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Bloomberg, October 13, 2016, Edmund Phelps (ECON): Edmund Phelps: Slowing Innovation Slowed Productivity

Christian Science Monitor, October 12, 2016, Alexander Hertel-Fernandez (POLI SCI): Facebook's voter registration push pays off big time

CBC News, October 7, 2016, Robert Shapiro (POLI SCI): Robert Shapiro Interviewed by CBC News about VP Debate

Brookings, October 7, 2016, Fredrick C. Harris (POLI SCI): Minority voting in the 2016 election

Sabado, October 7, 2016,  Jean L. Cohen (POLI SCI): Precisamos de populismo de esquerda

FFMS, October 7, 2016,  Jean L. Cohen (POLI SCI): Que Democracia?

NY Times, October 5, 2016, Michael Doyle (POLI SCI): Security Council Backs António Guterres to Be Next U.N. Secretary General

Washington Post, October 5, 2016, Carl Hart (Center on African American Politics and Society): Ivy League professor: ‘I would much rather my own children interact with drugs than with the police’

Columbia News, October 5, 2016,  Frances Negrón-Muntaner (CSER): Frances Negrón-Muntaner on Habla y Vota

Columbia News, October 5, 2016,  Sharyn O’Halloran (ECON): 5 Questions: Economist Sharyn O’Halloran on the Role of Money

Columbia News, October 5, 2016, Ester Fuchs (POLI SCI): Who's on the Ballot: Prof. Ester Fuchs Helps Create an Informed Electorate

Columbia News, October 5, 2016, Gregory Wawro (POLI SCI): 5 Questions: Political Scientist Gregory Wawro on Electoral Politics

Columbia News, October 5, 2016, Fredrick Harris (POLI SCI): 5 Questions: Fredrick Harris on Race in the U.S.

Columbia News, October 5, 2016, Donald Green (POLI SCI): Faculty Q&A: Prof. Donald Green on the Importance of Getting out the Vote

Columbia News, October 5, 2016, Rodolfo de la Garza (POLI SCI): 5 Questions: Rodolfo de la Garza on the Latino Vote

NY Times, October 4, 2016, Rothschild Research Center: Objects From New York’s Buried Past Find a New Home in Midtown

Institute on Medicine as a Profession, October 3, 2016, David Rothman (HIST): David Rothman speaks to BBC World Service about Attica Prison riots

Open Democracy, October 3, 2016, Pablo Piccato (HIST): Trump’s macho populism

Slate, October 3, 2016, Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): Why Does the Replication Crisis Seem Worse in Psychology?

Columbia Spectator, October 2, 2016, Jennifer Hirsch (ANTHRO): White Jews, It’s Teshuvah Time

Scientific American, October 1, 2016, Carl Hart (Center on African American Politics and Society): The DEA’s Decision to Keep Pot Restrictions Perpetuates Hypocrisy

Cultures of Energy podcast, September 29, 2016, Vanessa Agard-Jones (ANTHRO): The Chemical Turn

Medium, September 26, 2016,  Nara Milanich (HIST): Blood Will Sell

Washington Post, September 26, 2016, Nara Milanich (HIST): These are the people Donald Trump wants to keep out of the United States

PBS Newshour , September 25, 2016, Carla Shedd (SOCIO): Questions remain after Charlotte police release videos of shooting

Time, September 24, 2016, Frederick C. Harris (POLI SCI): The Black Vote: History Demands a Strategy for Change

Huffington Post, September 23, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): How Syria’s Civil War Ends

Congressional Briefings , September 21, 2016, Carla Shedd (SOCIO): Senate and House Congressional Briefings on Examining the Role of Police in Schools

Marginalia, September 20, 2016,  Josef Sorett (IRAAS): First Impressions #91: Josef Sorett on A Religious History of Racial Aesthetics

Chronicle of Higher Education, September 18, 2016, Suresh Naidu (ECON): Graduate-Student Unions Mean Good News for Professors, Too

East Asia Forum, September 18, 2016, Gerald Curtis (POLI SCI): Weak opposition is a cancer in Japan’s political system

Columbia Spectator, September 16, 2016, William Harris (HIST): Columbia professor chronicles 1,000 years of Roman Empire

WBUR Here & Now, September 14, 2016,  Andrew Nathan (POLI SCI): 5 Years Into His Regime, Who Is Kim Jong Un?

The Nation, September 13, 2016, Stephanie McCurry (HIST): Senate and House Who Freed the Slaves?

New Yorker , September 13, 2016, Bernard Harcourt (POLI SCI): The Long Defense of the Alabama Death-Row Prisoner Doyle Lee Hamm

Bibliobs, September 11, 2016,  Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): ADN : les Noirs américains à la recherche de leurs gènes africains

The Economist, September 10, 2016, Suresh Naidu (ECON): Open doors but different laws

The Economist, September 10, 2016, Suresh Naidu (ECON): Open doors but different laws

Pacific Standard Magazine, September 9, 2016, Frances Negron-Muntaner (CSER): Why Do Americans Find Cuba Sexy — but Not Puerto Rico?

Vox, September 9, 2016,  Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): Why you should be skeptical of wacky new studies about what sways elections

Wall Street Journal , September 8, 2016, Edmund Phelps (ECON): Hard Truths About Easy Money

BBC, September 6, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Will A Syrian 'Safe Zone' Work?

