Ph.D. - Script Consultant/Co-Writer
is a professor at New York University where he is the Director of
Honors as well as teaching Social and Cultural
Analysis and History. In addition, he is Director of the Metropolitan
Studies Program, which he has led since 1989. He is an American
social historian specializing in labor, urban and working-class
has has authored over thirty articles, co-edited or authored five
books, and produced three films.
and co-Director of New York University's Graduate Program in Public
pioneered efforts to bring America's
broad general audiences in film and video. Mr. Walkowitz
has received over $1 million in grants for his work, including
will co-write The Big U.
Professor of Humanities at Kings Point,
the United States Merchant Academy.
Dr. Brickman teaches courses on
American History and has written on the topic of women and minorities
entering the military.
Richard Sennett, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology at MIT and the London School of Economics and
is a widely read sociologist, his recent book The Culture
of the New Capitalism addresses the erosion of craftsmanship in modern
Mark Crispin Miller, Ph.D.
Professor of media ecology in the Department
of Culture and Communication at New York University who specializes
in the history and tactics
of advertising and writing.
William "Bill" Miller
Author of dozens of books on maritime
history, including the S.S. United States, and is considered an
international authority in the
maritime field in addition to being a dynamic speaker.