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Posted on November 16th, 2022 in Faculty, Media by Carrie E. Foote

IUPUI sociologist Andrew Whitehead published an analysis in Time magazine of why the recent midterm election losses of prominent politicians who embrace Christian nationalism aren’t likely to change the minds of Americans who embrace Christian nationalism. Whitehead and colleague Sam Perry cite data that show even though the numbers of Americans who embrace Christian nationalism …

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Posted on November 1st, 2022 in Faculty, Media, Research by Carrie E. Foote

IUPUI sociologist Andrew Whitehead published an analysis of the growth and decline of Christian nationalism in the United States in the Washington Post’s analysis section, the Monkey Cage. Whitehead and colleague Sam Perry show that while fewer Americans embrace strong commitment to Christian nationalism, the importance of Christian nationalism to those Americans only continues to …

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Posted on October 12th, 2022 in Faculty, Media by Carrie E. 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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Posted on October 10th, 2022 by Carrie E. 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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Posted on July 14th, 2022 by Carrie E. Foote

Dr Carrie Foote in Sociology was interviewed for this article about the first ever Indiana General Assembly summer study session on the state’s criminal laws concerning HIV.  “Current scientific knowledge has resulted in existing laws being outdated, Human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, was first officially reported in the United States in the early 1980s. The …

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Posted on July 11th, 2022 in Article, Faculty, Media, Podcast, Publication, Research by Carrie E. Foote

In this latest podcast, Dr Jonas Bjork, professor of Journalism and Public Relations, discusses an article about how suspicious medical journals were of newspapers and their coverage of medicina at the turn of the last century. Advertising for patent medicines and miracle cures were of particular concern, as were reporters who lacked the knowledge to …

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Posted on June 20th, 2022 in Book, Community Engagement, Creative Activity, Media, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

“Arab Indianapolis: A Hidden History” premiered June 16th on WFYI. Dean Eitle attended the in-person premiere last week. The film will likely air around the state on various PBS affiliates (so far, Michiana and Muncie have signed on). It will also stream for years on the national PBS app:https://www.pbs.org/video/arab-indianapolis-a-hidden-history-i8qegh/ The appearance of the documentary is …

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