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Taylor Weighs in on Putin’s State of Mind in Foreign Policy and Riddle Articles

March 9, 2022

Professor Brian Taylor was quoted in the Foreign Policy article, "Has Putin Lost the Plot?" He also authored an article, "Has Putin Lost It?" that was published by Riddle.

Andrew Cohen talks to CNY Central About Crimes of Opportunity

March 8, 2022

Andrew Cohen, Dr. Walter Montgomery and Marian Gruber Professor of History, spoke to CNY Central about crimes of opportunity at Destiny USA.

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Heflin Discusses Teen Food Insecurity, Education on This Week in Sociological Perspective Podcast

March 7, 2022

Professor Colleen Heflin was interviewed on the This Week in Sociological Perspective podcast about her upcoming paper, "Exposure to Food Insecurity during Adolescence and Educational Attainment."

Landes Weighs in on CDC Recognizing People with IDD Are at Higher Risk of COVID in Disability Scoop

March 7, 2022

Scott Landes, associate professor of sociology, was quoted in the Disability Scoop article, "CDC Adds IDD To List Of Conditions At Increased Risk From COVID-19."

Campbell Piece on Meaning of the Russian Military Invasion of Ukraine Published in CounterPunch

March 7, 2022

"Testing New Weapon Systems: Meaning of the Russian Military Intervention into Ukraine," written by Professor Horace Campbell, was published in CounterPunch.

Sultana Comments on IPCC Climate Report on Sustain What Webcast

March 7, 2022

Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography and the environment, discussed the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on global warming. 

What’s at Stake in Ukraine? Maxwell Faculty Examine the Impact of Russia’s Invasion

March 4, 2022

The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs hosted a panel discussion and Q&A Monday, titled “What’s at Stake in Ukraine?” The event brought together respected faculty experts who examined the repercussions of Russia’s invasion.

Ackerman Examines Two Nationalist Insurrections to Explain Origin of the Mass Party in New Book

March 3, 2022
Edwin Ackerman examines two nationalist insurrections that were largely composed of a peasant-base in Mexico in 1921 and Bolivia in 1952 in his new book, "Origins of the Mass Party: Dispossession and the Party-Form in Mexico and Bolivia in Comparative Perspective" (University of Oxford Press, 2021).  

Khalil Quoted in Morning Consult Piece on Invasion of Ukraine, Political Boosts in the West

March 3, 2022

Osamah Khalil, associate professor of history, was quoted in the Morning Consult article, "Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Brings Varying Political Boosts for Leaders of Western Response."

McDowell Discusses the Financial Sanctions Targeting Russia with Marketplace and the Washington Post

March 3, 2022

Associate Professor of Political Science Daniel McDowell discussed the financial sanctions imposed by the West on Russia with Marketplace and in his article published in the Washington Post.

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