A&S in the Media

Voters often imagine fraud, but political leaders don’t
(Stars and Stripes, 11/13/20) Co-authored by Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science).

Shop Local: 5 self-care gift ideas from Louisville shops to soothe your 2020 anxiety
(Courier Journal, 11/13/20) Prof. John Gilderbloom's (Urban & Public Affairs) Chromatic Homes coloring book recommended.

Trump's Not the First Politician Who Refused to Concede
(Governing, 11/13/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) quoted.

‘Glossary’: drama, layers
(LEO Weekly, 11/18/20) Piece on Prof. Ian Stansel (English)'s new short story collection, Glossary for the End of Days.

UofL’s new African American Theatre Program director connects humanity through performing arts
(KYForward, 11/19/20) Profile of Prof. Sidney Edwards (Theatre Arts), new director of the UofL African American Theatre Program.

3 Ways to Add Value to Online Instruction and Redefine Student Success
(EdTech, 11/19/20) Prof. Karen Freberg (Communication) quoted.

Searching for the real Appalachia in Netflix’s ‘Hillbilly Elegy’
(Washington Post, 11/20/20) Co-authored by Prof. Carson Byrd (Sociology).

Joe Biden’s harshest critics are likely to be some of his fellow Catholics
(Washington Post, 11/30/20) Authored by Prof. Theresa Keeley (History).

Annual Open Studio Weekend Postponed Due To COVID-19
(WFPL, 11/2/20) Hite Art Institute mentioned.

Fellsmere Lieutenant Scott Newsom recognized as Officer of the Year
(Sebastian Daily, 11/3/20) Southern Police Institute mentioned.

President Donald Trump handily wins Kentucky once again
(Courier Journal, 11/3/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) discusses a shift in dynamics from 2016.

Female big-game hunters may have been surprisingly common in the ancient Americas
(Science News, 11/4/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

Election anxiety is turning us into TV zombies. How can we save ourselves?
(Courier Journal, 11/4/20) Undergraduate student Zachary Frye (Political Science) talks about election anxiety.

Discovery of 9,000-Year-Old Female Hunter in Peru Is Rewriting History
(Ancient Origins, 11/5/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

What Teachers Should Do When QAnon Conspiracy Theories Come to Class
(Education Week, 11/6/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) provides recommendations to help teachers combat misinformation.

Frazier Museum exhibit honors suffragists as Vice President-elect Kamala Harris shatters glass ceiling
(WHAS, 11/8/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) quoted.

It's not unusual for voters to imagine fraud. But political leaders usually don't go along with it.
(NewsTimes, 11/12/20) Co-authored by Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science)

Louisville panel illustrates how art, throughout the years, has played a part in racial injustice
(WLKY, 11/12/20) Profs. Sidney Edwards (Theatre Arts) and Kaila Story (Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies/Pan African Studies) interviewed.

Annual Open Studio Weekend Postponed Due To COVID-19
(WFPL, 11/2/20) Hite Art Institute mentioned.

Fellsmere Lieutenant Scott Newsom recognized as Officer of the Year
(Sebastian Daily, 11/3/20) Southern Police Institute mentioned.

President Donald Trump handily wins Kentucky once again
(Courier Journal, 11/3/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) discusses a shift in dynamics from 2016.

Female big-game hunters may have been surprisingly common in the ancient Americas
(Science News, 11/4/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

Election anxiety is turning us into TV zombies. How can we save ourselves?
(Courier Journal, 11/4/20) Undergraduate student Zachary Frye (Political Science) talks about election anxiety.

Discovery of 9,000-Year-Old Female Hunter in Peru Is Rewriting History
(Ancient Origins, 11/5/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

What Teachers Should Do When QAnon Conspiracy Theories Come to Class
(Education Week, 11/6/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) provides recommendations to help teachers combat misinformation.

An ugly secret in Alabama: Police dog attacks
(Al.com, 10/13/20) Prof. Charlton Yingling (History) quoted.

