Frankenstein
Frankenstein: The Big Questions

Learn about the themes animating One State / One Story and meet the people who will help us explore them.

August 14, 2017
Hot off the Press
Indiana Humanities receives prestigious $300,000 NEH grant for Frankenstein-related programming

The grant will expand and create new programmatic opportunities for communities across the state through One State / One Story: Frankenstein.

August 2, 2017
Frankenstein
One State / One Story: Frankenstein—See what’s coming to life

Leah Nahmias, director of programs, details upcoming Frankenstein programs, made possible by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

August 2, 2017
Quantum Leap
Field Trip to Link Observatory: A Recap

On July 28, we took our first Quantum Leap Field Trip to Link Observatory. There, we gazed at the stars and considered our place in the universe. Here's what we learned.

August 1, 2017
Leap into the Final Frontier at Link Observatory
Quantum Leap
Leap into the Final Frontier at Link Observatory

Explore the history behind Goethe Link Observatory before our July 28 field trip.

July 13, 2017
Four Things We Learned From Adrian Matejka
Quantum Leap
Four Things We Learned From Adrian Matejka

On May 25, we hosted Indianapolis native and Pulitzer Prize nominee Adrian Matejka for a conversation and book launch of his new volume of poetry, Map to the Stars. We were thrilled to hear him read from his new collection and talk with Adrian about his work and life. Our minds …

May 26, 2017
Leap into these good books
Quantum Leap
Leap into these good books

In honor of our Quantum Leap initiative, we’ve curated a Quantum Leap book collection for our Novel Conversations lending library. The collection combines the old with the new, beloved classics with hot bestsellers, fiction with nonfiction and, most of all, STEM with the humanities.

May 18, 2017
5 Things We Learned From Alan Lightman
Quantum Leap
5 Things We Learned From Alan Lightman

On April 20, more than 100 people joined us for an INconversation with Alan Lightman and Rabbi Sandy Sasso to kick off Indiana Humanities’ new Quantum Leap theme. We covered topics such as immortality, spirituality, time, physics, creativity and more. With apologies for what we have certainly left out, here are five takeaways for those who couldn't join us.

April 24, 2017