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
October 2021

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

American Studies

Suleiman Osman’s book was quoted by Vox in the article “What we talk about when we talk about gentrification.

Anthropology

David Braun was quoted by Live Science in the article “What is the oldest-known archaeological site in the world?

Arts & Design

Kym Rice was quoted by The Washingtonian in the article “Arts Guild.

Biology

Economics

English

Media & Public Affairs

Jesse Holland spoke to the Black News Channel about various issues including climate change and the resettlement of Afghan refugees. (1, 2, 3). He also spoke to the Black News Channel about the California gubernatorial recall election, about the Haitian immigration crisis and voting rights (1, 2), and about the plight of small landlords during the pandemic.
Ethan Porter’s research was featured by Nieman Journalism Lab in the article “Misinformation is a global problem. One of the solutions might work across continents too.
Thomas Shanker spoke to NPR during the podcast "Great Podversations."
Cheryl W. Thompson contributed to the article “How 9/11 Changed TV, Arts, Sports, Education, More,’’ in an essay titled “Policing,” for The Washington Post.
Rebekah Tromble was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “Misinformation on Facebook got six times more clicks than factual news during the 2020 election, study says,” and by Columbia Journalism Review about disinformation on Facebook in the Media Today roundup. She was also quoted by The Washington Post about a problem with Facebook data in The Technology 202 newsletter, by CBC News in the article “Misinformation on Reddit has become unmanageable, Alberta moderators say.” and by Fast Company in the article “Death threats, misinformation, and racism in Silicon Valley: Meet the designer shaping the future of Twitter.”

Philosophy

Physics

Sylvain Guiriec was interviewed by Ouest France in the article “Astrophysics. A supernova created by the fusion of two stars.

Political Science

Samuel Goldman was quoted by The New York Times in the article “How Has Joe Biden Become So Unpopular?
Joyce Karam was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Mideast in shambles, but the world has moved on for now.
Christopher Warshaw was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Indiana Redistricting Plan Criticized as Aiding Republicans.” He was also mentioned by WFYI-PBS, Indianapolis.

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Religion

Robert Tuttle was quoted by The Washington Times in the article “Federal judge sides with gay teacher suing Catholic school over firing.

Romance, German and Slavic Languages and Literatures

Catherine Adoyo was featured in the PBS documentary “Dante.

Sociology  

Antwan Jones was quoted by HealthDay in the article “More Affordable Housing, Healthier Hearts?” His research was also featured by Psychology Today in the article “Can Affordable Housing Improve Heart Health?
Gregory Squires was quoted by HealthDay in the article “More Affordable Housing, Healthier Hearts?”; by WESA-FM, Pittsburgh, in the article “Report Finds 'Staggering' Imbalance In Lending To Pittsburgh’s Minority Residents”; and by Pittsburgh-Post Gazette in the article “North Side group, Pittsburgh councilmen: Lack of private lending a problem for affordable housing.” His research was also featured by Psychology Today in the article “Can Affordable Housing Improve Heart Health?
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