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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Book, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Peace Love Yoga: The Politics of Global Spirituality Overview Contextualizes spiritual commodities, entrepreneurs, and consumers in the context of neoliberal capitalism Offers a clear and innovative account of cultural appropriation in some of the largest spiritual industries, including yoga Provides the reader with a lens through which to understand the complex relationship between capitalism, neoliberalism, …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Announcements, Research, Student/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

The Frederick Douglass Papers is a research unit of the School of Liberal Arts’ Institute for American Thought, dedicated to collecting, transcribing, editing, and publishing all of the speeches, correspondence, and writings of the iconic nineteenth-century African American. After fourteen years in the basement of the campus ES Building, the Douglass Papers relocated to the …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Book, In-Progress, Research by Aaron Dusso

by Elizabeth Nelson and Emily Beckman Widely remembered as sites of abuse, isolation, and neglect, many state-run psychiatric hospitals and homes for the disabled were shuttered across the United States in the late 20th century. Indiana’s Central State Hospital (1848-1994) came to a particularly tragic end, after a series of preventable patient deaths in the …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Book, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

The Other Black Church: Alternative Christian Movements and the Struggle for Black Freedom Overview The Other Black Church: Alternative Christian Movements and the Struggle for Black Freedom examines the movements led by Father Divine, Charles Mason, and Albert Cleage (later known as Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman) as alternative Christian movements in the middle of the twentieth …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

“Why ‘Dissident’ Irish Republicans Haven’t Gone Away: A Visual Study of the Persistence of ‘Terrorism” Abstract When considering “terrorists” and “terrorism”, the focus tends to be on violence — the threat of violence, the aftermath of violence, the ideology and belief systems that lead to violence, and so forth.  Political violence, however, represents only a …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Announcements, Research by Aaron Dusso

The new journal Reviews in Digital Humanities, a pilot project that focuses on peer review of digital humanities scholarship, celebrated its one year anniversary in January 2021. Co-founded and co-edited by Dr. Jennifer Guiliano Associate Professor in the Department of History at IUPUI and Roopika Risam, Associate Professor of Secondary and Higher Education and English …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

‘You can’t repeal regret’: targeting men for mobilisation in Ireland’s abortion debate by Kate Hunt and Amanda Friesen Abstract This study explores how social movement organisations involved in the abortion debate in the Republic of Ireland attempted to appeal to men in their campaign messages before the 2018 referendum on the Eighth Amendment concerning abortion. …

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Posted on March 6th, 2021 in Featured by Aaron Dusso

This site features the wide-ranging research, community engagement, and creative activity of the faculty in the IU School of Liberal Arts (SLA) at IUPUI. Please check back often to see the cutting-edge research and activities being done by faculty in SLA as well as faculty media appearances and honors. Faculty interested in being highlighted on …

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