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 2021

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

Anthropology

Eric Cline was quoted by The New York Times in the article “This Rosh Hashana Salad Is a Fresh Take on Ancient Flavors."

Arts & Design

Matthew R. Wilson was quoted by Folger Shakespeare Library in the article “Shakespeare’s late romances on summertime stages.

Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Economics

Diana Furchtgott-Roth authored the article “California Is Coming For Your Car,” for Forbes. She was quoted by Marketplace in the article “What freight rail tells us about the economy.” She also authored the articles “Infrastructure Bill Neglects GPS Threats”; “America Deserves A Modern Infrastructure Bill”; and “New Terrorism Peril For Transportation Networks," for Forbes. Additionally, she spoke to Bloomberg TV about the infrastructure bill.
Steven Hamilton co-authored the article “The vaccine passport paradox: its design will determine its success or failure,” for The Sydney Morning Herald.
Annamaria Lusardi was quoted by The New York Times in the article “How to Enjoy Retirement Without Going Broke.
Michael Moore was quoted by the International Business Times in the article “Leak And Destroy: On The Hunt For Climate Killing Gas.

English

Jung Yun authored the article “Memories of the Missing: On Willa C. Richards’s 'The Comfort of Monsters'” for the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Geography

History

Shawn McHale was quoted by PolitiFact in the article “Vietnam and Afghanistan: Different wars, similar endings?

Media & Public Affairs

Organizational Sciences and Communication

Political Science

Richard Chasdi spoke to Asharq News about Afghanistan and China, to al-Jazeera on the Aljazeera Mubasher Channel, to Al Hurra about Yemen, and to al-Jazeera about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
Bruce Dickson’s book was quoted by The Guardian in the article “Tunisia shows that democracy will struggle if it cannot deliver.” He was quoted by The Pembroke Observer in the article “Who's Pan Dong? Meet the publicity-shy Chinese-Canadian soap tycoon.
Samuel Goldman was mentioned by The Washington Examiner in the article “Where school choice legislation falls short.
David Shambaugh was quoted by The South China Morning Post in the article “Wolf vs panda: is China at a crossroads over how to spread its global message?" His book was also quoted by The Korea Times in the article “'Don't mention 3Ts': Confucius Institutes endanger academic freedom in Korea.” 
Christopher Warshaw was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Census data spurred GOP's largest partisan edge in decades,” and by McClatchy Newspapers in the article “Will Missouri Republicans try to draw Rep. Cleaver out of office? Democrats are wary.” 

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Regulatory Studies Center 

Religion

Robert Tuttle was quoted by The Washington Times in the article “Maine health workers cite religious exemption from vaccine mandates."

Sociology  

Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

Cynthia Core was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “As college campuses reopen, many faculty worry about covid.” 
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