Monday September 26, 2016

Faculty in the News: September 26, 2016

Julius Amin discusses America's ignorance about Africa in a contribution to "The Conversation," and other highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

"Trump is getting the vote of poverty-stricken Americans"
The HeraldScotland, Glasgow, September 25, 2016
Assistant Professor and Human Rights Center Research Fellow Jamie Longazel, department of sociology, anthropology and social work.

"Wait. So I don't have to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in November?"
WPCO-TV/Channel 9, Cincinnati, September 23, 2016
Associate Professor and Chair Joseph Valenzano III, department of communication.

"Trump campaign worker resigns after tying racism to Obama"
The Associated Press, published in 65+ publications including the Dayton Daily News, September 22, 2016
Assistant Professor Ruth Thompson-Miller, department of sociology, anthropology and social work.

"American's legendary ignorance about Africa persists"
The Conversation, September 19, 2016
Professor Julius Amin, department of history.

"For Confucius and His Descendants, a Cultural Comeback"
The New York Times, September 19, 2016
Associate Professor and International Studies Program Director Christopher Agnew, department of history.

"The people of the 'Rust Belt' that Latinos have saved"
CityLab Latino (Spanish-language media), September 19, 2016
Assistant Professor and Human Rights Center Research Fellow Jamie Longazel, department of sociology, anthropology and social work.

"Lincoln sculpture unveiled at Dayton's Courthouse Square"
WHIO-TV/Channel 7, Dayton, September 17, 2016
Former Ohio governor, Distinguished Research Associate and Adjunct Faculty Bob Taft, department of political science and School of Education and Health Sciences.

"Dayton, Ohio - not Cincinnati - might be the city to watch in race between Trump, Clinton"
WPCO-TV/Channel 9, Cincinnati, September 15, 2016
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, department of political scienceAssociate Professor and Chair Joseph Valenzano III, department of communication.

"Oral Funk Poetry, UD collaborate for tribute to singer, activist"
Dayton.com, September 15, 2016
Associate Professor and Director Michelle Hayford, theatre, dance and performance technology program.

"Johnson, Stein unlikely to make first debate stage"
The Hill, Washington D.C.,  September 14, 2016
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, department of political science.

"Discussion of Oliver Stone film 'Snowden'"
89.3/KPCC, Southern California Public Radio, Los Angeles, September 14, 2016
Associate Professor and Master in Public Administration Program Director Michelle Pautz, department of political science.

"Could Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden biopic result in a presidential pardon?"
The Christian Science Monitor, September 13, 2016
Associate Professor and Master in Public Administration Program Director Michelle Pautz, department of political science.

"DCDC artist to lead UD dance program"
Dayton Business Journal, September 12, 2016
Artist-in-Residence Amy Jones, theatre, dance and performance technology program.

"Local biologist lands $839K National Science Foundation grant"
Dayton Business Journal, September 8, 2016
Associate Professor Thomas Williams, department of biology.

"Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio would be key to become US president"
Telemundo (Spanish-language media), September 8, 2016
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, department of political science.

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