April 18, 2012, Josef Korbel School Professor, Kishore Kulkarni is the 2011-12 recipient of Metro
State College's School of Business Dean's Distinguished Professor award.
April 13, 2012, 3:AMmagazine.com, Five poems written by Josef Korbel School Professor, Alan Gilbert, featured on 3:AM Magazine.
April 11, 2012, Youtube.com, Josef Korbel School Professor, Randall Kuhn uses health and deomographic data from "Arab Spring" countries to paint a picture of improved health care as a precursor to revolution in this TEDxDU discussion: How to start a Revolution.
April 4, 2012, leiterrperts.typepad.com, Josef Korbel School Professor, Alan Gilbert, interviewed by Richard Marshall and published
on the Leiter Reports.
February 25, 2012, Eurasiareview.com, Josef Korbel School Professor, Nader Hashemi, speaks with Eurasia Review about Iran's elections.
February 23, 2012, CNN.com, Professor Nader Hashemi shares his opinion in, “World shouldn't stay silent in face of Syrian regime's brutality” on CNN.com
January 10, 2012, Al-Jazeera English, Professor Nader Hashemi shares his thoughts with Inside Story Americas regarding Ahmadinejad's five-day tour of Latin America.
December 28, 2011, Al-Jazeera English, Professor Nader Hashemi shares his thoughts on Iran and the Straits of Hormuz with Al-Jazeera.
December 12, 2011, The National Interest, Professor Nader Hashemi shares his thoughts with The National Interest: Overhauling U.S. Policy on Iran.
November 16, 2011, YouTube, Professor Haider Khan shares his thoughts with Colorado School of Mines' students in his presentation; Resource Curse and Global Justice: The Tragedy in the Middle East
November 12, 2011, Al Jazeera Sunday NewsHour, Professor Susheng (Sam) Zhao comments on China and President Obama’s push for the
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) at the APEC Summit
November 1, 2011, Nawaat.org, Josef Korbel School Professor, Rob Prince, shares his thoughts on the
Tunisian Elections in; Tunisian Elections...It's The Real Thing This Time.
October 30, 2011, triplecrisis.com, Josef Korbel School Professor, Ilene Grabel interviewed by The Real
News Network regarding the G20 and capital controls.
October 27, 2011, npr.org, Josef Korbel School Professor, Nader Hashemi is quoted in NPR article; Iran's Largest Banks Swindled Out of $2.6 Billion.
October 26, 2011, DUToday, Three Questions: Nader Hashemi on Libya
October 25, 2011, Global Brief, Professor Nader Hashemi featued in Global Brief article: Arab Spring — chief consequence?
October 19, 2011, Eurasiareview.com, US-Iran Standoff 'Bad News' for Democracy, says Josef Korbel School Professor, Nader Hashemi.
September 19, 2011, Poynter.org, Professor DeMartino discusses the lack of an ethics code amongst Economists.
September 13, 2011, HistoryNewsService.org, Professor Lynn Holland, “U.S. citizenship is based on principles, not heritage.”
September 8, 2011, Professor Claude d’Estree shares his Sept 11 story as the Chaplain in Shanksville, PA where the last of four hijacked airlines crashed. View the full story.
August 31, 2011, eastasiaforum.org, Professor Sam Zhao: "The China model and the authoritarian state."
August 5, 2011, SFGate.com, Professor George DeMartino comments in "The Ethics and Economics of the 'Great Recession.'"
August 3, 2011, thinkbig.com, Professor George DeMartino is quoted on bigthink.com.
August 2, 2011, Financial Times, Professor Nader Hashemi and 36 other Iranian experts express concerns
regarding the potential delisting of the MEK on Financial Times. Read the full story on ft.com.
July 17, 2011, independent.com, The opinions of Professor Hashemi are weighted amongst speculation
of mounting tensions with Iranian leadership. Read the full story, "Iran, the Green Movement and the nuclear issue."
