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Contextualizing Brudney:
Does History Matter When Interpreting the Law?

The past several years have seen unions under pressure from Wisconsin’s state capitol to Philadelphia’s city hall. The whittling away of collective bargaining rights, whether in the public or private sector, is a subject of intense interest to James J. Brudney, professor of law.


Reinventing the Internet: One Professor’s Efforts for Better Performance and Security Online

As the Internet has grown up, it has grown trickier, posing all sorts of tough questions for computer scientists.
M Honggang Zhang, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science, has a knack for showing the links between various Internet-related issues.


Theater Professor Explores Boundaries of Identity

“I think terror and art go hand in hand. I really do. If you’re not scared, you’re not doing it right.”
MDaniel Alexander Jones, who alternately describes himself as a crazy uncle of Fordham’s theatre program and a farm animal that keeps breaking out of its pen, knows a thing or two about pushing the envelope.




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