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2014 Arts and Sciences Faculty Highlights
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June 2014 media clips
PAUL LEVINSON
The "Double-Edged Sword" Of Social Media, Criminal Investigations
The Crime Report 06-03-14
Social media is permanently in the mix of any investigation, says Fordham University media Prof. Paul Levinson, author of “New New Media.”
May 2014 media clips
MARY BLY
Romance Novelist Eloisa James' Beach-Read Recommendations
ABC News via Good Morning America 05-30-14
In anticipation of a sun-soaked summer, we tracked down romance novelist and Fordham University professor Mary Bly in Italy.

BARRY ROSENFELD
Should A Mental Illness Mean You Lose Your Kid?
ProPublica 05-30-14
Dr. Barry Rosenfeld, a psychologist who directs clinical training at Fordham University, did not just administer tests.

DANIELA S. JOPP
Aging Single
Huffington Post 05-28-14
The reliable New York Times recently interviewed Professor Daniela S. Jopp of Fordham University, who researches how people feel once they approach age 100.

DANIELA S. JOPP
Get to 100 and Life Actually Doesn’t Feel so Bad
The New York Times 05-14-14
Daniela S. Jopp, an assistant psychology professor at Fordham University, is more interested in how people actually feel once they approach 100.

GEORGE DEMACOPOULOS
Pope Francis' historic visit to the Middle East
Fox News 05-27-14
George Demacopoulos, professor of historical theology, appears at 2:31.

HAROLD TAKOOSHIAN
Feeling bad or good about America?
Psychology Today 05-28-14
Harold Takooshian, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Fordham University.

PAUL LEVINSON
How 'Game of Thrones' is like America
Fox 44 via CNN 05-28-14
They revel in her ability to rise to the top in a male-dominated world, says Paul Levinson, a communications professor at Fordham University in New York

J. ALAN CLARK
Conservation Biologist Speaks At Darien High School's Science Symposium
Daily Voice 05-27-14
Dr. J. Alan Clark, professor of conservation biology at Fordham University, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Science Symposium, the Darien High School Authentic Science Research program announced.

J. ALAN CLARK
All Invited to DHS Science Symposium: Fordham Professor to Speak
Darien Patch 05-25-14
The Darien High School Authentic Science Research program is pleased to announce that the keynote speaker at this year’s Science Symposium on Wednesday, May 28, will be Dr. J. Alan Clark, professor of conservation biology at Fordham University.

TOM DANIELS
Ticks and mosquitoes: staying safe
Lohud 05-26-14
At the Louis Calder Center in Armonk — home to the Fordham University Vector Ecology Laboratory and the New York State Regional Medical Entomology Laboratory — Falco and research scientist Tom Daniels spend their days studying the ecology and epidemiology of diseases spread by ticks and mosquitoes.

MARK NAISON
Why Hedge Funds Love Charter Schools
Huffington Post 05-20-14
I responded at the time but feel he merits a more detailed answer and I would like to take another shot at the hedge fund / charter school zombies. I also recommend a YouTube satire, the Education News/Comedy Show, by my colleague Mark Naison of Fordham University.

PATRICK HORNBECK
How Pope Francis Is Tackling Governance and Compliance
The Wall Street Journal 05-21-14
[Patrick Hornbeck, professor and chair of the theology department at Fordham University in New York, said that the new structure’s provision for sharing of power between clergy and laity is “a significant and a distinctive feature of the emerging style of Francis’s papacy,” explaining, “I think that Pope Francis is recognizing that, with respect to issues like the economy, lay experts who deal in matters of finance and governance and compliance for a living might be better positioned to advise him on these issues than members of the clergy might.”]

CHRISTINA GREER
NY1 05-20-14
NY1 Online: Panel Previews State Democratic Convention
Fordham University Assistant Professor Christina Greer, New York Times columnist Michael Powell and veteran political strategist Bruce Gyory helped Inside City Hall preview the state Democratic Convention in Long Island.

SISTER ELIZABETH JOHNSON
Why Are American Nuns Under Vatican Scrutiny?
The New York Times 05-08-14
The cardinal spoke optimistically at Fordham that dialogue might eventually smooth things out, but he took care to express particular “esteem” for Sister Elizabeth Johnson, a widely respected feminist theologian at Fordham criticized in the past by Cardinal Muller.

PATRICK J. RYAN, S.J.
One Pilgrim’s Progress: When Malcolm X became El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
America Magazine 04-28-14
Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., is the McGinley Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham University in New York City.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Fordham's Michael Peppard on CNN
CNN 05-06-14
Michael Peppard, assistant professor of theology at Fordham and a Coptic papyrologist, talks to CNN's Chris Cuomo about new evidence discovered by a skeptical young scholar has raised fresh doubts about the authenticity of the scrap of papyrus known as the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife."

SISTER ELIZABETH JOHNSON
Crackdown on US nuns continues under Pope Francis
Sioux City Journal via Associated Press 05-05-14
The Leadership Conference, which represents about 80 percent of U.S. nuns, plans to give its outstanding leadership award to Sister Elizabeth Johnson, a Fordham University theologian and author of "Quest for the Living God."

GUY ROBINSON
Meet the Pollen Counters
The Wall Street Journal 05-05-14
Every few days Guy Robinson, a lecturer in natural sciences at Fordham, traipses up to the roof to retrieve the clear Melinex tape mounted on the device's steel drum, attached to which are pollen grains from the surrounding area.

GUY ROBINSON
New York Today: Allergy Season, Light
New York Times 05-07-14
“The first week in May is usually the heaviest, and it’s not that high,” said Guy Robinson, a lecturer at Fordham University who compiles Manhattan’s pollen data for the National Allergy Bureau.

SAUL CORNELL
History and 'Heller': The Past as a Two-Edged Sword
ACS blog 05-06-14
by Saul Cornell, Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, Fordham University

JEANNE FLAVIN
Cocaine doesn't cause brain damage, studies find; poverty does
Deseret News 05-02-14
Dr. Jeanne Flavin, a professor of sociology at Fordham University and author of "Our Bodies, Our Crimes," studies women's legal status and public health.

ROGER PANETTA
IBM focus of exhibition in Kingston
Daily Freeman 05-01-14
Roger Panetta, a guest scholar and professor at Fordham University, likewise got involved in the project and trained volunteers like Finch on how to compile oral histories.

LANCE STRATE
From amusing to amazing: Local academic looks again at Neil Postman’s work
New Jersey Jewish Standard 05-02-14
In his new book, “Amazing Ourselves to Death: Neil Postman’s Brave New World Revisited,” Dr. Strate, who was Dr. Postman’s student at NYU and now is a professor of communication and media studies at Fordham University in the Bronx, continues his teacher’s analysis.

