Highlights of March’s coverage have been compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Senior Director of Media Relations Vige Barrie if you cannot open the link and do not have a subscription.
- “Can Putin keep the oligarchs and Russian elites on his side?” – Washington Post, March 1
Professor of Government Sharon Rivera wrote this essay based on the Survey of Russian Elites that she conducts every four years.
- “Could Vladimir Putin Be Overthrown by His Own People?” – Newsweek, March 5
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government David Rivera addressed this question. He also provided commentary on the Ukraine crisis in the March 17 and March 25 issues of Newsweek.
- “Yashua Klos: Our Labour” – Mohawk Valley Living, March 13
Exhibiting Wellin Museum artist Yashua Klos discussed his work.
- “Grappling with the ‘Lost Cause’ in America” – Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), March 13
Chamberlain Fellow and Professor of History Ty Seidule and his book, Robert E. Lee & Me, were featured in a three-page spread.
- “School officials say Stefanik spread misinformation and fueled confrontations over masks” – North Country Public Radio, March 14
Associate Professor of Government Gbemende Johnson commented.
- “Could a Crackdown on Kleptocrats Help Ukraine?” – New York Times, March 23
Associate Professor of Government Erica De Bruin commented.
- “If you can, study what you love instead of picking the most marketable field” – Hechinger Report, March 29
Professor of Sociology Emeritus Daniel Chambliss wrote this op-ed.
- “Ukraine in the classroom” – Chronicle of Higher Ed, March 30
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government David Rivera spoke about how he is addressing the Ukraine crisis in the classroom.
- “Yashua Klos: Our Labour on view at the Wellin Museum” – WAMC (Albany public radio), March 30
Exhibiting artist Yashua Klos and Wellin Museum Director Tracy Adler spoke about the current exhibition.