Dillsboro taps into its past to spring into the future
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Dillsboro taps into its past to spring into the future

DILLSBORO, Ind.—It was a happy accident that allowed this small Indiana town to make a big splash. Developers were certain they were going to strike it rich with oil or gas when they began drilling here in the early 1900s, about 40 miles west of Cincinnati. That dream never came …

August 19, 2019
Five Things We Learned about Unigov at the Fairbanks Symposium
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Five Things We Learned about Unigov at the Fairbanks Symposium

It was a bittersweet day to explore “Unigov at 50” at the Sixth Annual Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership. Wednesday’s long-planned event happened to fall on the same day as the funeral for U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, who as mayor was the architect of unified city-county government in …

May 17, 2019
Sports history ‘bar’ crawl to be held in downtown Indy
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Sports history ‘bar’ crawl to be held in downtown Indy

Indiana Humanities presents ‘Huddle Up: A Boozy Throwback Through Indy Sports History’ on July 24

May 15, 2019
Four Things We Learned on Our Field Trip to New Harmony
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Four Things We Learned on Our Field Trip to New Harmony

We uncovered the significant history of science of this tiny Indiana town.

August 21, 2018
Get the Gab on Out in Indy
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Get the Gab on Out in Indy

Our public history intern, Jessie Cortesi gives us the low down on our 6th annual historic bar crawl, Out in Indy: Dragging Indianapolis LGBTQ History Out of the Closet

June 26, 2018
Hundreds of edits made to increase presence of Hoosier women on Wikipedia
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Hundreds of edits made to increase presence of Hoosier women on Wikipedia

Learn about our day full of research, writing and fellowship during the first Hoosier Women in STEM Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

October 31, 2017
2017 TILT Recap
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2017 TILT Recap

Want to learn more about TILT: An Art& Humanities Mixer's four topics?

October 20, 2017
Reflections on Adrian Matejka’s visit to Franklin Central High School
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Reflections on Adrian Matejka’s visit to Franklin Central High School

On February 21, 2017, Pulitzer Prize–nominated poet Adrian Matejka visited Indianapolis’s Franklin Central High School as part of Indiana Humanities’ Novel Conversations Speakers Program. In this guest blog post, Franklin Central English teacher and Creative Writing Club sponsor Lisa Laker shares details about Matejka’s visit.

March 16, 2017