Call for Speakers
Call for Speakers

Indiana Humanities is establishing a speakers bureau investigating topics related to urban, suburban, and/or rural history, dynamics and changes. We’re seeking proposals for talks and presentations from scholars and experts in the humanities and humanistic social sciences.

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Novel Conversations 2018 Recap
December 27, 2018

It was a busy year in Novel Conversations! Groups across the state thought, read and talked about countless books together. Curious what they read? Check out our year in review. You may expect some of the titles and authors, but others may come as a surprise to you.

Indiana authors to speak around the state as part of Novel Conversations Speakers Program
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Indiana authors to speak around the state as part of Novel Conversations Speakers Program

Indiana Humanities selects 29 nonprofit organizations to host authors; support generously provided by the Glick Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation

December 3, 2018
What We Learned From The Quantum Leap Poetry Tour With Tracy K. Smith
Quantum Leap
What We Learned From The Quantum Leap Poetry Tour With Tracy K. Smith

We traveled to four communities and saw over 900 Hoosiers with Tracy K. Smith to end our Quantum Leap Initiative. Here's what we learned.

November 30, 2018
Frankenstein Friday: <i>Frankenstein</i> at 200 and Beyond
Frankenstein
Frankenstein Friday: Frankenstein at 200 and Beyond

Dr. Cassandra Bausman, Assistant Professor of English at Trine University, reflects on her experiences traveling the Hoosier state to discuss the connections between Frankenstein and Jurassic Park.

November 30, 2018