interviews

 

Al-Jazeera America interview: Black Lives Matter Movement (Deirdre Cooper-Owens, Assistant Professor History, February 18, 2016)

Virtual Memories podcast: Angel, Lion, Ox, Eagl (Warren Woodfin, Kallinikeion Assistant Professor of Byzantine Studies, September 2015)

Al Jazeera America interview on the Confederate flag, in relation to the South Carolina church shooting (Deirdre Cooper-Owens, Assistant Professor of History, June 18 and 19, 2015)

Pacifica Radio show Letters & Politics interview on Italian immigrant whiteness (Peter G. Vellon, Associate Professor of History, March 11, 2015).

Fair Observer interview: An Ordinary Marriage (Katherine Antonova, Associate Professor of History, August 2014)

New Books in Russian & Eurasian History Podcast (Katherine Antonova, Associate Professor of History, August 17, 2014)

WBEZ Chicago interview: Hamburg's rock histor (Julia Sneeringer, Associate Professor of History, February 27, 2013)

NPR interview: Good Divorce (Kristin Celello, Associate Professor of History, August 24, 2011)

Interview on the NPR program "On Point": Searching for Genghis Khan (Morris Rossabi, Distinguished Professor of History, August 4, 2011)

NPR interview: Affordable Manhattan, Co-Ops Keep the Dream Alive (Joshua Freeman, Distinguished Professor of History, July 5, 2011)

NPR interview: Happily Ever After, A History of Marriage (Kristin Celello, Associate Professor of History, February 2011)


videos

"Southern Symbols," Speed Museum, Louisville, KY "Of Monuments and Men, J. Marion Sims" (Deirdre Cooper Owens, October 2017)

"Crown Forum Speaker Series," (Deirdre Cooper Owens, September, 2017, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA)

CUNY-TV: CUNY Campus Climate on Racism (Deirdre Cooper Owens, August 2017)

Talking Head for PBS Documentary, The Italian Americans (Peter G. Vellon, Associate Professor of History, original air date February 24, 2015)

CUNY-TV: Italian Immigrant Newspapers and the Construction of Whiteness (Peter G. Vellon, February 2015)

American empire: a discussion of Dr. Joshua Freeman's new book, American Empire, 1945-2000: The Rise of a Global Power, the Democratic Revolution at Home (2012) (Joshua Freeman, David Harvey, David Nasaw, Linda McGirr, Adolph Reed, February 22, 2013, CUNY Graduate Center)

Early banking in the Ottoman Empire and Ottoman monetary system in the 1840 (Elena Frangakis-Syrett, May 28, 2012, Institut Francais d'Etudes Anatoliennes, Istanbul)

"Untidy History: The Cairo Geniza Documents and Inter-Confessional Contacts" (Arnold Franklin, March 20, 2012, Metropolitan Museum of Art)

"Professor Briefly Interrupts Governor Cuomo's Budget Speech, Occupy Style" (Grace Davie, January 19, 2012)

CUNY-TV: Working Class of New York City (Joshua Freeman, July 2010)

CUNY-TV: Making Marriage Work (Kristin Celello, February 17, 2010)


hosting blogs & podcasts

New Books in Military History Podcast (Bobby Wintermute, host)

Das Blog (Satadru Sen)

Blog on Teaching and History (Katherine Pickering Antonova)

Brooklyn History Podcast: "Brooklyn’s Pioneering Women Doctors" (Erin Wuebker, guest, May 14, 2018))

American Historical Association Guest Blogger: "Clothes as Historical Sources: What Bloomers Reveal about the Women Who Wore Them" (Laura J. Ping, Adjunct Lecturer, February 13, 2017)

Black Perspectives, African American Intellectual History Society Blog Post: "Racebending and Representation in Comic Books" (Bryan Cooper Owens, Director of Africana Studies, February 6, 2017)

Nursing Clio Blog Post: "Parental Guilt & STIs: A Historical Look" (Erin Wuebker, November 30, 2016)

Brooklyn History Podcast: "Brooklyn's Veterans" (Erin Wuebker, guest, November 22, 2016)

Notches Blog Post: "Taking the Venereal Out of Venereal Disease: The 1930s Public Health Campaign against Syphilis and Gonorrhea" (Erin Wuebker, May 31, 2016)

NYU Press Blog Post: “Nation of Newcomers” (Peter G. Vellon, Associate Professor of History, December 3, 2014)

Oxford UP Blog Post: "Stay-at-home dads aren't as new as you think" (Katherine Pickering Antonova, Associate Professor of History, January 8, 2013)

UNC Press Blog Post: "Divorce and the Recession's 'Silver Lining'?" (Kristin Celello, Associate Professor of History, March 29, 2011)


Julia Sneeringer in The Journal of Music: "Why Was Hamburg the Perfect Fit for the Beatles?" (August 22, 2018)

Katherine Antonova in The Washington Post: "America Needs the Humanities More than Ever, So Why Have We Abandoned Them?" (September 18, 2017)

Lawrence Cappello in The Wall Street Journal: "Reports that 'Privacy is Dead' Have Been Greatly Exaggerated" (September 5, 2017)

Katherine Antonova in The Washington Post: "How the British Defeated Homegrown Fascism" (August 16, 2017)

Katherine Antonova in The Huffington Post: "The GOP Is No Longer a 'Conservative' Party" (July 25, 2017)

Lawrence Cappello in The Hill: "What a Trump Presidency Could Mean for US Privacy Rights" (October 27, 2016)

Lawrence Cappello in The Atlantic: "Can Government Function without Privacy?" (November 1, 2015)

Lawrence Cappello in The Nation: "Privacy and the Profit Motive" (May 4, 2015)

Lawrence Cappello in The Hill: "Privacy's Best Hope: Keep It Profitable" (January 15, 2015)

op-eds & Other POpular Press Articles


Warren Woodfin guest-curated an exhibit at the Godwin-Ternbach museum, which was covered by the Queens Chronicle (October 2018)

Elena Frangakis-Syrett's new book was profiled in QView (May 2018).

Deirdre Cooper-Owens was interviewed on Al Jazeera America about the Confederate flag, in relation to the South Carolina shootings (June 18 and 19, 2015)

See the Member Profile of our own Elena Frangakis-Syrett in International Maritime History Association newsletter (September 2017)

Grace Davie's call-in comments to the Brian Lehrer Show about the Occupy Wall Street movement (October 12, 2011)

Kristin Celello was quoted in the New York Times article "Same-Sex Couples Criticize Waiting Periods for Marriage." (July 11, 2011)

Kristin Celello appeared in the documentary "Divorce: Circa 1960s", which is featured on the Mad Men Season Four DVD.

media mentions