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The Covid-19 Oral History Project

The COVID-19 Oral History Project is a rapid response oral history focused on archiving the lived experience of the covid-19 epidemic. We have designed this project so that professional researchers and the broader public can create and upload their oral histories to our database. All the data that participants collect and produce will be open […]

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The SOUL of Black Folx

In 1903, W.E.B. DuBois published “The Souls of Black Folk,” a seminal work that spurred and under-girded Black protests movements for more than a century. In the essay entitled, “On the Dawn of Freedom,” DuBois suggests that “the problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color-line,—the relation of the darker to the […]

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Dave Eggers Comes to Indianapolis

When given the opportunity to interview someone as multifaceted as Dave Eggers, it’s hard to know where to begin. Do you start with his nonprofit work in children’s education and publishing? Do you ask him about his breakout memoir A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, published in 2000, in which he recounts bringing up his younger […]

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Collaboration Leads To Innovation

Indiana University has hundreds of research centers, institutes, and museums spread across its campuses, each of them drawing people together to pursue new understandings and discoveries These special environments for exploring allow researchers from across disciplines, departments, schools, and campuses to collaborate on pursuing important questions and ideas, from the study of religion, ethics, and […]

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Rabbi Sandy Sasso, the Religion, Spirituality & the Arts Seminar and Children’s Books Galore

The most prevalent word in the Hebrew Bible is not God, heaven, or hell; it is the conjunction and, signified by the Hebrew letter vav. Rabbi Sandy Sasso, it seems, has grown fond of this humble word. In her children’s picture book The Story of AND, she tells the story of a girl who loves […]

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Love Letters to Campus

While there might not be an exchange of flowers and chocolate for Valentine’s Day, there’s plenty of love for IUPUI, its sprawling campus, and the students and staff that make up the university. Being a Jaguar means something similar yet uniquely different to everyone who is part of campus. We prompted stakeholders across the campus […]

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Religion, Spirituality & The Arts Opening Reception & Performances

The Religion, Spirituality & the Arts Seminar (RSA), a project of the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute, invited 11 Indiana artists to explore and expound upon the story of Jonah and the Whale during the ninth annual Religion, Spirituality and the Arts Seminar and the accompanying art exhibition. Artists include Megan Jefferson, Courtland Blade, Claudia […]

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IUPUI Art & Ethics Seminar

The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library welcomes faculty of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute in delivering their first Public Art & Ethics Seminar for 2020 at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library. This session will introduce several big ethical questions as a way to think about contemporary public art. Co-hosted by IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute Director and KVML […]

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Polis Center at IUPUI collaborating on ‘Encyclopedia of Indianapolis’

Information on the development of Indianapolis over the two centuries since its founding will be freely accessible in an updated, digital “Encyclopedia of Indianapolis,” currently under development and scheduled for a launch date in December. This dynamic, highly visual and interactive platform will provide researchers with information on how Indianapolis and Central Indiana have changed […]

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Hoosiers Celebrate Women’s Suffrage

Anita Morgan presents: Gaining “The Power to Protect Herself”: Sixty-Nine Years of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Indiana. Growing from a small group of Quaker abolitionists to a diverse organization of at least 10,000 members, the woman suffrage movement in Indiana persistently lobbied for the vote for sixty-nine years. Advancing from petitions presented to the […]