LANCE STRATE
Lance Strate’s “Amazing Ourselves to Death”:  A Review
Second Nature Journal 05-05-14
With this cautionary tale in mind, and recognizing that for a closed-minded minority of techno-utopians Neil Postman was a reactionary and a Luddite, a relic of a literate age nostalgic for a simpler time, I never the less wish to report about Lance Strate’s Amazing Ourselves to Death: Neil Postman’s Brave New World Revisited: It’s time for this message.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Should We Tie Corporate Tax Rates To CEO/Worker Pay Ratios?
Forbes 05-05-14
Fordham University theologian Michael Peppard, after reading Piketty’s book, asks the question.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Tying corporate tax rates to CEO/Worker pay ratios
Commonweal 05-05-14
[Written by Professor Michael Peppard.]

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Ancient document referencing Jesus’ wife may be a forgery
PBS 05-04-14
Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Michael Peppard of Fordham University about these new findings.

STEVEN FRANKS
How a Few Species Are Hacking Climate Change
National Geographic 05-06-14
"In general, you might expect that weedy, short-lived species and ones that are able to disperse widely might be favored," says Steven Franks, who studies how plants adapt to climate change at Fordham University in New York.

APRIL 2014 media clips
MARK NAISON
Fordham's Mark Naison on Eyewitness News re: Charter Schools
ABC 04-29-14
Mark Naison, professor of African American Studies and an education activist, weighsin on the Charter school deal cut by Mayor De Blasio in New York City.

PATRICK HORNBECK
Fordham's Patrick Hornbeck discusses the two new Catholic saints
Al Jazeera America 04-28-14
Patrick Hornbeck, the chair of theology at Fordham, discusses the canonization of John XXIII and John Paul II on Al Jazeera America.

HAROLD TAKOOSHIAN
Stalinist-style show-trial: Former top shrink for FBI to be involuntarily committed
Veterans Today 04-28-14
Harold Takooshian has been a member of the faculty at Fordham University since 1975, having begun his college teaching career at age 23.

GEORGE DEMACOPOULOS
Who Really Put the Pope in Charge?
The Daily Beast 04-27-14
This is precisely what a new book by Fordham University theology professor George Demacopoulos proposes.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Elevating the dialogue on economic inequality
MSNBC: Melissa Harris-Perry 04-27-14
[Professor Michael Peppard discussed the latest theological trends.]

MICHAEL PEPPARD
How inequality became a best-selling topic
MSNBC: Melissa Harris-Perry 04-27-14
Is economic inequality the new, hot topic in the country? Jillian Melchior, Michael Peppard, Tamara Draut and Marcus Mabry discuss.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Is the Vatican sending mixed messages?
MSNBC: Melissa Harris-Perry 04-27-14
Pope Francis presided over the first joint canonization of two former popes. NBC’s Anne Thompson, Kathleen Sprows Cummings and Michael Peppard discuss the historical event.

HEATHER GAUTNEY
Sunday Dialogue: Our Choices for Schools
The New York Times 04-26-14
HEATHER GAUTNEY
New York, April 21, 2014
The writer is an associate professor of sociology at Fordham University.

TERRANCE TILLEY
Tilley on the Popes’ Cannonization
Arise Review 04-27-14
[Fordham theology professor, Terrence Tilley, spoke to Arise News about the dual canonization on Sunday. Scroll to 3:30 to watch.]

CHRISTINA GREER
Fordham's Christina Greer on "All In with Chris Hayes"
MSNBC 04-25-14
Christina Greer, an assistant profesor of political science at Fordham University in New York, discusses race on MSNBC's "Up with Chris Hayes."

CHAD MCARVER
2014 Annual Drama Desk Awards Nominations Announced; Gentleman's Guide Earns 12 Nominations
Playbill 04-25-14

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
Why Common Core tests are bad
CNN 04-24-14
Nicholas Tampio is assistant professor of political science at Fordham University.

AMIR IDRIS
Blaming the Victims: The tragedy of IDPs in South Sudan
Sudan Tribune 04-28-14
The writer is a Professor and Chair of Department of African and African American Studies, Fordham University, New York City, USA.

ALICE E. MARWICK
In Defense of Getting Personal on Twitter
The Chronicle of Higher Education 04-21-14
Alice E. Marwick is an assistant professor of communication and media 
studies at Fordham University.

MARK STREET
Military Veterans Bring Value to the Classroom
The Chronicle of Higher Education 04-21-14
Mark Street is an associate professor of visual arts at Fordham University.

PAUL LEVINSON
Stephen Colbert to take over 'Late Show.' But who is Stephen Colbert, really? (+video)
The Christian Science Monitor 04-10-14
“CBS is taking an incredible risk,” says Paul Levinson, a professor at Fordham University in New York and author of “New New Media.”

MICHAEL PEPPARD
ANALYSIS: Conservatives squawk over pope’s tweet on inequality
The Washington Post 04-29-14
That prompted an extended Twitter seminar by Michael Peppard, a Catholic theologian at Fordham University, who tried to school Hemingway in the basics of Catholic thinking on economics.

DAVID BUDESCU
Study: It Is "Very Likely" That Scientists Are Confusing Us About Global Warming
Mother Jones 04-29-14
The new study, by psychologist David Budescu of Fordham University and his colleagues, is actually the latest in a string of papers by these researchers showing that people systematically misunderstand what the IPCC means when it uses phrases such as "likely" and "very likely" to describe the strength of its conclusions.

KAREN L. CORRIE
Prosecuting Genocide is May 1 Topic
SUNY Cortland 04-25-14
She now serves as an adjunct professor at Fordham University and a consultant to the president of the Assembly ofStates Parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC.

MARK NAISON
Louis C.K.: Common Core Makes My Kids Cry
Long Island Press 04-29-14
Naison, who goes by the moniker Notorious Ph.D, is a professor of history and chair of African and African-American Studies at Fordham University and co-founder of the anti-Common Core coalition Badass Teachers Association (aka BAT).

GUY ROBINSON
Fordham University Professor Develops Device To Track Localized Pollen Levels
CBS 04-04-14
As 1010 WINS’ Glenn Schuck reported Friday, while pollen levels can’t be predicted too far in advance due to weather variables, Fordham University’s Guy Robinson has developed a pollen trap to better predict pollen counts at a local level.

GUY ROBINSON
Pollen fills the air but how much is anyone's guess
Lohud.com 04-14-14
"It probably doesn't give a very accurate picture of the entire region," said Guy Robinson, a biologist who directs the pollen monitoring station at the Louis Calder Center in Armonk, part of Fordham University.

