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Alexandra Newman

Adjunct Instructor School of Communication

Alex Newman is an adjunct professor of Journalism. She is the Creative Lead at Home Front Communications in Washington, DC, and specializes in user interface design and data visualization. She studied print journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno and worked as a police reporter at the Reno Gazette-Journal and as a multimedia producer at USA TODAY. During her time at USA TODAY, Alex helped cover the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Alex has taught journalism courses at the University of Nevada, the University of Maryland and American University.
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For the Media
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AU Expert

Area of Expertise:

Nationalism; ethnic and religious conflict in Israel, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Belgium, Canada, South Africa; politics of Europe, Canada, and Israel; fluent in Hebrew

Additional Information:

Saul Newman's publications include Ethnoregional Conflict in Democracies as well as articles on nationalism, ethnic politics, and terrorism in journals such as World Politics, Comparative Politics, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Regional Politics and Policy, Politics and Policy,and Nationalism and Ethnic Politics. Presently, he is conducting research on the decline of settler nationalism in South Africa, Northern Ireland, and Israel and its impact on resolving disputes between settler and native nationalist movements.

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