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CAS in the News

Here's a sampling of recent news stories in local and national media featuring College of Arts & Sciences faculty, on topics from patriotism to quantum mechanics.


A summer of protest, unemployment and presidential politics – welcome to 1932

James Gregory, professor of history, explains how looking back to 1932 can advise us about 2020. Source: The Conversation


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Check your patriotism

Christopher Sebastian Parker, professor of political science, explains how patriotism is about the adoption of anti-racism on the part of white Americans. Source: The Seattle Times

China has shown it is willing to pay the economic price of suppressing Hong Kong

James Lin, assistant professor of international studies and history, writes about China's suppression of Hong Kong. Source: The Guardian

Professor tackles one more mystery about quantum mechanics and time’s flow

John Cramer, professor of physics, weighs in with a potential solution to one of the longest-running puzzles in quantum mechanics: a phenomenon known as wave function collapse. Source: GeekWire

Democrats may beat Trump in November and still not learn the most important lesson from his presidency

Daniel Bessner, associate professor of international studies, discusses the most important lessons of Trump's presidency. Source: Business Insider


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