PAUL LEVINSON
Investors See Gold Mine in Quora
Tech News World via E-Commerce Times 04-10-14
"Because of the high quality of the discussions on the site," answered Paul Levinson, professor of communications and media studies at Fordham.

PAUL LEVINSON
Northampton Community College atwitter over profane tweets
The Morning Call 04-02-14
But paying attention exacerbates the problem, said Paul Levinson, a professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University and author of the book, "New New Media."

AMIR IDRIS
'Blunt Instrument' or 'Good Step?' South Sudanese React to US Sanctions
Voice of America 04-09-14
South Sudan in Focus attended the conference, organized by Amir Idris, the chair of the Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University, and gathered reactions from South Sudanese expatriates to the sanctions.

AMIR IDRIS
Does South Sudan possess the political leadership to resolve the crisis?
Sudan Tribune 04-06-14
Professor and Chair of Department of African and African American Studies, Fordham University, New York, USA.

MARK NAISON
Fordham Professor Co-Founds Teachers’ Activist Group
Big Education Ape 04-15-14
An education activist group co-founded by Fordham professor Mark Naison, Ph.D., is growing by leaps and bounds, in no small measure because of its brassy title.

MARK NAISON
Seflie Interviews: Dr. Mark Naison on BATs and Education
PolicyMix 04-10-14
Matt Sky interviews Prof. Mark Naison to discuss the adverse effects of corporate influence on America's education system, and how the Badass Teacher (BAT) Association is working to fight back.

COSTAS PANAGOPOULOS
Reforma migratoria no interesa a electores republicanos
La Opinión 10-31-13
Para Costas Panagopoulos, politólogo de la Universidad de Fordham, la inacción será más positiva para muchos republicanos que el aprobar algo que sea visto como incompleto o una mala política en sus distritos.

HEATHER GAUTNEY
Invitation to a Dialogue: Unequal Schooling
The New York Times 04-21-14
The writer is an associate professor of sociology at Fordham University.

PATRICK HORNBECK
The Changing Religious Sentiment in the U.S.
The Wall Street Journal 04-18-14
Fordham University theology department chair Patrick Hornbeck discusses.

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
Common Core standards widen the opportunity gap
Al Jazeera America 04-06-14
Nicholas Tampio is assistant professor of political science at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
The politics of the gender wage gap
Melissa Harris-Perry/MSNBC 04-12-14
The MHP panel--Bryce Covert, Rick Newman, Christina Greer and Nomi Prins--talk about the failed vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act and the politics of the wage gap between men and women.

CHRISTINA GREER
Wake-Up Call: Bill de Blasio's first 100 days
New York Daily News 04-10-14
[Fordham political expert, Christina Greer, assistant professor of political science, gave him a grade of “B+” in the New York Daily News “report card” on the mayor's tenure thus far.]

CHRISTINA GREER
100 days of Mayor Bill de Blasio
Metro 04-09-14
“He’s getting his footing,” said Christina Greer, an assistant professor of political science at Fordham University.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Papyrus referencing Jesus’ wife dates back to ancient times
PBS 04-13-14
For more about this we’re joined by Michael Peppard, he’s a professor of theology at Fordham University and author of the book “The Son of God in the Roman World.”

CHARLES CAMOSY
Ethicist makes case for animals
National Catholic Reporter 04-02-14
In this short, engaging book, Fordham University theologian Charles Camosy calls Christians to think harder about their relationship with animals.

TERRENCE TILLEY
Pope Francis brings change in first year
CBS 03-13-14
Terrence Tilley, Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ Professor of Theology at Fordham University, reviews Pope Francis’ first year as the head of the Catholic Church.

KIMBERLY CASTELINE
New York Officials Tremble as Opt Out Movement Grows
Diane Ravitch’s blog 03-28-14
“A child can have a bad day, a child can be a bad test taker,” said the Fordham University professor.

PAUL LEVINSON
Making It Big Slippery Slope for Crowd-Funded Cos.
The New York Times 04-02-14 via Associated Press
Many want to feel like they are part of creating something new and exciting, says Paul Levinson, a professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University in New York. Most of that is imagined.

PATRICK HORNBECK
Fordham's Patrick Hornbeck on Al Jazeera America discusses Pope Francis meeting Obama
Al Jazeera America 03-27-14
Patrick Hornbeck, the chair of theology at Fordham University, discusses Pope Francis’ 45-minute meeting with President Barack Obama.
 
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Christina Greer, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of political science, participated in a panel discussion, “Covering the New African Diaspora,” at New York University on March 25. She was also honored by the Young Manhattan Democrats at its Engendering Progress event on March 26.

John P. McCarthy, Ph.D., A&S,
professor emeritus of history, was honored for his work as a historian at a symposium hosted by the School of History of University College Cork, Ireland, at which he spoke on March 1 about the church in contemporary Ireland.


Brenna Moore, Th.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, presented comments at the “Modern Theologies/Theological Modernities” panel at the Theorizing Religion in Modern Europe Conference at Harvard University on March 8.


Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., A&S,
Archbishop Demetrios Chair of Theology and Culture and co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center, presented his paper, “Lessons from Russia: Theological Literacy in Theorizing Religion and Democracy,” at the Theorizing Religion in Modern Europe Conference at Harvard University on March 8.


Robert J. Parmach, Ph.D., A&S,
Freshman Dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill and instructor of philosophy and theology, delivered a talk, “Catholic Identity in Daily Teaching: Ignatian Perspectives,” to the faculty of Our Lady of Fatima School in Queens on March 14.


Michael Peppard, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, published “Brother Against Brother: Controversiae About Inheritance Disputes and 1 Corinthians 6:1-11” in the Journal of Biblical Literature.

Grace Shen, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of history, has published Unearthing the Nation: Modern Geology and National Identity in Republican China, 1911-1949 (University of Chicago Press, 2013).


Lance Strate, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of communication and media studies, has published Amazing Ourselves to Death: Neil Postman’s Brave New World Revisited: A Critical Introduction to Media and Communication Theory (Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2014).
 

 
MARCH 2014 media clips
PAUL LEVINSON
'God's Not Dead': What low-budget hit says about Christians and Hollywood
The Christian Science Monitor 03-24-14
“The success of 'God’s Not Dead' shows at least three things,” says Paul Levinson, media critic and professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University in New York: “Big budgets are not necessary to make popular movies, there is a significant part of the population that cherishes faith-based movies, and students like narratives about arrogant professors who get their due.”

