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Zolov

Professor Eric Zolov and his wife, Terri Gordon-Zolov, were interviewed by Chilean historian Camilo Trumper about their new book, The Walls of Santiago: Social Revolution and Political Aesthetics in Contemporary Chile (Berghahn) in the latest issue of the literary magazine, Brooklyn Rail.


Shirley Lim (Professor)

Anna May Wong

"Professor Shirley Lim discussed the historical problem of whitewashing in film and Asian-American representation for Turner Classic Movies before the screening of The Good Earth (1937) which featured the Chinese-American actress, Anna May Wong.  Wong had lost the lead role portraying a Chinese woman to a white actress, Luise Rainer."


Willie Mack (PhD Candidate)

Willie Mack

PhD student  Willie Mack published a blog essay, "The Success of the Valley Road Community: A Hidden History of Nassau County's African American and Indigenous People" for Preservation Long Island.  Mack is working with Associate Professor Jennifer Anderson this semester as a ACLS Public Scholars Fellow.


Shobana Shankar (Professor)

Shankar

Professor Shobana Shankar recently did a podcast interview about her recent book, An Uneasy Embrace: Africa, India, and the Spectre of Race for the series, Afrofiles which features conversations with scholars of African Studies. Her book and research was also featured in a recent article in Stony Brook University News.


Shirley Lim (Professor)

Shirley Lim

Professor Shirley Lim recently published an article in The Conversation, "After Hollywood thwarted Anna May Wong, the actress took matter into her own hands" to coincide with International Women's Day.


Eric Zolov (Professor) and Terri Gordon-Zolov

Zolov

Professor Eric Zolov and his wife, Terri Gordon-Zolov, were interviewed by Chilean historian Camilo Trumper about their new book, The Walls of Santiago: Social Revolution and Political Aesthetics in Contemporary Chile (Berghahn) in the latest issue of the literary magazine, Brooklyn Rail.


Nancy Tomes (Distinguished Professor), Paul Kelton (Professor)

Tomes Kelton

Professors Nancy Tomes and Paul Kelton were recently quoted in the article, "Against Different Backdrops, Public Responses Differ in Two Pandemics," TBR Newsmedia.


Stephanie Kelton (Economics and Public Policy)

Stephanie Kelton

Professor Stephanie Kelton, who is teaching a class this semester in History ("Ideologies of Capitalism") is featured in a New York Times profile on Modern Monetary Theory, "Time For a Victory Lap*," Feb. 6, 2022.


Lori Flores (Associate Professor)

Lori Flores

Associate Professor Lori Flores was recently interviewed by NPR in a discussion about the decline in membership of the United Farm Workers union, why it’s happened, and if things can change.


Eric Zolov (Professor)

Zolov

The Wall Street Journal published a Letter to the Editor by Professor Eric Zolov in response to Mary Anastasia O’Grady opinion piece on the upcoming presidential election in Chile, "Chile's High-Stakes Election."


Robert Chase (Associate Professor)

Robert Chase

Associate Professor Robert Chase recently led a conversation with  Jorge Antonio Renaud, a formerly incarcerated person who is now the Regional Director of Policy and Advocacy for the Southwest of LatinoJustice PRLDEF. The conversation took place at the Casa de Resistencia Bookstore in Austin, Texas for the public radio show  " People United: The Show in Solidarity with the People of the World," and includes powerful readings by Renaud of several poems.


Lori Flores (Associate Professor)

flores

Assoc. Professor Lori Flores was quoted in an article from   The Guardian,   " 'It Dances in Your Mouth': Why Americans Are Eating More Cilantro than Ever"


Nancy Tomes (Distinguished Professor)

tomes

Professor Nancy Tomes was recently quoted in the article, " From Pandemic to Endemic: This is How We Might Get Back to Normal," published in  The Guardian. 


Chris Sellers (Professor)

sellers

Professor Chris Sellers was quoted in  Newsday, " Suffolk Eyes Preserving Land in Environmental Justice Areas," November 28, 2021.  See here for PDF.


Sara Lipton (Professor)

Sara Lipton

Professor Sara Lipton participated in a panel of educators on October 26, 2021 to discuss the history of and ways to combat antisemitism during an event at the Great Neck North High School auditorium.  See the article here in  The Island Now.


Eric Beverley (Associate Professor)

Beverley

Assoc. Professor Eric Beverley contributed " Afterword: Who does the Deccan belong to?"  to a series that recently appeared in the South Indian digital news and opinion platform  The News Minute. The  feature section on the Deccan, was organized by a collective of younger scholars primarily based in India, and represents a larger attempt to generate public conversations about the political meanings of humanistic and social scientific scholarship on a key region of India.


Mohamad Ballan (Assistant Professor)

M Ballan

Assistant Professor Mohamad Ballan recently published a short essay, " Muslim Refugees in Medieval Malta (ca. 1463)? Mobility, Migration and the Muslim-Christian Frontier in the Mediterranean World " on the  Medieval Studies Research Blog.


Lance Boos (PhD Candidate)

Lance

PhD candidate, Lance Boos, recently published a blog essay for  The Gotham Center for New York City History (CUNY Graduate Center) entitled, " James Rivington: Music Purveyor in Revolutionary New York."