Blogs

Four Things on Formations: Alex Campolo

May 10, 2021

A round-up of thought-provoking things from Alex Campolo, postdoctoral fellow at SIFK.
Blogs

Who Unearths the Past?: On the Work of The Dig

February 09, 2021

Joe Stadolnik watches The Dig, and sheds light on an obscure excavator of the past unlikely to inspire a Netflix movie
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Covid-19 and the Long History of Racially Maldistributed Mortality

May 26, 2020

Alexander Mazzaferro investigates America's long history of racial disparity and its impact on the nation's COVID-19 response.
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Knowing Uncertainty: How Science Fiction Helps us Make Sense of the Pandemic

May 04, 2020

Anastasia Klimchynskaya draws parallels between Sci-Fi and our current world to show how literature can help us understand COVID-19 and our uncertain future.
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In Search of Plagues Past

April 27, 2020

Margaret Carlyle looks to past pandemics to gain insight on COVID-19.
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Using Quantitative Models to Guide Policy Amid COVID-19 Uncertainty

April 24, 2020

Nobel Laureate and SIFK Faculty Member Lars Peter Hansen shares his thoughts on the global pandemic and using quantitative models to guide policy amid COVID-19 uncertainty
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The Limits of Empathy

April 20, 2020

Yan Slobodkin explores the space between empathy and justice.
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Flattening the Curve: Visualization and Pandemic Knowledge

April 01, 2020

SIFK Postdoc Alex Campolo breaks down how we look at pandemics like COVID-19