MARK NAISON
Big Business Launches Pro-Common Core Propaganda Blitz
The New American 03-24-14
“Never have I found myself finding so much common ground with people who call themselves conservative and libertarians — we all agreed public schools were going to be ruined by this,” Dr. Mark Naison, a professor at Fordham University and co-founder of a fast-growing teachers’ alliance opposed to Common Core, told The New American.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Will Pope Francis break silence on sex abuse scandal?
MSNBC 03-15-14
Assistant Professor Michael Peppard appeared on the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC on March 15 to discuss Pope Francis I.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Will Congress listen to Obama, Pope Francis?
MSNBC 03-15-14
Assistant Professor Michael Peppard appeared on the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC on March 15 to discuss Pope Francis I.

HAROLD TAKOOSHIAN
The 1964 Kitty Genovese Tragedy: What Have We Learned?
Psychology Today 03-24-14
On March 8-9 of 2014, Fordham University in New York City hosted "The Kitty Genovese Memorial Conference"--where 150 people heard an interdisciplinary group of 24 experts discuss this question, including four psychologists: Bibb Latane (NC), Scott Plous (CT), Harold Takooshian (NY), and Philip G. Zimbardo (CA).

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
‘Class Notes’ column: The federal slant on school reform (which should sound familiar)
LoHud.com 03-24-14
Delisle talked a lot about standards, but didn’t mention the Common Core until Nicholas Tampio, an assistant professor of political science at Fordham University whose kids attend the Rye Neck schools, brought it up.

COSTAS PANAGOPOULOS
Cuomo's push to make inroads with GOP
Newsday 03-14-14
Costas Panagopoulos, the head of Fordham University's Center for Electoral Politics and Democracy, said Cuomo's campaign efforts "are not inconsistent with his attempts to reach across the political aisle" to score policy victories over the past three years. …”

MICHAEL PEPPARD
How many ‘have to’s’ will gay marriage require?
The Washington Post 03-14-14
Michael Peppard is an assistant professor of theology at Fordham University.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
Religious Liberty & Distinctions
National Catholic Reporter 03-17-14
Michael Peppard, a theologian at Fordham, had an op-ed yesterday in the Washington Post on religious liberty. It is worth a read. Peppard does something far to few people on both sides of the various religious liberty debates undertake, he draws distinctions.

HAROLD TAKOOSHIAN
50 years later, New York murder still fascinates
Associated Press 03-11-14
In reaction to the case, Fordham University Professor Harold Takooshian began studying bystander behavior as a graduate student in 1978.

RACHEL ANNUNZIATO
School HouseBullying Made More Difficult as It Stretches Online
The Ledger 03-11-14
Rachel Annunziato, assistant professor of clinical psychology at Fordham University, said the most successful school-based initiatives to combat bullying are comprehensive approaches that educate all the players -- students, teachers, administrators and parents -- that there is "no tolerance" for bullying.

PAUL LEVINSON
'Cosmos': Can Fox reboot shine amid 'billions and billions' of options?
Minn Post 03-11-14
While some might think the very notion of TV is too retro in a world going increasingly mobile, this kind of extravagant, special-effects-heavy programming needs to be seen on the big home screen, says Fordham University professor Paul Levinson, author of “New New Media.”

PAUL LEVINSON
The anti-politics of ‘Upworthy’
Politico 03-11-14
And as Paul Levinson, a professor of media and communications studies at Fordham University, pointed out, sometimes a single video can change the tone of an election.

PAUL LEVINSON
25 Years Old, the World Wide Web’s Potential Still Untapped
Voice of America 03-12-14
Paul Levinson, a professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University said via Skype that events such as the Arab Spring and theOccupy Wall Street movement showed the power that the web has put in the hands of everyday people.

PATRICK HORNBECK
Pope's Franciscans kick-start restoration effort
Dayton Daily News via Associated Press 03-12-14
Francis proposed a radically new way of living religious life that he believed was closer to what Jesus and his apostles lived — not as cloistered monks or parish priests on career paths but as itinerant and mendicant preachers, ministering to the urban poor and sick and relying exclusively on the charity of others to get by, said Patrick Hornbeck, chair of the theology department at Fordham University in New York and an expert in medieval church history.

CHRISTIANA PEPPARD
Thirsting for Lent
America Magazine 03-17-14
Christiana Peppard, an assistant professor of theology, science and ethics at Fordham University, treats this question in her new book, Just Water: Theology, Ethics, and the Global Water Crisis.

SR. ELIZABETH JOHNSON
Feminism In Faith: Sister Elizabeth Johnson’s Challenge ToThe Vatican
BuzzFeed 03-07-14
But watching Elizabeth Johnson, distinguished professor of theology at Fordham University, eagerly enter a classroom of two dozen students, most of whom still qualify as teenagers, one immediately gets the sense that there are few places she’d rather be.

HAROLD TAKOOSHIAN
Kitty Genovese continues to fascinate scholars 50 years after her shocking murder in Queens
Daily News 03-05-14
Scholars will gather at Fordham University on Saturday to discuss the brutal murder of Kitty Genovese on a street in Kew Gardens. “Every time we learn something new,” said Harold Takooshian, a Fordham University psychology professor who has spent decades studying the case.

OLENA NIKOLAYENKO
Fordham's Olena Nikolayenko talks #Ukraine on Al Jazeera America 3/1/2014
Al Jazeera America 03-01-14
Dr. Nikoleyenko, a professor of international political science, and a native of the Ukraine, discusses the latest regarding #Crimea and #Russia, and related demonstrations in New York, on Al Jazeera America.

OLENA NIKOLAYENKO
Fordham's Olena Nikolayenko discusses Ukraine on Al Jazeera America: March 8
Al Jazeera America 03-08-14
Fordham's Olena Nikolayenko discusses the latest developments in the Ukraine on Al Jazeera America: March 8, 2014.

PATRICK HORNBECK
Fordham's Patrick Hornbeck discusses 1 year of Pope Francis on Al Jazeera America
Al Jazeera America 03-10-14
Fordham's Patrick Hornbeck, the chair of the theology department, discusses 1 year of Pope Francis on Al Jazeera America.

MICHAEL LEE
Liberation theology discussions scheduled
Fredericksburg.com 03-03-14
Michael Lee, a Fordham University professor and an expert on the theology that advocates for the poor and the oppressed, will present a lecture, give a sermon and participate in a panel discussion on Saturday and Sunday at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg.
 
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Charles C. Camosy, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, published “Intellectual Solidarity and Transcending Polarized Discourse” in Political Theology in January.

Ayala Fader, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of sociology and anthropology, received a 2014-15 National Science Foundation grant to support her project, “Religious Orthodoxy and New Media Technologies.”


Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D., A&S,
Marie Ward Doty Professor of Psychology, director of the Fordham Center for Ethics Education, and professor of psychology, published three articles: “Ethics in Prevention Science Involving Genetic Testing” in Prevention Science; “Moral Stress, Moral Practice, and Ethical Climate in Community-Based Drug Use Research: Views from the Frontline” inthe American Journal of Bioethics Primary Research; and “Preparing and Enhancing the Responsible Conduct of Research Involving Children and Youth: A Response to Proposed Changes in Federal Regulations” in Social Policy Report.

