W. B. Worthen, chair of the Department of Theatre, talks about his newest book and the theatre as technology.
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Professor Angela Simms discusses the consequences racial inequities have on access to resources.
Lena Harris ’22, Eve Kausch ’18, and Denise Mantey ’21 talk through their research on how to reenvision campus safety.
Belinda Archibong, assistant professor of economics, discusses the findings of her new paper, which reviewed 65 years’ worth of data.
Professor Sandra Goldmark discusses her new book “Fixation” and the importance of building a new model of consumption.
Professor Matthew Lacombe delves into his research on how the NRA builds power.
Dr. Mia Minen ’03 and mentees — Sarah Jinich ’19, Talia Boyers ’20, Jana Jaran ’22 — discuss research and women in STEM.
Professor María de la Paz Fernández’s latest research findings offer a new way for science to better understand the body’s master clock.
Professor Celia E. Naylor explains the history behind Juneteenth (June 19) and how it fits into our current climate.
Professor Daniel Hamermesh shares his newest research on the positive economic impacts of legal marriage.
Professor Xiaobo Lü considers how citizens view the two governments and suggests what leaders can do to improve global connections.
Professor Rajiv Sethi discusses the roadmap to resuming "normal" life and developing pandemic resilience.
Provost Linda Bell and professors Belinda Archibong, Martina Jasova, and Rajiv Sethi explain how stay-at-home orders will impact the economy in the long term.
To help everyone cope with COVID-19 anxiety, assistant professor of psychology Michael G. Wheaton offers some much-needed advice.
Technology promises to help those looking for romance find their match. Adjunct lecturer Skye Cleary explains why the opposite may be true.
2020 Wellcome Medal recipient and anthropology chair Lesley A. Sharp discusses her research in the field of medical anthropology in this “Break This Down” interview.
In this Q&A, Claire Tow Professor of Religion Jack Hawley — unofficially named an honorary citizen of the Braj region of North India earlier this year — discusses India’s religious and cultural landscape.
Professor of history José Moya explains the history behind the Mexican holiday that honors the dead and traces its connection to Halloween, while considering Barbie’s and Coco’s places in the cultural appropriation debate.
Women’s, gender, and sexuality studies professor Rebecca Jordan-Young breaks down the misconception of testosterone as the “male sex hormone” in her new book, Testosterone: An Unauthorized Biography.
Artists and transnational collaborators Jeannette Ehlers and La Vaughn Belle open up about the famous monument’s long-term residency in Barnard Hall, the legacy of Mary Thomas, and the importance of filling public art space with black narratives.