People in the news - Week of Feb. 11, 2022

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Deidre Hill Butler, associate professor of sociology, and her family connection to Harriet Tubman was featured in a recent Ms. Magazine article. Read the piece here.

Chad Orzel, associate professor of physics and astronomy, appeared on WAMC, Northeast Public Radio, to discuss his latest book, “A Brief History of Timekeeping.” Listen to The Roundtable here.

A forthcoming book by Saladdin Ahmed, visiting assistant professor of political science, is now available for preorder. Revolutionary Hope After Nihilism argues that as society faces new and debilitating catastrophes by capitalism and nation-politics, the only hope is to create space for a new world by negating the existing order. Learn more about the book here.