Prof. Paula Franzese was cited for her work on tenant's rights on Nonprofit Quarterly.
Prof. Severine Autesserre weighs in on protests in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Vice.
Prof. Paula Franzese advises lawyers and law students to use their position to help foster hope on the Seton Hall Law blog.
Prof. Kimberly Marten discusses U.S.-Russia relations on NPR, WNYC, CBS News, and Huffington Post.
Prof. Severine Autesserre shares some of the challenges academic research in conflict zones with Al-Fanar Media.
Prof. Kimberly Marten shares some books that shaped her understanding about Russia.
Prof. Eduardo Moncada's book was covered by InSight Crime.
Prof. Kimberly Marten writes about Russia's withdrawal from Syria.
Prof. Eduardo Moncada writes about the business of violence in Latin America.
Prof. Kimberly Marten discusses on ForeignAffairs.com why arming Ukraine is a bad idea.
Prof. Ayten Gundogdu's newly published book now available and featured on Flavorwire's list of "10 Must-Read Academic Books for 2015"
Prof. Severine Autesserre discusses international peacekeeping on Al Jazeera and The Guardian
Prof. Daniel Kato weighs in with an article on the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases
Prof. Severine Autesserre featured in Barnard's new "Pathways to Passion" series
Prof. Kimberly Marten provides expert commentary on political tensions in the Ukraine.
Prof. Severine Autesserre writes about her new book Peaceland in The Washington Post.
Prof. Severine Autesserre’s expertise on Congo recognized by African Politics Conference Group and international media
Paula Franzese named one of the top 26 law teachers in the United States in the newly published What the Best Law Teachers Do.
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