Elizabeth Johnson, Ph.D., A&S,
Distinguished Professor of Theology, published Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love (Bloomsbury, 2014).


Christine Firer Hinze, Ph.D., A&S, professor of theology,
and J. Patrick Hornbeck, Ph.D., A&S, associate professor of theology,
co-edited More than a Monologue: Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church, Volume I: Voices of Our Times (Fordham University Press, 2014).


Dean McKay, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, published Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Its Spectrum: A Lifespan Approach (American Psychological Association, 2014) and five articles, including “Social Networks: Much Older Than You May Think” in The Behavior Therapist and “Attitudes Towards Spirituality/Religion Among Members of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies” in Professional Psychology: Research and Practice.


Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., A&S,
Archbishop Demetrios Chair of Theology and Culture, professor of theology, and co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center, presented “Divine-Human Communion and Political Liberalism” at the University of Vienna’s Institute for Human Sciences on Jan. 16 and 17.

Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., A&S,
The Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society, received a Fulbright Specialist Award to give ten double lectures on “The Origins of Islam and Its Development in Africa” in Arrupe Jesuit College, Zimbabwe, from March 17 through March 28. He participated in the Kerygma Koffee discussion on Feb. 11 with Peter Bwanali, S.J., A&S, visiting professor of philosophy. Ryan and Bwanali gave a joint presentation on “Faith in the Third World.” Ryan’s annual Fall McGinley Lecture, “To Be a Pilgrim: A Geography of Faith for Jews, Christians, and Muslims,” was published in Origins on Jan. 9.


Grace Yen Shen, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of Chinese history, published Unearthing the Nation: Modern Geology and Nationalism in Republican China (University of Chicago Press, 2014)
.

Jay C. Wade, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of psychology, presented “Psychology of Men and Masculinity: Male Identity and Masculinity Ideology in Diverse Populations” at the International Seminar on Violence Against Women and Children in Salatiga, Indonesia in January
.

 
FEBRUARY 2014 media clips
RACHEL ANNUZIATO
Making the Transition to Adulthood After Childhood Illness
Psychology Today 02-28-14
At Fordham University, we have a Dean dedicated to the needs of the freshman class and a trained group of freshman advisors who greet and follow incoming students throughout their first year in this new setting.

LANCE STRATE
Should Political Figures and Celebrities Mix?
Bloomberg TV 02-21-14
Fordham University’s Lance Strate discusses the blurred lines between politics and celebrity and the impact each has on the other with Matt Miller, Julie Hyman and John Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

CHRISTINA GREER
Independent Sources: Justice for Job Seekers
CUNY TV  02-20-14

MARK NAISON
Common Core Adjustments Do Not Go Far Enough, Blast Opponents
LongIslandPress.com02-16-14
Dr. Mark Naison, chair of African and African-American Studies at Fordham University and BAT co-founder with Kilfoyle, still isn’t satisfied.

MARK NAISON
Fordham's Mark Naison on PIX11 News
Pix11 02-27-14
Dr. Mark Naison, a professor of history and African American History, weighed in on young people's use of the N-WORD on the PIX11 News.

OLENA NIKOLAYENKO
Fordham's Olena Nikolayenko on Ukraine unrest on Al Jazeera America
Al Jazeera America 02-27-14
Professor Olena Nikolayenko discusses the unrest in the Ukraine.

NICHOLAS TAMPIO
The Regents Aren't Listening to Parents About the Common Core
Huffington Post 02-25-14

OLENA NIKOLAYENKO
Ukraine protests continue
CBS News 02-21-14
Olena Nikolayenko, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Fordham University, tells how a cease-fire turned into one of the deadliest days in Kiev since protests began.

BERISH Y. RUBIN
Exon Skipping: Borrowing from Nature to Treat Rare Genetic Diseases
PLOS blogs 02-20-14
In 2003, discovery of the FD mutation and the tendency of some cells to ignore it inspired Drs. Berish Rubin, Sylvia Anderson, and their colleagues at Fordham University to screen compounds that might modulate levels of the protein, perhaps by affecting splicing.

LANCE STRATE
Barney Miller: Forty Years Later, The Most Intelligent, Literate US Sitcom Ever
International Business Times 02-19-14
Dr. Lance Strate is professor of communication and media Studies and associate chair for undergraduate studies at Fordham University in New York.

PAUL LEVINSON
'Intelligence' Season 1 Episode 7: Nanites
StarPulse.com 02-19-14
Cassidy survives a close call, but I wouldn't go to him for a letter of reference if someone was applying for a job at Fordham University, where I teach.

QUAMRUL HAIDER
How Safe Are the Russian Civilian Nuclear Reactors?
Bangladesh – Audacity of Hope 02-14-14
The writer is Professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics, Fordham University, New York.

LANCE STRATE
Comcast-Time Warner deal has some history in the Twin Cities
TwinCities .com 02-13-14
"Consumers generally do not have a choice of which cable company to use, (since these) are granted monopolies within given territories, so the short-term impact will be negligible," said Lance Strate, professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University in New York City.

ANDREW CLARK
A New York, des classes bilingues franco-anglaises très prisées
Le monde 02-14-14
En revanche, dans les quartiers plus aisés, comme le sud de Manhattan, la démarche se complique : « Ici, il n'y a pratiquement que des bonnes écoles, qui ont déjà du mal à accueillir toutes les demandes du quartier, explique Andrew H. Clark, un professeur de littérature comparée à la Fordham University et père de deux filles de 5 et 7 ans, à qui il veut faire apprendre le français.

PAUL LEVINSON
Live Chat: Life and Legacy of Shirley Temple
Motreal Gazette 02-12-14
On our panel: Wheeler Winston Dixon, an internationally recognized scholar and writer of film history, theory and criticism who has written more than a dozen books about film and Paul Levinson, a professor at Fordham University, where he specializes in popular culture and has commented widely on film.

BETH KNOBEL
Fordham's Beth Knobel talks Sochi Olympics on CBS News
CBS News 01-22-14
Beth Knobel, a professor of media and communications at Fordham, and former CBS News Moscow Bureau chief, discusses the security risks at the upcoming Winter Olympics on Sochi, Russia.

CHRISTINA GREER
De Blasio Tests Political Might in Pre-K Push
The New York Times 02-07-14
“He rode in on a wave of good feelings, but political capital can fade very quickly when you don’t have tangibles,” said Christina Greer, an assistant professor of political science at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
De Blasio 'miffed' at Dean Skelos' vow to block pre-K tax plan
am New York 02-11-14
Fordham University assistant professor of political science Christina Greer noted Cuomo needs to appeal to moderates this year.

