In his most recent piece for the Washington Post, Robinson Professor of Public and International Affairs Steven Pearlstein discusses recent developments in the Irish economy and its future potential. Read the whole article here.
Robinson Professor of Public and International Affairs Steven Pearlstein asks the provocative question “Is Capitalism Mora?” in a piece for the Washington Post. You can read his answer here.
Shaul Bakhash, Robinson Professor of History, presented and chaired a meeting on “Measuring Change in Iran” at the National Defense University. He presented and chaired a meeting on “Rouhani: Challenges at Home, Challenges Abroad” at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. He was interviewed and quoted on numerous occasions by the Thomson-Reuters new agency, […]
Robert Hazen, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences, presented a keynote lecture at the first International Symposium of the Earth-Life Science Institute in Tokyo, Japan, and was named to the Board of Advisors. He presented the Qualline Lectures at the University of Texas, Austin, and the Naff Symposium Lecture at the University of Kentucky, Lexington. He also […]
Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American, and Public History, spoke on “The Underground Railroad in Virginia” at the Prince William County three-day program “Lest We Forget,” a conference on enslavement and emancipation. He also spoke at the Trinity School in New York City on “The Work of a Public Historian” and “The Great […]
Robinson Professor of Physics James Trefil was recently interviewed on the Big Picture Science radio show, hosted by the SETI Institute about his new book, Space Atlas: Mapping the Universe and Beyond. Starting with our own solar system, the book then travels outward to the edge of the universe, stopping at important stages along the […]
The Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO), led by Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences Robert Hazen, has released a landmark book recounting their findings over the past three years and their plans for the future. The DCO is a 10-year, $500 million project investigating Earth’s deep carbon cycle. The book was released open access online as part […]
Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American, and Public History, participated in the video segment “Underground Railroad: Network to Freedom,” which aired in the February “County Magazine” program on Channel 16, Fairfax County Government’s cable channel. Paul D’Andrea, Robinson Professor of Theater and English, had his play “The Einstein Project” presented in February at Montana […]
Robinson Professor of International Studies John Paden has donated over 4,000 books, maps, and other printed materials to the George Mason University Libraries. These texts, which focus on Sub-Saharan Africa, cover a broad range of topics including, economics, history, law, language and religion. The collection is currently being cataloged and will be available for general […]
Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American, and Public History, presented “Abraham Lincoln’s Dilemma Concerning African American Soldiers Fighting in the Civil War” at a Chicago Teachers Symposium on the Living Constitution. He was a seminar leader on Public History at the Seminar for Historical Administration sponsored by the Association of State and […]