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C. Colt Anderson, Ph.D.
dean of the Graduate School of Religion and Religious. Education, GRE
“Scholar Addresses Clerical Abuses,” Loyolan, January 24
William F. Baker, Ph.D.
the Claudio Acquaviva Chair and Journalist-in-Residence, GSE
“Google’s Monopoly on the News,” The Nation, January 23
Bruce F. Berg, Ph.D.
associate professor of political science, A&S
“NY Gov. Cuomo Submits Budget with $1.3 Billion Deficit,” The Epoch Times, January 23
Melkana Brakalova-Trevithick, Ph.D.
associate professor of mathematics, A&S
“The 11 Most Beautiful Mathematical Equations,” Yahoo! News via Live Science, January 30
professor of law, LAW
“Dictionary: A Way to Define an Argument,” UKSC, February 4
Leonard Cassuto, Ph.D.
professor of English, A&S
“What are Low-Ranked Graduate Programs Good For?,” Chronicle of Higher Education, January 28
“Killing Time,” New York Post, January 24
Saul Cornell, Ph.D.,
The Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, A&S
“Second Amendment Rights are Not Absolute,” Hartford Courant, February 1
“Wesleyan to Host Gun Violence Public Forum Feb. 6 in Middletown,” Courant.com, January 30
“Fordham University Professor: Gun Rights Activists Have It All Wrong,” The Register Citizen, January 27
“All Guns are Not Created Equal,” Chronicle of Higher Education, January 27
“Gun Control in America: Re-examining the Second Amendment,” CBC, The Sunday Edition with Michael Enright, January 20
Thomas De Luca, Ph.D.,
professor of political science, A&S
“Google Peels Away Some of North Korea’s Mystery,” Tech News World, January 30
Amelio D’Onofrio, Ph.D.
clinical professor and director of the Psychological Services Institute, GSE
“U.S. Mental Healthcare System Failing Patients, Advocates Say,” Huffington Post, December 26
Jeanne Flavin, Ph.D.,
professor of sociology, A&S
“A New Study Details How Roe v Wade and Proposed Personhood Laws Affect Every Woman,” Every Mother Counts, January 18
Heather Gautney, Ph.D.
assistant professor of sociology, A&S
“Americans are Distrustful of ‘Big Business’: Is Change in the Air?,” Mint Press, January 19
associate professor of law, LAW
“On Immigration Changes, House Awaits Senate’s Pitch,” Thetowntalk.com, February 4
“Migración: Pros y Contras para Demócratas y Republicanos,” El Diario, February 1
Albert Greco, Ph.D.,
professor of marketing, BUS
“Peeling Back the Oprah Seal: Ayana Mathis’s Twelve Tribes of Hattie,” The Millions, February 1
Karen J. Greenberg, Ph.D.
director of the Center on National Security, LAW
“Mohamed Mohamud Guilty Verdict: No Reaction from Defendant, Lawyers Plan to Appeal,”Oregon Live, January 31
“Cabinet Picks Show a Shift in How U.S. Wages War,” NPR, January 30
“View from Guantanamo: Families of 9/11 Victims Frustrated By Pace of Trials,” WNYC, January 28
“Lesser Sentence Sought for David Headley,” iStock Analyst, January 23
SU.S.an Greenfield, Ph.D.
associate professor of English, A&S
“Pride and Prejudice at 200: Stop Looking for Mr. Darcy!,” Ms. Blog, January 28
Cristina Greer, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of political science, A&S
“Does Black History Month Represent All Blacks?,” The Root, February 2
“Presidential Inauguration,” NY1, Inside City Hall, January 21
Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J.
Distinguished Professor of Theology, A&S
Clerical Whispers, January 31
professor of law, LAW
“Dianne Feinstein to Hold Her Own Gun Hearing,” Politico, January 29
lecturer of marketing, BUS
“Hitting 65, Boomers Seek Out ‘Retirement Coaches’,” Boomer Living Plus, January 18
Paul Levinson, Ph.D.
professor of communication and media studies, A&S
“Jeff Zucker’s CNN: Fast Changes and New Hires,” Politico, January 29
“Tough, Cool, Sophisticated Dressing in Black Gives Air of Danger; Popular Shade Goes with Everything,” The Daily Gazette, January 20
“Te’o Not Alone in Claiming Online Wishful Thinking,” Mercury News, January 19
“Facebook Rolls Out Free Voice Calling to U.S. iPhone Users,” Mac News World, January 17
“What is Catfishing?,” Abc7, January 17
Mark Naison, Ph.D.
professor of African and African American Studies and history, and principal investigator of the Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP), A&S
“A Noted Historian Bids Farewell to the Past,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 28
“Four Members of Bronx African Community Vie for a Single City Council Seat,” DNAinfo.com, January 22
“OWS Picks Up Pieces as Gov’t Neglects Victims Left Homeless After Sandy,” Mint Press, January 13
“Stop-And-Frisk Under Attack: Is the End of the Practice in Sight?,” Mint Press, January 10
Chris Rhomberg, Ph.D.
associate professor of sociology, A&S
“Christie Vetoes Bill to Raise Minimum Pay,” The Wall Street Journal, January 28
“Chart: Labor Strikes Become Rare as Employers Gain the Upper Hand,” Think Progress, January 22
John Whelan Distinguished Lecturer in Law and director of the Forum on Law, Culture & Society, LAW
“Sassounian: Defense Secretary Nominee Owes Apology to Armenian-Americans,” The Armenian Weekly, January 17
Barry Rosenfeld, Ph.D.,
professor of psychology, A&S
“Mental Health Gun Laws Unlikely to Reduce Shootings,” KUT News, January 17
Patrick J. Ryan, S.J.,
The Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society, A&S
“The ‘Catholic Muslim:’ The Conversion of Louis Massignon,” Commonweal, January 25
Dominick Salvatore, Ph.D.,
Distinguished Professor of Economics, A&S
“Dominick Salvatore: After the Crisis: Growth and Exchange Rates in the G-20 [AIER Lecture],” Business Consultant, January 17
Janet Sternberg, Ph.D.,
assistant professor of communication and media studies, A&S
“Santa Maria Nightclub Fire: Three Arrested as Brazilians in U.S. Mourn,” Fox News Latino, January 28
Irma Watkins-Owens, Ph.D.
associate professor of history and director of African American Studies
“Fordham University Launches Project to Create Database of Slavery Burial Grounds,” The Grio, January 18
professor of law, LAW
“Pfizer Disputes Zoloft Claims,” Drug Discovery and Development, January 31