- Cynthia Bannon's essay, "Ancient Roman Water Rights and Commons Theory," has been published in The Politics of Fresh Water: The Politics of Access and Identity, edited by Catherine Ashcraft and Tamar Meyer (Routledge, 2016).
- Marissa Moorman published "Propaganda in Portugal's colonies: lessons for the West today" in The Conversation-Africa on February 15, 2017:https://theconversation.com/propaganda-in-portugals-colonies-lessons-for-the-west-today-71106
- Roberta Pergher is the recipient of a College Arts and Humanities Fellowship for 2017-18, for her project "The Battle for the High Ground: Nationalism, Nature, and Technology on the Alpine Front in the First World War."
- Rebecca Spang was this week's featured guest on Bloomberg's "Odd Lots" podcast.
- Ellen Wu was interviewed for Public Radio International OTHERHOOD podcast episode "How Indian Americans Make Trump Look Good." The OTHERHOOD series focuses on "the people who came to the United States as children or are the children of immigrants."
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