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 September were the following individuals:

American Studies

Anthropology

Eric Cline was quoted by The San Diego Union-Tribune in the article “This Rosh Hashana salad is a fresh take on ancient flavors.’’

Arts & Design

Dana Tai Soon Burgess was featured by Metro Weekly in the article “Portrait in Motion.’’
Hayley Cutler’s company, darlingdance, was mentioned by District Fray Magazine in the article “Six Dance Companies to Know.”  
Aruna D’Souza authored the article “A Utopian Space for Black Artists, Reimagined at MoMA” for The New York Times.
Kevin Rohde’s exhibit was featured by The Washington Post in the article “In the galleries: Looming impacts of climate change close to home.”
Maida Wither’s was honored through the visual installation “Legacy: Fifty Years of Dance on the Edge,” highlighted in the Washington City Paper article “Divino Niño, Celebrating Dance and Tech, and More Best Bets for Sept. 29–Oct. 6.”

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.

Economics

Geography

Dan Malouff's photographs were featured by Greater Greater Washington in the article “Photo Friday: Cover.’’

History

Aaron Bateman was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “A new space race? China adds urgency to US return to moon.’’
Dane Kennedy was quoted by Forbes in the article “Calls To #AbolishTheMonarchy Trending Loudly On Social Media” and by The Washington Times in the article “History As It Happens: The queen’s empire.’’
Brittany Lewis spoke to CGTN in the segment “The Heat: Countdown to U.S. midterm elections.’’

Media and Public Affairs

Imani M. Cheers was featured by C-SPAN for speaking at the National Cannabis Policy Summit. She was mentioned by Artdaily in the article “'Reginald Cunningham: Black Pearls' Opens at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.’’ An upcoming Q&A with Imani Cheers was mentioned by WTOP-FM in the article “March on Washington Film Festival celebrates 10th anniversary in DC.
Peter Loge was quoted by Agence France-Presse in the article “US Democrats prop up right-wingers in midterm gamble.” 
Steven Roberts authored the article “Steven Roberts: In a word: Extreme” for Eagle Herald and the book review “A migrant child’s long journey to Gringolandia’’ for The Washington Post.
Frank Sesno was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “As Biden warned about democracy’s collapse, TV networks aired reruns’’; by The Associated Press in the article “Bernard Shaw, CNN's 1st chief anchor, dies at 82”; and by Variety in the article “Shannon Bream Launches New Era at ‘Fox News Sunday.’'

Political Science

Richard Chasdi appeared on All Araby to discuss Israel, Iran, and JCPOA negotiations and Syria TV to discuss Ukraine Latest Developments.
Alexander B. Downes was mentioned by Taiwan’s Taipei Times in the article “China’s possible cover for genocide.” 
Harvey Feigenbaum appeared on Swiss Public Radio in the segment “Why American universities are so expensive.
Samuel Goldman was quoted by Agence France-Presse in the article “Biden seeks to make midterms a referendum on Trump.’’ 
Iris Malone was quoted by KMTV-CBS3, Omaha, Neb. in the article “Nebraska election officials say their job is more stressful, under the spotlight.’’
Cynthia McClintock was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Challenges mount against Peru’s president, his family.’’
David Shambaugh was quoted by Politico about his book “China’s Leaders From Mao to Now’’ in the China Watcher newsletter and in the article “6 things to know as Xi Jinping moves to be China’s dictator for life.’’

Professional Psychology

Psychological and Brain Sciences

Dick Dubbelde and Sarah Shomstein’s research was featured by Medical News Today in the article “What you know about an object influences how you see it, research suggests.” 

Public Policy and Public Administration

Stephanie Riegg Cellini was mentioned by Politico in the article “POLITICO Playbook PM: Pence speaks up for national abortion restrictions” for being named a senior consultant to the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
Nina Kelsey was quoted by the The Atlantic in the article “The Senate Just Quietly Passed a Major Climate Treaty.’’

Regulatory Studies Center

Susan Dudley was quoted by Roll Call in the article “Regulatory oversight nominee made a career studying regulation.’’
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