Martin Duberman

MARTIN DUBERMAN is Distinguished Professor of History at the City University of New York and the author of some twenty books, including Charles Francis Adams (winner of The Bancroft Prize); James Russell Lowell (a finalist for the National Book Award); Paul Robeson (winner of several prizes, including the NYPL's George Freedley Memorial Award for the "best book of the year"); Cures; and Left Out: The Politics of Exclusion, Essays 1964–2002. Duberman’s first play, In White America, won the Vernon Rice/Drama Desk Award, and Mother Earth, his play on the life of Emma Goldman, was recently been showcased at the New York Theater Workshop. Visions of Kerouac, his play about the Beat generation, opened at the Marin Theatre Company in May 2003.