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Killing the Sexually Transmitted Microbes: German Scientists’ Research into the Sexual Cause of Neonatal Conjunctivitis

The IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Dept. of Medical Humanities and Health Studies has announced that Teresa Hoard-Jackson, a doctoral student at IU, Bloomington, will present a history lecture, ‘Killing the Sexually Transmitted Microbes: German Scientists’ Research into the Sexual Cause of Neonatal Conjunctivitis’, co-sponsored by the John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Society, Ruth […]

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Kathryn H. Ross: Pivoting in the State of the World and Seeing Goodness out of that

Ross will delivered the 2020 Ray Bradbury Visiting Writer Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 29. This essay has simultaneously been published in NUVO. Ray Bradbury, for Kathryn H. Ross, is no ordinary science fiction writer. Of his short stories involving African Americans, she says “He writes, not about us but for us; he sees us as […]

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Public Scholarship in an Age of Social Distancing (Panel Discussion)

IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute HASS Research Working Group.

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Scenes from the Vonnegut Library Banned Books Week fundraiser

The outdoor event celebrated the freedom to read and mourned the recent deaths of prominent arts community figures. On the evening of Oct. 1, at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, two Hoosier literary luminaries —  Manon Voice and David Hoppe —  talked about the importance of Kurt Vonnegut not just as a great fiction […]

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OnyxFest 2020 to celebrate Black playwrights, characters and lives Oct. 1-10

Africana Theatre of IUPUI co-produces the event, which will include recorded performances BY STEVE MARTIN, originally published in INSIDE IUPUI The importance of Black lives, Black stories and Black theater is the foundation for the Africana Repertory Theatre of IUPUI, or ARTI, a campus-to-community initiative. [editor’s note: ARTI, which co-produces OnyxFest, is an IUPUI Arts […]

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David Hoppe’s ‘WordPlay’ at Banned Books Week

There are plenty of virtual events to choose from during the Vonnegut Museum’s weeklong celebration of the freedom to read. – Originally published in NUVO, by Rita Kohn Michigan City-based writer David Hoppe’s new play, Kurt Vonnegut: WordPlay will be a highlight of a special (sold out) fundraising event at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and […]

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Upcoming events at the Max Kade German-American Center

From the IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Events page. Please note: all events are open to all (registration required), are free, will be conducted via Zoom, and occur in the Eastern Time Zone. MKC Book Club Two scholars will join us this semester to lead us through a text they find inspiring, interesting, or resonant. […]

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Manon Voice at Vonnegut Library’s Banned Books Week (and more)

During Banned Books week, spoken word artist Manon Voice will be the activist in residence who engages with visitors at The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library during Banned Books week, from Sept. 27 – October 3. Manon has become a well-known spoken-word artist in Indianapolis, where she grew up. In addition, she is also a […]

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Director Vernon Williams talks about OnyxFest

OnyxFest, the only theater festival in Indianapolis exclusively exhibiting the works of Black playwrights, will be a little different this year because of COVID-19. IndyFringe —  where OnyxFest is based — has adjusted to the pandemic by holding theatrical events outdoors in its pocket park adjacent to the theater building at 719 E. St. Clair […]

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The Environmental Justice Seminar

The next online iteration of the Environmental Justice Seminar, “Indianapolis and Climate Change”, will occur on Nov. 5, 2020 from 5:00-6:30 p.m.  register here:  HTTPS://IU.ZOOM.US/MEETING/REGISTER/TJYOCUGQQZMSE9BTVJVZMOMHFL3H31TZJBPC The upshot of the inaugural Environmental Justice Seminar titled “Environmental Justice/Environmental Apartheid” is that systemic racism isn’t just limited to issues like policing and urban housing.  This seminar, the first […]