Publishing in the Digital Humanities: A Case Study presented by IUPUI Religious Studies Dept.
January 26 12:00pm
The IUPUI Religious Studies Department is hosting a public workshop for everyone interested in "Publishing in the Digital Humanities: A Case Study." Please join us Friday, Jan. 26, noon-1:30 pm in the IUPUI Campus Center room 309. Assoc. Prof. Kelly Hayes will present photographs, video and audio from her fieldwork on the B more »
Dealing with Death
February 04 2:00pm
Sun., Feb 4 (IU Richmond): “Dealing with Death”
Post-performance discussion following Stage One Youth Theatre’s production of Bridge to Terabithia, Alisa Clapp-Itnyre, director
Richmond Civic Theatre
Performance at 2 pm, with discussion following
Liberal Arts Talks presents Robert Aponte: "Sixteen Bullets: The Laquan McDonald Tragedy and the Police Code of Silence"
February 08 4:00pm
Professor Robert Aponte (Sociology) presents "Sixteen Bullets: The Laquan McDonald Tragedy and the Police Code of Silence."
Malicious shootings of mostly black civilians by police have unleashed public outcry and renewed reform efforts. The seeming immunity enjoyed by the shooters rests strongly on a police “code of silence. more »
Religious Freedom Restoration Act Forum on Federal and Indiana laws
February 15 5:30pm
This will be a three-part discussion series about recent laws involving religion in Indiana.
The first forum will be on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, both the national law and the Indiana law. Does the appearance of these laws suggest a conflict between liberty and equality, specifically between religious liberty and equality more »
Imagining Youth/Youth Imagining: Folklore and Literature
February 16 2:00pm
Panel discussion of research by Fernando Orejuela (IUB, Folklore) and Rebekah Sheldon (IUB, English)
Coffee, tea, and snacks provided
(contact Heather Blair firstname.lastname@example.org for information)
Monday, June 19, 2017
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