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New Africana Studies Center and Scholarship Affirm IUPUI’s Commitment to Community and History

Originally appeared in News at IUPUI As part of its long-standing efforts to create a diverse and inclusive campus and combat systemic racism, IUPUI is announcing two new initiatives designed […]

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Tamela Eitle named dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

Tamela Eitle has been named dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI effective Jan. 1, subject to approval by the IU Board of Trustees. Eitle most recently served […]

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Kathryn H. Ross: Pivoting in the State of the World and Seeing Goodness out of that

Ross will delivered the 2020 Ray Bradbury Visiting Writer Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 29. This essay has simultaneously been published in NUVO. Ray Bradbury, for Kathryn H. Ross, is no […]

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Madame C.J. Walker’s Gospel of Giving

On Monday, October 27 at 7 pm EST, Rutgers University’s distinguished historian and Africana Studies scholar Tiffany M. Gill, Ph.D. and Tyrone Freeman will be in conversation on Black women’s generosity […]

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IU Delivers $9.9 Billion Impact on State, High Return on Investment for Students and Taxpayers

From News at IU Indiana University added $9.9 billion in income to Indiana’s economy in FY 2018-19 through its investments in the educational success of its students, research and innovation, […]

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Public Scholarship in an Age of Social Distancing (Panel Discussion)

IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute HASS Research Working Group.

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Having Difficult Conversations in the Classroom: Helpful Hints

Compiled and edited by Sue Hyatt, Professor of Anthropology in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI  Set the tone early in terms of etiquette. Constantly remind people of the […]

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Jumping At the Sun: Envisioning Community and the Freedom Dreams of Black Youth

This post continues our series of guest posts from IAHI Summer Academy Fellows in which they describe their current research projects. Today, professors from the School of Education and School […]

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Arts and Humanities

A Virtual Reception with Elizabeth M. Claffey, Rania Matar, David Plunkert and Herron’s 2020 M.F.A. graduates

Originally published in the events section of the Herron School of Art & Design webpage. Join Joseph Mella, Director and Curator of the Herron Galleries, for a virtual reception as […]

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Writing Indianapolis: an interview with poet Norman Minnick

Minnick is the editor of the forthcoming poetry collection The Indianapolis Anthology. This interview, simultaneously published in NUVO has been edited for length and clarity. On Sept. 3, I had […]