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Dan Hicks on “the Brutish Museums”

Dan Hicks discussed his book ‘The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Colonial Violence, and Cultural Restitution’ on Dec. 8 in the IAHI’s Art+Ethics seminar. This article, which originally appeared as […]

CANCELED: Environmental Justice Seminar: Corporations & Community Sovereignty

Join the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute and the Kheprw Institute for critical conversations about climate change, pollution, and social justice.

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Helping Black arts and cultural organizations thrive during pandemic

Originally published Nov. 19 in Inside IUPUI Black arts and cultural organizations have long been pillars of their local communities, offering a variety of artistic opportunities to families as well […]

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Tamela Eitle Named Dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

Tamela Eitle has been named dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI effective Jan. 1, subject to approval by the IU Board of Trustees. Eitle most recently served […]

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IU Delivers $9.9 Billion Impact on State, High Return on Investment for Students and Taxpayers

From News at IU Indiana University added $9.9 billion in income to Indiana’s economy in FY 2018-19 through its investments in the educational success of its students, research and innovation, […]

Environmental Justice Seminar: Indianapolis & Environmental Justice

Join the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute and the Kheprw Institute for critical conversations about climate change, pollution, and social justice.

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David Hoppe’s ‘WordPlay’ at Banned Books Week

There are plenty of virtual events to choose from during the Vonnegut Museum’s weeklong celebration of the freedom to read. – Originally published in NUVO, by Rita Kohn Michigan City-based […]

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Arts and Humanities Faculty and Staff International

Webinar: Rethinking the nature of Indian-Pakistan relations

Beginning with a discussion of Pallavi Raghavan’s new book, Animosity at Bay: An Alternative History of the India-Pakistan Relationship, 1947-1952, which seeks to overturn received knowledge about the early years […]

Using The Covid-19 Oral History Project in Your Course

This session introduces the The Covid-19 Oral History Project and provides an orientation session for teachers who would like to integrate oral history into their courses.

Panel: Public Scholarship in an Age of Social Distancing