Voice of America, September 4, 2016,  Richard Bulliet (HIST): Most Victims of Terrorist Attacks Are Muslim

Financial Times , September 2, 2016, Alexander Cooley (Harriman Institute): For Karimov the personal was always political

AAIHS, September 1, 2016,  Josef Sorett (IRAAS): Spirit In The Dark: A New Book On The Religious History Of Racial Aesthetics

AAIHS, September 1, 2016,  Josef Sorett (IRAAS): Spirit In The Dark: A New Book On The Religious History Of Racial Aesthetics

SSRC Blogs, Fall, 2016,  Josef Sorett (IRAAS): #BlackLivesMatter and the heterodox history of Afro-Protestantism

UNESCO World Social Science Report, Fall, 2016, Fredrick C. Harris (POLI SCI): Frederick C. Harris wrote and essay about racial inequality in UNESCO's World Social Science Report

AM New York, Fall, 2016, Gregory Wawro (POLI SCI): Gregory Wawro Interviewed about Swing States and Election

Public Culture, Fall, 2016,  Saskia Sassen (SOCIO): Saskia Sassen: Interviewed by Shamus Khan

Salon, August 30, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCIO): Media’s big mistake: When we focus too much on Trump’s depravities, we ignore bigger issues

Columbia News, August 29, 2016,  Van Tran (SOCIO): Sociologist Van Tran Brings the Immigrant Experience to the Classroom

Bloomberg, August 25, 2016,  Jagdish Bhagwati (ECON): Columbia's Bhagwati: Why the TPP Probably Won't Succeed

The New York Review of Books, August 18, 2016,  Andrew Nathan (POLI SCI): Who Is Kim Jong-un?

Vox, August 16, 2016,  Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): How schools that obsess about standardized tests ruin them as measures of success

WNYC's The Takeaway, August 9, 2016, Carol Gluck (SOCIO): Emperor Akihito's Mark on Modern Japan

The Conversation, August 6, 2016,  Saskia Sassen (SOCIO): Investment in urban land is on the rise – we need to know who owns our cities

Financial Times, August 5, 2016,  Mark Mazower (HIST): The value of Karl Marx’s 19th century thinking in today’s world

Habla y Vota, August 3, 2016, Frances Negron-Muntaner (CSER): Por primera vez Latinos means not only a big number but power

Global Thermostat, August 1, 2016,  Graciela Chichilnisky (ECON): “Climate Change and the Global Economy” – Interview with Graciela Chichilnisky

Financial Times, July 31, 2016,  Mark Mazower (HIST): Europe has to defend what it has achieved so far

BackStory Radio, July 29, 2016, Stephanie McCurry (HIST): You've Come a Long Way? A history of Women in Politics

Financial Times, July 24, 2016,  Saskia Sassen (SOCIO): How London can safeguard its Global City Status Post-Brexit

Huffington Post, July 21, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Erdogan’s “Inner Stalin”

Vox, July 16, 2016,  Richard Bulliet (HIST): Turkey has had several military coups in its modern history. A historian explains why.

Buzzfeed News, July 14, 2016,  Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): No One Should Edit The Genes Of Embryos To Make Babies, NIH Chief Says

Jacobin Magazine, July 13, 2016, Barbara Fields (HIST): Did the Color of His Skin Kill Philando Castile?

The Scientist, July 12, 2016,  Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): >Considering Gene Editing

NY Daily News, July 10, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCIO): The 1960s all over again? History isn’t quite repeating, but our tumultuous time does rhyme with that one in some strange ways

New Yorker, July 5, 2016, Shamus Khan (SOCIO): When Does Equality Flourish?

NY Daily News, July 3, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Elie Wiesel's legacy remains a passionate peace, human rights advocate among defenseless victims

NY Times, July 1, 2016,  Christopher Brown (HIST): In America’s Long History of Slavery, New England Shares the Guilt

Washington Post, July 1, 2016,  Turkuler Isiksel (POLI SCI): The British people have spoken. But what exactly did they say?

Columbia Magazine, Summer, 2016,  David Rosner (HIST): The Big Idea: Don't Drink the Water

Chauncey deVega, June 30, 2016,  Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): A Conversation with Sociologist Alondra Nelson About Race, DNA, and Tracing One's Own Personal "Roots"

Live Mint, June 29, 2016,  Saskia Sassen (SOCIO): Redefining notions of urban intelligence

Huffington Post, June 29, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Time For Turkey To Adopt A New Security Strategy

Wall Street Journal, June 26, 2016, Gerald Curtis (POLI SCI): Japan’s Election Offers Little Choice

Wall Street Journal, June 24, 2016,  Adam Tooze (HIST): The Road to Britain’s Retreat

NPR, June 24, 2016,  Simon Schama (HIST): Historian Simon Schama Describes Brexit Vote As 'Turning Point' For Britain

Columbia News, June 24, 2016,  Jan Svejnar (ECON): 5 Questions with Economist Jan Svejnar on Brexit

Tablet, June 23, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCIO): Against Abnormalization: BDS Targets a Major Lebanese-Born Writer

The Hindu, June 14, 2016,  Akeel Bilgrami (South Asia Institute): Nehru’s secularism was non-European: Bilgrami

The Atlantic, June 9, 2016, Jonathan Cole (SOCIO): The Chilling Effect of Fear at America's Colleges

Washington Post, June 8, 2016, Robert Erikson (POLI SCI): How to read the election polls — and keep your sanity — in two easy steps

NY Times, June 6, 2016, Natasha Lightfoot (HIST): History Can and Should Help Us Understand the Present

Fujisankei New York Television, June 1, 2016, Carol Gluck (SOCIO): President Obama's Hiroshima visit & how New Yorkers saw it

Huffington Post, May 31, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Liberating Fallujah — Losing Iraq

