August 3, 2011
Univ. of Washington faculty experts available to discuss 9/11 issues
Note: This list will be updated with additional experts.
Politics and terrorism
Associate Professor of Communication
E-mail | Web | 206-612-9911
Howard directs the NSF-funded World Information Access Project. In 2010, Oxford University Press published his book, The Internet and Islam: The Digital Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy.
Associate Professor of Law
Adjunct Associate Professor, Jackson School of International Studies
E-mail | Web 206-543-4939
Lombardi is a specialist in Islamic law and in constitutional law. He has written State Law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt.
Stephen J. Majeski
Professor of Political Science
E-mail | Web | 206-543-9648
Majeski is a specialist in U.S. foreign policy. In 2010, Routledge published a book Majeski co-authored with David Sylvan: U.S. Foreign Policy in Perspective: Clients, Enemies, and Empire.
Professor of Psychology
Email | Web | 206-543-5655
Lengua can speak about parents and children as they experience disasters and tragedies from a distance. She is the director of the UW Center for Child and Family Well-Being.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Email | Web | 206-685-3126
Zoellner directs UWs Center for Anxiety & Traumatic Stress. She is an expert on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); available after Sept. 5.
Post-9/11 Building Design and Construction
Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Email | Web | 206-616-3530
Berman is an expert on the behavior and design of steel structures. The World Trade Center’s Twin Towers used steel support beams.
For additional information, contact Catherine ODonnell at UW News and Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-543-2580.