July 16, 2011, Professor Sam Zhao joined a number of his colleagues in meeting with His Holiness
the Dalai Lama and his newly elected cabinet. Read the full story.
July 16, 2011, Professor Hashemi describes Islamist parties as religious nationalist parties with
a strong desire to move away from reliance upon Western powers. Watch "What are the effects of Islamist parties in new democracies?"
July 16, 2011, "What is the role of secularism in the Muslim world?" Professor Hashemi discusses
the depiction of secularism as a negative movement in the Muslim world due to negative
experiences with secular political leaders who have led failed secular states. Watch the video.
July 16, 2011, Professor Hashemi discusses the theme that while there are a number of misconceptions
about women in the Islamic world, the status of women in heavily intertwined with
the struggle for democratization. Watch "What is the status of women in Islam in the modern world?"
July 16, 2011, The notion of the Arab Spring is problematic because it references the Arab world
as a monolith, thus confusing the very distinct political movements taking place in
unique countries from Morocco to Yemen. Watch Professor Hashemi discuss this issue
in "Is the 'Arab Spring' a misnomer?"
July 16, 2011, Professor Hashemi looks to the modern idea of church/state separation as a movement
born our of historical political struggle in order to negate the suggestion that Muslim
politics are "fossilized." Watch "What is the separation of church and state like in Muslim countries?"
July 11, 2011, Health & Medicine Week, Professor Randall Kuhn explains his findings from his recent
studies of health outcomes among populations experiencing migration and those "left-behind."
Read the full analysis, "Studies from R. Kuhn and Colleagues Provide New Data on Demographic
June 8, 2011: YouTube.com, The Pardee Center's International Futures Project is featured on a Google Public Data Explorer video.
June 2011: A report focusing on the vulnerability to intrastate conflict, written by Professors Barry Hughes and Timothy Sisk along with doctoral candidate, Jonathan Moyer is featured on the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) website.
May 16, 2011: thedailynewsegypt.com, Professor Nader Hashemi provides his view in his article, "The Ideological Challenge for Iranian Diplomats," on thedailynewsegypt.com.
May 3, 2011: Professor Karen Feste addressed the question, What policy is best for the United States to reduce the threat of extremist Islamic terrorism? in her new book, "America Responds to Terrorism: Conflict Resolution Strategies of Clinton, Bush, and Obama."
May 2, 2011: DU Today, Professor Nader Hashemi quickly becomes the leading expert on the Middle East. Read about his discussion with DU Today.
May 2, 2011: Professor Nader Hashemi discusses the Muslim community reaction to Osama bin Laden's death on 9news.com, "It's an important day in the War on Terror," he said.
April 20, 2011: Professor Nader Hashemi is one of five experts featured on CNN.com's article, "5 voices: What's next for the 'Arab Spring'?"
April 19, 2011: Professor George De Martino featured in InsideHigherEd.com article, "The 'Inside Job' Effect." Economists impose far too much risk on the communities they're trying to serve.
April 15, 2011: Peter Van Arsdale, Ph.D., a Senior Lecturer at the University of Denver's Josef Korbel School of International Studies, has been named Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed journal The Applied Anthropologist. Entering its 30th year of publication, the journal features a wide-range of articles, book reviews, and research reports on topics as diverse as ethnoecology, sustainable development, and human rights. Van Arsdale previously has served on the editorial board of the journal American Anthropologist, and is the author or editor of six books. He is a past president of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology (NAPA).
April 1, 2011: Professor Nader Hashemi quoted in CNN article, "How one voice can tell the story of an entire movement."
March 17, 2011: Washington Post, Professor Jonathan Adelman quoted in Washington Post article, "Bahrain upheaval tests Obama backing for democracy"
December 20, 2010: An Interview with Professor Rob Prince, "Deconstructing Tunileaks: An Interview with Professor Rob Prince," University of Denver; Part II of nawaat.org interview with Professor Rob Prince.