Columbia News, May 29 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): How Roots Inspired Social Science Dean

MSNBC, May 29 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): New mini-series 'Roots' to debut 40 years after original

New York Times, May 28, 2016, Carl Hart (Center on African American Politics and Society): Mandatory Opioid Training for Doctors Isn’t Necessary

PRI, May 25, 2016, Carol Gluck (SOCIO): Japanese and Americans remember the closing chapter of World War II so very differently

Wisconsin Public Radio, May 25, 2016, Carol Gluck (HIST): Historian: Even Without Apology, Obama Visit To Hiroshima Is Historic, Important

The Guardian, May 23, 2016, Fritz Stern (HIST): Fritz Stern obituary

Foreign Affairs, May 23 2016, Timothy Frye (POLI SCI): Why IR Theory Gets Russia Wrong

WNYC's On the Media, May 20, 2016, Carol Gluck (HIST): Visiting Hiroshima Without Revisiting History

Washington Post, May 20, 2016, Fritz Stern (HIST): Fritz Stern, refugee and leading historian of Germany, dies at 90

WNYC's On the Media, May 20, 2016, Tarik Amar (HIST): The Radical Historian Rewriting Ukraine's Past

Financial Times, May 20, 2016, Mark Mazower (HIST): East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity by Philippe Sands

US Sport History, May 19 2016, Frank Guridy (HIST): The Los Angeles Sports Arena: A Modest Memorial

Project Syndicate, May 19, 2016, Edmund Phelps (Center for Capitalism and Society): Supply Side, Demand Side, or Innovation Side?

New York Times, May 18, 2016, Fritz Stern (HIST): Fritz Stern, a Leading Historian on Modern Germany, Dies at 90

NPR, May 13, 2016, Chris Blattman (POLI SCI): National Contest Spurs Economic Growth In Nigeria

Boston Globe, May 13, 2016, Jeffrey Sachs (ECON): The age of impunity

Back Story Radio, May 13, 2016, Carol Gluck (HIST): Watch the Throne, America and Royalty

NPR Planet Money, May 13, 2016, Chris Blattman (POLI SCI): National Contest Spurs Economic Growth In Nigeria

World Politics Review, May 12, 2016, Charles K. Armstrong (HIST): North Korea Party Congress Shows Kim’s Power—and Subtle Outreach to U.S.

Financial Times, May 11, 2016, Mark Mazower (HIST): Berlin Should be Careful What it Wishes for

Washington Post, May 11, 2016, Stephanie Schwartz (POLI SCI PhD): Why Kenya’s threat to close its refugee camps is even worse than you think

Slate, May 11, 2016, Carol Gluck (HIST): How Japan and the U.S. Remember World War II

NPR's Marketplace, May 11, 2016, David Stark (SOCIO): How creative conflict makes the workplace better

BBC World Service, May 10 2016, Richard Bulliet (HIST): Wheel Revolutions

White House Talk, May 9, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): ROOTS at the White House

NewsOne Now, May 9, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Alondra Nelson Discussed New Book on NewsOne Now

Schomburg Center, May 9, 2016, Carla Shedd (SOCIO): Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: Educational Injustice and Organizing

Dissent, May 5, 2016, Mae Ngai (HIST): Justice Deferred

New York Times, May 4, 2016, Saskia Sassen (SOCIO): How Jane Jacobs changed the way we look at cities

The Guardian, May 4, 2016, Saskia Sassen (SOCIO): How Jane Jacobs changed the way we look at cities

Popular Science, May 3, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Is DIY Kitchen Crispr A Class Issue?

Afropop, May 2016, Gregory Mann (HIST): Gregory Mann: On Malian History and Politics

New York Times, April 29, 2016, Eric Foner (HIST): Nicholas Guyatt’s ‘Bind Us Apart’

Financial Times, April 29, 2016, Mark Mazower (HIST): Trump, Le Pen and the enduring appeal of nationalism

The Atlantic, April 28, 2016, Joseph Stiglitz (ECON): A Conversation With Joseph Stiglitz

Harvard Business Review, April 27, 2016, Eric Verhoogen (ECON): How Labor Standards Can Be Good for Growth

Dissent, April 26, 2016, Pablo Piccato (HIST): Not Just Trump: A Brief History of U.S. Hostility Toward Latin America

Washington Post, April 24, 2016,  Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): Why is Africa so poor while Europe and North America are so wealthy?

Chicago Tribune, April 24, 2016,  Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): Opinion: Why is Africa so poor while Europe and North America are so wealthy?

NPR, April 22, 2016, Claudio Lomnitz (ANTHR): Claudio Lomnitz on the History of Racial Identity in Mexico

Fox News Latino, April 22, 2016,  Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Opinion: With media mergers, Latino roles drop and stereotypes skyrocket on TV

New York Foreign Press Center, April 20, 2016, Sharyn O'Halloran (POLI SCI): The Economy, Trade and the 2016 U.S. Election

The Hill, April 19, 2016,  Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): New voice for Latinos in Media

Foreign Policy, April 19, 2016, Page Fortna (POLI SCI): How to Get Tenure (If You’re a Woman)

The Laura Flanders Show, April 19, 2016, Eric Foner (HIST): Historian Eric Foner on the Elections, Reconstruction, and Racism Today

Wall Street Journal, April 18, 2016, Stephen Sestanovich (Harriman Institute): An Earful for Vladimir Putin in Latest ‘Direct Line’ Call-In Show

PBS The Open Mind, April 18, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): Poisoning America

CBC News, April 18, 2016, Ester Fuchs (POLI SCI): New York Primary Candidates duel over Big Apple bona fides

