Debra Shushan, an Assistant Professor of Government (Middle East Politics) at William & Mary discusses why Middle Eastern political rhetoric matters to either 2016 presidential candidate.
Assistant Professor of Government and Gender Sexuality Studies Claire McKinney of William & Mary discusses the Feminist Political Theory and its relation to politics in the United States.
Eugeniy E. Mikhailov, an Assistant Professor of Physics at William & Mary discusses the logistical aspects of space flight to the planet Venus.
Clayton J. Cleveland, a lecturer of government at William & Mary discusses unilateral versus multilateral military operations in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Clayton J. Cleveland, a lecturer of government at William & Mary discusses how the U.N. Security Council works to achieve its goals.
Christopher Freiman, an associate professor of philosophy at William & Mary discusses the different approaches the government and people of the United States can have while facing immigration. Professor Freiman's research interests include democratic theory, distributive justice, and immigration.
Clayton J. Cleveland, a lecturer of government at William & Mary speaks about "hybrid warfare" and its affect on the U.S. military's ability to defend the nation and allies.
Eugeniy E. Mikhailov, an Assistant Professor of Physics at William & Mary calculates the time and distance it would take to travel to the planet of Venus.
Professor Deborah Basket discusses common traits of female serial killers.
College of William & Mary visiting assistant professor of Biblical Hebrew, Robin McCall discusses the positive and negative contributions of biblical ethics.
William & Mary Professor of Organizational Behavior, David M. Long discusses the positive effects of ingratiating behavior in the workplace.