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Middle East Urbanism Meets East Coast
Gentrification in Anthropologist’s Work

One might not normally associate postwar Beirut with postindustrial Soho, but for associate professor Aseel Sawalha, Ph.D., it’s not that much of a leap. Sawalha’s anthropology deals in the recent past with a focus on reclaimed neighborhoods


Finance Chair Plumbs Data For Patterns in
Banking, Currency Markets

In economics, it’s all about the data.
MSo when examining the long career of James R. Lothian, Ph.D., the Toppeta Family Chair in Global Financial Markets in the Fordham Schools of Business, it’s worth singling out one data point in particular: 793.


Theologian Unites Orthodoxy and Democracy

The perennial clash between religion and politics has sparked debates for centuries—arguably millennia.
MHowever, Fordham theologian Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., is making the case that the two belong together.



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