Carol Gluck was interviewed on episode 81 of the University of British Columbia’s Meiji at 150 Podcast.
David Rosner discussed the lead epidemic in Flint on PBS’ The Open Mind.
Victoria Basualdo, PhD 2010, served as an expert witness in a case against Ford Motors. She was quoted in The New York Times about the case: “Argentina Convicts Ex-Ford Executives for Abuses During Dictatorship.”
David Rosner’s ToxicDocs project was featured on Columbia News: “ToxicDocs Levels the Playing Field for Efforts to Prevent Toxic Exposures.”
Adam Tooze wrote for The New York Times: “How Does the E.U. Think This Is Going to End?”
Lien-Hang T. Nguyen will deliver a talk at 6:30pm today about the Vietnam War at the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia. For more information and to register, please visit this link.
Marwa Elshakry and Anupama Rao are senior editors of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (CSSAAME). To view the current issue, please visit this link.
Rebecca Kobrin penned an article for CNN Online: “Ocasio-Cortez and Graham’s immigration debate missed this key lesson.”
Continuing the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration of 1868, known as the founding event of modern Japan, Carol Gluck gave the keynote lecture at the International Symposium on The Meiji Restoration and Asian Modernization at Kyushu University on November 15. She delivered a similar lecture with the title, “The Danger of a Simple Story: The Meiji Restoration at 150” at the University of Vienna on November 27.
Mae Ngai was quoted in Zócalo Public Square: “The 1929 Law That Turned Undocumented Entry Into a Crime.”