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NY Times publishes essay by ISG faculty Danielle Carr titled, “Mental Health is Political”

NY Times publishes essay by ISG faculty Danielle Carr titled, “Mental Health is Political”

The NY Times published a guest Opinion Essay by ISG faculty Danielle Carr‘s article “Mental Health is Political”. “What if the cure for our current mental health crisis is not more mental health care? The mental health toll of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the subject of extensive commentary in the United States, much of it focused on the sharp…

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LA Times article features the Labyrinth Project, led by ISG faculty Jessica Lynch and Chris Kelty

LA Times article features the Labyrinth Project, led by ISG faculty Jessica Lynch and Chris Kelty

“Inside the war against Southern California’s urban coyotes. ‘Horrific’ or misunderstood?” by BY LOUIS SAHAGÚN for the LA TIMES September 20, 2022 “…An ongoing study conducted by [Chase] Niesner, Christopher Kelty and Spencer Robins suggests that the same survival skills that enabled coyotes to outlast federal extermination campaigns during the 19th century has allowed them to flourish in some of…

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Nick Shapiro’s Research Featured in News on the Impact of the Climate Crisis on Structurally Vulnerable Incarcerated Populations

Nick Shapiro’s Research Featured in News on the Impact of the Climate Crisis on Structurally Vulnerable Incarcerated Populations

The Intercept recently published two articles featuring Nicholas Shapiro’s ongoing research on carceral ecologies. In addtion, the same publication produced an interactive map using data Shapiro and his lab collected titled Climate and Punishment. MIGRANTS FLEEING HURRICANES AND DROUGHT FACE NEW CLIMATE DISASTERS IN ICE DETENTION Angel Argueta Anariba fled a 1998 hurricane in Honduras, only to get lashed by…

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ISG Professor Nicholas Shapiro’s collaborative research cited in the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate

ISG Professor Nicholas Shapiro’s collaborative research cited in the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate

Image Credit: Patrick Semansky/AP In November of 2016 ISG Professor Nicholas Shapiro emailed a dozen colleagues initiating a collective conversation on how they might be able to leverage their research skills in anticipation of the new administration’s likely dismantlement of federal environmental and climate protections. This email led to the creation of the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative (EDGI), which…

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ISG Professor Nicholas Shapiro inspires conversation of ‘Chemo-ethnography’ in his interview with “Chemistry World”

ISG Professor Nicholas Shapiro inspires conversation of ‘Chemo-ethnography’ in his interview with “Chemistry World”

In his interview with Chemistry World, a publication of the Royal Society of Chemistry, ISG Professor Nicholas Shapiro discusses his research and analysis in an emerging subfield ‘Chemo-ethnography,’ which probes how chemistry impacts human culture. Additionally, Shapiro utilizes his research to support that an issue involves examining both the chemical and cultural context.   ‘Chemo-ethnography is simply anthropology recognising that…

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ISG Professor Chris Kelty receives an Association of University Presses Typographic Design Award for his book “The Participant: A Century of Participation in Four Stories”

ISG Professor Chris Kelty receives an Association of University Presses Typographic Design Award for his book “The Participant: A Century of Participation in Four Stories”

  ISG Professor Chris Kelty’s book The Participant: A Century of Participation in Four Stories has been awarded an Association of University Presses Typographic Design Award: Please see the 2020 Scholarly Typographic Selections here.

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