Media and Press
International Affairs Blog
Crawford, K.F. & Windsor, L. C. (2020, December) Bias and ‘Professionalism’. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/50-50-begins-in-our-minds-and-bodies-acknowledging-the-whole-scholar-f315b974ced9
Crawford, K.F. & Windsor, L. C. (2020, December) 50:50 begins in our minds and bodies: Acknowledging the whole scholar. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/50-50-begins-in-our-minds-and-bodies-acknowledging-the-whole-scholar-f315b974ced9.
Crawford, K.F. & Windsor, L. C. (2020, September 22). Academia’s key workers: preventing the exclusion of contingent faculty. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/academias-key-workers-exclusion-ab8d32374d62.
Windsor, L., & Crawford, K. F. (2020b, July 27). Men and gender equality: Leaning in and MENtoring. Medium. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/men-and-gender-equality-leaning-in-and-mentoring-a20134996825
Crawford, K. F., & Windsor, L. C. (2020, May 14). We need to talk: Gender, bias and best practices for supporting academic parents. Medium. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/we-need-to-talk-gender-bias-and-best-practices-for-supporting-academic-parents-1d833d34f5a
Windsor, L., & Crawford, K. F. (2020a, March 23). Snow days, holidays and pandemic quarantines: Why we need to be looking after parents. Medium. https://medium.com/international-affairs-blog/snow-days-holidays-and-pandemic-quarantines-why-we-need-to-be-looking-after-parents-a3dc38413548
Global South Action Network
Windsor, L., & Ostergard, R. (2019a, May 24). Media messaging and American public perception of the Ebola crisis of 2014 (Part One). http://gsan.essex.ac.uk/2019/05/media-messaging-and-american-public-perception-of-the-ebola-crisis-of-2014-part-one/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=media-messaging-and-american-public-perception-of-the-ebola-crisis-of-2014-part-one
Windsor, L., & Ostergard, R. (2019b, May 31). Media messaging and American public perception of the Ebola crisis of 2014 (Part Two). https://gsan.essex.ac.uk/2019/05/media-messaging-and-american-public-perception-of-the-ebola-crisis-of-2014-part-two/
Duck of Minerva
Windsor, L. and Burns, C. (2021, February). Are women leaders better at fighting COVID? Duck of Minerva. N https://duckofminerva.com/2021/02/are-women-leaders-better-at-fighting-covid.html
Windsor, L. (2020, May 8). Apart, Together: The separate worlds of Covid-19 beliefs. Duck of Minerva. Duck of Minerva. https://duckofminerva.com/2020/05/apart-together-the-separate-worlds-of-covid-19-beliefs.html
Windsor, L., & Crawford, K. F. (2019, September 9). Early lessons from a survey on bias in family formation in academia – Duck of Minerva. Duck of Minerva. https://duckofminerva.com/2019/09/early-lessons-from-a-survey-on-bias-in-family-formation-in-academia.html
Smart City Memphis
Windsor, L. (2020b, June 15). County Commissioners Should Back Paid Parental Leave | Smart City Memphis. Smart City Memphis. https://www.smartcitymemphis.com/2020/06/county-commissioners-should-back-paid-parental-leave/
Windsor, L. (2020d, July 27). Girl Scouts To The Rescue | Smart City Memphis. Smart City Memphis. https://www.smartcitymemphis.com/2020/07/leah-windsor-girl-scouts-to-the-rescue/
Windsor, L. (2020a, June 9). Women aren’t just preferable, but necessary, in negotiations. The Daily Memphian. https://dailymemphian.com/article/14696/leah-windsor-women-negotiating-table
Yannitell Reinhardt, G., & Windsor, L. (2020, June 23). Imbalance in power, status can lead to police violence. The Daily Memphian. https://dailymemphian.com/article/15021/power-status-protests-police-violence
Windsor, L. (2020c, July 19). A parent has questions about school reopening. The Daily Memphian. https://dailymemphian.com/article/15519/windsor
Scholars Circle (2020) http://www.armoudian.com/radio/
The University of Memphis Magazine (Fall 2017) Memphis, TN.
WMCTV Interview. (June 3, 2017) Memphis, TN . http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/clip/13383807/uofm-professor-discusses-language-use-in-democracy
Trouw (April 21, 2017). Janne Chaudron.
Memphis Flyer (November 7, 2016), Toby Sells
The University of Memphis President’s Report (November 30, 2014).