In QAnon-linked US candidates, populism meets conspiracy
(Times of News, 10/16/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) quoted.

KPFA Evening News
(94.1 KPFA Berkeley 10/17/20) Prof. Cynthia Ganote (Sociology) discusses people's responses and susceptibility to fear campaigns in times of crisis. (Begins at 6:20 mark)

I Was Just Thinking: Long Seen as a Rising Star for GOP, Kentucky AG Now Faces Heat for Handling of Breonna Taylor Case
(Texas Metro News, 10/19/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) mentioned.

UofL to advance CO2 Reduction Research with DOE Grant
(Ky AG Connection, 10/19/20) Prof. Craig Grapperhaus (Chemistry) mentioned,

'Anti-racism' is 'where the world is going,' University of Louisville president says
(WDRB, 10/21/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) quoted.

How Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ agenda has damaged global human rights
(The Conversation, 10/22/20) Co-authored by Prof. Rodger Payne (Political Science).

With coronavirus cases surging again, fears of pandemic fatigue emerge in Kentucky
(Courier Journal, 10/22/20) Prof. Keith Lyle (Psychological and Brain Sciences) quoted

When Police Violence is a Dog Bite
(The Marshall Project, 10/2/20) Prof. Charlton Yingling (History) mentioned.

An ugly secret in Alabama: Police dog attacks
(Al.com, 10/13/20) Prof. Charlton Yingling (History) quoted.

In QAnon-linked US candidates, populism meets conspiracy
(Times of News, 10/16/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) quoted.

KPFA Evening News
(94.1 KPFA Berkeley 10/17/20) Prof. Cynthia Ganote (Sociology) discusses people's responses and susceptibility to fear campaigns in times of crisis. (Begins at 6:20 mark)

I Was Just Thinking: Long Seen as a Rising Star for GOP, Kentucky AG Now Faces Heat for Handling of Breonna Taylor Case
(Texas Metro News, 10/19/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) mentioned. 

UofL to advance CO2 Reduction Research with DOE Grant
(Ky AG Connection, 10/19/20) Prof. Craig Grapperhaus (Chemistry) mentioned,

'Anti-racism' is 'where the world is going,' University of Louisville president says
(WDRB, 10/21/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) quoted.

How Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ agenda has damaged global human rights
(The Conversation, 10/22/20) Co-authored by Prof. Rodger Payne (Political Science).

With coronavirus cases surging again, fears of pandemic fatigue emerge in Kentucky
(Courier Journal, 10/22/20) Prof. Keith Lyle (Psychological and Brain Sciences) quoted

Scholars Disappointed But Not Surprised by Grand Jury Decision in Breonna Taylor Case
(Diverse Education, 9/24/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) quoted.

The most dangerous conspiracy theory in 2020 isn’t about blood-sucking pedophiles
(Vox, 9/24/20) Prof Adam Enders (Political Science) mentioned.

Ky. Attorney General on Breonna Taylor Case
(Washington Post, 9/24/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton quoted.

Beneath the Surface: Supreme Court Nominee, Breonna Taylor Decision
(KFPK, 9/27/20) Prof. Cynthia Ganote (Sociology) discusses Breonna Taylor decision.

Modern humans reached westernmost Europe 5,000 years earlier than previously known
(9/28/20) Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology) and team interviewed. 

Modern humans reached westernmost Europe 5,000 years earlier than previously known
(National Science Foundation, 9/29/20) Details the important discovery of Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology) and team.

New Dates for Modern Human Arrival in Westernmost Europe
(Archaeology, 9/30/20) Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology) quoted.

The Toll Of Multiple Crises Weighs On Louisvillians. But With Trauma, There Are Inequities
(WFPL, 10/6/20) Prof. Kalasia Ojeh (Pan African Studies) quoted. 

In Louisville, Looking to Protests of the Past to Move Forward
(New York Times, 10/6/20) Prof. Tracy K'Meyer (History) weighs in.