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
August 2021

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

Anthropology

Eric Cline was quoted by History.com in the article “What Caused the Bronze Age Collapse?” 
Sarah E. Wagner was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Colorado Firm Among Creators of COVID Memorial in US Capitol."

Arts & Design

Matthew R. Wilson was mentioned by The Baltimore Sun in the article “Things to do in Baltimore"; by MD Theatre Guide in the article “Theatre Review: ‘The Adventures of Pericles’ by Chesapeake Shakespeare Company”; and by Folger Shakespeare Library in the article “What’s onstage at Shakespeare theaters this summer.

Biology

Keryn Gedan was mentioned by Discover Magazine in the article “As Ghost Forests Spread, Researchers Ask for Help Keeping Track.
John Lill was quoted by DCist in the article “Brood X Cicadas Are Gone, But Their Eggs Will Soon Hatch And Rain Nymphs From The Trees,” and by WUSA-CBS9 in the article “Yes, cicada babies are about to start falling out of trees.” He was mentioned by The New York Daily News in the article “Brood X cicada eggs about to hatch, and trillions of nymphs will rain from trees.” He gave an interview about the origins of the Brood X cicadas that aired on WEAR-ABC3, Mobile, Ala., and various other TV stations.

Economics

Steven Hamilton was quoted by the Sydney Morning Herald in the article “The global tally that reveals the real test for Scott Morrison on vaccines.” He also authored the article “New government support is JobKeeper in all but name,” for the Sydney Morning Herald.
Annamaria Lusardi was quoted by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance in the article “How to Boost Your Financial Savvy.

Tara Sinclair's interview in FiveThirtyEight’s Politics Podcast was featured by ABC News in the article “Nation's mood dims at critical juncture for Biden agenda: The Note.

Media & Public Affairs

Political Science

Sarah Binder was mentioned by The Arizona Republic in the article “The Gaggle podcast: Will Sen. Sinema's bipartisan ideology lead to more wins in Senate?” She was quoted by Reuters in the article “Seven months and ticking, the case for keeping Powell as Fed chair builds”; by PBS’ “Frontline’’ in the article “Who Is on the Federal Reserve Board?”; and by The Globe and Mail in the article “Democrats and Republicans want to play by their own rules.” She was also quoted by The Wall Street Journal in the article “Fed Chair Powell Enjoys Support For Reappointment, but He’s Not a Lock.” She authored the article “Pelosi just rejected two Republicans for the Jan. 6 investigation. Here are three takeaways,” for The Washington Post. She was quoted by The Arizona Republic in the article “Senate votes to move forward with Sinema-led $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan,” and by The New York Times in the article “Flying Pigs, Frozen Hell and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.
Samuel Goldman was mentioned by The New York Times in the article “How Conservatives Can Reshape Education.
Yonatan Lupu co-authored the article “To combat disinformation, centralize moderation,” for Protocol.

Cynthia McClintock was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in the article “Pedro Castillo Is Declared Peru’s President-Elect.

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Romance, German and Slavic Languages and Literatures

Abdourahman Waberi co-signed a letter published by Columbia Journalism Review in the article “60 Minutes’ Africa ‘problem.’

Sociology  

Gregory Squires was quoted by The Atlantic in the article “The Only Thing Integrating America.

University Writing

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