To work toward equity, we must admit we aren’t colorblind and take steps to expand our personal networks, Tufts experts say
Stephanie Badde is the new Stibel Family Assistant Professor of Brain and Cognitive Science in the Department of Psychology, Kasso Akochaye Okoudjou is a new professor in the Department of Mathematics, and Steve Cicala is a new assistant professor in the Department of Economics.
With help from software, Christina Maranci, Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Professor of Armenian Art and Architecture, uncovers long-unseen fresco paintings in thousand-year-old Armenian churches.
Lessons from a Pandemic: The way the coronavirus is illustrated can influence how we feel about it, says Chantal Zakari, professor of the practice at SMFA at Tufts
In our series with writers on reading, the professor and author of “Miyazakiworld: A Life in Art” talks about books that inspired her
The Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora welcomes two accomplished faculty members and looks ahead to a promising future.
Tufts faculty, including Hosea Hirata, professor of Japanese literature, and Susan Napier, Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric in the Department of International Literary and Cultural Studies, discuss the effects of the atomic bomb, which are still felt in Japan and the world, 75 years later.
Faculty members are focused on incorporating racial justice efforts and virtual education tools into their fall classes
Latinos, those with only high school education, and under-30s hit harder by layoffs than other groups, according to new Tufts University national survey
The laws governing housing, along with redlining, were part of the systemic efforts to maintain structural racism, Julian Agyeman, Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning in a piece originally published in the Conversation