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Posted on February 21st, 2024 in Award, Faculty, Publication, Research by Carrie E. Foote

Congratulations to Elizabeth Nelson, Indiana University-Indianapolis for winnning the Annual Book Award from the National Council on Public History, which recognizes outstanding scholarship that addresses the theory and/or practice of public history or that includes the products of public history work. Click here to purchaes the book, Co Edited with Michelle Jones, New York University, …

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Head Shot
Posted on February 17th, 2024 in Book Chapter, Community Engagement, Creative Activity, Faculty, Publication by Carrie E. Foote

Dr. Amy Shansami, Sociology IU-I, has a chapter in the newly published anthology, Home: Multilingual Funds of Knowledge Parent Stories. The Anthology project is spearheaded by IU Columbus Education Associate Professor Laura Liu to foster community sharing of multicultural, multilingual funds of knowledge, resulting in an anthology of 15 parent-written stories. The publication features children’s …

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Drs Brann and Bute
Posted on February 7th, 2024 in Article, Faculty, Media, Publication, Research by Carrie E. Foote

Drs. Jennifer Bute and Maria Brann, along with a team of researchers from across the country, recently published a novel screening tool, Reproductive Grief Screen, to identify patients who may be experiencing ongoing, complicated grief following a pregnancy loss.  Click here for the press release highlighting the critical importance of this new tool and read …

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Dr. Hayes
Posted on February 5th, 2024 in Book, Faculty, Publication, Research by Carrie E. Foote

Dr. Kelly Hayes, Dept. of Religious Studies newly published work, Spirits of the Space Age: The Imagined World of Brazil’s Valley of the Dawn, details the historical emergence of The Valley of the Dawn, a highly eclectic new religious movement known for its spectacular material culture and all-encompassing aesthetics. Drawing on extensive ethnographic fieldwork, Kelly …

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Posted on February 2nd, 2024 in Faculty, Publication by Carrie E. Foote

Dr. Rachel Wheeler, Chair of the Department of Religous Studies at IU-I published and excellent and timely opinion piece in Inside Higher Ed, titled: A Cure for Humanities Deficiency Syndrome. She eloquently lays out a strong argument against the logic that has led to many universities across the country cutting Humanities programs. To help save …

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Professor Layden
Posted on January 29th, 2024 in Book, Faculty, Media, Publication by Carrie E. Foote

Assistant Professor of English Sarah Layden‘s new book of short stories, Imagine Your Life Like This, was reviewed by Kathryn Ludwig for the Indiana Authors Awards book reviews, which makes the reviews available to newspapers across the state. Layden was interviewed about the book by Indiana Humanities/Indiana Authors Awards. Click here to Watch the interview:  …

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head Shot
Posted on November 25th, 2023 in Award, Faculty, Publication, Research by Carrie E. Foote

A recently published chapter by Professor Kenzie Mintus, coauthored with Scott D. Landes at Syracuse University, has won the Best Chapter Award in Volume 14 of Research in Social Science and Disability (Emerald Publishing). The chapter is entitled “Integrating the Social and Political Dimensions of Disability into Life Course Theory.” Recipients of the Editor’s choice …

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Posted on November 13th, 2023 in Book, Faculty, Publication by Carrie E. Foote

Estela Ene, English Professor, IU-I, is one of several editors on this important new book . EFL Writing Teacher Education and Professional Development: Voices from Under-represented Contexts. Multilingual Matters. The collection explores how EFL writing teacher education is shaped, given teachers’ unique local contexts and circumstances. The chapters prioritize local voices and materials in order …

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Pciture of Dr Bjork
Posted on November 8th, 2023 in Article, Publication by Carrie E. Foote

Professor Jonas Bjork publishes informative research findings discussing how publishers of two prominent New York newspapers viewed the role of foreign correspondence in the late 1840s, a time when innovations such as the telegraph and the steamship were revolutionizing the way news was gathered and transmitted.  Published in the prestigous American Journalism, click here to …

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Dawahares family
Posted on May 2nd, 2023 in Announcements, Article, Community Engagement, Faculty, Featured, Publication, Research by David E. Hoegberg

For Arab American Heritage Month, Professor Edward Curtis explores his own Arab American roots in Southern Illinois, where his Syrian-Lebanese great-grandfather settled in 1899. What he discovered—a secret love affair and the surprising sympathetic press coverage—challenges what we think we know about the small-town Midwest. His article, “Moses of Cairo (Illinois),” was published April 24 …

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