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General Media

 

Beth Bailey, “Up for Discussion: What were times in American history when citizens did their part, and what did that mean?” Zócalo Public Square (online), May 2017.

 

Gregory Cushman, “Phosphorus and the Opening of the Anthropocene,” and “The Phosphorus Apparatus.” In Phosphorus, dossier 4 of Technosphere Magazine (2016).

 

David Farber, Consultant and narrator, “Chicago 68,” augmented reality project, Chicago Historical Museum, August 2018 (online and at museum)

 

David Farber, On-camera featured commentator, “Decades Presents: 1968 The Democratic National Convention,” “Through the Decades with Bill Kurtis,” Decades TV, first aired August 2018

 

David Farber, Postal Service Consultant, 1969 stamp issuance—Woodstock and Apollo Moon Lading, 2018 (stamps to be issued in 2019)

 

David Farber, “Alfred P. Sloan: Decision Maker,” Peter Drucker Institute, http://www.drucker.institute/monday-issue/the-fine-art-of-making-the-rig..., January 2017

 

David Farber, Film option, The First Strange Place, Stephen Kronish, Three Putt Productions, 2011-2016

 

David Farber, “What Anti-Trump activists Can Learn from Chicago ’68,” Theconversation.com, Salon.com, goveexec.com, July 2016.

 

Christopher E. Forth, “Donald Trump and the Shaming of the Fat American.” Food, Fatness and Fitness: Critical Perspectives. 

 

Elizabeth MacGonagle, “In the Wake of a Midwestern Terrorism Plot.” Co-authored with Marwa Ghazali.  The Huffington Post. 11 November 2016.

 

Eric C. Rath, "How Did America Fall for Sushi – and Is It Really Sushi? " Top of the Mind with Julie Rose, September 17, 2018.

 

Anton Rosenthal, “Representing the Street: Buenos Aires 1900 Through the Eyes of Travelers,” The Metropole, June 6, 2018

 

Anton Rosenthal, “From Baggage to Collage: A Surrealist Orientation,” Reflections from the Classroom, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas, 2015-2016, 17-18.

 

Erik Scott, “Georgians and the Birth of the Soviet Union.” CSPAN, November 3, 2017.

 

Erik Scott, “How the Russian Revolution Turned Refugees into Political Pawns.” Washington Post, July 6, 2017.

 

Erik Scott, “Georgian Diaspora and the Soviet Empire.” Sean’s Russia Blog Podcast, April 2017.

 

Erik Scott, “Georgians and the Soviet Empire: Interview with Historian Erik Scott” (in Georgian). Radio Tavisupleba August 2018.

 

Erik Scott, “Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of Soviet Empire.” New Books Network Podcast April 2018.


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