Faculty in the News

Faculty in the news

Expert comment from Mike Hamburger, professor of earth and atmospheric sciences, on FOX 59: “Shock waves from Tonga eruption detected in Indiana.”  

By Regina Smyth, professor of political science, in The Conversation: “A year after Navalny’s return, Putin remains atop a changed Russia.” 

By Ore Koren, assistant professor of political science, in The Conversation: “Civil war in the US is unlikely because grievance doesn’t necessarily translate directly into violence.”

Expert comment from Rebecca Spang, professor of history in The New York Times: “Price controls set off heated debate as history gets a second look.”

Expert comment from Steven Webster, assistant professor of political science on WISH-TV: “How educators can best discuss the Capitol insurrection with students.”

Co-authored by Regina Smyth, professor of political science, in The Washington Post: “The Kazakhstan protests escalated quickly. Here’s why.”

Expert comment from Michael Adams, Provost Professor of English, in The Wall Street Journal: “We’re cursing more. Blame the #%$ pandemic.”

Featuring work by Jeffrey Wolin, Ruth N. Halls Professor Emeritus of Photography and founder of the Center for Integrative Photographic Studies at IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design in Buzzfeed News: A photographer documented the housing crisis by asking people how they became homeless.”

Expert comment from Byungkyu Lee, assistant professor of sociology in U.S. News and World Report (also in Health Day): Did pandemic lockdowns worsen the epidemic of opioid abuse?

Expert comment from Richard Wilk, distinguished professor emeritus of anthropology in and research from Wilk and Beatriz Barros, Ph.D. candidate in anthropology in The Guardian: Sailing away: superyacht industry booms during Covid pandemic.” 

Expert comment from Jessica Calarco, associate professor of sociology in the Greensburg Daily News: “Child care funding, options lag in Indiana.”

Op-ed by John Bodnar, distinguished professor emeritus of history, on History News Network: “DNA testing rescued Pearl Harbor’s dead from patriotic mythmaking.”