Peter  Catapano Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Peter Catapano

Associate Professor
New York City College of Technology

I earned a Ph.D. in United States History with a concentration in Critical Theory from the University of California, Irvine and a M.A. in Film and Television Studies from U.C.L.A. As an undergraduate I majored in history at Columbia University. Currently, I teach US History and the History of American Immigration at New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn.



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Proteus: A Journal of Ideas

The Perfect Woman: Annette Kellerman and the Spectacle of the Female Form

Published: Sep 01, 2008 by Proteus: A Journal of Ideas
Authors: Peter Catapano
Subjects: History, Theater, Sports and Leisure, Art & Visual Culture

This article explores the influence of Australian swimmer and early silent film star Annette Kellerman on notions of womanhood and in particular the female body in the United States during the early twentieth century.