Professor Manu Bhagavan (GC/Hunter, History) recently published an essay on the modern-day “crisis of sovereignty” on the Brexit: Global Perspectives blog, which is affiliated with Cambridge University.
President Chase F. Robinson, a leading historian of early Islam, appears in a new Business Insider video to discuss the most important misconceptions in the West about Muslims. Read more
Trump’s Travel Ban Threat to Higher Ed
WNYC, “The Brian Lehrer Show,” 2.6.17 Read more
World War II-era social scientists provided a starting point for “shedding light on the meaning of Trumpism and what it says about the fate of American democracy,” writes Distinguished Professor Richard Wolin (Comparative Literature/History/Political Science) in a new Chronicle of Higher Education essay. Read more
Our ‘Prophet of Deceit’
Chronicle of Higher Education, 10.30.16 Read more
Lawrence Cappello (Ph.D. ’16, History) explores what a Trump presidency could mean for privacy rights in a new essay for The Hill, in which he argues that no candidate since Richard Nixon has been “so fiercely committed to portraying the nation as an unsafe and lawless society.” Read more
What a Trump Presidency Could Mean for American Privacy Rights
The Hill, 10.26.16 Read more
Distinguished Professor Blanche Wiesen Cook (History) spoke recently about Roosevelt’s legacy — and how “America’s greatest First Lady” might have viewed the current state of affairs. Read more
CNN en Español and the GC’s Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies have announced a partnership to provide exclusive research on Latino voters in America, who could play an instrumental role in electing the next president.
Professor Herman Bennett (History) has been elected into the prestigious Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars in recognition of his expertise on the African diaspora. Read more