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Dr. Mark Callaghan is an Art Historian, Lecturer, and Resident Historian for Viking Cruises. He specializes in the memorialisation of conflict and trauma, and his monograph, Empathetic Memorials, is published by Palgrave Macmillan. More >>

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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