CHRISTINA GREER
Is the old Chris Christie back? As chair for GOP governors, he rakes in funds
The Christian Science Monitor 02-12-14
“We have to look beyond just donors,” says Christina Greer, professor of urban politics at Fordham University in New York.

CHARLES CAMOSY
Grieving over pets becoming common, more public
Merced Sun-Star 02-12-14
Speculating about animal souls is just part of a wider focus on religious values, animal welfare and environmentalism, said Charles Camosy, a professor of theology at Fordham University, a Catholic school in New York.

SUBRAMANIAM PALAMADAI
IT expert discusses healthcare security challenges, training
Health IT Security 02-11-14
Professor Subramaniam Palamadai is an adjunct professor of Computer Science and Information Systems at Fordham University and a full-time technical lead at major hospitals in New York City, told HealthITSecurity.com how, though there are different obstacles in healthcare, providerswill want to be familiar with some new-age best practices.

SUSANNA MCFADDEN
1,700 year old school discovered in Egypt
Archaeology News Network 02-11-14
In one room, almost every surface "was decorated, either with colourful geometric motifs or lively figural scenes, such that the experience of entering the space for the first time in antiquity must have been overwhelming," wrote Susanna McFadden, a professor at Fordham University, in a book titled "Actes du XII Colloque de l'Association International pour la Peinture Murale Antique." 

SUSANNA MCFADDEN
Drug References Found on Walls of Ancient Egyptian School
Live Science 02-11-14
In one room, almost every surface "was decorated, either with colourful geometric motifs or lively figural scenes, such that the experience of entering the space for the first time in antiquity must have been overwhelming," wrote Susanna McFadden, a professor at Fordham University, in a book titled "Actes du XII Colloque de l'Association International pour la Peinture Murale Antique."

TIFFANY YIP
Studies show ethnic pride linked to success in youth
The Brown Daily Herald 02-10-14
In two meetings, held May 2012 and January 2013, the group discussed what they knew about racial-ethnic identity research in adolescents and identified gaps in the literature, said Tiffany Yip, associate professor of psychology at Fordham University and a member of the group.

CHRISTINA GREER
Amid evolving debate on marijuana, NY governor takes cautious step toward drug's medical use
Daily Journal via AP 01-11-14
With his new plan, "he can, at least, say, 'I'm pushing forward this conversation,'" said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
NYC's de Blasio, former behind-the-scenes operative, carefully crafts everyman political image
Daily Journal via AP 02-09-14
"Part of de Blasio's campaign was that we aren't going to have going forward what we've had the last 12 years," said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University.

SISTER ELIZABETH JOHNSON, CSJ
Elizabeth Johnson to Speak at Le Moyne
McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation at Le Moyne College 01-27-14
On Thursday, Feb. 6, Elizabeth Johnson, Ph.D., C.S.J., Distinguished Professor of Theology at Fordham University, will give a talk entitled “Christ and the Pelican Chick.”

CHRISTIANA PEPPARD
California drought: Clock ticking on 17 communities' water supply
Alaska Dispatch via The Christian Science Monitor 01-31-14
Individuals cannot solve this problem alone, agrees Christiana Peppard, author of the recently published “Just Water” and a professor at Fordham University in New York.

CHRISTIANA PEPPARD
Providence St. Peter halves its water use
Catholic Health Association of the United States 01-28-14
Christiana Z. Peppard, assistant professor of theology, science and ethics at Fordham University, will lead the conversation along with Janet Howard, director of facility engagement at Practice Greenhealth and that organization's Healthier Hospitals Initiative.

CHRISTIANA PEPPARD
By the Books: Christiana Z. Peppard's Just Water. Part 2
Catholic Ecology 02-10-14
On the Feast of St. Scholastica, we continue our interview with Dr. Christiana Z. Peppard, Assistant Professor of Theology, Science, and Ethics at Fordham University, about her new book Just Water. 

ALICE MARWICK
How The Meritocracy Myth Affects Women In Technology
NPR 02-07-14
"This mythology ... denies the role of personal connections, wealth, background, gender, race, or education in an individual's success," writes Alice Marwick, a professor at Fordham University.

CHARLES CAMOSY
Assisted reproductive technologies and consumerism: Considering the social impact of ARTs
Contending Modernities 01-27-14
Charles C. Camosy is Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham University.

PAUL LEVINSON
Grammys 2014: Beyoncé and Jay Z's sexy performance of 'Drunk In Love' draws more cheers than jeers from fans, critics
Daily News 01-27-14
“The last time I checked, Lassie was not there winning a Grammy, and neither were songs from ‘Sesame Street,’” argued Paul Levinson, a Fordham University professor and pop culture guru.

PAUL LEVINSON
Facebook’s 10th birthdaymarks revolution in world communication
Calgary Herald via AP 02-04-14
“One of the things Facebook has been good at is that it’s very easy to use and understand,” said Paul Levinson, professor of communications and media studies at Fordham University.

PAUL LEVINSON
Loose lips give ammunition to MSNBC foes
AP 02-07-14
"MSNBC got the wrong message from its Keith Olbermann experience," Paul Levinson, communications professor at Fordham University, said of the anchor whose intense anti-GOP commentaries set MSNBC on its new path before his relationship with management soured.

PAUL LEVINSON
MSNBC’s problem with vitriolic hosts blamed on Keith Olbermann
Biz Pack Review 02-10-14
According to a communications professor at Fordham University, it very well may be. “MSNBC got the wrong message from its Keith Olbermann experience,” professor Paul Levinson told The Associated Press in a recent article.

PAUL LEVINSON
Michelle Malkin girds for 2014 GOP civil war
Politico 02-08-14
She’s carved a spot in conservative commentary circles, offering fiery rhetoric fueled by a “high intellectual position,” said Paul Levinson, a professor of media and communications studies at Fordham University.

LEONARD CASSUTO
Pete Seeger: Peace Through Song
Mint Press News 01-28-14
Leonard Cassuto, a professor of English at Fordham University, argues that Seeger gave America its moral center.

LEONARD CASSUTO
Barry Schwabsky in Conversation with Anne Sherwood Pundyk
Anne Sherwood Pundyk 01-29-14
Lenny Cassuto, an English Professor invited me to work on a multi-disciplinary art exhibition and writing project with students called “Captivity” at Fordham University.

MARK NAISON
New York State leads nation with domestic migration: Study
amNY 01-28-14
Mark D. Naison, who used to chair Fordham University's urban studies program, said unlike the rest of the state, which is still recovering from the economic downturn, city housing costs scare people away.

