Indiana Humanities announces inaugural class of Humanities Action Fellows
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Indiana Humanities announces inaugural class of Humanities Action Fellows

Fellowships for early-career humanities professionals help put their visions into action

October 3, 2019
Remembering <i>Frankenstein</i> and what’s next for <i>One State / One Story</i>
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Remembering Frankenstein and what’s next for One State / One Story

Frankenstein Program Manager, Megan Telligman, briefly recaps One State / One Story: Frankenstein and what's ahead for our next statewide read.

September 30, 2019
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
More than 20 communities to host speakers exploring Indiana’s urban/rural dynamic
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More than 20 communities to host speakers exploring Indiana’s urban/rural dynamic

Indiana Humanities helps organizations host talks in communities across the state as part of the group’s INseparable initiative

June 5, 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
Fairbanks Symposium at the University of Indianapolis to examine Unigov at 50
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Fairbanks Symposium at the University of Indianapolis to examine Unigov at 50

The Sixth Annual Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, scheduled for May 15, 2019, at the University of Indianapolis, features national and local thought leaders who will discuss the lasting impact of urban consolidation in central Indiana. “Unigov at 50: The Blueprint of the Urban Midwest?” studies the legacy of merging local governments in Indianapolis and the implications for modern cities that have yet to undergo the process.

May 1, 2019
What we learned from the Our Towns: Indiana Tour with James and Deborah Fallows
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What we learned from the Our Towns: Indiana Tour with James and Deborah Fallows

We traveled to four communities and saw more than 400 Hoosiers with authors James and Deborah Fallows to kick off our new two-year INseparable initiative. Here's what we learned.

March 22, 2019
New INseparable book collection for reading groups
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New INseparable book collection for reading groups

In honor of our INseperable initiative, we’ve curated an INseparable book collection for our Novel Conversations lending library. The collection explores urban, rural and suburban dynamics in Indiana, the Midwest and the country at large.

March 12, 2019