Faculty Published Works

A journalism program located in the publishing capital of the world should be more than a teaching institute. It should be a publisher. Welcome to the Institute’s publishing platform. Here the Institute acts as both public-interest publisher and presenter of work in different media by our students, faculty and alumni. In part, it is our laboratory, the place where we teach journalism by doing journalism and offer it to readers, listeners, viewers, and interactive users. Teaching requires one kind of audience, publishing quite another. This is where the two meet. The emphasis is on quality — work that is accurate and compelling, innovative and classic. We hope you enjoy it.

 
Book: Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America
Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America
Mayukh Sen
Adjunct Faculty
MIT Technology Review
We tested AI interview tools. Here’s what we found.
Hilke Schellmann
Assistant Professor
New York Magazine
No, You Can’t Recycle a Bowling Ball (But People Sure Keep Trying)
Eleanor Cummins
Adjunct Faculty | SHERP 2017
European Heart Journal
Retractions in medicine: the tip of the iceberg
Ivan Oransky, MD
Distinguished Writer in Residence
IOS Press
Will Improvements in Health Journalism Improve Health Literacy?
Ivan Oransky, MD
Distinguished Writer in Residence
MIT Technology Review
LinkedIn’s job-matching AI was biased. The company’s solution? More AI.
Hilke Schellmann
Assistant Professor
Cineaste - Summer 2021 Issue
Finding Power In The People (cover story)
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
Harper’s Magazine
When Children Die
Perri Klass
Professor
The Washington Post
These winged migrants have became refugees — from us
Dan Fagin
Professor
The New Yorker
A Pennsylvania Lawmaker and the Resurgence of Christian Nationalism
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence
The Washington Post
I’m missing my mother on the holiday she hated
Perri Klass
Professor
New York Magazine
The View From the Stands for a Shockingly Good Knicks Season
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
The Washington Post
How eDNA is revolutionizing the tracking of elusive species. It may soon be used to fight wildlife trafficking.
Rene Ebersole
Adjunct Faculty
The New York Times
A Catholic Order Pledged $100 Million to Atone for Taking Part in the Slave Trade. Some Descendants Want a New Deal.
Rachel L. Swarns
Associate Professor
Business Insider
Inside Iconiq: How Mark Zuckerberg’s banker built a secret Silicon Valley empire and made billions
Meghan Morris
Adjunct Faculty
Book - Hawking Hawking: The Selling of a Scientific Celebrity
Hawking Hawking: The Selling of a Scientific Celebrity
Charles Seife
Professor
The New England Journal of Medicine
“To Mitigate the Afflictions of the Human Race” — The Legacy of Dr. Rebecca Crumpler
Perri Klass
Professor
The Atlantic
You’ve Been Lied to About Lying
Jessica Seigel
Adjunct Faculty
The New York Times
We Need Laws to Take On Racism and Sexism in Hiring Technology
Hilke Schellmann (with Julia Stoyanovich and Alexandra Givens)
Assistant Professor
The New York Times
My Research Into the History of Catholic Slaveholding Transformed My Understanding of My Church
Rachel L. Swarns
Associate Professor
The New York Times
Catholic Order Pledges $100 Million to Atone for Slave Labor and Sales
Rachel L. Swarns
Associate Professor
Business Insider
Travis Kalanick is at war again. The ex-Uber CEO’s kitchen startup is angering local residents, and one neighborhood is at a ‘boiling point.’
Meghan Morris
Adjunct Faculty
The Hollywood Reporter
Nomzamo Mbatha Is Set to Make Big Studio Debut in ‘Coming 2 America’: “I’m Prepared for the Moment”
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
The New Yorker
When the Kids Started Getting Sick
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence