Mark Nieman, an assistant professor of political science, is an author of a brand-new book from University of Michigan Press: "Rising Powers and Foreign Policy Revisionism". The book addresses possibilities for international conflict associated with the rise of the "BRICS" countries: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. Further information is available online.
Contemporary Chinese Short-Short Stories: A Parallel Text, by Aili Mu, associate professor of Chinese in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, was published by Columbia University Press. The book presents Chinese short-short stories in English and Chinese, integrating language learning with cultural studies for intermediate to advanced learners of Mandarin Chinese and students of … Continue reading Aili Mu’s Contemporary Chinese Short-Short Stories: A Parallel Text published
Kelly Winfrey, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication and faculty with the Leadership Studies Program for the Catt Center, recently published an article in American Behavioral Scientist, entitled “Caucusing: Media Use and Voter Opinions in the 2016 Iowa Caucus.” Read the abstract.
Daniela Dimitrova, professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, and Dianne Bystrom, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, recently published an article in the Journal of Political Marketing, entitled “Role of Social Media in the 2016 Caucuses.” Read the article.
Jan Lauren Boyles, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, recently published an article in Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism. The article, “Laboraties for news? Experimenting with journalism hackathons,” profiles how communities are using hack events to innovate around open data streams. Read the abstract.