Think. Read. Talk.
Welcome. We're glad you're here. Whether on purpose or by accident, you've turned to Indiana Humanities because you're someone who enjoys the humanities (history, literature, cultural studies, philosophy or ethics, etc.), or as we like to say: you enjoy thinking, reading and talking.
Maybe you've come to find resources for your community, to learn about something or to have conversations (online or in person). Take a look around—we hope you find what you're looking for. And if not, just ask. We're here to help.
We engage Hoosiers in statewide conversations by asking questions and working with a variety of partners to create one-of-a-kind programs that encourage us all to think, read and talk.
We support communities by partnering, providing resources, building capacity, connecting, listening and uplifting.
We serve as a neutral convener for people to come together, since community grows from conversation.
We support Indiana nonprofits with grants for public humanities projects.
Six questions with Nicole Martinez-LeGrand
We met with Nicole Martinez-LeGrand, Curator at Indiana Historical Society and Co-Author of "Hoosier Latinos: A Century of Struggle, Service, and Success", to talk about her work, life and an Indiana worth imagining.Learn more
Check out these upcoming events to help you think, read and talk around Indiana.See all events
All That She Carried Book Discussion
Join The Floyd County Library at Town Clock Church for a book discussion of All That She Carried!
The Hidden Sun
Join Brick Street Poetry for an evening of haikus and music inspired by this spring's total solar eclipse.
Reading with David Hoppe
Join Indiana Humanities in welcoming Indiana author David Hoppe to read from his newest satiric novel Mondo POTUS: An American Love Story.
Are you curious about all-things-Indiana?
Go ahead. Get lost in the humanities.
We'll get you started with a recommendation.