Faculty in the News

Faculty in the news

Expert comment from Feisal Amin Rasoul al-Istrabadi, the Michael A. and Laurie Burns McRobbie Professor in Global Strategic Studies and Professor of Central Eurasian Studies, and director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East, in The New York Times: “Efforts to form a new government in Iraq descend into chaos.”


Expert comment from Michael Adams, Provost Professor and chair of the Department of English, on NBC News : “Why might the F-word be on the rise?


Expert comment from Jessica Calarco, associate professor of sociology, on NPR: “Opinion: The endurance of parents.”


Expert comment from Steven Webster, assistant professor of political science, in FiveThirtyEight: “The Jan. 6 committee hosted a hearing for the 21st century.” 


Expert comment from Barbara Cherry, a professor at The Media School in the College of Arts and Sciences on CNN: “Are social media platforms like railroads? The future of Facebook and Twitter could depend on the answer.”


Expert comment from Arvind Verma, professor of criminal justice, on WRTV: IMPD, state officers focused on community safety through ‘Click It or Ticket’ campaign.” 


Expert comment from John Beggs, professor of physics, on CNET: “On the edge of chaos: Why your brain balances on a high wire.”


Expert comment from David Bosco, associate professor of international relations at the Hamilton Lugar School, in the Associated Press: “War Crimes Watch: Targeting schools, Russia bombs the future.” 


Expert comment from Ellen Wu, associate professor of history, in Axios: “Redefining Asian America.”


Expert comment from Sumit Ganguly, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, in New Age: “Time is running out to save Sri Lanka.”


Expert comment and research from Bernice Pescosolido, Distinguished Professor of Sociology in Slate: “New research suggests stigma around depression is dropping.” 


Expert comment from Jessica Calarco, professor of sociology in The Atlantic: “‘Mom brain’ isn’t a joke.” 


Expert comment from Michael Wasserman, assistant professor of anthropology and human biology in Mongabay: “Tropical mammals under rising chemical pollution pressure, study warns.” 


Expert comment from David Bosco, associate professor at the Hamilton Lugar School on NPR: “U.S. supports efforts to prosecute Russians for alleged war crimes, including at ICC.”


Expert comment from Brian Powell, professor of sociology in The Atlantic: “The women naming their babies after themselves.”


Expert comment from Edward Castronova, professor of game design in The Media School in BuiltIn: “Inside GameFi: The technology putting in-game items on the blockchain.”


Expert comment from Jessica McCrory Calarco, associate professor of sociology, on NPR: “A 4-year-old can run errands alone … and not just on reality TV.”


By Sumit Ganguly, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and the Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations, in The Conversation: “Want to know why India has been soft on Russia? Take a look at its military, diplomatic and energy ties.”


By Lee Hamilton, distinguished scholar at the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, in the Central New York Business Journal: “Opinion: In a crisis like Ukraine, staying in close touch is key.”


Expert comment from David Bosco, associate professor of international studies in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies in The Washington Post: Town by town, Ukrainian prosecutors build Russian war crimes cases.”