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Newsmakers: December 17, 2007


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. .

James Cohen, associate professor of law, LAW,
“High Seas Mystery,” CNN, October 17

Paul Baard, Ph.D., associate professor of business, BUS,
“Crocodile Nowitzki,” Dallas Observer, November 22

Leonard Cassuto, Ph.D., professor of English, A&S,
“The Uncanny Symphony of Oliver Sacks,” Chronicle of Higher Education, October 31

Yvette Christianse, Ph.D., associate professor of English, A&S,
“Sila’s Story,” Mail & Guardian Online (South Africa), November 16

James Cohen, associate professor of law, LAW,
“Prosecution’s Best Pitch Is Precision, Experts Say,” The New York Times, November 16
“Letters to Court Praise Ex-senator Who Took Bribes,” Baltimore Sun, November 14

Deborah Denno, Ph.D., Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, LAW,
“Supreme Court Halts Fla. Child Killer’s Execution,” CBS News, November 16
“Doctor Barred by Missouri Helps in Federal Executions,” Los Angeles Times, November 15
“You Don’t Need to Find the Corpse to Convict the Killer,” Chicago Tribune, November 13
“Executions Likely on Hold Until High-Court Ruling,” USA Today, October 31

Albert Greco, Ed.D., professor of communications and media management, BUS,
“Book Buzz: Follett’s ‘Pillars” Costs a Pretty Penny,” USA Today, November 19
“A Troubling Case of Readers’ Block,” Washington Post, November 19
“Ted Kennedy’s Book Deal: Tell-All or Tedious Tome?” ABC News, November 16
“Book Biz Guru Al Greco Writing a History of the Industry Since 1980,” New York
, November 9

Craig Gurian, adjunct professor of Law, LAW,
“The Affordability Problem,” The New York Times, November 4

Rev. Stephen Hultrgen, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology, A&S,
“Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogue Begins Work on Round XI Report,” Worldwide
Faith News
, November 5

Andrew Kent, associate professor of law, LAW,
“CIA Interrogation Tactics: Honesty Won’t Aid Enemies,” The National Law Journal, November 26

Paul Levinson, Ph.D., professor of communication and media studies and chair of the
department, A&S,
“No Writers? Luckily, It’s Christmas,” Baltimore Sun, November 25

Héctor Lindo-Fuentes, Ph.D., professor of history and director of Latin American and
Latino Studies Program, A&S,
“Biblio-file: Latest Books by New Mexico Authors,” Albuquerque Tribune, November 12

Mark Massa, S.J., Karl Rahner Professor of Theology and co-director of the Curran Center
for American Catholic Studies, A&S,
“Catholic Leaders Expect Pope to Energize Flock,” Newsday, November 13
“Kerry Says Religion Has Place in Politics,” Boston Globe, November 2

Costas Panagopolous, Ph.D., assistant professor of political science, A&S,
“Obama’s Advisers Faulted in Fumbles,” The Washington Times, November 20
“Clinton Steadies Ship After Feisty Debate,” Japan Today, November 16
“John Edwards to Barack Obama: Step aside!” New York Daily News, November 2
“Clinton Gets No Love in Democrats Debate,” The Associated Press, October 31

Thane Rosenbaum, John Whelan Distinguished Lecturer in Law and director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, LAW,
“Legal Fiction Books,” New York Sun, November 8

Scott Ventrella, adjunct professor of business, BUS,
“Moneymakers: Scott Ventrella, Author and Consultant,” Houston Chronicle, November 11

Benjamin Zipurski, professor of law, LAW,
“Period for Suing ‘Syringe Doc’ Could be Extended,” Newsday, November 17
“Next Chapter for Merck,” Wall Street Journal, November 9


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