Professor Neta C. Crawford recently published an Op-Ed entitled “Fighting a Virus with the Wrong Tools” with Professor Catherine Lutz (Brown University). Professors Crawford and Lutz co-direct the Costs of War project at Brown’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs.
Professors Katherine Einstein and Maxwell Palmer recently published an op-ed in the Boston Globe entitled, “Newton and Other Communities Must Reform Housing Approval Process”.
Professor Katherine Einstein was recently featured on Vox’s The Weeds — check it out here, under “Neighborhood Defenders”.
Current Ph.D. Student Clyde Yicheng Wang recently published a co-authored article entitled “The Discipline of Happiness: The Foucauldian Use of the ‘Positive Energy’ Discourse in China’s Ideological Works”. The paper can be found here.
Professors Rosella Cappella Zielinski and Neta C. Crawford were featured on WBUR’s Open Source last week. Take a listen here.
Professor Lida Maxwell was recently interviewed on NPR’s Birdnote about her research on Rachel Carson. Take a listen here.
Professor Neta C. Crawford’s research was recently featured in an article for Big Think, entitled, “War is an Ecological Catastrophe”.
Professor Neta C. Crawford recently published commentary in Barron’s, entitled, “Drones are Cheap. A War with Iran Isn’t”.
Professor Neta C. Crawford was recently featured on The Takeaway on NPR. Take a listen here.
A recent New York Times article, “What Did the U.S. Get for $2 Trillion in Afghanistan?”, draws on estimates from the Costs of War Project, co-directed by our own Professor Neta C. Crawford.