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
November 2021

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

American Studies

Melani McAlister was quoted by The International Business Times in the article “Missionaries Seen As Asset, But Sometimes Headache, By US.” She spoke to PRI’s “The World’’ about the kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti.

Anthropology

Biology

Economics

Geography

Scott Sklar spoke to Spectrum News about the climate summit.

Media & Public Affairs

David Karpf was mentioned by The Atlantic in the article “Nobody Can See Into Facebook.
Frank Sesno was quoted by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the article “Atlanta drawing more news operations including Newsy.” He also spoke to CNN’s “Smerconish” about how the media should cover Donald Trump.
Rebekah Tromble was quoted by Bloomberg in the article “Can Twitter Get Us to Be Nice?” She was mentioned by The Atlantic in the article “Nobody Can See Into Facebook.

Physics

Sylvain Guiriec was quoted by Pour la Science in the article “A supernova caused by the merger of two stars.

Political Science

Sarah Binder was quoted by Reuters in the article “Explainer: What is the U.S. Senate filibuster and why is everyone talking about it?” She authored the article “Congress is struggling to raise the nation’s debt cap. Here’s what you need to know,” for The Washington Post. She also gave comments to Bloomberg Radio in the segment “Balance of Power: Details of Short-Term Debt Deal (Radio),” and to The Financial Times in the article “Fed under pressure: ‘the ethics need to be as strong as the economics.” She was quoted by Bloomberg Tax in the article “Debt Limit Deal Starts Eight Week Dash for Dems to Avoid Repeat”; by The Wall Street Journal in the article “Trading Furor Complicates White House Decisions on Fed Leadership”; and by Bloomberg Law in the article “Portman Exit Could Usher in New Era for Ohio Judicial Screening.” Additionally, she was quoted by The Hill in the article “Fed faces challenges to credibility,” and by Bloomberg in the article “Biden Agenda Traces Slow D.C. Arc From Vision to Sausage Grinder.
Samuel Goldman was quoted by The New York Times Magazine in the article “The Orban Effect: Inside the Right-Wing Romance With Hungary.
Danny Hayes’s book was quoted by The Seattle Times in the article “Please vote, and consider where your news came from.” He was also featured in FiveThirtyEight's Politics Podcast during the episode "What Happens When Local News Disappears."
Stephen Kaplan was quoted by Foreign Policy in the article “Can the United States Rival China in Latin America?” He also authored the article “Debt ceiling battles may hurt the U.S. dollar,” for The Washington Post. He spoke to Bloomberg Radio about the debt ceiling debate
David Shambaugh was quoted by Politico in the article “‘Two Lists’ too far: the U.S.-China diplomatic stalemate,” and by The South China Morning Post in the article “From Mao to now: David Shambaugh compares and contrasts China’s leaders.

Professional Psychology

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Religion

Robert Tuttle was quoted by The Washington Times in the article “LGBTQ advocates renew challenges to religious foster care programs.

Sociology  

Antwan Jones was quoted by The Washington Informer in the article "Our House  Keeping homes Black-Owned in D.C.'s Wards 7 and 8." He co-authored the article “Housing policy affects population health, research shows,” for The Baltimore Sun. He was quoted by DCist in the article “Is Affordable Housing Good For Public Health? A New Study Says It Could Be.” His research was also mentioned by WAMU-FM and WTOP-FM. He was also mentioned by The Baltimore Sun in the article "The country needs affordable housing right now."
Gregory Squires was quoted by The Washington Informer in the article "Our House  Keeping homes Black-Owned in D.C.'s Wards 7 and 8." He co-authored the article “Housing policy affects population health, research shows,” for The Baltimore Sun. He was quoted by DCist in the article “Is Affordable Housing Good For Public Health? A New Study Says It Could Be.” His research was also mentioned by WAMU-FM and WTOP-FM. He was also mentioned by The Baltimore Sun in the article "The country needs affordable housing right now."

University Writing

Jameta Nicole Barlow was featured on the podcast, Pop Cultured with theSkimm, in the episode “The Unravelling of Nicki Minaj.” She spoke to Sirius XM UrbanView Channel #126 in the segment “Trauma to Triumph.” She was also quoted by ScarryMommy in the article “Being Everything To Everyone: One Black, Queer Woman’s Quest To Show Up (Everywhere),” and by Insider in the article “Advocates say an R. Kelly verdict 'would not have happened' without campaigns for justice led by Black women.
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