PhD Candidate Margarita Martínez-Osorio published "Under Petro, Hope for Rural Reform in Colombia" in the August 9, 2022 issue of NACLA Reporting on the Americas. The article was co-authored with Gabe Levine-Drizin. https://nacla.org/under-petro-hope-rural-reform-colombia.
Colin Elliott published a chapter entitled ‘Money, Capital and Inequality in the Age of Augustus’ in Capital in Classical Antiquity. The chapter examines how a large monetary injection at the beginning of the Roman Empire increased economic inequality. Both the chapter and the book itself (edited by Max Koedijk and Neville Morley) apply the work of French economist Thomas Piketty (author of Capital in the Twenty-First Century) to ancient economies. Piketty, in fact, wrote the afterward to the book.
David Zaret has published “Fabricating Opinion: The Duke of Northumberland’s Subscription Campaign for Petitions to Parliament Against the 1831 Reform Bill” in Parliaments, Estates and Representation (42:2). It is an open access article and available at https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02606755.2022.2084292. It uses archival sources from IU’s Lilly Rare Book Library and from Alnwick Castle, UK’s second largest occupied castle and venue for several Harry Potter movies.