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Professor William C. Banks Publishes on "Hybrid Threats, Terrorism, and Resilience Planning"

Tuesday 9/17/2019

We live in an inter-connected, inter-dependent world, not only in digital spaces, but increasingly between the physical and digital worlds ...


William C. Banks

Commentary: Second Thoughts About Taliban Peace Talks

Tuesday 9/10/2019

Two U.S. soldiers were killed in Kabul, Afghanistan, from small-arms fire during combat late last month. We likely won’t know specific details about the service members’ identities or circumstances for some time ...


Corri Zoli

College of Law Faculty Discuss Current Scholarly Projects in the Annual Lightning Round Colloquium

Monday 9/9/2019

Each year, the College of Law faculty gather for a special Faculty Colloquium that focuses on their current research and scholarly projects.


Faculty Colloquium

Commentary: You Have a First Amendment Right to Follow Trump on Twitter

Monday 9/9/2019

President Donald Trump and firebrand Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may be polar opposites on the political spectrum, but they have one thing in common: They both blocked critics from their Twitter accounts ...


Roy Gutterman

Professor Kevin Maillard Discusses Marriage Licenses and Racial Labels with The Washington Post

Friday 9/6/2019

“I think with the deep history of racial strife we have in the United States, these categories are going to remain incredibly important,” Maillard said ...


Kevin Noble Maillard

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