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Sociology and Public Health in the Neoliberal Age
David Baronov explores how COVID-19 allows us to better appreciate the subtle variations and nuances of neoliberal governance in “COVID-19: The Perfect Virus for Our Neoliberal Age," published in The New York Sociologist, 2020.
Kris H. Green's study on aggregating voter opinions entitled "Aligning Political Options and Aggregated Personal Opinions on the Issues" was published in the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, January 2021.
Philosophical Thought and Ethical Deliberations
Barbara J. Lowe focuses on clarifying, correcting, and improving scholarship through her work “Ideas, Principles, and Lateral Progress in Jane Addams's Evolutionary Theorizing,” published in The Pluralist, April 2021.