• Indiana Humanities & Ivy Tech’s Celebration of The 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein
    March 26 11:00am
    Jonathan R. Eller Director of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies at IUPUI Kicks Off: Indiana Humanities & Ivy Tech’s Celebration of The 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein  with materials and visuals from Ray Bradbury’s supernatural fiction MONDAY, MARCH 26, 11:00 AM, NMC 438 ALL ARE WELC more »
  • Sharing Values with Children through Books: The Dilemma of Didacticism
    March 28 4:00pm
    Prof. Claudia Mills’s current research interests focus on ethical questions regarding the family, such as the rise in the use of behavior-altering medications for children, conflicts between parents and non-parents in the workplace, and intercultural adoption. She also publishes widely on moral and philosophical questions in children&rsquo more »
  • How Does It Feel to be a Problem? Du Bois, Black Moralism, and Secular Struggle for Change
    March 29 6:30pm
    Dr. Anthony B. Pinn is the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and Professor of Religion at Rice University. Dr. Pinn is the founding director of Rice’s Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL). In addition, he is Director of Research for the Institute for Humanist Studies (Washington, DC). His research intere more »
  • Against Liberalism: Islamic Constitutionalist Thought in Modern Iran
    March 30 12:00pm
    Faculty seminar with Hussein Banai, assistant professor of International Studies, who will discuss his book manuscript in progress This paper examines the decline and fall of liberal constitutionalism in Iran – a process begun in the late 19th century and definitively halted by the advent of the Islamic Republic in 1979 – in more »
  • Mohican Songs of the Spirit with Bill Miller
    April 05 7:00pm
    Mohican Songs of the Spirit is a mash up of hymn sing, jam session, homecoming, discussion, and reunion.   In the early 1800s, the Stockbridge Mohicans accepted the invitation of Miami Indians to settle in what is now Indiana but were soon displaced by waves of white settlers. This richly collaborative event amo more »
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