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
April 2020

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

American Studies

Elisabeth Anker spoke to Aljazeera and France 24 about the Super Tuesday primaries. The Hill quoted her in the article “Controversial satire 'The Hunt' tackles partisan divide.”


Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations


Steven Hamilton shared expert commentary on COVID-19 with The New York Times (1, 2), The Washington Times, The Bulwark, Bloomberg and Slate.
Tara Sinclair gave extensive commentary on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the economy to The New York Times, Marketplace (1, 2), Bloomberg, PolitiFact, Zeit (Germany) and USA Today.




Nemata Blyden authored the article “A question of identity: African Americans and Africa through the centuries” for Daily Maverick and appeared on SABC’s Daily Theta. She was featured by Vassar Stories in “Speaking Across the Centuries That Connect African Americans to Africa” and by The Miscellany News in “Speaker grapples with African, African-American identities.” She was quoted by The Conversation in the article “Africa’s wish list of what might change under a Biden presidency.”

Media and Public Affairs

Trevor Davis was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in “Members of Sanders’s Online Army Ready to Fight On.”
Trevor Davis and Frank Sesno were quoted by The Christian Science Monitor in the article “Twitter isn’t real life. But for Sanders fans, it’s a powerful tool.”
Sarah Isgur contributed to the CNN article “Biden Sounds Like A President.”
Peter Loge was quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group in the article “Confusing Oval Office address failed to calm public's virus fears, experts say.” He authored “The ethics of running for office in a pandemic” for The Hill.
Rebekah Tromble was quoted by Bloomberg in the article “Google Pulls Down Political Ads as Candidates Keep Pushing Limits” and by The Wall Street Journal in “Jack Dorsey’s Push to Clean Up Twitter Stalls, Researchers Say.” She was cited in the Columbia Journalism Review article “Twitter plans misinfo labels, but are they a good idea?


Neil Johnson was quoted by the Boston Globe in the article “Donald Trump’s coronavirus advice just might kill us.”

Political Science

Steven Balla spoke to Federal News Network’s “Federal Drive” for the segment “EPA sees a potential solution to public comment challenge of e-rulemaking.”
Harvey B. Feigenbaum appeared on Radio Televion Suisse for the segment “Michael Bloomberg jette l’éponge et rejoint Joe Biden aux primaires démocrates (vidéo).” He authored “The party of discontent” for Social Europe.
Danny Hayes was cited by The Atlantic in the article “Sexism Probably Wasn’t What Doomed Warren’s Campaign.”
David Shambaugh was quoted by Canada’s CBC News in the article “Former ambassador John McCallum a no-show at China committee.”


Public Policy and Public Administration 

Leah Brooks was cited by Forbes in the article “Why Is It So Expensive To Build Things In America?
Steve Redburn spoke to Federal News Network’s “Federal Drive With Tom Temin” in the segment “Private investment could play a role in government modernization.”

Regulatory Studies Center

Susan Dudley was quoted by The Washington Times in “White House bolsters nominee for consumer post as battle looms.” She authored “Learning From COVID-19” for Forbes.


Amitai Etzioni authored the article “Congress needs to prod the IRS to capture carbon” for The Hill.
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