Professor Jules Boykoff Provides Insight on 2014 World Cup

The chair of the university's Politics & Government Department has appeared on Al Jazeera America and New Zealand National Radio, in Sports Illustrated, The Guardian and elsewhere.



Jules Boykoff, associate professor and chair of the Politics & Government Department at Pacific University, is providing insightful prospectives on the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

With the World Cup underway, Dr. Boykoff has been a guest contributor to The Guardian (UK), Turkish newspaper Evrensel, Al Jazeera America's The Stream and New Zealand National Radio among others. The Wire deemed his June 10 essay for The Guardian as one of the five best of the day.

 

Legacy Cup is ‘disappointing’, says American political scientist
http://www.google.com/translate?hl=en&ie=UTF8&sl=pt&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww1.folha.uol.com.br%2Fpoder%2F2014%2F07%2F1481816-legado-da-copa-e-decepcionante-diz-cientista-politico-norte-americano.shtml
(Fohla de Sao Paolo [Brazil] © 07/06/2014)

After the World Cup final, this is how to stop Fifa from being such a parasite
(The Guardian © 07/13/2014)

Legacy Cup is ‘disappointing’, says American political scientist
(Fohla de Sao Paolo [Brazil] © 07/06/2014)

World Cup: Is FIFA playing fair with Brazil?
(BBC Business Daily © 07/03/2014)

Coming of Age: US Soccer Fans
(Sports Illustrated © 06/21/2014)  

Think Out Loud: The Social And Economic Effects Of The World Cup
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 06/19/2014)

Making Sense of Brazil’s World Cup Protests
(Next City © 06/19/2014)

Sporting and political tensions on eve of football World Cup
(New Zealand National Radio © 06/12/2014)

Sojourner Truth with Margaret Prescod
KPFK 90.7-FM [Los Angeles] © 06/12/2014

Why you should root for the World Cup protesters
(The Guardian [UK] © 06/10/2014)

Cefasý halka sefasi elite
(Evrensel [Turkey] © 06/10/2014)

The Stream
(Al Jazeera America © 06/07/2014)


Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on Jun 17, 2014 at 12:22 PM

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