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Merritt Ierley is the author of Open House: A Guided Tour of the American Home 1637-Present , published in March by Henry Holt, from which this article is adapted. This fall will see the publication of his book The Comforts of Home (Random House/Clarkson Potter), an extended look at the
Mr. Infield’s article is based on his book The Disaster at Bari , published this month by Macmillan. He wrote another book for Macmillan, Unarmed and Unafraid , a history of aerial reconnaissance (1970).
Julie V. Iovine is a writer based in New York. She often writes on architectural subjects.
Akira Iriye has been a professor of History at Harvard University since 1989. Prof. Iriye was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1934 and graduated from a Tokyo high school in 1953. He received a B.A. from Haverford College in 1957 and a Ph.D. in U.S. and East Asian History from Harvard in 1961. Professor Iriye was an Instructor and Lecturer in history at Harvard following receipt of his Ph.D. He then tau
—Walter Isaacson is the managing editor of Time magazine and the author of Kissinger: A Biography and a forthcoming biography of Benjamin Franklin.
Marjorie F. Iseman is a free-lance writer who not only grew up in New York hut still lives and works there today.
Maurice Isserman is a Professor of History at Hamilton College who specializes in modern U.S. History, American radical movements, and global exploration and mountaineering. Famous for his writing on the 1960s, Isserman's book, The Other American: The Life of Michael Harrington, was selected as a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. More r