A&S scholars sharing their expertise in the media this week

October 14, 2022 by A&S News

From newly discovered documents rocking the world of Chaucer studies to the mystery of thermohaline staircases that has confounded oceanographers for decades, scholars from a range of disciplines across the Faculty of Arts & Science are sharing their expertise on a variety of issues in the media.

Here’s some of what they had to say this week.

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  • Department of English professor Sebastian Sobecki shares new research with The New York Times (paywall) that sheds new light on the reputation of Canterbury Tales author Geoffrey Chaucer.
  • Department of Physics PhD student Yuchen Ma shares new research with The Guardian that solves the mystery behind staircase-like structures of salt and temperature in the ocean.
  • Department of Political Science professor emeritus Nelson Wiseman tells The New York Times (paywall) that the public hearing about the federal government’s decision to invoke the Emergencies Act earlier this year will lead to more negatives than positives for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.