Call for Speakers
Call for Speakers

Indiana Humanities is establishing a speakers bureau investigating topics related to urban, suburban, and/or rural history, dynamics and changes. We’re seeking proposals for talks and presentations from scholars and experts in the humanities and humanistic social sciences.

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Frankenstein Friday: Improvising Frankenstein: Bringing to Life New Stories of Disability
Frankenstein Friday: Improvising Frankenstein: Bringing to Life New Stories of Disability
December 14, 2018

Professor Jim Ansaldo of Indiana University shares connections between Frankenstein and disability studies, while reflecting on his time traveling as part of the Frankenstein speakers bureau.

Indiana Humanities announces new grant opportunities and 2019 deadlines
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Indiana Humanities announces new grant opportunities and 2019 deadlines

Grant workshops will be held in Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Madison and Michigan City

November 16, 2018
The Marvel-ous <i>Frankenstein</i>: Stan Lee’s Adaptation of Shelley’s Classic Tale
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The Marvel-ous Frankenstein: Stan Lee’s Adaptation of Shelley’s Classic Tale

As we consider Stan Lee's legacy, Frankenstein Program Manager Megan Telligman reflects on the life of Frankenstein's monster in the Marvel Comics universe.

November 16, 2018
Frankenstein Friday: Frankenslam Frankenfilms
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Frankenstein Friday: Frankenslam Frankenfilms

Poet Adam Henze performed four poems inspired by Mary Shelley and her monster in honor of Frankenstein's 200th anniversary.

November 9, 2018