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
April 2021

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

American Studies

Chad Heap was quoted by The Boston Globe in the article “Dreaming of a Federal Writers’ Project 2.0.

Anthropology

Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Economics

Steven Hamilton co-authored the article “Australia is within its rights to stand up to Europe on vaccines,” for The Sydney Morning Herald. He was also quoted by The Sydney Morning Herald in the article “Vaccine complacency threatens to undo Australia’s hard work”; and by PolitiFact in the article “Fact-checking Joe Biden on the American Rescue Plan.
Annamaria Lusardi was quoted by CNBC in the article “Covid stimulus and Gen Z Americans: How the young can save and spend it”; and by Financial Times in the article “Lack of confidence is impeding women’s financial literacy, study finds.

Tara Sinclair was quoted by McClatchy Newspapers in the article “7 ways to help recession-proof your finances after the pandemic.” She also spoke to Marketplace about inflation.

English

Edward P. Jones was featured by The Washington Post in the article “18 books that capture the spirit and essence of living in D.C.

History

Media & Public Affairs

Jesse J. Holland was quoted by Vanity Fair in the article “A Private Jet of Rich Trumpers Wanted to “Stop the Steal”—But They Don’t Want You to Read This.

Ethan Porter spoke to WPSU-FM, State College, Pa. in the podcast “Democracy Works: Reimagining Citizenship In A Consumer World.” He was quoted by CBS News in the article “Lawmakers press Big Tech CEOs on speech responsibility.

Frank Sesno was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Biden White House: message discipline, no news conference”; by Fox News in the article “Biden to hold first press conference March 25”; and again by The Associated Press in the article “Amid growing challenges, Biden to hold first news conference.” He spoke to CNN’s “Newsroom With Fredricka Whitfield’’ about curbing the online spread of misinformation.

Physics

Political Science

Sarah Binder was quoted by PolitiFact in the article “Would a ‘talking filibuster’ get the Senate moving?”; by Reuters in the article “Explainer: What Is the U.S. Senate Filibuster and Why Is Everyone Talking About It?”; and by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the article “Opinion: Marjorie Taylor Greene tries out new House role.” She also authored the article “Democrats moved Biden’s pandemic relief bill quickly. Their work will get a lot harder from here,” for The Washington Post. Additionally, she was quoted by The New York Times in the article “The Senate’s ‘Talking Filibuster’ Might Rise Again”; by The Washington Post in the article “Biden says bring back the ‘talking filibuster.’ Would that really let Senate Democrats pass bills?”; and by NPR  in the article “Biden Endorses Reforming The Senate Filibuster. Here’s What That Means.” She spoke to MSNBC during “This Week With Joshua Johnson.’’ She was also quoted by Voice of America in the article “Senate Filibuster Bumps Against Biden's Agenda.” For The Washington Post, she authored the article “Mitch McConnell is wrong. Here’s the filibuster’s ‘racial history.’” She spoke to Texas Public Radio in the segment “The Filibuster: Should It Stay Or Should It Go?

Samuel Goldman authored the article “America Has a Ruling Class,” for The New York Times.
John Logsdon was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “The Biden administration has set out to dismantle Trump’s legacy, except in one area: Space”; and by Science Magazine in the article “Senator Bill Nelson nominated to lead NASA.

Christopher Warshaw was quoted by The New York Times in the article “The Fate of Biden’s Agenda Hangs in the Balance.

Public Policy and Public Administration

Regulatory Studies Center

Bridget Dooling was quoted by National Review in the article “Watching the Regulators”; by Marketplace in the article “Democrats in Congress in no hurry to overturn Trump-era regulations”; and by The Daily Beast in the article “The Special Tool Dems Aren't Using to Nuke Trump Regulations.
Brian Mannix was quoted by National Review in the article “Watching the Regulators.

Daniel R. Pérez was quoted by Kaiser Health News in the article “Democrats Could Undo Trump Policies Faster, But They’re Not. Why?

Sociology

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