Daniel Piazza

Curador de Filatelia, Museo Postal Nacional

Daniel A. Piazza, curador de filatelia en el Museo Postal Nacional Smithsonian, recopila y escribe sobre las estampillas y la historia postal de los EE. UU. durante el período de la Oficina (1894-1978), así como de la península italiana. Es miembro de la junta de gobernadores de la Sociedad Filatélica del Vaticano y edita su revista, Notas del Vaticano; también ha recibido los premios Veritas y President de la sociedad (por beca y servicio, respectivamente). Sus otras membresías nacionales incluyen la American Philatelic Society, la American Philatelic Research Library, la American First Day Cover Society y la Writers Unit #30. A nivel local, se desempeña como presidente de literatura para la exposición NAPEX y pertenece tanto al Washington Stamp Collectors Club como a la Baltimore Philatelic Society.

Además de sus actividades filatélicas, Piazza es un historiador académico que se especializa en la historia de los EE. UU. hasta 1760. Tiene títulos en la materia del Wagner College (BA, 1998) y la Universidad de Syracuse (MA, 2004) y completó los cursos para su doctorado. D.

Publicado alrededor de 2009.

Curator of Philately, National Postal Museum

Daniel A. Piazza, Curator of Philately at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum, collects and writes about the stamps and postal history of the U.S. during the Bureau period (1894-1978) as well as the Italian peninsula. He sits on the board of governors of the Vatican Philatelic Society and edits its journal, Vatican Notes; he has also received the society’s Veritas and President’s awards (for scholarship and service, respectively). His other national memberships include the American Philatelic Society, American Philatelic Research Library, American First Day Cover Society, and Writers Unit #30. Locally, he serves as literature chairman for the NAPEX exhibition and belongs to both the Washington Stamp Collectors Club and the Baltimore Philatelic Society.

In addition to his philatelic activities, Piazza is an academic historian specializing in U.S. History to 1760. He holds degrees in the subject from Wagner College (B.A., 1998) and Syracuse University (M.A., 2004) and has completed the coursework for his Ph.D.

Published circa 2009.