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Posted on June 21st, 2021 in In-Progress, Research by Aaron Dusso

Sociology Professor Robert White is the Director of the Irish Republican Movement Collection, an online resource for persons interested in one of the oldest social movements in the world. https://ulib.iupui.edu/digitalcollections/IrishRepublicanMovement  He is currently working with digital librarians in the University Library to place online photographs from the files of The Irish People, a weekly newspaper …

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Posted on June 13th, 2021 in Community Engagement, Creative Activity, Research by Aaron Dusso

by Dr. Scott Pegg In 2017, I travelled to the unrecognized Republic of Somaliland as an international election observer for their presidential elections. In May 2021, I again had the chance to return to Somaliland as an international election observer for their parliamentary and local council elections held on May 31, 2021. This time, I …

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Posted on May 27th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Bill Blomquist published the article titled, “Path Dependence, Evolution of a Mandate and the Road to Statewide Sustainable Groundwater Management,” in the journal Society & Natural Resources. Abstract: SGMA is a landmark transition in California water policy. For local governments engaged in managing at-risk groundwater basins, SGMA brought a transformation of responsibility and authority. …

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Posted on April 21st, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research, Student/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Emily Beckman and SLA graduate Chad Childers recently published an article titled, “An Essential Hospice Experience Course for Preclinical Students,” in the journal Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. Abstract This article proposes an undergraduate hospice experience course as a new model of experiential learning, one that would provide effective preparation for students entering medical …

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Posted on April 12th, 2021 in Book, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Paul Mullins recently published his new book, Revolting Things: An Archeology of Shameful Histories and Repulsive Realities with the University Press of Florida. Overview In this book, Paul Mullins examines a wide variety of material objects and landscapes that induce anxiety, provoke unpleasantness, or simply revolt us. Bringing archaeological insight to subjects that are …

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Posted on April 7th, 2021 in Article, Award, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Vijay O. Lulla and Dr. Owen J. Dwyer’s article “Racial Segregation in Indianapolis, 1990-2010: A Spatial Perspective,” won the George C. Roberts Award for best paper published in the Midwest Social Science Journal. Abstract The index of dissimilarity is the most widely used method for measuring racial segregation. When applied to Indianapolis, this index …

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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 29th, 2021 in Community Engagement, Media, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Katharine Head was recently asked to serve as an expert contributor to the National Communication Association podcast “Communication Matters: The NCA Podcast.”  The episode is called “Public Health Communication, Vaccine Rollouts, and More.”  In this episode, we reflect on how public health communication about COVID-19 has changed one year into the pandemic, and we …

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Posted on March 26th, 2021 in Book, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Obioma G. Nnaemeka is the co-editor of a new book titled, Gendered Violence and Human Rights in Black World Literature and Film.   Book Description: This book investigates how the intersection between gendered violence and human rights is depicted and engaged with in Africana literature and films. The rich and multifarious range of film …

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Posted on March 24th, 2021 in Book, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

One of the earliest sources of humanity’s religious impulse was severe weather, which ancient peoples attributed to the wrath of storm gods. Enlightenment thinkers derided such beliefs as superstition and predicted they would pass away as humans became more scientifically and theologically sophisticated. But in America, scientific and theological hubris came face-to-face with the tornado, …

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