- Patrick Henry Fellow, Spring 2013
Neal Gabler is one of America’s most accomplished biographers. During his residency at Washington College, he taught a course on “The Art of Biography.” Gabler is an author, cultural historian, screenwriter, producer, film and media critic, and commentator who has been called “one of America’s most important public intellectuals.” He has written prizewinning biographies of Walt Disney, Walter Winchell, and early Hollywood movie moguls and is now at work on a book about the late Senator Edward Kennedy and modern American politics. He is the winner of an Emmy, two Los Angeles Times Book Prizes, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. His latest book Catching the Wind: Edward Kennedy and the Liberal Hour was published in 2020.
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