Carl Ipsen is a professor in the Department of History and has been at IU since 1994. He won a Fulbright, was visiting professor at the Institute for Population Research in Rome and is a fellow of the American Academy in Rome. He founded the IU Food Project in 2015.
His major publications include “Dictating Demography: The Problem of Population in Fascist Italy” (Cambridge 1996); “Italy in the Age of Pinocchio: Children and Danger in the Liberal Era” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006); and “Fumo: Italy’s Love Affair with the Cigarette” (Stanford, 2016).
He has a Ph.D. in history and M.A. in demography from UC Berkeley.
Areas of Expertise
19th- and 20th-century Italian social and cultural history: fascism; children; smoking; food.