MSN News, April 18 , 2016, Ester Fuchs (POLI SCI): Who's the most New York Candidate in the State Primary

New York Times, April 18, 2016, Alissa J. Rubin (POLI SCI): New York Times reporter Alissa J. Rubin wins Pulitzer for stories about Afghan women

Folha de Sao Paulo, April 16, 2016, John Coatsworth (HIST): País não é República das Bananas, diz reitor da Universidade Columbia

The Laura Flanders Show, April 16, 2016, John Coatsworth (HIST): País não é República das Bananas, diz reitor da Universidade Columbia

Wall Street Journal, April 15, 2016, Ester Fuchs (POLI SCI): Presidential Candidates Court New York Jews

New York Times, April 15, 2016, Eric Foner (HIST): Eric Foner shot by Bill Cunningham at NY Historical Society

USA Today, April 13, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Q&A: Filmmaker Frances Negrón-Muntaner talks diversity in the media

Reuters, April 12, 2016,  Laura Ciolkowski (Center for Justice): Homer, Virgil hauled to New York prison for Ivy League class

Schomburg's "Conversations in Black Freedom Studies series," April 9, 2016, Carla Shedd (SOCIO): Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: Educational Injustice and Organizing

The Economist, April 9, 2016, Suresh Naidu (ECON): Wages of chagrin

The New York Review of Books, April 7, 2016, Martha Howell (HIST): The Amazing Career of a Pioneer Capitalist

Wall Street Journal, April 5, 2016, Stephen Sestanovich (Harriman Institute): Donald Trump vs. Barack Obama on Nuclear Weapons in East Asia

Columbia News, April 2016, Donald Davis (ECON): Faculty Q&A: Donald Davis on the Economics of New York City

Columbia News, April 2016, Samuel Roberts (HIST): City as a Classroom: Researching the Realities of Criminal Justice

C-Span, March 24, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Book Discussion on The Social Life of DNA

Wall Street Journal, March 23, 2016, Stephen Sestanovich (Harriman Institute): Comparing Obama’s Speech in Havana With Reagan’s in Moscow

The Hill, March 23, 2016, Rachel Adams (ENG): Airline industry’s miserable record with disabled travelers

Wired, March 23, 2016, Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): Science Needs to Learn How to Fail So It Can Succeed

The New Yorker, March 23, 2016, Nate Derns (SOCIO): I Like All Types of Music, and My Sense of Humor Is So Random

Huffington Post, March 23, 2016, Joshua Simon (POLI SCI): Here’s why Obama honored Cuban hero José Martí in Havana

Foreign Policy, March 23, 2016, Andrew Nathan (POLI SCI): Xi Jinping’s Ill-Advised Quest for Blind Obedience

Huffington Post, March 18, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCIO): No one will be able to stop the political violence Donald Trump is unleashing

The Star Phoenix, March 18, 2016, Audra Simpson (ANTHRO): Reconciliation needs be more than permission to maintain status quo, prof says

WNYC News, March 18, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): As Public Advocate, de Blasio Flagged Lead Problems in Public Housing

Charlottesville Podcasting Network, March 17, 2016, Farah Griffin (SOCI): Virginia Festival of the Book 2016: Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women

Al Jazeera America News, March 17, 2016, Rachel Adams (ENG) : Revisiting Arthur Miller

The Hill, March 17, 2016, Ester Fuchs (POLI SCI): Stranded in a Food Desert

Fusion, March 16, 2016,  Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): ‘East Los High’ and the truth about Latinos and TV

Columbia News, March 15, 2016, Jeffrey Lax (POLI SCI): 5 Questions on Filling the Supreme Court Vacancy

The Washington Post, March 14, 2016, Johannes Urpelainen (POLI SCI) : The Paris climate agreement calls for big investments in renewable energy. Here’s why governments love it.

Pacifica Radio's Jordan Journal, March 11, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Frances Negrón- Muntaner Discussed Latino Disconect on Pacifica Radio's Jordan Journal

South China Morning Post, March 10, 2016, Charles K. Armstrong (HIST): More sanctions won’t end the Korean nuclear crisis, but engaging Pyongyang in talks might

Los Angeles Times, March 9, 2016, Robert Paxton (HIST): Patt Morrison asks: Robert O. Paxton talks fascism and Donald Trump

Taylor & Francis Online, March 9, 2016, Herbert Gans (SOCIO): Reducing Economic Inequality: A Bottom-Up Approach

Huffington Post, March 9, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): An Interview with Frances Negrón-Muntaner on the New Study, The Latino Disconnect: Latinos in the Age of Media Mergers

NPR Fresh Air, March 3, 2016, David Rosner (HIST) : America's 'Lead Wars' Go Beyond Flint, Mich.: 'It's Now Really Everywhere'

Bwog Student News, March 3, 2016, Partha Chatterjee (ANTHR) : Is That Sand Or Tears In Our Eyes: Bwog Reviews ‘Chokher Bali’

The Take Away with John Hockenberry, March 2, 2016, Alice Kessler-Harris (HIST): Abortion Returns to the Supreme Court

El Nuevo Herald, March 2, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Los latinos, una minoría desfavorecida en los medios

Vice, March 1, 2016, Center for Justice: Friday Night Hip-Hop on Rikers Island

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Columbia, Spring 2016, Peter Bearman (SOCIO): ADD Health: Sociologist Peter Bearman on his Landmark Adolescent Health Study

Columbia Magazine, Spring, 2016, Carla Shedd (SOCIO) and Marcellus Blount (IRAAS): "The Wire" Goes Ivy

