See the CCAS faculty that received press coverage last month!
See the CCAS faculty that received press coverage last month!
Columbian College of Arts & Sciences: Faculty Getting Press
March 2021

Among the Columbian College faculty getting press during February were the following individuals:

American Studies

Anthropology

Eric Cline was featured in NPR’s “Throughline” podcast.

Roy Richard Grinker's new book, Nobody's Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness, was mentioned in People magazine. He authored the article “The health professional missing from Biden's Covid advisers,” for CNN. He also spoke to C-SPAN2 about the stigma of mental health issues throughout history.

Sean Roberts spoke to BBC World Service in the segment “Is China erasing Uighur culture?

Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Elise A. Friedland was quoted by Smithsonian Magazine in the article “The Tragic Irony of the U.S. Capitol’s Peace Monument.

Economics

Steven Hamilton authored the article “Meagre dole increase plays into tired old culture wars,” for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Tara Sinclair was cited by PolitiFact in the article “COVID-19 aid for states and localities: How dire is the need?’’ She was quoted by The New York Times in the article “On the Post-Pandemic Horizon, Could That Be … a Boom?

Bryan Stuart was quoted by PolitiFact in the article “COVID-19 aid for states and localities: How dire is the need?’’

Joann Weiner spoke to Sinclair Broadcast Group in the segment “CBO projections of record high debt could complicate Biden's agenda.

English

Louis Bayard's novel, The Pale Blue Eye, was mentioned in the article "Christian Bale & Director Scott Cooper Re-Team On Cross Creek’s ‘The Pale Blue Eye’ – EFM," by Deadline.

Lisa Page authored the book review “‘The Three Mothers’ honors the women who made Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin,’’ for The Washington Post. She also spoke to WBEZ-FM, Chicago in the segment “Nerdette Book Club: Rumaan Alam’s ‘Leave The World Behind.’’’ 

Media & Public Affairs

Jesse J. Holland spoke to NBC10-Philadelphia in the segment “‘Black Panther' Author Talks Why He Left the South and Why He'll Return”; and the Black News Channel. He was quoted by WUSA-CBS9 in the article “VERIFY: What are George Washington's ties to slavery?

David Karpf was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “The Technology 202: Social media is playing a central role in Trump's second impeachment trial.

Peter Loge was quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group in the article “CDC revises guidance, suggests double-masking or more snug single mask.

Ethan Porter was quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in the article “After a ‘post truth’ presidency, can America make facts real again?

Frank Sesno was quoted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the article “Jeff Zucker stepping down from CNN at end of 2021.

William Youmans was quoted by Forbes in the article “Will Conservatives Turned Off By Fox News Find A Home At Al Jazeera?

Physics

Neil Johnson was quoted by The Daily Beast in the article “Facebook Crackdown Can’t Stop an Anti-Vaxxer Movement ‘on Steroids.’

Carol O'Donnell authored the article “Learning Science at Home,” for Smithsonian Magazine.

Political Science

Sarah Binder was quoted by CNBC in the article “Democrats want to pass a $15 minimum wage through reconciliation. It’s unclear if they can”; and by Newsweek in the article “Can Democrats Pass $15 Minimum Wage? Manchin, Reconciliation May Present Problems.” She authored the article “Democrats might use ‘reconciliation’ to pass Biden’s pandemic relief package. What’s reconciliation?’’ for The Washington Post. She was also quoted by Vox in the article “Abolish the debt ceiling.” She spoke to The Guardian in the podcast “Democrats use emotion at Senate impeachment trial: Politics Weekly Extra.” Additionally, she was quoted by Vox in the article “How to fix the Senate without abolishing the filibuster”; and in the article “The $15 minimum wage could be the first major test of Democratic unity.” She was also quoted by MarketWatch in the article “$15 minimum wage won’t make it into Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief package — but lawmakers have other options.

Marc Lynch authored the article “Here’s how experts on the Middle East see the region’s key issues, our new survey finds,” for The Washington Post.

Aparna Ravi co-authored the article “The U.S. banned Xinjiang cotton imports because of forced labor. Textile workers face abuses in other countries, too,” for The Washington Post.

David Shambaugh was quoted by South China Morning Post in the article “Chinese President Xi Jinping channels spirit of Mao Zedong as he sends unity message to Communist Party in hallowed revolutionary site”; and PolitiFact in the article “COVID-19 aid for states and localities: How dire is the need?’’ He was also quoted by the South China Morning Post in the article “US ‘neglect’ drives Asean towards China in superpower economic rivalry, analysts say.

Emmanuel Teitelbaum co-authored the article “The U.S. banned Xinjiang cotton imports because of forced labor. Textile workers face abuses in other countries, too,’’ for The Washington Post.

Christopher Warshaw was mentioned by Bangor Daily News in the article “Maine county commissioners have ‘huge incentive’ to pass extreme resolutions”; and by The New York Times in the article “The $1.9 Trillion Question in the Senate.

Public Policy and Public Administration

Regulatory Studies Center

Bridget Dooling was mentioned by E & E News in the article “Democrats put scrapping Trump rules on the back burner.

Daniel R. Pérez was quoted by Axios in the article “Trump's final-year record for regulations.

Sociology

Amitai Etzioni authored the article “It's time to impose a COVID-19 equity surcharge on Wall Street,” for The Hill

Gregory Squires authored the article “Data needed on racial makeup of banks' workforces,” in The American Banker Magazine. He was also quoted by The American Banker Magazine in the article "Whose American Dream?" Additionally, he co-authored the article “Home appraisals drive America’s racial wealth gap — 95% of Philly’s appraisers are white,” for WHYY.
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