In a paper published in the latest edition of Studies in Comics, Assistant Professor Paul Humphrey traces the ways that American comics have depicted characters from Afro-Caribbean identities and religions.
An excerpt from Muslim Pilgrimage in the Modern World, “On Mediation and Magnetism: Or, Why Destroy Saint Shrines” — a chapter contributed by Emilio Spadola Associate Professor of Anthropology and Middle Eastern and Islamic Civilization Studies
By combining academic ethnography with techniques from his earlier career as an investigative journalist, Ballvé believes we can see through such deceptions—as well as false perceptions--to help restore faith in governance in post-conflict places like rural Colombia.
In a recent paper, written with Jonathan Brown of Sam Houston State University and Alex Farrington of the University of Oregon, Professor Danielle Lupton explores why countries may want to intentionally fool their friends.
Before I began work on Family of Origin, I had started to write a kind of dystopian, post-apocalyptic novel out of a state of despair. Then, I decided to interrogate my own thoughts about pessimism instead.
In honor of its impact, the paper “Power Awareness in Network Design and Routing” — co-authored by Professor of Computer Science Joel Sommers — was just awarded a 2019 IEEE INFOCOM Test of Time Paper Award.