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The Chilean Christians for Socialism Movement: Liberationist, Third Worldist, and Utopian

Denisa Jashari

“The Chilean Christians for Socialism Movement: Liberationist, Third Worldist, and Utopian,” written by Assistant Professor of History Denisa Jashari, was published in Latin American Research Review.

April 29, 2024

Years of Life Lost Due to Insufficient Sleep and Associated Economic Burden in China From 2010–18

Xumeng Yan, Fang Han, Haowei Wang, Zhihui Li, Ichiro Kawachi, Xiaoyu Li
“Years of Life Lost Due to Insufficient Sleep and Associated Economic Burden in China From 2010–18,” co-authored by Assistant Professor of Sociology Haowei Wang, was published in the Journal of Global Health.
April 29, 2024

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Emily Thorson Receives Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research

The assistant professor of political science will make remarks at the Maxwell School Graduate Convocation on May 10.

April 29, 2024

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Reeher Discusses US Aid for Ukraine With Fox News, Newsweek, The Hill

“There’s a space to be persuaded that it’s in our best interest to do this,” Grant Reeher, professor of political science, tells The Hill. “I don’t see us abandoning Ukraine and just walking away.” 
April 27, 2024

Keck Quoted in Democracy Docket Article on SCOTUS’s Argument on Trump’s Immunity

“It seems almost definitely the case that Trump couldn’t be tried, convicted and sentenced [before the election],” says Thomas Keck, professor of political science and Michael O. Sawyer Chair of Constitutional Law and Politics. 

April 26, 2024

New York State Legislature Adopts Resolution Celebrating Maxwell’s Centennial

The resolution was sponsored in the Senate by Sen. Rachel May and in the Assembly by Assemblymembers William Magnarelli '70 B.A. (Hist), L'73, Pamela Hunter and Albert Stirpe.  

April 25, 2024

Engelhardt Talks to NPR About Baby Boomers and the Housing Market

"You've got a pure housing mismatch for older homeowners. They are mismatched physically or functionally with the house that they're in," says Gary Engelhardt, professor of economics. "That's because it's multifloor living. It's stairs. It's also other upkeep."

April 25, 2024

10 Ways to Better Understand How Shifting State Policy Contexts Affect Americans’ Health

Jennifer Karas Montez

“10 Ways to Better Understand How Shifting State Policy Contexts Affect Americans’ Health,” authored by University Professor Jennifer Karas Montez, was published in the Milbank Quarterly.

April 24, 2024

Khalil Weighs In on Biden’s Actions Towards Israel in Newsweek, Washington Examiner Articles

"The public hand-wringing versus the actual demonstrative support for Netanyahu's government, politically, diplomatically, militarily is going to be difficult for Biden," says Osamah Khalil, professor of history. "It would be very difficult for him to explain that to the base and energize the base to come out in November," he says.

April 23, 2024

Hranchak Quoted in Newsweek Article on House Speaker Mike Johnson’s US aid Package for Ukraine

"I hope that the change in the rhetoric of Speaker Mike Johnson will become the first step in a rethinking of the Russian threat by American politicians," says Tetiana Hranchak, visiting assistant teaching professor in the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs.

April 22, 2024

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