Sultana explains why climate, COVID crises need feminism in The Hill
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2021 One University Awards Recipients Include Several from Maxwell
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Sultana participates in Race, Space and the Environment project
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Purser quoted in Law360 article on extended CDC anti-eviction order
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Sultana reviews Global Gobeshona Conference in Dhaka Tribune
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Sultana talks to MIT Technology Review about what progress means
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Associated Press: Purser discusses the right for renters to have legal counsel
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Strategies of Secession and Counter-Secession
Stuart Brown and Margaret Hermann publish a study on transnational crime
This book examines 80 such safe havens which function outside effective state-based government control and are sustained by illicit economic activities.
Purser cited in Washington Post article on economic relief package
According to research by Gretchen Purser, associate professor of sociology, somewhere between 2.4 million and 5 million American households are at risk of eviction in January alone if Congress fails to reach an agreement on economic emergency relief.
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Sultana weighs in on New York State fossil fuel divestment in City & State
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Alumna Kristen Patel named Gregg Professor of Practice at Maxwell
Kristen Patel will teach undergraduate courses in policy studies and graduate courses in public administration and international affairs.
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Sultana quoted in Truthout article on students' travel during pandemic
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Sultana talks to Scientific American about Biden, climate justice
"The most important action the Biden administration can do is to undertake all its policies and actions through a climate justice lens...and approach action with equity, accountability and justice in mind," says Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography and the environment.
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Sultana comments on Joe Biden's victory in Carbon Brief article
"This was a climate election since a large majority of voters noted that they were concerned with climate breakdown," says Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography and the environment. "Biden has a climate plan and a mandate and he has promised to listen to scientists…which is vastly different from the last four years of war on science."
See related: Climate Change, Federal, U.S. Elections, United States
Sultana participates in international event on climate research
Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography and the environment, participated in "Intersectionality and Climate justice: Towards an Emancipatory Climate Research Agenda," an event organized by the Centre for Climate Justice at Glasgow Caledonian University. The international webinar brought together critical scholars interested in climate justice and intersectionality with the aim of exploring common threads between the two concepts.
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Sultana talks to The Sanctuary for Independent Media about divesting from fossil fuels
Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography and the environment, says "a divestment from fossil fuels signals a commitment to ending climate breakdown, to have climate justice, and to think about equitable and just transitions toward regenerative economies and societies that move away from fossil fuels."
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Maxwell sociologists appointed to leadership roles at ASA
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IIAS Study Group on 'Coproduction of Public Services'
Greenberg House, Washington, DC
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This will be the fifth meeting of the IIAS Study Group on 'Coproduction of Public Services.' Our aim is to create and nurture an intellectual platform for the theoretical and empirical study of coproduction and its implications for the organization and management of public services. The conference will take place at the Syracuse University Greenberg House, which is located at 2301 Calvert Street NW, Washington, DC 20008. The telephone number there is 202.797.4678. It is located on the corner of Calvert Street and Woodley Place in the Woodley Park area of northwest Washington, DC. Click here for more information.
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