Patrick J. Gallo was an adjunct professor of history and political science at New York University until his retirement. He is the author of nine books, including two classic works about the Italian American experience: Ethnic Alienation: The Italian-Americans and Old Bread, New Wine: Portrait of Italian-Americans. His published works also include For Love and Country: The Italian Resistance and Pope Pius XII, the Holocaust, and the Revisionists. His articles have appeared in the New York Times and scholarly journals. He was a scholar-in-residence at the American Academy in Rome, taught at Loyola University’s Rome Center, received New York University’s DAS Prize for Research as well as New Jersey Social Science Teacher of the Year, and was awarded NEH and Fulbright grants. Gallo has served as a consultant on Holocaust education, ethnic studies, intergroup relations, and the documentary Oro Macht Frei.