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Stewart, Colbert and Oliver for the win: Satire, millennials and fear of an extreme right-wing Senate


Prof. McClennen delivers lecture on why Human Rights depend on the humanities at ASU’s Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict.

Human rights concerns continue to occupy a central role in contemporary politics and NGOs. They also appear frequently in the teaching and research of university faculty. But do policy makers and professors speak th…

First time in Penn State history: professor and undergrad team up to write book

University Park, PA — What if the next presidential election is decided by viewers of “The Daily Show,” “The Colbert Report” and “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” rather than viewers of CNN, Fox News and MSNBC? …

Sophia A. McClennen works on the intersections between culture, politics, and society. Her books focus on cultural responses to complex social change, such as the connections between the satire of Stephen Colbert and post 9/11 politics or the exile writing of Ariel Dorfman and dictatorship in 1970s Latin America.