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
September 2022

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

American Studies

Anthropology

Eric Cline was quoted by Tampa Bay Times in the article “Let’s treat water as the scarce, precious resource it is.” 

Arts & Design

Dana Tai Soon Burgess was featured by Metro Weekly in the article “Portrait in Motion.’’

Biology

Keryn Gedan was quoted by Circle of Blue: Where Water Speaks in the article “‘Fighting for Inches’ in the Southeast’s Struggle With Salt.

Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Christopher Rollston was quoted by leading Norwegian newspaper, Morgenbladet, in the article “For å være ærlig, så får jeg en stadig sterkere følelse av at den er forfalsket” on the topics of cultural heritage and modern forgeries.

Economics

Steven Hamilton authored the article “Unions in time warp with a jobs plan that ignores hard economic lessons” for Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald. He was quoted by Sky News Australia in the article “Australia needs to play ‘catch-up’ to make up for missing migrants.’’
Tara Sinclair was quoted by Newsweek in the article “Stimulus Checks 'Likely' in Next Recession: Economics Expert”; by The New York Times in the article “How This Economic Moment Rewrites the Rules”; by The Guardian in the article “Is inflation finally on the decline in the US? It’s complicated”; and by the Washington Examiner in the article “Here are the signs the US is in recession — and the indicators that it's not.’’
Anthony Yezer was quoted by U.S. News & World Report in the article “What You Should Know About Rising Average Apartment Rents.’’

Geography

Dan Malouff's photographs were featured in the article “Photo Friday: Five pix of five modes” for Greater Greater Washington.

History

Ronald Spector’s book, A Continent Erupts, was reviewed by The New York Times in the article “When Japan Surrendered, Wars Broke Out.” 

Media and Public Affairs

Imani M. Cheers spoke to CGTN in the segment “Global Business: The Future of Entertainment.’’
Peter Loge was quoted by The Hill in the article “Garland, in going public, pushes back at cable news firestorm” and Sinclair Broadcast Group in the article “Trump demands independent review of documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.’’ He was quoted by International Business Times in the article “Republicans Think We Are In A Recession; Democrats Think We Aren't--Which Side Is Right?” and Dayton Now in the article “Trump demands independent review of documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.”
Ethan Porter was quoted by Axios in the article “FBI’s Mar-a-Lago search ignites the right.’’ and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the podcast “Science of Misinformation.’’ He spoke to Global News in the segment “Threats rise against FBI after search of Trump's Florida home.”
Steven Roberts authored the articles “Steven Roberts: In a word — extreme” and “Steven Roberts: Trashing Republican traditions” for Walker County Messenger. He authored the articles “From the desk of… A truly historic breakthrough” for The Ukiah Daily Journal and “STEVE ROBERTS: GOP has lost moorings as defender of conservative values” for Albany Herald.
Nina Seavey appeared on the My Nuclear Life podcast in the episode “St. Louis Baby Tooth Survey with Nina Gilden Seavey.”

Political Science

Nathan Brown was quoted by The New York Times in the article “Israel-Gaza Fighting Flares for a Second Day.
John Logsdon was quoted by Politico in the article “There's no one in charge of NASA's mega-moon program. And the countdown clock is ticking’’; by Axios in the article “NASA's last stand”; by The Associated Press in the article “EXPLAINER: NASA tests new moon rocket, 50 years after Apollo”; and by Vox in the article “NASA’s latest moon mission is the dawn of a new space age.’’ He was quoted by The Atlantic in the article “America Is Trying to Make the Moon Happen Again’’ and Fast Company in the article “NASA’s Space Launch System—whenever it comes—will mark the end of an era for U.S. spaceflight.’’ He spoke to Canada’s CBC Network and BBC World Service about the Artemis launch (1, 2, 3, 4).

Psychology

Sarah Shomstein was quoted by Science Daily in the article “What you know changes how you see things.”

Public Policy and Public Administration

Religion

Sociology

Gregory Squires co-authored the article “How to attack racial bias in home appraisals” for New York Daily News.

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Eiko Strader was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “Women are dancing in solidarity with Finnish PM Sanna Marin.”
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