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
May 2020

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

American Studies


Jeffrey Blomster spoke to PRI’s The World in the segment “Ancient ball court discovered in mountains of Mexico.”

Arts & Design


Adam Smith was quoted by Smithsonian Magazine in the article “Meet the Bee With a Body That’s Half Male, Half Female.”

Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations



Jennifer Chang was featured on The Slowdown podcast segment “350: Obedience, or the Lying Tale.”



Tyler Anbinder was quoted by The New York Times in the article “A Museum Devoted to Survivors Now Faces its Own Fight to Live.”
Eric Arnesen co-hosted the C-SPAN talk Free Enterprise and the New Deal.

Media and Public Affairs

David Karpf was quoted by Spectrum News in the article “NC U.S. Senate Campaigns Adapt to Social Distancing” and by The Chronicle of Higher Education in "What’s Behind Colleges’ Bullish Statements on Their Fall Plans?" He authored “Biden's Path to Victory Does Not Bode Well for Voters” for Wired.
Peter Loge was quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group in the article “Campaigning in the age of the coronavirus” and by Campaigns & Elections in “The Ethics of Campaigning During a Pandemic.” He authored the article “A Call to Teach Ethics in Political Communication” for Media Ethics.
Ethan Porter was quoted by Mmegi Online in the article “Of Leaders, Politicians, and the Electoral Will.”
Frank Sesno was quoted by the Los Angeles Times in the article “Fox isn’t enough: Amid coronavirus crisis, Trump leans on a new media friend” and by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune in “Rash Report: A pointed report on the Trump administration and the media.” He appeared on CBC News Network to discuss coronavirus and on Voice of America’s “Plugged in With Greta Van Susteren’’ in the segment “Coronavirus Crisis: Press Freedom.’’

Organizational Sciences and Communication

Gelaye Debebe was cited by Harvard Business Review in the article “If You’re Burning Out, Carve a New Path.”

Political Science

Sarah Binder was quoted by Vox in the article “Trump’s threat to adjourn Congress and make recess appointments, explained,” by MarketWatch in “Watchdog calls Fed transparency pledge ‘a good first step’," by Canada's Globe and Mail in "Can U.S. lawmakers live with remote democracy in the age of COVID-19?" and by the Associated Press in “In Trump’s shadow, Congress-at-home eyes reboot during virus.” She spoke to MarketPlace about the Federal Reserve's response to the economic fallout from the coronavirus.
Henry Farrell was quoted by The Guardian in the article “US hijacking mask shipments in rush for coronavirus protection.” He authored the article “A Most Lonely Union” for Foreign Policy.
John Logsdon was quoted by Axios in the article “NASA's subdued return to crewed rocket launches” and was cited by The New York Times in “James Beggs, 94, Is Dead; NASA Chief Championed Space Shuttle.”

Psychological & Brain Sciences

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Leah Brooks was cited by Governing in the article “Why Can’t We Build Infrastructure Cheaply, Quickly and Well?” and quoted by The New York Times in “The Money Machine That Can Save Cities.”
Michael Worth was quoted by The New York Times in the article “After 94 Years, the Song Ends for the Turtle Bay Music School.”

Regulatory Studies Center


Amitai Etzioni authored the article “Mitch McConnell should pull a John Roberts” for The Hill.
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