With the 10th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon approaching, the following Boston University experts are available to offer comment, insight and analysis on various angles:
Andrew Bacevich, professor of international relations and history, and a retired Army colonel, can offer comment on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the state of American power post-9/11. He is the author of Washington Rules: America’s Path to Permanet War (2010). He can be reached at 617-358-0194; email@example.com.
Stephen Prothero, professor of religion, can discuss the role religion has played in the 10 years since 9/11, including the state of Islam in the U.S. today. He can be reached at 617-353-4426; firstname.lastname@example.org; Twitter: @sprothero.
Robert Zelnick, professor of journalism and former ABC News correspondent, can discuss media coverage of the attacks and the subsequent War on Terror. He can be reached at 617-353-5007; email@example.com.
Nick Mills, associate professor of journalism and author of Karzai: The Failing American Intervention and Struggle for Afghanistan, can offer analysis on how U.S./Afghan relations have evolved since 9/11. Contact Mills at 617-353-3492; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christopher Daly, associate professor of journalism and author of Covering America, can discuss media coverage of 9/11 and the wars it spawned. He can be reached at 617-353-4295; email@example.com; blog: Journalismprofessor.com.
Thomas Whalen, associate professor of social science and an expert on American politics and the American presidency, can offer comment on post-9/11 U.S. politics. He is a regular contributor to PoliticoArena. He can be reached at 978-888-3131; firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Barlow, professor of psychology and psychiatry and founder of the BU Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, can discuss post-9/11 terrorism-triggered anxiety and panic attacks. He can be reached at 617-353-9610; email@example.com.
Thomas Cottle, professor of education and a sociologist and licensed clinical psychologist, can discuss child and adolescent psychology and the effects of growing up in a post-9/11 world. Contact Cottle at 617-353-6294; firstname.lastname@example.org.