Aeon, Spring 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Alondra Nelson on the need for a new Bioethics

World Economic Forum, Spring, 2016, Natasha Lightfoot (HIST) : Natasha Lightfoot's New Book Featured In Columbia Ink

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's Econ Focus, Third Quarter 2015, Emi Nakamura (ECON): INTERVIEW: Emi Nakamura

The Washington Post, February 27, 2016, Pablo Piccato (HIST): Donald Trump may be showing us the future of right-wing politics

Sueddeutsche Zeitung, February 27, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Oscars: Diversitäts-Krise, die Zweite

WNYC's Micropolis , February 26, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Frances Negrón- Muntaner Discussed Latino Disconect on WNYC's Micropolis

Le Point, February 27, 2016, Robert Paxton (HIST): Robert Paxton - Donald et Miss America

The Nation, February 26, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Art and the Burdens of History

Wall Street Journal, February 25, 2016, Stephen Sestanovich (Harriman Institute): The Pentagon, the CIA, and the Saudis vs. Vladimir Putin

Huffington Post, February 23, 2016, David L. Phillips ( Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Accountability for War Crimes in Turkey

The Hankyoreh, February 22, 2016, Charles K. Armstrong (HIST): Seoul’s hardline response “plays right into North Korea’s hands”

Huffington Post, February 22, 2016, Josef Sorett (IRAAS): Faith in a New Black Future

Washington Post, February 19, 2016, Rachel Adams (ENG): My son with Down syndrome is not a mascot for abortion restrictions

Columbia Spectator, Febraury 19, 2016, Center for Justice: Columbia Center for Justice partners with local gallery for exhibit on mass incarceration

The Record, February 18, 2016, Adam Tooze (HIST) : 5 Questions: History Professor Adam Tooze on Europe's Challenges From Migration to Debt

New America Weekly, February 18, 2016, Tarik Cyril Amar (HIST): A More Secure Ukraine

Michelangelo Signorile Show, February 18, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Alondra Nelson Interviewed on the Michelangelo Signorile show

Work in Progress, February 17, 2016, Herbert J Gans (SOCI): The national economy as an imaginary

Radio Curious, February 16, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): Dr. Alondra Nelson – Healthcare & The Black Panther Party

Salon, February 16, 2016, Andrew Gelman and Robert Shapiro (POLI SCI): Can we trust polls?: Experts discuss poll credibility during election year

NY1 , February 15, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): NY1 Online: Columbia Professor Talks DNA's Impact on Social Issues

New York Times, February 13, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCI): Kissinger Was a Courtier to Atrocity

Tablet Magazine, February 12, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCI): The Green Line on the Label

Huffington Post, February 10, 2016, Rachel Adams (ENG): Building Disability Literacy, One Brick At a Time

Bill Moyers, February 10, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): America’s Coast-to-Coast Toxic Crisis

The Root, February 9, 2016, Premilla Nadasen (HIST): When States Run Welfare, Black Children Are the Ones Who Get Hurt

The Huffington Post, February 9, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): Two, Three... Many Flints

US National Archives, February 9, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations, and Reconciliation After the Genome

Columbia Spectator, February 8, 2016, Mark Mazower (HIST): University Senate approves proposal to create Paris-based research, collaboration institute

CNN, February 7, 2016, Charles Armstrong (HIST): Armstrong: Sanctions alone won't deter North Korea

Journal of Turkish Weekly, February 5, 2016, Saskia Sassen (SOCI): Sassen: “We have entered a new era that the language of inequality cannot capture”

The Guardian, February 3, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): How DNA and 'recreational genealogy' is making a case for reparations for slavery

Huffington Post, Febraury 2, 2016, David Phillips (Institute for the Study of Human Rights): Preventing Ex-Combatants From Spoiling Colombia's Peace

Columbia Center for the Study of Social Difference, Febraury 2, 2016, Premilla Nadasen (HIST): Premilla Nadasen's "Household Workers Unite" Draws Positive Reviews

Nexos, February 1, 2016, Pablo Piccato (HIST): Trump, fascismo y populismo

MarketPlace, February 1, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): Lead may be the biggest childhood epidemic in the U.S.

Wall Street Journal, January 31, 2016, Stephen Sestanovich (Harriman Institute) : Falling Oil Prices, the Saudis, and the Soviets

WUNC, January 28, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): 'The Social Life of DNA'

The Leonard Lopate Show, January 27, 2015, Jonathan Cole (SOCI): What Does the Future Hold for American Universities?

Public Books, January 27, 2016, Anupama Rao (HIST): To Be “A Glorious Thing Made Up Of Star Dust”: A Suicide Note From The University Of Hyderabad

THINK, January 26, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): What Our DNA Says About Us

The Beacon Broadside, January 26, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): Reconciling the Double Helix

Pacific Standard, January 25, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): Shelf Help: 'The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations, and Reconciliation After the Genome'

The Brian Lehrer Show, January 25, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): DNA Science and Race Relations

NPR, January 24, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): More African-Americans Are Learning Their Roots With Genetic Testing

The Washington Post, January 23, 2016, Robert Shapiro (POLI SCI): Is it crazy for Michael Bloomberg to run for president? Maybe not.

