Tobias Endler studied Political Science, American and German Studies at Heidelberg University. He has worked as a teacher at a London-based comprehensive school. In 2007-08, he was a Research & Teaching Fellow at Yale University. Endler holds a Ph.D. degree from Heidelberg University (2011) and has attended and/or organized numerous conferences, panels, and roundtables across Europe and the United States, among others at Yale University, New York University, the University of Notre Dame, King’s College, and Charles University Prague.
Endler has published three books: After 9/11: Leading Political Thinkers about the World, the U.S. and Themselves (2011), a collection of interviews with leading political thinkers such as Zbigniew Brzezinski, Noam Chomsky, Francis Fukuyama, and Anne-Marie Slaughter, How to Be a Superpower (2012), and (together with Martin Thunert) Entzauberung: Skizzen und Ansichten zu den USA in der Ära Obama (2015). He is a co-editor of Zeitenwende 9/11? Eine transatlantische Bilanz (2016) and a regular contributor to Carta.
Endler has worked on deliberative democracy and public debate, the role and responsibility of the media in Western societies, US domestic and foreign policy, and transatlantic relations. He currently tries to wrap his head around the Trump presidency.