Faculty Notes

Larry Kilman Interviewed about his UNESCO Report on the Issue of Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists

Read more...Associate Director Larry Kilman’s recent UNESCO publication, ‘An Attack on One Is an Attack on All: Successful Initiatives to Protect Journalists and Combat Impunity’ was featured in several events on 2 November, the International Day to End Impunity for ...

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Ruchi Anand Authors Chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice

Read more...Professor Ruchi Anand authored a chapter on the hindrance caused by free-market capitalism to environmental justice in the recently released Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice (edited by Ryan Holifield, Jayajit Chakraborty and Gordon Walker. London, New York : Routledge, ...

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Prof. Steve McGiffen Talks on Climate Change at Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Read more...At the invitation of the Climate Change Network of the UK's Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association, Professor McGiffen addressed a conference at Sheffield Hallam University on September 7th. The conference was the third in a series of events ...

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Prof. Manlio Graziano Has Three Books Published This Spring

Read more...An impressively prolific author, AGS’s specialist of geopolitics and geopolitics of religion Manlio Graziano has just published three books: two in the US – with Stanford University Press and Columbia University Press – and one in Italy, with the ...

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Professor McGiffen Consulted by the Irish Parliament on the Issue of Water Policies in the EU

Read more...Professor Steve McGiffen was approached by the Joint Committee on the Future Funding of Domestic Water Services of the Oireachtas (Irish Parliament) to assist with their deliberations on the issue, by outlining water services funding systems in other ...

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Professor Yates Invited to Comment on French PM Visit to Beijing on Chinese TV

Read more...On February 23, Professor Douglas Yates was invited by the Chinese TV network CGTN (formerly CCTV News) to speak about the implications of the official state visit of French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to Beijing to discuss economic cooperation ...

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Professor Larry Kilman Appointed to UNESCO as Specialist Consultant

Read more...Larry Kilman has been appointed as a specialist consultant to UNESCO on the safety of journalists and the issue of impunity. He will be writing a report on the issue, looking at successful media initiatives that protect journalists and ...

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Prof. Ruchi Anand Shares her Views on US Foreign Policy Prospects Under Trump's Presidency

Professor Ruchi Anand is featured in a documentary about Donald Trump’s presidency, produced by the French national TV network France 5. This 70-minute film focuses on the reasons and consequences of Trump’s presidency, exploring both the ...

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Professor Kilman Appointed to the Institute for Media Strategies in London

Read more...Larry Kilman, Assistant Professor of NGO Management, has been appointed as an Associate to the London-based Institute for Media Strategies, which provides news media companies around the world with insights, advice and training.

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Yates Discusses the Paradox of the US Economy

Read more...On Saturday 29 October Professor Yates was invited as a guest on the radio program "Eco d'ici, Eco d'ailleurs", an hour-long economic show that is broadcast every Saturday on the French national radio station RFI.

Yates spoke about the state ...

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