Dr. Brian D’Agostino is an interdisciplinary social scientist and educator, with publications and other professional qualifications that span psychology, mathematics, political-economy, and history. He is a statistical researcher and consultant and holds a Ph.D. and two other degrees from Columbia University. Dr. D'Agostino is Communications Director of the International Psychohistorical Association and author of The Middle Class Fights Back: How Progressive Movements Can Restore Democracy in America (Praeger 2012). He has testified before the New York State Senate Education Committee and lectured for the general public and academic audiences. His publications have appeared in the peer-reviewed Political Science Quarterly, Clio's Psyche, Political Psychology, The Journal of Psychohistory, and Review of Political Economy, as well as popular publications including New York Daily News, Z Magazine, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, and Living City. Brian lives in New York City with his wife, Constance L. Benson.