The Intersection of Race and Gender
Law Professor Frank Rudy Cooper expresses fatherly concerns in the New York Times’ Room for Debate
“Invisible Man” and the Future of the Novel
English Professor Quentin Miller invites readers to enjoy Ralph Ellison’s masterpiece on the 100th anniversary of the author’s birth
Implications for Israel if Kerry Peace Bid Fails
Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits argues that Israel could lose its identity if pressed into new alliance as U.S. interest ebbs
Is Black History Month Still Necessary?
Chief Diversity Officer Nicole Price considers advances and challenges in nation’s commitment to equity
The Time Is Right for Establishing a Center for Social Innovation in Boston
Professor Brenda Bond advises creation of a strategic plan to address information sharing, coordination of services and creation of a seamless service delivery system
Suffolk Voices: Leon Rozmarin Discusses Intricacies of Ukraine Conflict
Odessa native and political scientist considers speculation that opposition parties are coordinating with the ultra-nationalist street fighters
Nir Eisikovits on American Studies Association Boycott of Israeli Universities
Philosophy professor argues that “most of the internal criticism of the Jewish State’s policies in the West Bank and Gaza originates in its universities”
Living Up to Dr. King’s Dream
On Martin Luther King’s birthday, Chief Diversity Officer Nicole Price reflects on how we can carry on his life’s work
Resident Scholar Profiles New Pope Who Offers a "Message of Love and Mercy"
New Yorker publishes James Carroll's "Who Am I to Judge?"
"The End of Protest: How Free-Market Capitalism Learned to Control Dissent"
Suffolk Law Professor Alasdair Roberts, in a new e-book, argues that restraining opposition erodes democratic values