Call for Speakers
Call for Speakers

Later this spring, Indiana Humanities will launch a new thematic initiative focused on the ways we shape the environment and it shapes us. To help Hoosiers understand and talk about our relationships to the natural world and the implications of climate change, we will offer a speakers bureau of compelling talks and workshops rooted in the humanities and led by Indiana scholars and experts.

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The Future of Rural with Ryan Schnurr
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The Future of Rural with Ryan Schnurr

Ryan Schnurr, writer and editor of Belt Magazine, talks to us about the future of rural America.

November 27, 2020
New Advancing Racial Equity Book Collection in Novel Conversations Library
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New Advancing Racial Equity Book Collection in Novel Conversations Library

Learn more about the titles in our Novel Conversations lending library for book clubs, which relate to advancing racial equity and topics such as systemic racism, inequitable policing and/or protest through a humanities lens.

November 25, 2020
The Farm Crisis of the 1980s
One State / One Story
The Farm Crisis of the 1980s

The Farm Crisis of the 1980s by Pamela Riney-Kehrberg, Ph.D, Iowa State University

November 23, 2020