Financial Times, January 22, 2016, Mark Mazower (HIST): Lessons from the Past are Key to Europe's survival

CBC Radio, January 22, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): Flint's water crisis reflects history linking lead levels to race and poverty

The Christian Science Monitor, January 22, 2016, Séverine Autesserre (POLI SCI): For Lasting Peace, Exceptions Must Become Rule: Q&A with Séverine Autesserre

KPCC Take Two, January 22, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (ENG): Want more diverse TV? Focus on media mergers

The Root , January 21, 2016, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race): Latinos Are the Largest Nonwhite Group but Will Be Underrepresented Among Voters in 2016

Nature, January 20, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): Genomics: DNA and diasporas

South China Morning Post, January 20, 2016, Charles Armstrong (HIST): Why the world should be thanking China, not rebuking it, for its role on North Korea

New York Times Sunday Book Review, January 20, 2016, Ira Katznelson (POLI SCI): ‘The Triumph of William McKinley,’ by Karl Rove

The Baltimore Sun, January 20, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): Roughly Speaking: How genetic testing might influence race relations (episode 38)

Media Matters for America, January 19, 2015, Frances Negrón-Muntaner (ENG): New Study: Executives Break Promises To Improve Diversity Following Media Mergers

NPR, January 19, 2016, Eric Foner (HIST): NPR Interview. 'Gateway To Freedom': Heroes, Danger And Loss On The Underground Railroad

The Marc Steiner Show, January 19, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): The Social Life of DNA: Race, Reparations, and Reconciliation After the Genome with Dr. Alondra Nelson

The Boston Globe, January 19, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): ‘The Narrow Door,’ ‘The Social Life of DNA,’ ‘Poor Your Soul’

Washington Post, January 19, 2016, David Rosner (HIST): Lead contamination exists throughout the U.S. — but Flint has a special history

World Economic Forum, January 17, 2016, Edmund Phelps (ECON) : Four Nobel economists on the biggest challenges for 2016

Columbia News, January 15, 2016, Alhelí Alvarado-Díaz (GSAS, History ’02,’09): Reimagining the Core Curriculum Through the Eye of a Camera

The Huffington Post, January 13, 2016, David L. Phillips (INST. STUDY HUMAN RIGHTS): Bowie: A World Class Humanitarian

Work in Progress, January 11, 2016, Herbert Gans (SOCI): Defining Sociology

The Huffington Post, January 11, 2016, Saskia Sassen (SOCI): These Charts Show Growing Numbers of People Being Excluded From the Economy

Salon, January 10, 2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): For African-American root-seekers, the reveal can be transformative

The Huffington Post, January 07, 2016, Herbert Gans (SOCI): The Republican Establishment's Overthrow Project

Huffington Post, January 7, 2016, Herbert Gans (SOCI): The Republican Establishment's Overthrow Project

The Guardian, January 7, 2016, Charles Armstrong (HIST): Diplomacy alone will defuse North Korea. The US must lead the way

The Christian Science Monitor, January 7, 2016, Charles Armstrong (HIST): After North Korea's nuclear test, what is China ready to do?

CNBC, January 6, 2016, Charles Armstrong (HIST): 'Hydrogen' bomb test may backfire on North Korea

NPR AirTalk, January 6, 2016, Charles Armstrong (HIST): Fact-checking North Korea’s H-bomb claim

The Huffington Post, January 6, 2016, David L. Phillips (INST. HUMAN RIGHTS): Losing Turkey

Public Radio International, January 6, 2016, Van Tran (SOCI): First Generation? Second? For immigrants and their children, a question with meaning.

NPR, January 5, 2016, Eric Foner (HIST): New Books Network interview. 'Gateway To Freedom': Heroes, Danger And Loss On The Underground Railroad

Open Democracy, January 4, 2016, Todd Gitlin (SOCI): Safe spaces, the void between, and the absence of trust

The Atlantic, December 29, 2015, Shamus Khan (SOCI): Will Inequality Ever Stop Growing?

Financial Times, December 28, 2016, Eric Foner (HIST): Campuses have a duty to offer a welcoming environment

Columbia News, December 23, 2015,  Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race: Messages Across Time and Space: Inupiat Drawings from the 1890s

The Guardian, December 23, 2015, Saskia Sassen (SOCI): 'A monster crawls into the city' – an urban fairytale by Saskia Sassen

The Takeaway, December 21, 2015, Jeffrey Sachs (ECON): Taking on the Critics of the COP21 Agreement

Columbia SIPA, December 18, 2015, Joseph E. Stiglitz (ECON): Celebrating Joseph E. Stiglitz’s 50 Years Of Teaching

Columbia News, December 18, 2015, Alondra Nelson (SOCIO): 5 Questions: Alondra Nelson on Race, Ethnicity and the ‘Social Life of DNA’

Juedische Allgemeine, December 14, 2015, Rebecca Kobrin (HIST): Immigranten können vieles weitergeben

The Washington Post, December 14, 2015, Johannes Urpelainen (POL SCI): Here’s what political science can tell us about the Paris climate deal

Columbia Spectator, December 13, 2015, Van Tran (SOCI): A Columbia study of Amsterdam Avenue finds evidence of hyper-gentrification

Japan Times, December 12, 2015, Gerald L. Curtis (Poli Sci): Gerald Curtis, the ultimate insider in Japanese politics, retires

Quartz, December 11, 2015, David Stark (SOCI): Diversity actually makes us smarter

Boston Globe, December 10, 2015, Joseph Stiglitz (ECON): How to fix inequality

The New York Times: Room for Debate, December 10, 2015, Pablo Piccato (HIST): A Belief System That Once Laid the Groundwork for Fascism

The New York Times, December 9, 2015, David Stark (SOCI): Diversity Makes You Brighter

CNBC, December 8, 2015, David L. Phillips (INST. HUMAN RIGHTS): Is ISIS trying to start World War III?

Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, December 8, 2015, James Jones (PhD SOCI): Racial Diversity Among Top Senate Staff

France 24, December 8, 2015, Jeffrey Sachs (ECON): Jeffrey Sachs at Paris Climate Conference: "Congress doesn't want to give a penny"

The New York Times, December 8, 2015, Thomas DiPrete (SOCI); Glen Hubbard (ECON): Where Katharine Hepburn Got Her Chocolates

PassBlue, December 8, 2015, Raymond Smith (POL SCI): Keeping LGBT Rights Active on the UN Agenda

The Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2015, Stephen Sestanovich (Harriman Institute) : Joe Biden’s Mission in Ukraine

The New York Times, December 3, 2015, Sven Beckert (HIST): The 10 Best Books of  2015

Open Source Radio, December 3, 2015, Claudio Lomnitz (ANTHR): The New Nativism

The East African, December 3, 2015, Rhiannon Stephens (HIST): Tracing Uganda’s history through stories of motherhood

Vox, December 2, 2015, Chris Blattman (POLI SCI): Sorry, Europeans joining ISIS probably can't be explained in one chart

Columbia Law School, December 2, 2015, Michael Doyle (POL SCI): The Refugee Crisis

NPR, December 1, 2015, David L. Phillips (INST. HUMAN RIGHTS): In Syria, Health Care Workers Are The Heroes — And The Targets

The New York Times, December 1, 2015, Jeffrey Sachs (ECON): A Path for Climate Change, Beyond Paris

Jacobin Magazine, Winter 2016, Premilla Nadasen (HIST): How a Democrat Killed Welfare

Columbia Magazine, Winter 2015-2016, Peter Bearman (SOCI), Suresh Naidu (ECON), and Alix Rule (SOCI '13): Data's dividends

Columbia Magazine, Winter 2015-2016, Pamela Smith (HIST): In an ancient workshop, discovering modern ideas

Columbia Magazine, Winter 2015-2016, Alondra Nelson (SOCI): The Double-Edged Helix

Foreign Affairs, November/December issue, 2015,  Alexander Cooley and Jack Snyder (POLI SCI): Rank Has Its Privileges

Times of India, Novemeber 30, 2015, Padma Desai (ECON): Independent Identity, ambition, education make a modern woman: Padma Desai

The New York Times, November 30, 2015, Bernard Harcourt (POLI SCI): Cover-Up in Chicago

The New York Times, November 30, 2015, Rebecca Kobrin (HIST): Cover-Up in Chicago

Financial Times , November 30, 2015, Jeffrey Sachs (ECON): COP21 Paris Climate Talks: World Powers are aligned and change is possible

Chronical of Higher Education, November 29, 2015, Bernard Harcourt (POLI SCI): Surveillance State? It’s So Much Worse

Huffington Post, November 25, 2015, Jennifer Hirsh (ANTHR): What's Missing From Our Thanksgiving Menus? Justice for Farm Workers

The Guardian, November 24, 2015, Saskia Sassen (SOCI): Who owns our cities – and why this urban takeover should concern us all

Wall Street Journal, November 23, 2015, Stephen Sestanovich (HARRIMAN INST) : Clinton vs. Rubio: Who’s Right About ‘Radical Islam’?

The New York Times' Sunday Review, November 21, 2015, Todd Gitlin (SOCI): Why Are Student Protesters So Fearful?

Foreign Affairs, November 20, 2015, Michael Doyle (POLI SCI): When to Intervene

The Huffington Post, November 19, 2015, Carla Shedd (SOCI): When Police Run Our Schools

CNN, November 19, 2015, Van Tran (SOCI): How has the U.S. treated immigrants in the past?

NBC News, November 18, 2015, David L. Phillips (Institue for Human Rights): Paris Attacks Prompt Renewed Calls for Tougher ISIS Strategy

The Record, November 16, 2015, Michael Schudson (SOCI): Sociologist Michael Schudson on ‘The Rise of the Right to Know’

The Eye, Columbia Daily Spectator, November 5, 2015, The Center for Science and Society, the Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics, and the Harriman Institute: The Pillars of Columbia

American Libraries, October 27, 2015, Eric Foner (HIST): Slavery’s Hidden History

Columbia News, October 21, 2015, Maria Victoria (POLI SCI): 5 Questions: Political Science Prof. Maria Victoria Murillo on Argentina's Presidential Election

MSNBC, Newsweek and The Washington Post, October 21, 2015, Gregory Mann (HIST): Gregory Mann on Mali in MSNBC, Newsweek and Washington Post

Project Syndicate, October 16, 2015, Jeffrey Sachs (ECON): The Japan Syndrome Comes to China

Columbia News, October 15, 2015, Michael Doyle (POLI SCI): Michael Doyle Brings Diverse Experts Together to Solve Global Policy Problems

Foreign Policy, October 6, 2015, Severine Autesserre (POLI SCI): Trouble in Peaceland

Columbia Spectator, September 30, 2015, History Department: Enhances enrichment program for graduate students

The World Post, Sept 30, 2015, Michael W. Doyle (POLI SCI): Overcoming the Refugee Obstacle Course

The World Post, Sept 30, 2015, David L. Phillips (Inst. for Study of Human Rights): Post-Erdogan

Verso, Blog of the Huntington Library, September 25, 2015, Frank A. Guridy (HIST): Coliseum Politics

MarketPlace, September 25, 2015, Gregory Wawro (POLI SCI): Strains between GOP and business

Political Violence at a Glance, Sept 24, 2015, Page Fortna (POLI SCI): Enough with the Pessimism about Peacekeeping

