Giamatti's principled view of Baseball’s public duty to the fans and to America; a fuller exploration of Baseball’s embrace of th…
Giamatti’s confrontation with Rose and those who lent credence to the Big Lie; his moral, ethical and practical imperatives about…
Diane Smith is a New York Times bestselling author, Emmy award winning journalist, Connecticut news and cultural commentator, inductee in the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and currently Distinguished Lecturer at the University of New Haven.
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Neil Thomas Proto, a lawyer, author, playwright, and former teacher at Georgetown University’s McCourt Public Policy School, resides in Washington, DC, is the author of the award winning, Fearless, A. Bartlett Giamatti and the Battle for Fairness in America, a recently published biography of Giamatti. He was born in New Haven, and is the writer of this podcast.
Marcus Bartlett Giamatti, an accomplished television actor and musician, is professor of acting and directing at Temple University’s School of Theater, Film, and Media Arts. He is a graduate of Bowdoin College, and the Yale School of Drama. Both his parents, Toni Smith and A. Bartlett Giamatti, and his father’s parents, acted and taught as well.