Contributors (2021)


Ann M. Becker is Associate Professor of Historical Studies at Empire State College, State University of New York.

Nava Berger is currently studying law at Northeastern University School of Law. She is an alumni of Stony Brook University with BA degrees in History, with Departmental Honors, and Political Science. She is a former volunteer tour guide at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, the home of President Theodore Roosevelt, in Oyster Bay, Long Island.

Christopher Capozzola is Professor of History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author of Uncle Sam Wants You: World War I and the Making of the Modern American Citizen (2008) and Bound by War: How the United States and the Philippines Built America’s First Pacific Century (2020).

Amy Kasuga Folk is the Historian and Manager of Collections at the Oysterponds Historical Society and Southold Historical Society, New York.

Natalie A. Naylor is Professor Emerita at Hofstra University and was the founding director of its Long Island Studies Institute.

Stephen J. Sullivan’s “day job” is Research Director  at Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead, NY, where he annually mentors the independent projects of 65 remarkable young women. Every summer he teaches “The History of the City of New York” at Columbia University, his Alma Mater. Stephen has authored or co-authored countless articles across the breadth of the social sciences – history, education, geography, psychology, etc. “History of the Brooklyn Irish, 1850-1900” is currently being revised for 2023 publication. Additionally, Stephen has presented his research at professional conferences, most recently at the 2021 Society of the History of Education Conference in San Diego and the 2021 Society for Science Research Teachers Conference in Washington, DC.

Beverly C. Tyler is the Historian of the Three Village Historical Society, Setauket, New York.

Marilyn E. Weigold is a Professor of History, University Historian, and Assistant Chair of the Department of Economics, History and Political Science at Pace University.

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