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Posted on March 31st, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Herbert J. Brant has a new article in the Latin American Literary Review titled, “Ricardo Piglia’s Plata quemada: The Queer Pietà” Abstract:This study explores Ricardo Piglia’s fictionalization of the 1965 true-crime story that inspired his 1997 novel, Plata quemada (Burned Money) and in particular, the author’s creative choice to invent a homoerotic relationship between …

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Posted on March 22nd, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

“The Effects of Selective and Indiscriminate Repression on the 2013 Gezi Park Nonviolent Resistance Campaign” in the journal Sociological Perspectives.   Abstract We investigate the differential effects of selective and indiscriminate repression on the rate of protest actions during the nonviolent resistance campaign in Gezi Park, Turkey, in 2013. After deriving theoretical expectations about how …

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Posted on March 17th, 2021 in Article, Award, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Rachel Wheeler, along with her co-authors, recently won the Lester Cappon award for best article published in the William and Mary Quarterly in 2019 and the Robert F. Heizer award for best article published in the field of ethnohistory in 2019. The award-winning article is titled, “Singing Box 331: Re-Sounding Eighteenth-Century Mohican Hymns from …

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Posted on March 9th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Jennifer Bute, along with doctoral student Clarissa Bowers and doctoral program graduate Daniel Park, recently published an article in Health Communication exploring how parents use communication to manage their children’s food allergies. The study is part of Dr. Bute’s ongoing program of research exploring communication about food allergies and stems from her service on …

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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 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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