Watson Institute at Brown University
Stone Inequality Initiative

Introducing our Stone Inequality Interview Series with the Brown Political Review

We are pleased to announce that we will be publishing a five-part interview series in collaboration with the Brown Political Review. The Brown Political Review is Brown University’s entirely student-written and student-run, nonpartisan magazine for political journalism. Founded in 2012, BPR aims to bring high-quality reporting on regional, national and international politics to Brown, the Providence community and beyond. The interviews will explore the consequences of great wealth and inequality on American politics, society, and culture. The interviewees are:

Kimberly Reed - award-winning documentarian and filmmaker
Nicholas Kulish - New York Times journalist
Ashley Mears - Professor of Sociology at Boston University
Michael Kirst - Professor Emeritus of Education at Stanford University and former President of California's State Board of Education
 Eileen Appelbaum - Co-Director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, Washington, DC. 

Click here to access the published interviews