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PUNISHMENT WITHOUT CRIME reviewed in The Intercept

January 13, 2019


Jordan Smith interviews Alexandra Natapoff, author of Punishment Without Crime, for The Intercept.

https://theintercept.com/2019/01/13/misdemeanor-justice-system-alexandra-natapoff/


Alexandra Natapoff’s op-ed in the New York Times

January 02, 2019


Punishment Without Crime author Alexandra Natapoff writes an op-ed for the New York Times, “When the Police Become Prosecutors.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/26/opinion/police-prosecutors-misdemeanors.html


Alexandra Natapoff discusses PUNISHMENT WITHOUT CRIME on NPR’s Fresh Air

January 02, 2019


Terry Gross interviews former federal public defender and Punishment Without Crime author Alexandra Natapoff on NPR’s Fresh Air. Natapoff says 13 million misdemeanors are filed each year in the U.S., trapping the innocent, punishing the poor and making society more unequal.

https://www.npr.org/2019/01/02/681606995/punishment-without-crime-argues-that-americas-misdemeanor-system-targets-the-poo?ft=nprml&f=


PUNISHMENT WITHOUT CRIME on Nylon’s 2019 Book Preview

January 02, 2019


Nylon features Alexandra Natapoff’s Punishment Without Crime on its list, 50 Books You’ll Want to Read in 2019.

“It’s a must-read book for anyone who still has any illusions about who exactly gets a shot at the American Dream.”

https://nylon.com/best-books-read-2019


Bruce Schneier featured in New York Times article

October 10, 2018


Farhad Manjoo quotes Bruce Schneier, author of Click Here to Kill Everybody, in his piece for New York Times,

“Mr. Schneier argues that the economic and technical incentives of the internet-of-things industry do not align with security and privacy for society generally. Putting a computer in everything turns the whole world into a computer security threat — and the hacks and bugs uncovered in just the last few weeks at Facebook and Google illustrate how difficult digital security is even for the biggest tech companies. In a roboticized world, hacks would not just affect your data but could endanger your property, your life and even national security.”


Marketplace interviews Bruce Schneier

October 09, 2018


Molly Wood interviews Bruce Schneier, author of Click Here to Kill Everybody, for Marketplace.

https://www.marketplace.org/2018/10/08/tech/biggest-cyber-security-threat-you-never-thought-much-about-factory/

Whiting Foundation announces its 2018 Creative Nonfiction Grantees

September 25, 2018


The grantees are as follows:

  • Jennifer Block. Everything Below the Waist: The Crisis in Women’s Health and Pleasure in the Age of Empowerment
  • Andrea Elliott. Invisible Child
  • Akash Kapur. Better to Have Gone
  • Jori Lewis. Slaves for Peanuts
  • Sarah Ramey. The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness
  • Jess Row. White Flights: Race, Fiction, and the American Imagination

https://www.whiting.org/writers/creative-nonfiction-grant


Eric Kandel’s THE DISORDERED MIND is reviewed in The New York Times

September 17, 2018


“[An] engaging new overview of contemporary thinking about the intersection of mental health and neuroscience.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/17/books/review/disordered-mind-eric-kandel.html


Matthew Desmond feature in The New York Times

September 11, 2018


Matthew Desmond, author of Evicted and sociologist with the Eviction Lab is featured in The New York Times: “Americans Want to Believe Jobs Are The Solution to Poverty. They’re Note.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/11/magazine/americans-jobs-poverty-homeless.html


Bruce Schneier interviewed in MIT Technology Review

September 07, 2018


Martin Giles interviews Bruce Schneier, author of Click Here to Kill Everybody.

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/611948/for-safetys-sake-we-must-slow-innovation-in-internet-connected-things/?utm_campaign=social_button&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=2018-09-07

WNYC’s All of It highlights CLICK HERE TO KILL EVERYBODY

September 05, 2018


​Jenna Flanagan interviews Bruce Schneier, author of Click Here to Kill Everybody, on WNYC’s All of It.

https://www.wnyc.org/story/how-technology-makes-us-vulnerable/


Eric Kandel / THE DISORDERED MIND on Science Friday

August 31, 2018


​NPR/Science Friday interviews Eric Kandel, Nobel laureate and author of The Disordered Mind.

https://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/order-and-disorder-in-the-human-brain/



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