ALL-IN is a digital competition that challenges Hoosiers to think, read, talk and DO. There are lots of ways to go ALL-IN: on your own, […]


The Next Indiana

As we look forward to celebrating the state’s Bicentennial in 2016, our next two-year program will focus on The Next Indiana – what do we want the next 200 years to look like?


Humanities at the Crossroads

Humanities at the Crossroads is a national initiative to research the status and future of the humanities in America, with Indiana serving as a case study.

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Community Conversations

Four Indiana communities have been selected to host a Community Conversation that will help them better understand their past and prepare for a monumental event […]

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Novel Conversations

Novel Conversations is a free statewide lending library. Indiana Humanities lends more than 550 titles, primarily fiction and biography, to reading and discussion groups all over Indiana, […]



INconversation engages a small, intimate group in interesting, engaging and insightful conversations with some of the nation’s most intriguing thought leaders. This question-and-answer style discussion […]


Chew on This

Chew on This is a program designed by Indiana Humanities to use the power of food and drink as a convener of people and catalyst […]


Spirit of Competition

Spirit of Competition examined five core elements of competition: civility, rivalry, innovation, passion and failure. Through this initiative, Indiana Humanities inspired students, teachers, community leaders, businesses and other organizations to think, read and talk about the role of competition in their lives.


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Indiana Humanities connects people, opens minds and enriches lives by creating and facilitating programs that encourage Hoosiers to think, read and talk. BH