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VIRGINIA CAMPBELL is a freelance writer in Los Angeles. She wrote “How RAND Invented the Postwar World” in our Summer 2004 issue. More >>

DANIEL E. CAPANO is an independent consultant living in Stamford, Connecticut. He writes frequently on engineering historu. More >>

W. Bernard Carlson is a Professor at the University of Virginia, with appointments in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society (School of Engineering) and the History Department (College of Arts and Sciences).

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Thomas H. Carver, an independent curator, writer, and art consultant, wrote “The Engineer’s Art” in the Fall 1991 issue of Invention & Technology . More >>

Robert Casey is the John and Horace Dodge Curator of Transportation at The Henry Ford in Michigan. More >>

Ted Cavanagh is an associate professor of architecture at Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. More >>

PAUL CERUZZI is the curator of aerospace electronics and computing at the National Air and Space Museum and the author of A History of Modern Computing , published by the MIT Press. More >>

RICHARD CHASE worked for 20 years as an agent to merchant ships. He lives in Melrose, Massachusetts. More >>

James R. Chiles is a member of Invention & Technology's editorial advisory board and has been writing about science and history since 1979. More >>

Chiles, James R. is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Al Christman is a journalist and historian in San Marcos, California. He was a writer and historian for the U.S. Navy, and served as historian of Navy Laboratories.


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Cobb, Emma is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Margaret Coel wrote about the Golden Gate Bridge in the Summer 1987 Invention & Technology . More >>

ERWIN v. COHEN has worked in scientific publishing for many years. His company, Magnolia Publishing, recently published the LIA Handbook of Laser Materials Processing . More >>

I. Bernard Cohen is the Victor S. Thomas Professor of the History of Science Emeritus at Harvard University. More >>

STEPHEN COLE is a science writer in Washington, D.C. More >>

David Colley lives in Easton, Pennsylvania, and writes often on military matters. He is the author of The Road to Victory , the story of World War II’s Red Ball Express. More >>

Richard Connifi was managing editor of Geo . He is author of Irish Walls , to be published in May. More >>

Cook, Kevin L. is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

Stephen Coonts is an American spy thriller and suspense novelist. More >>

Dan Cooper is a physicist turned writer in South Orange, New Jersey. More >>

Ruth Schwartz Cowan is a professor of history and director of women’s studies at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and author of More Work for Mother: The Ironies of Household Technology from the Open He More >>

Berry Craig is a of history at Paducah Community College, in Kentucky. He has been the host of the television show, Berry Craig's Notebook, since 1989, the year he came to the college after spending a dozen years as a daily newspaper columnist. More >>

Edward R. Crews is a business reporter for the Richmond, Virginia, Times-Dispatch and also writes often on maritime and naval topics. More >>

Ken Croswell is a doctoral candidate in astronomy at Harvard University and has written for Air & Space, Astronomy, and Science Impact . More >>

Tom D. Crouch is senior curator of aeronautics at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum. More >>

Ken Cupery is a systems and optical engineer who retired from Eastman Kodak in 2002 after 35 years. More >>

Wayne Curtis is the author of And a Bottle of Rum: A History of the New World in 10 Cocktails , which will be published by Crown in July. More >>
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