian, classicist, and conservative commentator. He serves at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution in classics and military history as the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow.
Victor Davis Hanson Age
Victor was born in Fowler, California, United States, on September 5, 1953. He is 69 years old.
Victor Hanson Height
Hanso stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx. 1.72 m tall.
Victor Davis Hanson Education
He attended public school from Selma High School for his high school diploma. Later on, Hanson joined the University of California, Santa Cruz, and earned his B.A. with the highest honors in classics and general college honors in 1975. Subsequently, Davis attended the University of Stanford and received his Ph.D. in classics in 1980.
Victor Davis Hanson Family
He was born to his caring mom Pauline Davis Hanson and his supportive dad William Frank Hanson. Victor grew up on his grandfather’s raisin farm in the San Joaquin Valley outside Selma, California.
His mother served for a California superior court and state appeals court justice as a lawyer, while his father was a junior college administrator, educator, and farmer. Hanson has a fraternal twin named Alfred Hanson and Nelson Hanson. Alfred Hanson is a biologist and farmer and Nelson Hanson is a writer.
Victor Davis Hanson Wife
He is married to his lovely and caring wife Cara Hanson. Together, the duo shares three children William Frank Hanson, Susannah Merry Hanson, and Pauline Davis Hanson Steinback.
Victor Davis Hanson Salary
Victor receives an annual salary of $61,852 per year. This is according to Hoover Institution anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Victor Davis Hanson Net Worth
Hanson’s approximated net worth is $5 million.
Victor Davis Hanson Career
Hanson is an American military historian, classicist, and conservative commentator. He serves at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution in classics and military history as the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow. In Addition, Davis received the National Humanities Medal from President George W. Bush in 2007, and in 2007–2008 was a presidential appointee on the American Battle Monuments Commission.
Davis also serves at California State University, Fresno, as a professor emeritus of Classics and at Hillsdale College as a visiting professor. Previously, Victor has been a commentator on contemporary politics and modern and ancient warfare for The Washington Times, Wall Street Journal, National Review, The New York Times, and other media outlets.