September 2016

  • Religion and Ethics Seminars: Call for Proposals

    The Indiana University Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics, and Society is dedicated to connecting faculty, incubating research and creative activity, and promoting the awareness of IU scholarship in areas relating to religion, ethics, and values. The Consortium is pleased to announce a new initiative: The Religion and Ethics Seminars, a set of faculty-led, yearlong […]

  • Reading at the Table Series to feature Chris Lamb

    From Jack Johnson to LeBron James:  Sports, Media, and the Color Line Oct. 19, 2016, 11:30am-1:00pm University Place Conference Center, Room 200 Chris Lamb, Ph.D., Department of Journalism and Public Relations The campaign for racial equality in sports has both reflected and affected the campaign for racial equality in the United States. Some of the […]

  • Blue Square

    The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies presents “Ray Bradbury’s Magical Mansions”

    The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies presents “Ray Bradbury’s Magical Mansion,” an exhibition of images and artifacts from the Center’s archives. Elizabeth Nahum-Albright’s exhibition, “I Saw It At Ray’s House:” A Photographic Retrospective, will be featured as well. The exhibition will be on display in the IUPUI Campus Center Cultural Arts Gallery throughout the month […]

  • Proposal Development & Submission for Humanities Scholars Presentation & Conversation Series

    This series of three presentations addresses the value of funded research for career development for humanities faculty. The presentations give participants a basic understanding of the principles of preparing and submitting funding proposals and will culminate in the start of an actual proposal. Participants are urged to attend all three workshops. The series is anticipated […]

  • IUPUI welcomes Indy Jazz Fest, Wes Montgomery Tribute Day

    Campus and community collide when Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis hosts Wes Montgomery Tribute Day, the marquee event of Indy Jazz Fest, from 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday, September 17th at the IUPUI Campus Center. IUPUI has partnered with Indy Jazz Fest to celebrate Indianapolis’ music history and pay tribute to the greatest jazz guitarist produced […]

  • Indiana Repertory Theatre Presents The Three Musketeers

    Adapted by Catherine Bush from Alexandre Dumas’s novel, The Three Musketeers tells the story of an eager young lad from the French provinces who arrives in Paris to join the king’s guard. This legendary tale of danger and daring, royalty and romance vibrantly comes to life on the IRT stage. The performance will take place […]

  • Banned Books Week: Secretary of the Future to feature NPR Marketplace’s David Brancaccio

    On September 30th, 2016, at 6:00 pm, join the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute, and WFYI for an evening with NPR Marketplace’s David Brancaccio and a panel of local experts in a lively discussion revolving around the future of our planet. Panelists include Nanny Vonnegut, Terrian Barnes, Jason M. Kelly, […]

  • Blue Square

    Voices from Central State to feature a conversation with Nanny Vonnegut

    The artist Nanny Vonnegut, daughter of the acclaimed author Kurt Vonnegut, will read her maternal grandmother Riah Cox’s brief memoir, “I Remember Jones,” written about Cox’s hospitalization at Central State in the 1940s. Along with IUPUI Professor of English Jane Schultz, Vonnegut will discuss her family, the history of mental health care, and the healing power […]

  • 2016 Walker Douglass Symposium

    The topic of this year’s Walker/Douglass Symposium is “Frederick Douglass and the Role of Oratory in African American Leadership.” It will be held at IUPUI in the University Tower Ballroom on October 20, 2016, and the Jewel Center on October 21, 2016. Among the interdisciplinary presenters on the symposium’s first day are many prominent scholars […]

  • IU announces new international research grants

    A new funding opportunity sponsored by President Michael A. McRobbie is available to support high-impact international collaborative research projects that engage one or more of IU’s Global Gateways and the communities they serve. Indiana University’s Global Gateways in China, Europe, and India are designed to strengthen and broaden IU’s global engagement through support for research and […]