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.

 
The New York Review of Books
May 26th, 2022
How Do Whispers Become Movements?
Susie Linfield
Professor
The Guardian
May 11th, 2022
Finding it hard to get a new job? Robot recruiters might be to blame
Hilke Schellmann
Assistant Professor
Sapir
May 1st, 2022
Amnesty International’s Israel Problem — and Mine
Susie Linfield
Professor
The New Yorker
April 25th, 2022
The Ordinary Americans Resettling Migrants Fleeing War
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence
The New York Times
April 13th, 2022
Returning to Florence With ‘the World’s Most Opinionated Guide’
Perri Klass
Professor | NYU Florence, Co-Director
Los Angeles Times
April 7th, 2022
Op-Ed: Why pictures of the horrors in Ukraine can strengthen our political will
Susie Linfield
Professor
Insider
March 18th, 2022
Putin’s Ukraine playbook is familiar — he used it in Syria
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director
PBS Newshour
March 12th, 2022
Meet the new generation driving Myanmar’s resistance
Jason Maloney
Clinical Professor
Cineaste
March 1st, 2022
Paying Melvin Van Peebles His Due: Revisiting the Black Filmmaking Pioneer’s Bittersweet and Iconoclastic Career
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
PBS Newshour
February 13th, 2022
Meet one of the journalists fighting to keep press freedom alive in Myanmar
Jason Maloney
Clinical Professor
Time
February 7th, 2022
Brian Flores’ Lawsuit Shows the Limits of Diversity Initiatives
Pamela Newkirk
Professor
The Guardian
February 7th, 2022
The NFL is a microcosm of America. Brian Flores’ lawsuit is a reminder of that
Pamela Newkirk
Professor
PBS Newshour
January 29th, 2022
Myanmar was expanding freedoms, then came the military coup
Jason Maloney
Clinical Professor
Los Angeles Times
January 12th, 2022
Why ‘Macbeth’ actor Corey Hawkins felt compelled to study the classics
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
The Guardian
December 23rd, 2021
‘We need a new commons’: how city life can offer us the vital power of connection
Suketu Mehta
Associate Professor
The New Yorker
December 20th, 2021
The Afghans America Left Behind
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence
National Geographic
December 14th, 2021
Capturing the year in an instant
Whitney Johnson
Adjunct Faculty
National Geographic
December 9th, 2021
2021: The year in pictures
Whitney Johnson
Adjunct Faculty
The New York Times
December 4th, 2021
Josh Hawley and the Republican Obsession With Manliness
Liza Featherstone
Adjunct Faculty
The Washington Post
December 3rd, 2021
The story of one New York girl and the precarious lives of the poor
Ted Conover
Professor
Knowable Magazine
November 23rd, 2021
Question the ‘lab leak’ theory. But don’t call it a conspiracy.
Ivan Oransky, MD
Distinguished Writer in Residence
The Hollywood Reporter
November 10th, 2021
“The First Black Movie Star,” Nina Mae McKinney, Gets a Film Retrospective in New York
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
Book: Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America
November 2nd, 2021
Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America
Mayukh Sen
Adjunct Faculty
The New Yorker
October 26th, 2021
The Afterlife of Rachel Held Evans
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence