John Halsey, EdD, Columbia U.; jazz pianist/arranger; has performed at Birdland, Michael's Pub, Red Blazer II and Cajun; lectures on American popular song at Bergen, NJ YMHA.
Jacquie Hann, MFA, SVA; author and illustrator of internationally popular children’s books, including That Man Is Talking to His Toes, Up Day, Down Day (a Junior Literary Guild Selection), and, most recently, Kick Block Punch; her illustrations have appeared in Good Housekeeping, Humpty Dumpty, Children’s Digest, and Scholastic; has taught at Parsons The New School for Design and in private workshops.
Rachel Heiman, PhD, U. of Michigan; has conducted ethnographic fieldwork in Zimbabwe and New Jersey; current research on middle class anxieties and suburban life; visiting scholar, Russell Sage Foundation; summer fellow, School of American Research.
Jeffrey Hogrefe, BA, UC-Berkeley; journalist and author; contributor to the New Yorker, Harper’s Smithsonian, and the New York Observer; wrote a weekly arts column for the Washington Post; author of O’Keeffe: The Life of an American Legend; member of the Authors’ Guild and PEN.
Walter R. Holland, PhD, CUNY Graduate Center; author of A Journal of the Plague Years: Poems 1979–1992 and a novel, The March; poems published in Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review, Poets for Life, and The Columbia Anthology of Gay Literature; his dissertation won the 1998 Paul Monette Award; keynote speaker, 1999 Provincetown Poetry Festival.
James M. Holmes, MPH, Hunter College; NYS licensed psychoanalyst.
Mary Howard, AB, Harvard College; entrepreneur-in-residence, NYS Energy Research & Development Authority and NJ Inst. of Technology; board member, MIT Entrepreneur Forum; president, SunCirc; principal, Design Technologies.
Samuel Howell, MA, U. of Florida; PhD candidate, Middlebury College; Chair, Dept. of Modern Languages, Nightingale-Bamford School, where he teaches French, Spanish, and Latin; has also taught at U. of Florida and U. of Miami; fields of interest include French-Canadian literature and Polynesian history and culture.
Richard M. Huff, writer and photographer for NYC-area newspapers and magazines; currently writes for the New York Daily News identifying trends in network TV and developing contacts with executives and actors; also writes a weekly motor sports column.
Richard Humphreys, MA in English/TESOL, San Francisco State U.; taught at colleges in Northern California; has presented at the California TESOL Conference; has served as a field supervisor and a mentor for new teachers in the Teaching Fellows Program at Hunter College; teaches ESL in the Language Communications Programme at the United Nations.
T.K. Hunter, Ph.D., Columbia
U. (history), M.A., Hunter College
(art history), Andrew W. Mellon fellow, consultant for a WGBH-TV history
production (aired nationwide), invited National Historical site speaker.
Publications include “Geographies of Liberty” and law review article