Daniel Hirschhorn


I have over 25 years of business and government consulting experience, 14 years of university and college teaching experience, and years of public service work. I am a two-time graduate of The Johns Hopkins University (BA and MBA) and also hold a JD degree.
I have been, and remain, an Associate Professor at several Maryland colleges and universities. I am concerned about what more I can do to help my students and the schools at which I work. I love to teach because I enjoy sharing knowledge and engaging in intellectual discourse.
I have recently published my first book: Horror of a Dark Heart: People Are Hostile Beneath the Thin Veneer of Civilization (2013) at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FO1IQ2O#reader_B00FO1IQ2O and
My education is as follows:
• Touro Law School, JD (member: D.C. and Maryland bars);
• The Johns Hopkins University, School of Professional Studies, MBA; and
• The Johns Hopkins University, Kreiger School of Arts and Sciences, BA, English/Humanities.
• Associate Professor, University of Maryland University College.
• Consultant: business writing and analysis
• Senior editor and project manager
• Business analyst and technical writer
• Speechwriter

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Horror of a Dark Heart: People Are Hostile Beneath the Thin Veneer of Civilization--Why People Are so Often Selfish, Deceptive, Manipulative, Unethical, Destructive, Violent, Sadistic, and Sinful
Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 72,430. Language: English. Published: May 19, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Violence in Society
Hostility is an innate, independent, instinctual disposition in people and a powerful obstacle to a civilized society. Fully annotated and cited, this interdisciplinary study recounts many terrible past and present hostile human actions, many somewhat below the radar of well-known events. The subject matter is fully brought to life by presenting the dark, more “secret” nature of human behavior.

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