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
5 things we learned at INconversation with Jonathan Eller
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5 things we learned at INconversation with Jonathan Eller

The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies director joined us for a fascinating look at “the October Man.”

October 25, 2017
Frankenstein
From Facts to Frankenstein: Looking to the Humanities to Support Innovation

By Michael Adams for HUMANITIES, Fall 2017 | Volume 38, Number 4

October 17, 2017
What version of Frankenstein should I read?
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What version of Frankenstein should I read?

Director of Programs Leah Nahmias comments on the versions of the novel we'll be using for One State / One Story: Frankenstein.

September 26, 2017
Five Things We Learned During Our Field Trip to the Indianapolis Zoo
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Five Things We Learned During Our Field Trip to the Indianapolis Zoo

Our recent event has us thinking about what does (and doesn’t) separate us from the animals.

August 28, 2017
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Quantum Leap programs featuring women in STEM

Learn more about Indiana Humanities programming that specifically features women in STEM.

August 28, 2017
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Leap into the school year with programs and activities that make your students think, read and talk

Just in time for the beginning of the new school year, Indiana Humanities has several programs and resources that could benefit classrooms around the state.

August 22, 2017
5 Things We Learned From Tracy Fullerton
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5 Things We Learned From Tracy Fullerton

We brought in world-renowned game designer Tracy Fullerton to help us pull back the curtain and give us a sneak peek at the years of work behind "Walden, a game." Here's what we learned.

August 17, 2017