Mari Evans’s “Ethos and Creativity” Three Decades Later: Art and Race in Indianapolis
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Mari Evans’s “Ethos and Creativity” Three Decades Later: Art and Race in Indianapolis

David Hoppe recollects his time with Mari Evans while working on "Where We Live: Essays About Indiana".

February 5, 2018
Five Things We Learned About Big Data + Opioids
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Five Things We Learned About Big Data + Opioids

A recap of the Jan. 24, 2018, INconversation with Dr. Jennifer Walthall and Chad Priest

January 26, 2018
Join Indiana Humanities on a Quest Marking the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Assassination
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Join Indiana Humanities on a Quest Marking the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Assassination

Director of Programs Leah Nahmias shares the story behind our new Quest discussion toolkits

January 10, 2018
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Novel Conversations 2017 Recap

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.

December 21, 2017
Six Things We Learned During Our Quantum Leap Field Trip to the Dunes
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Six Things We Learned During Our Quantum Leap Field Trip to the Dunes

 We’re still thinking over the new ideas we discovered about this precious Indiana landscape with the help of Krista Bailey (IU South Bend), Wendy Smith (National Park Service) and Alana Murray and Marisa Rios (Dunes Learning Center). Here are six of our takeaways:

September 20, 2017
Hoosier Student Explores New Role in the Humanities
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Hoosier Student Explores New Role in the Humanities

Luke Doughty, a rising senior at Wabash College, reflects on his position as the summer grants and programs intern at Indiana Humanities.

July 20, 2017
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Remembering Martin Schwartz, Hoosier Humanities Hero, 1917–2017

Indiana has been blessed with a number of business leaders who have been strong cultural stewards. At the top of the list, of course, is Eli Lilly—founder of Lilly Endowment Inc. and supporter of organizations such as Conner Prairie, the Indiana Historical Society and Indiana Landmarks There’s also J. Irwin …

June 27, 2017
The Low Down on Naptown Get Down
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The Low Down on Naptown Get Down

If you happened to be in downtown Indianapolis on the evenings of June 20 or 21, you can be forgiven for thinking you’d entered a time warp. Naptown Get Down: A Groovy Boozy Tour through 1970s Indianapolis was well underway, and in addition to revelers dressed in throwback duds, you couldn’t miss …

June 26, 2017