Full Spectrum Dominance: US Policy From Iraq to Ukraine
Thomas S. Harrington is a professor of Iberian Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and the author of the recently published book, Livin’ la Vida Barroca: American Culture in a Time of Imperial Orthodoxies.
Sarah Wang interviews Francisco Goldman: The Condition of Possibility
Los Angeles Review of Books
Aside from teaching at Trinity College for part of the year, commuting from his apartment in Brooklyn, Goldman spends the rest of his time in Mexico City.
CT Lawmakers Urge ISIS Action With Limitations
Whatever foreign policy route is taken, Mark Silk, a professor of religion at Trinity College, said lawmakers won’t have it easy predicting what ISIS will do next.
Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign With Different Styles
The Hartford Courant
But there’s a gray area, said Kevin McMahon, a professor of political science at Trinity College. A big part of being governor involves interacting with the public “and as long as there’s not something that’s obviously inappropriate or questionable, this is simply what we ask our leaders to do.”
Not All Local Scots Would Have Toasted To Independence From The UK
A vote in Scotland – yes or no – is intriguing to Trinity College anthropologist, Dr. Jane Nadel-Klein.
Mexico City: Francisco Goldman’s Other Lost Love
The Daily Beast
Goldman has long divided his time between Mexico City, New York, and Hartford, Conn., where he teaches creative writing at Trinity College for a semester each year.
Students Develop Mobile Apps For City Of Hartford And Local Organizations
The Hartford Courant
These mobile apps and others were developed by 20 area high school students this summer on Trinity College’s campus through the innovative Mobile Apps for Hartford program.
College Students Spend Day Volunteering Around Hartford
Trinity College students, faculty, and alumni volunteered at various sites throughout Hartford on Saturday as part of the 16th annual “Do It Day.”
When We Marched Together in Selma
The Jewish Daily Forward
Even half a century ago, there was tension between blacks and Jews, mostly resulting from economic conditions, said Cheryl L. Greenberg, author of “Troubling the Waters: Black-Jewish Relations in the American Century.”
Ancient Rome’s Bridge to Nowhere
The Wall Street Journal
Mr. Gordon is a professor of art history at Trinity College, Hartford.
First Results of the Jewish Student Survey are In!
Started last spring by Drs. Barry Kosmin and Ariela Keysar at the Trinity College Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture, this is the first comprehensive scientific survey ever of an underrepresented and under studied demographic: American Jewish college students.