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Inside Fordham Online is proud to highlight faculty and staff who have recently
provided commentary in the news media. Congratulations for bringing the University
to the attention of a broad audience.

William F. Baker, Ph.D.,
Claudio Acquaviva S.J. Chair and Journalist-in-Residence, GSE,

“Lessons from Mormon TV Denial of Playboy Channel,”
Christian Science Monitor, June 23

“Secret of Oprah’s Success,”
The New York Times, June 3

Ipsita Banerjee, Ph.D.,
associate professor of chemistry, A&S,

“Research and Markets: Bio­sensor Nanomaterials—
A Guide to Biosensor Applications From Nanoparticles to Nanotubes,”
Satellite Spotlight, July 5

Mary Bly, Ph.D.,
associate professor of English, A&S,

“Breathlessly, She Swooned—and Quoted Foucault,”
Wall Street Journal, June 28

Charles Camosy, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of theology, A&S,

“Young, Gifted and Catholic,”
The Tablet, July 2

Leonard Cassuto, Ph.D.,
professor of English, A&S,

“From Dissertation to Book,”
Chronicle of Higher Education, May 30

Saul Cornell, Ph.D.,
Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, A&S,

“New Originalism: A Constitutional Scam,”
Dissent, May 3

Deborah Denno, Ph.D.,
Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW,

“Verdict Boosts Standing of Casey Anthony Lawyer Jose Baez”
Fox 8 Cleveland, July 5

Jane K. Edward, Ph.D.,
post-doctoral fellow, Department of African and African-American Studies, A&S,

“Pride, and Sadness, as a Nation is Born,”
The New York Times
, July 13

John Entelis, Ph.D.,
professor of political science, A&S,

“Dr. Entelis Discussed Libya/ Gadaffi,”
BBC America, June 10

Anne Fernald, Ph.D.,
associate professor of English and director of writing and
composition at Lincoln Center, A&S,

“An Uncommon Reader,”
The New York Times, June 10

Christine Firer Hinze, Ph.D.,
professor of philosophy, A&S,

“Theologians’ Meeting Sets Tone of Reconciliation,”
National Catholic Reporter, June 21

Jon Friedrich, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of chemistry, A&S,

“What if the Forces that Form Molecules Were Stronger (or Weaker)?”
Qatar Tribune
, June 22

Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of finance and economics, BUS,

“A Spanish Spring? Poor Economy Incites Mass Protest Movement in Spain,”
International Business Times, May 24

Albert Greco, Ed.D.,
professor of marketing, BUS,

“Media Distributor Direct Brands Opens Bids to Buy Borders,”
Detroit News, July 1

“Inside Diary of a Wimpy Kid’s $500 Million Franchise,”
The Hollywood Reporter, June 28

Bruce Green,
Louis Stein Professor and director of the Stein Center for Law and Ethics, LAW,

“Call it a Comeback: Mel Weiss Wants Back in the Game,”
Wall Street Journal, June 22

Evon Hekkala, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of behavioral ecology, A&S,

“A Frog Endangered, but Extinct No More,”
The New York Times
, June 17

Tanya Hernandez,
professor of law, LAW,

“A Death Blow to Class Action?”
The New York Times, June 20

Amir Idris, Ph.D.,
associate professor of African Studies and associate chair of the
Department of African and African-American Studies, A&S,

“South Sudan Balances North, African Trade After Split,”
Reuters, July 5

Sertan Kabadayi, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of marketing, BUS,

“Daily Discount Coupons: Pay Dirt or Raw Deals?—Part 2,”
E-Commerce Times, June 8

Melissa Labonte, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,

“Violence Escalates in Ivory Coast,”
Radio France Internationale, June 23

Paul Levinson, Ph.D.,
professor of communication and media studies, A&S,

“Spitzer Bounced by CNN,”
Crain’s New York Business, July 6

Allan Luks,
director of the Fordham Center for Nonprofit Leaders, LAW,

“Charities Can Be the Nation’s Conscience,”
Los Angeles Times, July 8

Costas Panagopoulos, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,

“Perry Enjoys Envied Record as a Fundraiser,”
Houston Chronicle, July 5

Joseph G. Ponterotto, Ph.D.,
professor of counseling psychology, GSE,

“Bobby Fischer, A Psychological Autopsy,”
Miller-McCune, July 1

Joel Reidenberg, Ph.D.,
professor of law, LAW,

“U.S. Rules of Engagement Widened to Cyber Attack,”
San Francisco Sentinel, May 31

Susan Scafidi,
visiting professor of law, LAW,

“Some Designers Say Their Work Deserves Copyright Protection;
Others Say It Would Harm the Industry,”
ABA Journal, June 27

Larry Stempel, Ph.D.,
associate professor of music and affiliated faculty in American studies, A&S,

“Did Revamp of Spider-Man Musical Do Enough to Save Itself?”
Christian Science Monitor, June 16

Matthew Weinshenker, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of sociology, A&S,

“More Single Dads in Charge,”
Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 19

Benjamin Zipursky,
professor of law, LAW,

“Supreme Court: 2010-2011 Term in Review,”
USA Today, June 28


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