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 2020

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

American Studies


Sarah Hlubik was quoted by LiveScience in the article “When did humans discover how to use fire?

Arts & Design

Douglas Boyce was featured in the Virginia Center for the Arts’ “Composer Playlist.”
Alison Crockett spoke to NPR about the death of actor Chadwick Boseman.
Stephanie Travis was quoted by Medium’s OneZero in the article “You Will Never Leave.”


Catherine Forster was quoted by Smithsonian Magazine in the article “Dinosaurs Suffered From Cancer, Too.”



Holly Dugan was featured on the University of Maryland Department of English website in the article “Professor Launches Series to Pivot Graduate Student Research.”
Edward P. Jones was profiled by The New York Times in the article “Edward P. Jones’s Carefully Quantified Literary World.”


Dan Malouff authored the article “Here’s why walk-up windows are good urbanism” for Greater Greater Washington.


Human Services & Social Justice

Media and Public Affairs

Imani M. Cheers spoke to Canada National about the selection of Sen. Kamala Harris as Joe Biden’s running mate and to CTV News Video Network about President Trump's attacks on Harris. She appeared on WJLA-ABC7 in the segment “The Racial Divide: Time For Change Town Hall - Commitment March” to discuss the March on Washington and was quoted in the articles “7 On Your Side hosts town hall to highlight past and upcoming Commitment March” and “One difference between 1963 march and 2020 march: Black women will have more of a voice.” She was quoted by The Washington Post in “Parents of young ‘Black Panther’ fans struggle with telling children of actor’s death.”
Jesse J. Holland spoke to CBS Radio about the death of actor Chadwick Boseman. The Baltimore Sun quoted him in the article “‘We lost a piece of our culture’: Black Baltimoreans and Marylanders reflect on passing of actor Chadwick Boseman.”
David Karpf was quoted by CNN in the article “Big Tech's QAnon problem is just beginning.”
Steven Livingston was quoted by The Hill in the article “Biden faces calls to be more active with media.”
Peter Loge was quoted by Sinclair Broadcast Group in the articles “How this year's presidential debates may impact the 2020 election” and “Joe Biden's running mate announcement draws closer as convention nears,” by Minneapolis Star Tribune in “Minnesota lawmaker scours TikTok for young voters” and by WISN-ABC12, Milwaukee, in “Joe Biden will not come to Milwaukee for DNC.” He spoke to Spectrum News about gaffes by presidential candidates and to Hearst TV for the segment “2020 Presidential campaign enters final stretch as conventions come to a close.” Scripps Media quoted him in “Campaign 2020: Can virtual political conventions impact voters?
Frank Sesno spoke to CGTN America for the segment “The Heat: U.S. presidential politics.” Variety quoted him in the article “Tucker Carlson Sees ‘Never-Ending Assault’ on His Fox News Show. Critics See Racism” and the Associated Press quoted him in “Trump’s audience doesn’t match Biden’s; president hails CNN.”


Political Science

Samuel Goldman authored the article “Republicans Have Another Option. It’s Not Trumpism” for The New York Times.
John Logsdon was quoted by Axios in the article “The risk of branding NASA's wins.”
Harris Mylonas co-authored the article “Belarus: A Glimmer of Hope?” for the Cambridge Core Blog.
David Shambaugh was quoted by The Wall Street Journal in the article “New Chapter in U.S.-China Ties Marked by Confrontation” and by Malaysia Sun in “With eye on presidential election, Trump takes tough stand on China.”

Professional Psychology

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg was quoted by The Chronicle of Higher Education in the article “Admin 101: the Art of Gracefully Accepting Defeat.”

Regulatory Studies Center

Susan Dudley authored the article “The Measure And Mismeasure Of Rule” for Forbes.



Amitai Etzioni authored the article “A dove's call for de-escalation with China” for The Hill.
Gregory Squires co-authored the article “Just How Many Cops Are ‘Bad Apples’?” for The Crime Report. He authored the letter to the editor “Affordable Housing, HUD and Local Zoning” which appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Kavita Daiya authored the article “New International Students Should Not Be Barred Entry this Fall” for the Academe blog.
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