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.
James Gregory, professor of history, explains how looking back to 1932 can advise us about 2020. Source: The Conversation
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
James Lin, assistant professor of international studies and history, writes about China's suppression of Hong Kong. Source: The Guardian
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
Daniel Bessner, associate professor of international studies, discusses the most important lessons of Trump's presidency. Source: Business Insider