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
July 2022

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

American Studies


Arts & Design

Matthew R. Wilson was mentioned by Broadway World in the article “Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Celebrates 20th Anniversary Season.”


Steven Hamilton was quoted by Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald in the article “Wage rise tipped to spur greater living costs.”
Annamaria Lusardi was quoted by The New York Times in the article “In Older Americans, Rising Debt May Adversely Affect Health.”
Tara Sinclair was quoted by Financial Times in the article “US set for recession next year, economists predict”; by Newsday in the article “Businesses brace for surviving a recession”; by The Washington Post in the article “What is a recession? Your economy questions, answered”; and by China’s Xinhua News Agency in the article “U.S. households feel price squeeze as inflation hovers at 40-year high.” She spoke to NPR about inflation and the prospects of a recession. 


Jung Yun authored the book review “A Memoir About Growing Up Gay in Oil Country” for The New York Times.


LGBT Health Policy & Practice Program

Stephen Forssell was quoted by WUSA-CBS9 in the article “Putting the B back in LGBTQ: The bisexual community talks stigmas and erasure.” He spoke to WRC-NBC4 about the rise in anti-LBGTQ legislation


Robert Won authored The Daily Crossword on June 14th for The New York Times.

Media and Public Affairs

Imani M. Cheers spoke to Black News Channel about the relationship between Russia and African nations. Her photojournalism exhibition, “Framing Fatherhood”, was featured by CBS Mornings; by BMore Art in the article “It Takes A Village: FRAMING FATHERHOOD Exhibition”; by Broadway World in the article “'Framing Fatherhood' Photo Exhibit Celebrates Positive Images of Black Men and Boys”; by NBC News in the article “‘Framing Fatherhood’ photo exhibit aims to explore Black fatherhood, masculinity”; by NewsOne in the article “New D.C. Photo Exhibit Is A Visual Ode To Black Fatherhood”; by WUSA9 in the article “"Framing Fatherhood" exhibit spotlights black men on their fatherhood journey”; by the Washingtonian in the article “Last-Minute Things to Do in the DC Area 6/16-6/20: Museums, Movies, and Markets”; by The Hill is Home in the article “THE TO DO LIST: WEEK OF JUNE 17, 2022”; by Fox5 in the article “DC photo exhibit celebrates fatherhood”; by Because of Them We Can in the article “New Exhibit in D.C. Celebrates Positive Images of Black Fatherhood”; by Art Daily in the article “New Corcoran photo exhibit celebrates fatherhood & Black masculinity"; by News Onyx in the article “New Washington D.C. Exhibit “Framing Fatherhood” Celebrates Black Fathers”; and by the Washington Informer.
Steven Roberts authored the articles “Steven Roberts: Maybe this time something will change” for The Daily Advance; “Steven Roberts: Our kids are in crisis” for Walker County Messenger; “Steven Roberts: Maybe something will be done to strengthen gun laws” for Eagle Herald; “COMMENTARY: Our kids are in crisis” for The Times & Democrat; and “A clear and present danger” for The Star Democrat.


A study co-authored by Neil Johnson was quoted by Axios in the article “Russian media drives online hate.”

Political Science

Psychological & Brain Sciences

Public Policy and Public Administration

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