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February 5, 2020
The Challenges of War and the Modern Age: Indiana State Normal School during the First World War and the Early Twenties (Terre Haute)
Learn about the growth and evolution of Indiana State University during a pivotal era in American history
Event Details

Dr. Dan Clark (Department of History, Indiana State University) will give a talk, “The Challenges of War and the Modern Age: Indiana State Normal School during the First World War and the Early Twenties.” Dr. Clark will be drawing upon his work for a two-volume history of Indiana State University. The event is part of the larger “America at a Crossroads: The Wabash Valley, 1919-1920” program, a joint venture of the College of Arts and Sciences, The Swope Art Museum, The Debs Museum, The Vigo County Public Library, and the Vigo Country Historical Society.

The program will take place in the Cunningham Memorial Library’s events space.

For more information, contact Christopher Fischer at christopher.fischer@indstate.edu or 812.237.9653.

The “America at a Crossroads” series received funding from an Indiana Humanities Collaboration Grant.

Event Info
Location
Date
February 5, 2020, 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Cost
Free