News Archive : June 2021

June 30, 2021

George Chauncey is quoted in New York Times’ “Liquor Laws Once Targeted Gay Bars. Now, One State Is Apologizing.”

On this episode of New Books In Psychoanalysis, J.J. Mull interviews scholar and historian Camille Robcis about her new book Disalienation

Adam Tooze, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of History and the Director of the European Institute at Columbia University revisited the socio-economical and geopolitical circumstances in 19th-century Europe that led to the drive for German unification. Tooze retraced the consequences of a unified and strong Germany as the center of Europe.

Samuel Niu, graduate student, published “‘Help Wanted’ signs indicate lack of decent job offers, not people unwilling to work” in The Washington Post.

June 21, 2021

Rashid Khalidi was featured on The Burn Bag Podcast, discussing the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: “The History of the Palestinian People with Professor Rashid Khalidi”.

June 17, 2021

Mae Ngai was interviewed by CNN on Andrew Yang and Asian American identity: “Analysis: Why Andrew Yang did an abrupt U-turn on identity politics.”

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