Faculty in the Media

Tarik Cyril Amar on WNYC

Tarik Cyril Amar, Assistant Professor of History, is one of seventy scholars who signed an open letter to the president of Ukraine protesting the passage of the recent de-communization laws, enacted with the help of the historian and political activist Volodymyr Viatrovych. Amar appeared on WNYC to discuss the effects of what he refers to as Viatrovych's "whitewashing" of Ukrainian history. Listen to the discussion, and read the transcript, here.

Anna Frajlich Interviewed by Tydzień Polski on the Occasion of Prize from Union of Polish Writers in Exile

Anna Frajlich, Senior Lecturer in Polish, travelled to London to accept the literary prize awarded by the Union of Polish Writers in Exile (March 20, 2016). As Frajlch tells the interviewer for Tydzień Polski, the British Polish weekly, her "life as an emigre writer had its beginnings in London," referring both to her long association with Wiadomości, the leading Polish weekly published in England, and her early volumes of verse that appeared in London.  Frajlich received the distinguished award for her "work as a whole."

Tanya Domi Quoted in International Business Times about Bosnia’s Application to European Union

In the article "European Union Expansion? Bosnia And Herzegovina Wants To Join Amid Mounting EU Problems," published in the International Business Times (Feb. 16, 2016), Tanya Domi (International Affairs, SIPA) "argues that although the country’s pre-accession stabilization and association agreement had good intentions, there is still a long way to go.

Alexander Cooley and Jack Snyder Receive 2015 Albert O. Hirschman Award from the Washington Post

Alexander Cooley, Director, Harriman Institute; Professor of Political Science, Barnard College, and Jack Snyder, Robert and Renée Belfer Professor of International Relations, Political Science Department, received a 2015 "Albie" award from the Washington Post for best writing on global political economy for their article, "Rank Has Its Privileges," published in the November/December 2015 issue of Foreign Affairs.


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