Faculty news roundup – June 8, 2020
June 8, 2020
Jonathan Nichols-Pethick, the John D. Hughes professor of communication and theatre, wrote an essay, “The Counternarratives of Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us,” for Media Commons June 2.
Raymond Niles, assistant professor of economics and management, wrote an opinion piece, “Free Speech Is Not Just Partisan Speech with Which You Agree,” for Political Bomb Show May 30.
Emmitt Y. Riley, assistant professor of Africana studies, participated in “As Racial Conflicts Rise, US States Have Passed Laws Banning Protests: Is That American?,” an episode of the radio program “The Critical Hour,” May 28.
Jeff McCall, communication and theatre professor, was quoted by Fox News in “MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s ratings slide continues despite unprecedented news cycle” June 3.
Joseph Harris, coordinator of the Justin and Darrianne Christian Center of Diversity and Inclusion, participated in the June 2 Recovering Hypocrite podcast called “Talking Like Brothers About Race.”Back