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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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Posted on April 21st, 2023 in Alumni, Announcements, Book, Community Engagement, Faculty, Featured, Grant, Publication, Research, Student/Alumni by David E. Hoegberg

What if prisoners were to write the history of their own prison? What might that tell them—and all of us—about the roots of the system that incarcerates so many millions of Americans? These questions are addressed in a groundbreaking and revelatory volume co-edited by Dr. Elizabeth Nelson, Assistant Professor of Medical Humanities & Health Studies …

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Posted on April 3rd, 2023 in Announcements, Article, Community Engagement, Faculty, Media, Publication, Research by David E. Hoegberg

Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank failed with enormous speed – so quickly that they could be textbook cases of classic bank runs, in which too many depositors withdraw their funds from a bank at the same time. The failures at SVB and Signature were two of the three biggest in U.S. banking history, following …

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Posted on April 3rd, 2023 in Announcements, Article, Community Engagement, Faculty, Publication, Research by David E. Hoegberg

In April 1907, John Green, a Black resident of Greensburg, Indiana, was accused of robbing and raping white widow Caroline Sefton. Unable to lynch Green, who had been removed from the town, white residents rioted, attacking and injuring several Black men and threatening at least one Black family. Some accounts claim that in response to …

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Posted on February 22nd, 2023 in Announcements, Book, Community Engagement, Events, Faculty, Grant, Internships, Publication, Research, Students by David E. Hoegberg

The year 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Frederick Douglass Papers, a research arm of the Institute for American Thought within the IU School of Liberal Arts. The project collects, edits, and publishes the speeches, correspondence, and writings of the iconic African American Frederick Douglass, a runaway Maryland slave who became an …

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Posted on February 18th, 2023 in Announcements, Book, Creative Activity, Events, Faculty, Featured, Publication, Research by David E. Hoegberg

Writer Sarah Layden, Assistant Professor of English in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, has two books coming out this spring. The Invisible Art of Literary Editing, a textbook co-authored with Butler University Writer-in-Residence Bryan Furuness, will be published by Bloomsbury Academic in March. Layden also will moderate a panel on literary editing …

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Posted on February 16th, 2023 in Announcements, Article, Community Engagement, Faculty, Media, Publication by David E. Hoegberg

Dr. Daniella Kostroun, Associate Professor of History in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, has published a guest blog post on the Indiana Historical Society website entitled “Dancing the Blues with Hoagy Carmichael.” The blog post coincided with the publication of a full-length article by Dr. Kostroun of the same title in the …

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Posted on February 16th, 2023 in Announcements, Article, Community Engagement, Faculty, Media, Publication, Research by David E. Hoegberg

IUPUI sociologist Andrew Whitehead published an analysis with Religion News Service on the connection between Christian nationalism and Americans’ attitudes toward abortion access. Whitehead and colleague Sam Perry cite data that show even though the numbers of Americans who embrace Christian nationalism are more likely to identify as “pro-life” and approve of the 2022 overturning …

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Posted on February 10th, 2023 in Alumni, Announcements, Article, Community Engagement, Faculty, Media, Publication, Student/Alumni, Students by David E. Hoegberg

Throughout his political career Donald Trump has utilized name-calling when referring to his opponents. Scholarly research, however, has yet to examine the effect that this type of incivility has on individuals’ evaluations of both the attacker (i.e., the person using name-calling) and the victim. Aaron Dusso, Associate Professor of Political Science in the IU School of Liberal …

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