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Newsmakers: April 26, 2011


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.

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

“New Catholic Moral Theology Website,”
In All Things [America Magazine blog], March 28

“Theologian Optimistic About Church’s Future,”
Today’s Catholic, March 25

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

“Baseball and the Business of American Innocence,”
The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 3

James Cohen,
associate professor of law, LAW,

“Critics Fear Terror Trial Will Be Compromised at Guantanamo,”
WNYC, April 4

“Staten Island Couple Faces Court Battle Over Engagement Ring,”, April 4

Benjamin C. Crooker, Ph.D.,
associate professor of physics, A&S,

“Earthquakes, Not-for-Profits, and More on BronxTalk,”
Bronx News Network, April 1

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

“North Africa’s Intifadas and Democratic Transitions,”
Tuscon Weekly, April 1

Norma Fuentes-Mayorga, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of sociology, A&S,

“2010 Census Shows Racial and Ethnic Shifts in NYC Boroughs,”
AM New York, March 24

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

“Publishers Are Wary of Borders’ Revival Plan,”
Detroit News, March 25

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

“Academics to Dissect Bob Dylan at Fordham Conference,”
The Associated Press, April 2

“Hevesi Judge Rejects Claim of Conflict, Says He’ll Move Sentencing Anyway,”
Bloomberg, March 28

Robert J. Hume, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of political science, A&S,

“Roberts, Alito Leave Imprint on Rulings,”
Washington Times, March 29

Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J.,
Distinguished Professor of Theology, A&S,

“Elizabeth Johnson Honored at Fordham University,”
National Catholic Reporter, April 3

“USCCB Helps Boost Theologian’s Amazon Ranking,”
Commonweal, March 31

“The Case of Sister Elizabeth Johnson,”
America, March 31

Constantine N. Katsoris,
Wilkinson Professor of Law, LAW,

“(Non)Binding Arbitration,”
The Wall Street Journal, April 4

Beth Knobel, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of communication and media studies, A&S,

“NBC News Pitch: Benchmark Us Against Prime Time,”
Advertising Age, April 4

“Why Radio Will Live On,”
The Huffington Post, March 25

Joseph Koterski, S.J.,
associate professor of philosophy, A&S,

“Answer Attacks Against Church with Truth of its Doctrine, Speaker Says,”
Catholic News Service, March 29

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

“Bad Times at the Box Office: Is it Competition, the Economy, or Bad Films?”
Christian Science Monitor, April 1

“The Facebook Age,”
Success Magazine, April

“Media Matters’ War Against Fox,”
Politico, March 26

Mark Naison, Ph.D.,
professor of African-American studies, A&S,

“Teaching the Anti-Vietnam Movement via Music,”
Daily Kos, March 27

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

“Arizona’s Election Law Is Best Left Alone,”
McClatchy-Tribune News Service, April 1

“Op-Ed: Elections Test,”
Los Angeles Times, March 28

Dominick Salvatore, Ph.D.,
Distinguished Professor of Economics, A&S,

“SA Needs to Think to Tackle Challenges,”
Independent Online, March 29

Susan Scafidi,
visiting professor of law, LAW,

“Designers Face Uphill Battle When It Comes to Knock-Offs,”
Thread | NY [NBC New York], April 4

Asif Siddiqi, Ph.D.,
associate professor of history, A&S,

“New Account of a Russian Cosmonaut’s Death Rife with Errors,”, April 4

Gregory Waldrop, S.J.,
assistant professor of art history, A&S,

“Suffering Jesus Doesn’t Please but Intrigues Art Viewers, Jesuit Says,”
Catholic News Service, March 23



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