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Taylor Discusses US Immigration Plan to Attract Russian Scientists in Forbes

May 3, 2022

Professor Brian Taylor was quoted in the Forbes article "Putin Won’t Like U.S. Immigration Plan To Attract Russian Scientists."

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Abdelaaty Discusses Europe’s Support of Ukrainian Refugees with New York Times, NPR

April 7, 2022

Lamis Abdelaaty, assistant professor of political science, was quoted in the New York Times article "The Powerful Force Guiding Poland’s Welcome to Ukrainians: Fear of Putin," and the NPR article "Inside Poland's homes where Ukrainian refugees find peace away from Russia's invasion." 

Khalil Quoted in Morning Consult Article on the Refugee Crisis in Europe

March 31, 2022

Osamah Khalil, associate professor of history, was quoted in the Morning Consult article "Europeans Are Far Happier to Resettle Ukrainian Refugees Than Syrians or Afghans. But a Food Crisis Means They’re All Coming."

Abdelaaty Discusses the New Refugee Crisis in HuffPost Interview

March 18, 2022

Lamis Abdelaaty, assistant professor of political science, was interviewed by HuffPost on the new refugee crisis.

Khalil Weighs in on Ukraine’s Refugee Crisis in Atmos, Morning Consult Articles

March 17, 2022

Osamah Khalil, associate professor of history and chair of the international relations undergraduate program, discussed Ukraine's emerging refugee crisis in Atmos and Morning Consult articles.

Abdelaaty Talks to CNN, Mother Jones About Why Countries Embrace Some Refugees but Not Others

March 12, 2022

Lamis Abdelaaty, assistant professor of political science, explains why countries embrace some refugees but not others in CNN, Mother Jones and The London Economic articles.

Drake Addresses Long-Standing Problems of Educational Inequality in New Book

February 25, 2022

In his new book, "Academic Apartheid: Race and the Criminalization of Failure in an American Suburb" (University of California Press, 2022), Sean J. Drake looks at how race and class intersect, contributing to educational inequality and modern school segregation. 

Murphy examines race and borders in the colonial Caribbean in new book

December 18, 2021
In her new book, "The Creole Archipelago: Race and Borders in the Colonial Caribbean" (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021), Tessa Murphy, assistant professor of history, traces how generations of Indigenous Kalinagos, free and enslaved Africans and settlers from a variety of European nations used maritime routes to forge connections that spanned the eastern Caribbean.

Anger, Despair and Seeds of Hope

December 17, 2021

Maxwell alumni wonder whether the changes they worked for in Afghanistan will endure after the ‘heartbreaking’ U.S. withdrawal.

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