Donna L. Halper is an Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Lesley University in Massachusetts. She joined SABR in 2011, and her research focuses on women and minorities in baseball, the Negro Leagues, and “firsts” in baseball history. A former radio deejay, credited with having discovered the rock band Rush, Dr. Halper reinvented herself and got her PhD at age 64. In addition to her research into baseball, she is also a media historian with expertise in the history of broadcasting. She has contributed to SABR’s Games Project and BioProject, as well as writing several articles for the Baseball Research Journal.
SABR BioProject biographies written by Donna L. Halper
SABR Games Project stories written by Donna L. Halper
SABR Journal Articles written by Donna L. Halper
SABR Research Topics written by Donna L. Halper
SABR Research Articles written by Donna L. Halper
SABR Ballparks written by Donna L. Halper