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Word Crimes: A Closer Look at Israel Studies 24.2

Word Crimes: A Closer Look at Israel Studies 24.2

Guest edited by scholars Donna Robinson Divine, Miriam F. Elman, and Asaf Romirowsky, with contributions from leading academics and seasoned practitioners, Word Crimes, a special issue of Israel Studies, interrogates… READ MORE

Why Chiricú Journal Matters

Why Chiricú Journal Matters

The following is a guest post by John Nieto-Phillips, founding editor of Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures and Vice Provost for Diversity & Inclusion at Indiana University. John… READ MORE

Drink Up! Dry January Is Over

Drink Up! Dry January Is Over

Another Dry January has passed. Congratulations, you survived! How did you fare? Whether you participated or not, we’ve got you covered with some drink recipes to get your February started… READ MORE

Your Revolutionary New Year

Your Revolutionary New Year

New year, new you, new exercise routine! In The Pilates Effect: Heroes Behind the Revolution, authors Stacey Redfield and Sarah Holmes demystify the origins of the ever-so-popular core system exercise movement that took America by storm: Pilates.

Basketball & Bob Hammel

Basketball & Bob Hammel

This Sunday, March 10th join IU Legend Bob Hammel in the West lobby of Assembly Hall at 11:00 am before the IU-Rutgers game to meet the man himself and get your signed copy of his latest book, Last Press Bus Out of Middletown. 

The Women of Bourbon

The Women of Bourbon

Learn a bit more about the women who helped craft the bourbon we know and love, with thanks to this guest post by Cameron M. Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess,… READ MORE

Tears of Truth

Tears of Truth

By Jeffrey B. Lilley, author of Have the Mountains Fallen? Two Journeys of Loss and Redemption in the Cold War. I received some unexpected feedback at an April book party… READ MORE

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