Cultural Anthropology's Infrastructure Toolbox, September 24, 2015, Catherine Fennell, Brian Larkin, and Antina von Schnitzler (ANTHR): Social Science Faculty in Cultural Anthropology's Infrastructure Toolbox

The Washington Post, September 22, 2015, Rachel Adams (CSER): The Muppets give my son with Down syndrome comfort and a sense of belonging

Columbia Spectator, September 21, 2015, John Huber (POLI SCI): Students share concerns about accessibility to global centers at World Leaders Forum event

Nikkei Asian Review, September 17, 2015, Michael Woodford (ECON): Columbia professor sees US rate hike 'soon,' perhaps October

Columbia News, September 14, 2015, Center for Justice: Justice-in-Education Initiative Transforms the Lives of Current, Former Prisoners

CNBC, Sept 14, 2015, David L. Phillips (Inst. for Study of Human Rights): EU migrant crisis: Germany, others need to step up

The Daily Beast, September 9, 2015, Andrew Gelman (POLI SCI): Could Google Rig the 2016 Election? Don’t Believe the Hype.

The Guardian, Sept 7, 2015, Joseph Stiglitz (ECON): Federal Reserve needs to worry about inequality, not inflation

American Sociologist, September 5, 2015, Herbert Gans (SOCI): Public Sociology and its Publics

Maclean's, Sept 1, 2015, Joseph Stiglitz (ECON): The Interview: Nobel laureate and economist Joseph Stiglitz

Slate Money, August 29, 2015, Suresh Naidu (ECON): The Migration Edition

San Francisco Chronicle, August 27, 2015, Rachel Adams (CSER): ‘NeuroTribes,’ by Steve Silberman

CNN, August 28, 2015, Charles Armstrong (HIST): Why is Kim Jong Un cracking down his top generals?

International Migration Review, August 14, 2015, Van C. Tran (SOCI): Second-Generation Decline or Advantage? Latino Assimilation in the Aftermath of the Great Recession

Project Syndicate, August 11, 2015, David Stark (SOCI): We the People of Europe

Asian Development Bank, August 10, 2015, Jeffrey D. Sachs (ECON): Jeffrey Sachs on the new Sustainable Development Goals: Changing Asia

SF Chronicle, August 4, 2015, Katrina Karkazis (ANTHR): Stanford bioethicist fights gender tests for female athletes

News Talk 770, August, 2015, Page Fortna (POLI SCI): Does Terrorism Work?

Huffington Post, July 27, 2015, Jeffrey D. Sachs (ECON): Gilead's Greed That Kills

New York Times, July 25, 2015, Joseph Stiglitz (ECON): Greece, the Sacrificial Lamb

Foreign Affairs, July 15, 2015, Robert Jervis (POLI SCI): The Iran Deal and What Will Follow

New York Times, July 11, 2015, Todd Gitlin (SOCI; JOURN): The Bernie Sanders Moment

Financial Times, July 10, 2015, Susan Pederson (HIST): Review of  "The Guardians: The League of Nations and the Crisis of Empire" by Susan Pederson.

The New York Review of Books, July 9, 2015, Sam Haselby (HIST): The Origins of American Religious Nationalism

NPR, July 9, 2015, Jeffrey D. Sachs (ECON): Greece's Forced Exit From The Eurozone Would Be 'Tumultuous'

Columbia News, July 8, 2015, Dan O’Flaherty (ECON): Economist Dan O’Flaherty Studies the Economics of Race in the U.S.

CNN, July 3, 2015, Jennifer Hirsch (ANTHR): What our airlines say about America

New York Times, July 1, 2015, Mark Mazower (HIST): Don’t Bet on Syriza

Tunscent Culture, July 1, 2015, Mae Ngai (HIST): Century-old legend of Chinese American middle-class families 

Columbia FAS News, June 29, 2015, Page Fortna (POLI SCI): Does Terrorism Work?

BuzzFeed, June 15, 2015,  Matthew Connelly (HIST): Can An Algorithm Do The Job Of A Historian?

Ekathimerini, June 17, 2015, Mark Mazower (HIST): The seeds of the Greek problem were sown in 1980s

Korean Herald , June 14, 2015, Jeffrey D. Sachs (ECON): G7 embraces decarbonization

Reuters, June 11, 2015, Rachel Adams (CSER): What Google can learn from the wheelchair

Take Part, June 8, 2015, Jennifer Hirsch (ANTHR): Labor Problems Are the Bitter Fruit of Farmers Markets

Dissent Magazine, June 4, 2015, Susan Pederson (HIST): Booked: How the League of Nations Shaped International Politics

Slate, June 2, 2015, Page Fortna (POLI SCI): Terrorism Doesn’t Work. So Why Do Groups Like ISIS Keep At It?

Inside Higher Education, June 1, 2015, Rachel Adams (CSER): Depressing Realities

Jacobin Magazine, Issue 18: Summer 2015, Eric Foner (HIST): Struggle and Progress

Columbia Magazine, Summer, 2015, Sven Beckert (HIST), Donald Green (ECON), Rick Hip-Flores (ECON), Jennifer Hirsch (SOCI), Yuntong Ma (SOCI), Elizabeth Walsh (ANTHR): SS Faculty and Students Featured in Summer Issue of Columbia Magazine

The Atlantic, May 25, 2015, Page Fortna (POLI SCI): Does Terrorism Work?

The New York Times, May 26, 2015, Eric Foner (HIST): Successes and Failures of Reconstruction Hold Many Lessons

The Nation, May 26, 2015, Eric Foner (HIST): The Historical Roots of Dylann Roof’s Racism