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Sameer Pandya is a fiction writer and interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies scholar interested in questions of cultural dislocation and racial identity among South Asian Americans. Pandya serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department o...

The Progress Narrative – BPR Interviews: Sameer Pandya

Sameer Pandya is a fiction writer and interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies scholar interested in questions of cultural dislocation and racial identity among South Asian Americans. Pandya serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department o...

Desmond Meade is a voting rights activist and is the President of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC), Chair of Floridians for a Fair Democracy, and a Ford Global Fellow. In 2018, he led the FRRC to a historic triumph with the passage of ...

Let My People Vote – BPR Interviews: Desmond Meade

Desmond Meade is a voting rights activist and is the President of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC), Chair of Floridians for a Fair Democracy, and a Ford Global Fellow. In 2018, he led the FRRC to a historic triumph with the passage of ...

Robert Jervis is a professor of international politics at Columbia University. He studies the intersection of psychology and international relations. His work challenges popular notions about nuclear deterrence by noting the complexities that percept...

Perception in Politics – BPR Interviews: Robert Jervis

Robert Jervis is a professor of international politics at Columbia University. He studies the intersection of psychology and international relations. His work challenges popular notions about nuclear deterrence by noting the complexities that percept...