Articles and Essays
Interested in SCA faculty and graduate students' ongoing research? Now you can read their online articles and essays.
- Cristina Beltrán navigates politics in To understand Trump’s support, we must think in terms of multiracial Whiteness, a Washington Post OpEd
- Kimberley Johnson tells crucial truths in Today’s election denialism and violence has a dark echo in the Jim Crow South in the Washington Post
- David Dent pushes us to think crucially about politics in The D.C. Riot Was ‘A Sad Day’ for Republicans in Obama-Trump Counties on the Daily Beast
- Elizabeth OuYang published "Two Recent Supreme Court Decisions and Changing Demographics Underscore the Importance of US Citizenship" in the University of California Berkeley School of Law's Asian American Law Journal.
- Newsweek article by David Dent titled, Can a Common Ethos Still Bridge The Racial Divide?
- On The Assistant, Lisa Duggan addresses the trouble with #MeToo.
- Amarilys Estrella on Muertos Civiles: Mourning the Casualties of Racism in the Dominican Republic in Transforming Anthropology.
- A homage to Nipsey Hussle by Michael Ralph titled, Higher: Reflections on the Life and Legacy of Nipsey Hussle (Ermias Asghedom).
- Heijin Lee was featured on NPR's CodeSwitch to talk about beauty, power and South Korea.
- A profile of Gayatri Gopinath's new book, Unruly Visions, in the South Asian American Digital Archive.
- An interview with Thomas Sugrue in Futurity about how the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts are still facing huge hurdles.
- A chapter from Kimberley Johnson's new book, Educating Harlem that looks at Harlem's Wadleigh High School to explore “The Price of Segregation.”
- Caitlin Zaloom's article in Time titled, "How the Student Debt Complex Is Crushing the Next Generation of Americans."
- Lisa Duggan's podcast interview with The Dig on sexual assault and her book, Mean Girl: Ayn Rand and the Culture of Greed.
- Ann Pellegrini and Avgi Saketopoulou's writing in Psychoanalysis Today that the gender plurality analysts are increasingly encountering in the clinic has ties to the patient’s futural becoming; and it points to what psychoanalysis can, and must, become.
- Nikhil Singh's writing on toxic militarism for the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft.