In the News, October 23, 2018
Roberta Seelinger Trites discussed her book on power and repression in adolescent literature for USA Today.
Ali Riaz was quoted in a news report in the Asia Times on the emerging opposition in Bangladeshi politics, “Curious political tie-up emerges before Bangladeshi election.”
Lisa Hood of the Center for the Study of Education Policy looked at kindergarten stats for the state for a story in the Chicago Daily Herald.
Harriett Steinbach talked about the Collaboration: Partnerships that Deliver Results conference.
Juliana Nelson talked to The Pantagraph about Homecoming alumni king and queen Jon and Margaret Swalec.
Fred Smith was interviewed by the Croatian weekly news magazine Nacional (The Nation) on the contributions on Croatian scientists and fossil sites to the study of human evolution. The article was entitled “Krapinski pračovjek je iznimno važan za svjetsku anthropologiju” (The early humans from Krapina are of extreme importance to world anthropology).