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Faculty news: May 2021

May 11, 2021

Caitlin Ring Carlson, PhD, Associate Professor, published a new book, "Hate Speech,” on investigation of hate speech: legal approaches, current controversies, and suggestions for limiting its spread. She was interviewed by LitHub for “How Absolute Free Speech Upholds White Male Supremacy.”

Research about racial gaslighting by Angelique M. Davis, JD, Associate Professor, Political Science, and Affiliate Faculty, African and African American Studies, and former faculty member Rose Ernst, was referenced in the CNN program, “Afraid: Fear in America’s Communities of Color.”

Ruchika Tulshyan, MS, Distinguished Professional-in-Residence, Communication, published “Why Is It So Hard to Speak Up at Work?” in the New York Times and  “I Could Have Waited out the Pandemic in Singapore, but Seattle Kept Me” in Seattle Met. She was interviewed for the NPR story, "Why Pronouncing Names Correctly Is More Than Common Courtesy."