Indiana Humanities receives national award for best humanities program
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Indiana Humanities receives national award for best humanities program

The Federation of State Humanities Councils presented Indiana Humanities with the Schwartz Prize for its program, Next Indiana Campfires, on Nov. 3, 2017 in Boston. The Schwartz Prize is a national award endowed by Helen and Martin Schwartz, natives of Muncie, Ind., and recognizes outstanding public humanities programs across the country.

November 20, 2017
Mindful on the Water
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Mindful on the Water

Scholar-facilitator Micah Towery reflects on our recent Next Indiana Campfire paddling adventure at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis.

October 9, 2017
Lessons from Limberlost
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Lessons from Limberlost

Audrey Fetters, a classroom teacher from Huntington, Ind., reflects on the experience of our Next Indiana Campfire at Limberlost State Historic Site and Loblolly Marsh last October.

June 29, 2017
Meltzer Woods: A Recap
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Meltzer Woods: A Recap

Trek and Talk Guide Micah Towery reflects on his Next Indiana Campfires experience at Meltzer Woods.

June 7, 2017
Limited series of Next Indiana Campfires returns to connect Hoosiers with literature, nature
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Limited series of Next Indiana Campfires returns to connect Hoosiers with literature, nature

Indiana Humanities to continue statewide treks that inspire conversation about Indiana’s future

March 2, 2017
We have never been wild
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We have never been wild

Trek and Talk Guide Micah Towery reflects on his Next Indiana Campfires experience at Marian University EcoLab.

February 16, 2017
Autumn Sunshine, Canoes and a Bicentennial Torch
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Autumn Sunshine, Canoes and a Bicentennial Torch

Trek and Talk Guide Krista Bailey details a moving and memorable adventure at Trail Creek.

November 8, 2016
Approaching the Sacred at Prophetstown
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Approaching the Sacred at Prophetstown

Norbert Krapf, former Indiana Poet Laureate, creatively recaps his powerful experience at Prophetstown State Park.

November 1, 2016