MARK NAISON
New Documentary Takes Standardized Testing, Common Core Battle to Big Screen
LongIslandPress.com 02-09-14
Dr. Mark Naison, a professor of history and chair of African and African American studies at Fordham University, concurs.
 
inside fordham February 24, 2014 issue

Joseph Cammarosano, Ph.D., A&S,
Professor Emeritus of Economics, published John Maynard Keynes: Free Trader or Protectionist? (Lexington Books, 2014).

Charles C. Camosy, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, was on the Health Care Ethics interest group panel discussing a newly-released edition of On Moral Medicine, a textbook in theological bioethics. Also, his book, Peter Singer and Christian Ethics: Beyond Polarization (Cambridge University Press, 2012), was featured at one of the “breakfast with an author” sessions at the Society of Christian Ethics in Seattle from Jan. 9 to 12
.

Mary C. Erler, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of English, published Reading and Writing at the Dissolution: Monks, Friars, and Nuns 1530-1558 (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

J. Patrick Hornbeck, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of theology, published “Deconversion: What, Who, Why, How?” in Horizons, The Journal of the College Theology Society
.

Joseph T. Lienhard, S.J., A&S,
professor of theology, published “Sacramentum and the Eucharist in St. Augustine,” in The Thomist 77
.

Kathryn Reklis, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, was an invited speaker on a keynote panel, “Religion & Digital Media: Scholarship, Journalism, and The Spaces In Between,” at the conference, Media and Religion: the Global View, sponsored by the Center for Media and Religion and the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Thierry Rigogne, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of history, presented two papers at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Washington, DC: “The Café as Information Exchange: Coffeehouses at the Heart of the Communication System in Eighteenth-century Paris” on Jan. 2, and “Myth and the Early History of the French Café” on Jan. 3
.

Hrishikesh D. Vinod, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of economics and director of the Institute for Ethics and Economic Policy, gave an invited keynote presentation, “Hindu Economics: What is it and Why Should We Care?,” at the International Conference on Economic and Business Issues in India on Dec. 19 and 20.


Suzanne Yeager, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of English, has published a chapter in A Companion to English Literature (Wiley, 2014), entitled “Racial Imagination and the Theatre of War: Captivity andExecution in Richard, Coer de Lion.”

Grace Shen, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of history, has published Unearthing the Nation: Modern Geology and National Identity in Republican China, 1911-1949 (University of Chicago Press, 2013).

Lance Strate, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of communication and media studies, has published Amazing Ourselves to Death: Neil Postman’s Brave New World Revisited: A Critical Introduction to Media and Communication Theory (Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2014).

 
january 2014 media clips
AMIR IDRIS
Can South Sudan follow the footsteps of South Africa?
Sudan Tribune 12-23-13
Amir Idris is Professor and Chair of African and African American Studies at Fordham University, New York City, USA.

AMIR IDRIS
Briefing: What analysts are saying about South Sudan's crisis
World News Network 01-16-14
But Amir Idris, a professor and chair of the Department of African and African American Studies at Fordham University, strongly disagrees.

RACHEL ANNUNZIATO
Helping a Sick Loved One
Psychology Today 01-20-14
Rachel Annunziato, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Fordham University.

KATHRYN REKLIS
Leading man
The Christian Century 01-06-14
Kathryn Reklis teaches theology at Fordham University and is codirector of the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice.

MICHAEL LEE
A Different Kind Of Catholicism Grows In Latino Communities
NPR 01-23-14
Fordham University theologian Michael Lee says they'd better get used to it.

CHRISTINA GREER
Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream
New Books in Political Sciences 01-13-14
Christina Greer is the author of Black Ethnics: Race,Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream (Oxford University Press, 2013).

COSTAS PANAGOPOULOS
New NYC mayor seeks to advance liberal agenda
APP.com 01-12-14
“He’s trying to send a strong signal that he is goingto be ambitious in his legislative goals,” said Costas Panagopoulos, a political science professor at Fordham University.

JOSEPH KOTERSKI
Abortion and Social Justice: How Pro-Life Advocates are Meeting the Needs of Women Facing Crisis Pregnancies
The Christian Post 01-23-14
Joseph Koterski, associate professor of philosophy at Fordham University, urged the pro-life audience to "go out in evangelization, go out in charity, go out to those really and truly in need, and you will speak values."

CHARLES CAMOSY
Scholars Explore Christian Perspectives on Animal Rights
The New York Times 12-07-13
The other, published this year, is “For Love of Animals: Christian Ethics, Consistent Action,” by Charles Camosy, a Fordham professor and a Catholic who has given up meat — though he still eats fish, “half because Jesus Christ ate fish, and half because I am too weak to give up my grandmother’s tuna spaghetti sauce,” he told me.

LEONARD CASSUTO
Bride and Conqueror
The Wall Street Journal 12-13-13
Mr. Cassuto teaches English at Fordham University and is the general editor of "The Cambridge History of the American Novel."

LEONARD CASSUTO
How Should Graduate School Change?
ΕΝΙΑΙΟ ΜΕΤΩΠΟ ΠΑΙΔΕΙΑΣ 01-13-14
Leonard Cassuto, a professor of English at Fordham University, writes regularly about graduate education in this space.

STEVEN STOLL
Fordham Professor Speaks at Jewish High School of CT
Fairfield Patch 12-30-13
On December 19, Steven Stoll, Associate Professor at Fordham University, was a guest lecturer in the Advanced Placement (AP) Environmental Science Class at the Jewish High School of Connecticut (JHSC).

PATRICK HORNBECK
Fordham's Patrick Hornbeck on Al Jazeera America: Pope Francis
Al Jazeera America 01-02-14
Patrick Hornbeck, chair of Fordham's Theology Department, discusses Pope Francis, on Al Jazeera America.

CHRISTINA GREER
News All Day
NY 1 News 01-01-14
We are joined again by Christina Greer, professor of political science at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
N.Y. governor takes careful step on medical marijuana
Yakima Herald via AP 01-12-14
With his new plan, “he can, at least, say, ‘I’m pushing forward this conversation,”’ said Christina Greer, a political science professor at Fordham University.

CHRISTINA GREER
Why Cuomo opened door, a bit, to medical marijuana in New York
The Christian Science Monitor 01-06-14
“I think this helps with his liberal base, because there are lot of left-leaning Democrats who have been very disappointed with him and his stance on fracking,” the natural gas extraction method that environmental activists are fighting upstate, says Christina Greer, a professor of urban politics at Fordham University in New York.

MARK NAISON
Weekend Agenda: Theater Premiere, Live Music, Open Auditions
West Hampton-Hampton Bays Patch 01-09-14
Dr. Mark Naison, a professor of African American Studies & History at Fordham University, will speak.

