Do you want to have conversations with your neighbors to explore and contemplate the Anthropocene, Indiana’s environmental history, climate change, environmental racism and other topics related to the Unearthed theme? Indiana Humanities has curated a speakers bureau of talks and workshops by Hoosier scholars and experts. From writing haiku inspired by our natural world to conversations about what it means for Hoosiers to be living on indigenous lands, the speakers provide a variety of points of entry to join the statewide conversation.
Ready to host a speaker?
Applications are now open to host a speaker. To book a speaker, review the available talks in the catalog then fill our the application form below. Applications are open to any tax-exempt organization in Indiana, including libraries, schools, community centers, local government organizations and others. Applications will be accepted on a rolling, first-come, first-served basis through the end of 2021.
Resources for Hosting a Speakers Bureau Program
Are you hosting a speakers bureau program? These resources are designed to help you host a successful event!