Contributors

 Graham Russell Gao Hodges, George Dorland Langdon Jr. Professor of history and Africana and Latin American studies (“The Forgotten Freedom Fighter”), has taught early American and New York City history at Colgate since 1986. Several of his books have brought to light neglected but significant historical figures such as Asian-American actress Anna May Wong and Revolutionary War Loyalist Colonel Tye.
   
 Professor of Art and Art History Mary Ann Calo (“Modernism at the Fringes”) teaches courses on modern and contemporary art history and American art. She is the author of several books and numerous articles. Her research interests include the history of art criticism, American art and culture between the world wars, and the visual art of the Harlem Renaissance.
   
 David McKay Wilson (“Bikes Belong”) has written for more than 80 university and college alumni magazines, The New York Times, and the Harvard Education Letter. The founder and president of the Bike Walk Alliance of Westchester & Putnam, which works with municipalities to promote cycling and walking, he logged 2,300 miles on his bike in 2010.



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