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Chris Lamb ( Journalism and Public Relations)


Stolen Dreams:
The 1955 Cannon Street
All-Stars and Little League Baseball’s
Civil War Das Abenteuer des

University of Nebraska Press | April 2022

Marilee Brooks-Gillies (English and University Writing Center)


Emotions and Affect in Writing Centers

Parlor Press | April 2022

Highlights from around the School

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In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Indianapolis was home to a thriving, Arabic-speaking community whose legacy, though not well-known by many Hoosiers, has made a lasting impact on Indiana’s history. The research will soon be accessible for all Hoosiers when “Arab Indianapolis: A Hidden History” premieres June 16 on WFYI.

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IUPUI and the IU School of Liberal Arts is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Jennifer Guiliano will be co-leading a new Mellon Foundation funded project, Landback Universities, aimed to collaboratively develop a vision of higher education rooted in collective stewardship of the lands on which colleges and universities sit through humanistic inquiry. Read more

INDIANAPOLIS—IUPUI has named three IU School of Liberal Arts students as 2022 Elite 50. This honor is presented annually to 50 graduate and professional students who demonstrate excellence beyond the classroom in areas such as campus leadership, scholarly work, and community engagement. These IUPUI Elite 50 represent the best of the best among IUPUI’s graduate and professional students and capture everything that makes IUPUI exceptional.

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