Wednesday, September 29, 2004

 

About Me

Bijan C. Bayne is the author of "Sky Kings: Black Pioneers of Professional Basketball", which was named to the Suggested Reading List of the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2004.
In July 2002, he won the Robert Peterson Research Award for his presentation "The Struggle of the Latin American Ballplayer", given at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. Bayne's chapter on Black baseball in North Carolina appears in the book "Baseball in the Carolinas" (McFarland 2002). His essay on schoolyard basketball will appear in the anthology "Basketball in America" (Haworth 2005).

Bayne has guest lectured on the social significance of the life of Jackie Robinson each year since 1996 at The George Washington University, at classes, and events such as Charter Day 1996 and Unity Week in 1999. His travel articles have appeared in AAA Horizons, Family Digest and National Hotel Executive, and his book reviews have been featured in Washington Post Book World, The Boston Herald, and The Crisis. He is a columnist for the Fantasy Sports magazine DreamCoach, and the corresponding website Dreamwired (see www.dreamwired.com)

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