The term Latino Islamidad may not yet be mainstream, but a new report explores why a growing number of U.S. Latinos convert to Islam in hopes of understanding what it means to be a Latino Muslim today. The report is published in last month’s Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion.
CMC professor Mary Evans P’21 was recently recognized with the prestigious Ralph C. d’Arge and Allen V. Kneese Award for Outstanding Publication in the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (JAERE). Evans, the Jerrine and Thomas Mitchell ’66 Associate Professor of Environmental Economics and George R. Roberts Fellow, teaches environmental economics in the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance.
How much does the average American actually know about Mexico, our neighbor to the south? Beyond geography, how entwined are Mexico and the U.S., policy-wise? To answer, do you first need to understand Mexico’s political environment? The questions might sound daunting, but a new book by Roderic Camp, Philip M. McKenna Professor of the Pacific Rim at CMC, answers them fully.
Daniel Krauss, a professor of psychology at Claremont McKenna College, has co-authored an article titled “Capital Jurors in an Era of Death Penalty Decline” in the latest edition of The Yale Law Journal.
Anna Wenzel, associate professor of chemistry at Claremont McKenna College and chair of the chemistry division in the Keck Science Department, has received a prestigious grant to provide mentorship this summer that will support the ongoing research of Ellen Berkley ’18.