• The Rufus and Louise Reiberg Reading Series presents poet Maggie Smith
    October 11 7:30pm
    Maggie Smith is the author of three books of poetry: Good Bones (Fall 2017); The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison, winner of the Dorset Prize and the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards Gold Medal in Poetry; and Lamp of the Body, winner of the Benjamin Saltman Award. She is also the author of three prizewinning chapbooks. Smith’s poem more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks presents Paul Mullins: "Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City
    October 12 4:00pm
    Professor Paul Mullins (Anthropology) presents "Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City."   Travel through an “invisible” Indianapolis and learn how the histories of immigrant communities, red light districts, incarceration, and urban displacement illuminate life in the cities’ contem more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks presents Daniela Shuvaks-Katz: “It’s all in the Cloud Now: Lessons Learned in Creating an Online Writing Course for Spanish Heritage Speakers"  
    October 19 4:00pm
    Professor Daniela Shuvaks-Katz presents "It's all in the Cloud Now: Lessons Learned in Creating an Online Writing Course for Spanish Heritage Speakers." Learn what technologies IUPUI’s first online language course used to help develop the writing skills of this linguistically unique student population of Spanish Heritage more »
  • Barbara D. Jackson Lecture in Anthropology
    November 09 7:00pm
    Dr. Sabiyha Prince, Researcher, Washington, DC No Plans to Leave:  Confronting Gentrification in Washington, DC and Lessons for Indianapolis As the cost for housing and housing insecurity heightens, along with increasing demographic shifts and African American outmigration, Washington, DC residents are coming together to formul more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks presents Estela Ene: "Let’s Chat: Best Practices in Teacher Electronic Feedback"
    November 16 4:00pm
    Professor Estela Ene (English) presents "Let's Chat: Best Practices in Teacher Electronic Feedback." Feedback on written assignments is crucial. Teachers feel obligated to offer it and students expect it. See the results of  research and best practices for providing students feedback in face-to-face and online courses.&nb more »
Friday, September 22, 2017