Program Highlights

Alex Blanchette, professor of Anthropology, is a 2021 Forsyth Prize winner for his book, "Porkopolis: American Animality, Standardized Life, and the Factory Farm"

Bruce Hitchner, professor of Classical Studies, is the newly announced editor of the Wiley Blackwell Companion to North Africa in Antiquity.

Erin Kelly, professor of Philosophy, published a new book: "Chasing Me To My Grave: An Artist's Memoir of the Jim Crow South"

Michael Beckley, professor of Political Science, and Hal Brands, a professor of global affairs at Johns Hopkins, recently argued that "China Is a Declining Power—and That's the Problem," in Foreign Affairs.

Brian Hatcher, professor of Religion, completed an interview on his book Hinduism Before Reform.

Kelly Greenhill, professor of Political Science, was named director of the prestigious Seminar XXI Program, a post-graduate program in national security at MIT's Center for International Studies.

Peter Probst, Professor of History of Art and Architecture, co-edited and published National Museums in Africa: Identity, History and Politics.

Alisha Rankin, Associate Professor of History, published The Poison Trials: Wonder Drugs, Experiment, and the Battle for Authority in Renaissance Science.

Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Professor of Latin American Literature, Colin Orians, Professor of Biology, and Rana Abdul-Aziz, Senior Lecturer of Arabic, were featured in Tufts Now, discussing ways to bring global experiences into their virtual classrooms.