• States of Incarceration: Mental Health First Aid Certification
    April 28 8:00am
    This program is an 8-hour course that offers training and certification for those responding to persons affected by mental illness (similar to the traditional Red Cross First Aid training). To register, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mental-health-first-aid-tickets-31648437328. Registration is required. Support has been more »
  • Italian Film Festival: Che Vuoi Che Sia (What’s the Big Deal?)
    April 28 6:00pm
    “Che Vuoi Che Sia” (“What’s the Big Deal?”), comedy, 6 p.m. Friday, April 28: Anna and Claudio are pushing back the decision to have a baby until the time they will be financially better off. Their hopes lie in Claudio’s new website idea, but the crowdfunding needed to launch the website doesn’t bring in more »
  • States of Incarceration: Mass Story Lab: Public conversation about re-entry
    April 29 10:00am
    This dialogue-based program brings together people with diverse perspectives and experiences to explore re-entry issues in central Indiana. It uses the “Mass Story Lab” model developed by Piper Anderson (Create Forward) in which the stories of people directly impacted by mass incarceration become the lens through which communities im more »
  • Italian Film Festival: La Via Della Conciliazione (The Road to Reconciliation)/ Veloce Come Il Vento (Italian Race),
    April 29 1:30pm
    “La Via Della Conciliazione” (“The Road to Reconciliation”), documentary, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 29: The Via della Conciliazione with St. Peter’s Basilica in the background is one of Rome’s most famous images. But few realize that this street has not always been there and, in fact, it should not be there.&n more »
  • Celebrating the career of Professor William Schneider
    May 05 4:00pm
    Please join us! The faculty and staff of the Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program and the Department of History IU School of Liberal Arts, Indianapolis   As we celebrate the accomplished career of our mentor, colleague and friend,   William H. Schneider, PhD Professor of History more »
Monday, March 20, 2017