MARK NAISON
New Britain, CT, United States
TED 10-23-13
Mark Naison is Professor of History and African American Studies at Fordham University.

ALICE MARWICK
What advertisers and marketers know about us and how they use our personal information
Radio Times 01-08-14
Our guests are Fordham University professor ALICE MARWICK and New York Times reporter NATASHA SINGER.

ALICE MARWICK
Robert J. Samuelson commentary: Forget the NSA, we’ve already surrendered privacy
The Columbus Dispatch 01-06-14
To these conscious sacrifices of privacy must be added murkier, collateral losses that are orchestrated by the world’s Googles, Facebooks, service providers and “data brokers,” writes Alice Marwick of Fordham University in The New York Review of Books.

ARISTOTLE PAPANIKOLAOU and GEORGE DEMACOPOULOS
Met. Elpidophoros of Bursa issues strong retort to Moscow
Byzantine, TX 01-07-14
[10] This argument has been clearly articulated in the article by John Manoussakis, entitled “Primacy and Ecclesiology: The State of the Question,” in the collective work entitled Orthodox Constructions of the West, edited by Aristotle Papanikolaou and George Demacopoulos, New York: Fordham University Press, 2013, p. 233.

ARISTOTLE PAPANIKOLAOU
Sheptytsky Institute at the American Academy of Religion
Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Easter Christian Studies
Fr Peter and AAR Eastern Orthodox Study Group Steering Committee members (L to R): Brandon Gallaher (Oxford University), Paul Gavryliuk (St. Thomas University), Aristotle Papanikolaou (Fordham University).

COSTAS PANAGOPOULOS
Reading the tea leaves: a Q&A with Costas Panagopoulos
OUP blog 12-19-13
I recently asked Costas Panagopoulos, a professor at Fordham University and an expert on political campaigns, a few questions about the important elections recently conducted in the United States and what we might learn from those recent campaigns.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
The right is wrong about Pope Francis
MSNBC 12-21-13
Professor Michael Peppard discussed Pope Francis's recent comments on capitalism.

MICHAEL PEPPARD
‘Healing message’ from Pope Francis provokes conservative outrage
MSNBC 12-24-13
Fordham University Professor of Theology Michael Peppard told Sunday’s Melissa Harris-Perry panel that the gifts exemplify the Pope’s focus on a “culture of encounter” by giving a gift that “enabled people to encounter their loved ones and have some sense of family stability.”
[This link from the Fordham YouTube account shows Dr. Peppard’s segments from the interview.]

CHRISTIANA PEPPARD
Catholic voices raise moral concerns in country's fracking debates
National Catholic Reporter 01-02-14
It is the concern for water that fuels the work of Christiana Z. Peppard, assistant professor of theology, science and ethics at the Jesuit-run Fordham University.

HAROLD TAKOOSHIAN
Psychologists big city
rusrep.ru 12-16-13
Research led by Professor New York University Fordham Harold Takushyan - very lively man with a ruddy face and a funny mustache. Translated from Russian.
 
inside fordham january 13, 2014 issue

Tom Beaudoin, Ph.D., GRE, associate professor of practical theology, J. Patrick Hornbeck, Ph.D., A&S, associate professor of theology, Mary Callaway, Ph.D., A&S, associate professor of theology, Robert Davis, Ph.D., A&S, assistant professor of theology, Benjamin H. Dunning, Ph.D., A&S, associate professor of theology, Bradford E. Hinze, Ph.D., A&S, Karl Rahner Chair in Theology, James T. Fisher, Ph.D., A&S, professor of theology, Karina Hogan, Ph.D., A&S, associate professor of theology, Michael Peppard, Ph.D., A&S, assistant professor of theology, Kathryn Reklis, Ph.D., A&S, assistant professor of theology, John Seitz, Ph.D., A&S, assistant professor of theology, Maureen A. Tilley, Ph.D., A&S, professor of theology, and Larry L. Welborn, Ph.D., A&S, professor of New Testament and Early Christian Literature, gave presentations, sat on panels, and presided over sections at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature in Baltimore from Nov. 23 to 26.

James T. Fisher, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of theology, received the Distinguished Achievement Award for Scholarship from the American Catholic Historical Association.

David S. Glenwick, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, published “The Relationship of Religious and General Coping to Psychological Adjustment and Distress in Urban Adolescents” in the Journal of Religion & Heath.

Karina Hogan, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of theology, contributed the introduction and commentary on 4 Ezra to Outside the Bible: Ancient Jewish Writings Related to Scripture (Jewish Publication Society and University of Nebraska Press, 2013).

J. Patrick Hornbeck, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professorof theology, published “Love and Marriage in the Norwich Heresy Trials, 1428-1431,” in Viator.

Lawrence Kramer, Ph.D., A&S,
Distinguished Professor of English, premiered two string quartets, “Whirligig and After” and “Dark-Matter—Late Light,” at the PUBLIQuartet on Nov. 14. Also, his quartet movement, “Clouds. Wind. Stars.,” won the 2013 Composers Concordance “Generations” award in its category.

Joseph T. Lienhard, S.J., A&S,
professor of theology, published “From Gwatkin Onwards: A Guide Through a Century and a Quarter of Studies on Arianism” in Augustinian Studies.

Gioconda Marún, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of Spanish, published Latinoamérica y la Literatura Mundial (Editorial Dunken, 2013). She presented “La Memoria Histórica en El Caso Neruda Frente al Resto de la Narrativa Detectivesca de Roberto Ampuero” at CEISAL International Congress in Porto, Lisbon from June 12 to 15.

Brenna Moore, Th.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, published “Beyond the Protestant-Catholic Divide” in The Immanent Frame.

Robert J. Penella, Ph.D., A&S,
chairman and professor of Classics, delivered a lecture, “Ancient Declamation: What Was It, and How Might We Approach It?,” at the University of Iowa. He also presented “Silent Orators: On Withholding Eloquence in the Late Roman Empire” there

Kathryn Reklis, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, published a reflection in Faith and Leadership.

Harold Takooshian, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, delivered an address, “The Social Psychology of City Life,” at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow on Oct. 7.

Jay C. Wade, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of psychology, was elected a Fellow of the Division of Men and Masculinity of the American Psychological Association.

Larry L. Welborn, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of New Testament and Early Christian Literature, published “The Corinthian Correspondence” in All Things to All Cultures (Eerdmans, 2013) and “The Culture of Crucifixion and the Resurrection of the Dispossessed: The Interpellation of the Subject in the Roman Empire and Paul’s Gospel as ‘TruthEvent’” in Paul and the Philosophers (Fordham University Press, 2013).

Frederick J. Wertz, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, was elected a Fellow of the Division of General Psychology of the American Psychological Association.



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