Dr. Donald W. Greenberg
Associate Professor of Politics
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 208
Connecticut resembles USA as a whole
"Connecticut is so crowded already," says Donald Greenberg, a Fairfield University politics professor who specializes in urban issues. "There's so little land space. There's more density."
Published in USA Today on 3/10/11
The Valley sees a changing face
"That's pretty much the trend in the state," said Donald Greenberg, assistant professor of politics at Fairfield University. "It's very much speculation, but I think this trend in the Valley..."
Published in the Greenwich Times on 3/10/11
Special elections mean more expenses, more rhetoric
And don't expect a run on ballots in cities like Bridgeport when the special elections are conducted, according to Foley and Donald Greenberg, a politics professor at Fairfield University.
Published in the CT Post on 1/09/11
Supreme Court case takes aim at violent video games
Donald W. Greenberg, an associate professor of politics at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Conn., said he believes the studies will not be enough to persuade the court to deny First Amendment rights. "The only thing I think the legislature can do, and the only thing I think that works, is labeling," Greenberg told CNS Nov. 4. The justices would have to define, and score, a test on violence in the same manner as they would on obscenity. Greenberg recalled former Justice Potter Stewart's quote on obscenity: "I know it when I see it." "What's actionable?" Greenberg asked aloud. "It's still going to be a difficult thing to determine."
Published in Catholic News Service, National Catholic Register, The Catholic Sun, East Texas Catholic on 11/8/10
Democratic governor's race heats up
"There was so much about Lamont's Senate campaign that was 'He's not Lieberman,' " said Donald Greenberg, associate professor of politics at Fairfield University. With no incumbent - no "establishment" - to run against, this tactic is unlikely to be effective for Lamont, Greenberg said.
Published in Greenwich Time on 2/15/10