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Faculty in the News

  • Religious Studies

    Roberto Mata

    April 1, 2021

    Roberto Mata spoke at Harvard's ReVista Launch with the theme of religion and spirituality.

  • Public Health

    Westley Clark

    March 17, 2021

    Advocates put forth H. Westley Clark as a candidate for the top drug policy official because of his specialized experience fighting substance-use disorders. Also Washington Post 2Politico, and News India Times.

  • Tom Plante


    Tom Plante

    March 11, 2021

    Tom Plante encourages others to help one another to relieve stress during these unprecedented times.

  • Anthropology

    Robin Nelson

    March 4, 2021

    Robin Nelson explores how both theory production and a legacy of race mythmaking in biological anthropology have constrained interpretations of who constitutes kin across our species.

  • Communication

    Rohit Chopra

    March 2, 2021

    Rohit Chopra wrote an article about how Indian-Americans can be anti-Trump but also pro-Modi,

  • Anthropology

    Ryan Anderson

    March/April, 2021

    Ryan Anderson weighs in on the rise of tourism on Palomar Mountain and the birth of western tourism.

  • History

    Nancy Unger

    February 22, 2021

    Nancy Unger weighs in on women who are killed for their environmental activism and women's prominence in the movement.

  • English

    Tim Myers

    February 3, 2021

    Tim Myers wrote an opinion piece on how inauguration day gave him and his family hope for democracy.

  • Sociology

    Di Di

    February 2021

    Di Di looked at how national religious context shaped the interaction between religiosity and gender attitudes.

  • Aldo Billingslea

    Theatre & Dance

    Aldo Billingslea

    January 27, 2021

    Mountain View-based Pear Theatre’s production of “Fairfield” – Eric Coble’s contemporary comedy that examines the personal bias inherent in discerning appropriate from inappropriate – opened online last week and is slated to run through Feb. 21. Aldo Billingslea and Sinjin Jones, Pear’s artistic director, serve as co-directors of the play, presented as a prerecorded video.