A native of Cohasset, Massachusetts, Christopher Williams is a music historian who lives in northwest Ohio with his wife and four cats. He grew up in the Boston area, where he experienced the frustrations of the great and disappointing Red Sox teams of the 1970s, and has been an avid baseball fan ever since. His interests in historical baseball date from childhood, and were re- awakened in graduate school with the aid of some similarly-minded music graduate students at Berkeley. He has taught music history at Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Institute of Music, the University of Alberta, the University of Salzburg, and Bowling Green State University, has published and presented scholarly work on 20th-century music and the music of turn-of-the-century Vienna and Germany’s Weimar Republic, and was a contributing writer to Deadball Stars of the American League. He has been a SABR member since 2003.
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