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Head Shot Carlstrand
Posted on October 17th, 2022 in Announcements, Events, Faculty by foote

Associate Faculty in Spanish for World Languages and Cultures is the conference chair for The Indiana Foreign Language Teachers’ Association 54th Annual Fall Conference “Envision. Explore. Empower,” which will take place on November 3-5 at the Marriott Indianapolis East Conference Center. Our keynote speaker is Dr, Ali Moeller, past president of the American Council of …

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Associate Professor Xin Zhang
Posted on October 14th, 2022 in Book, Faculty, Publication, Research by foote

The story of globalization in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as experienced by ordinary people in the Chinese river town of Zhenjiang is examined in this groundbreaking new book by IUPUI History Professor Xin Zhang. This book proposes an entirely new way of “doing” modern Chinese history that focuses on the intense negotiations of …

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whitehead
Posted on October 12th, 2022 in Faculty, Media by foote

IUPUI Sociology Professor Andrew Whitehead OpEd in Time Magazine explains how it is vital we identify and help others recognize the threats Christian nationalism poses if we want to move closer to a country that truly exemplifies liberty and justice for all.  Three threats stand out – he argues that Christian Nationalism is (1) anti-democratic, …

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head shot dr foote
Posted on October 10th, 2022 by foote

On Oct 4, The Indiana General Assembly interim legislative study committee declared unanimous support for modernizing Indiana’s HIV criminal Laws. Dr. Carrie Foote, a national expert on HIV stigma and criminal law reform, from the IUPUI  Sociology Department and chair of the HIV Modernization Movement-Indiana was among key experts testifying in favor of reform. The …

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Head Shot
Posted on October 9th, 2022 in Article, Faculty, Publication, Research by foote

Sociology Professor Amy Shasanmi and her colleague Professor Christy Irving (Vanderbilt University) recently published findings from a study investigating whether individuals in interracial relationships experience greater risk for past-year mood and anxiety disorder compared with their same-race relationship counterparts. Results show that individuals in interracial relationships are at greater risk for anxiety disorder (but not …

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Posted on October 3rd, 2022 in Article, Research by foote

Associate Professor of Geography Daniel Johnson, examines racial disparities in community-level heat exposure in several US cities using population level census data. Results from this important cutting edge study can be used to guide and prioritize intervention strategies and further urgency related to social, climatic, and environmental justice concerns.  Click here to read the full …

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