Explore how girls who found self-understanding in nature became women who changed America.
September 25, 2023
The Mellon-funded Humanities Without Walls network has created stronger, lasting institutional connections.
In the beginning, Humanities Without Walls was an untested idea. An experiment. Building HWW’s infrastructure was an evolutionary process, with several of the consortial partners finding ways to map or adapt HWW ideologies onto pre-existing institutional landscapes, while other members of the consortium forged ahead into more uncharted territory.
Are you a graduate student interested in applying for an Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship? Join us for an information session with several of the University’s IDF-sponsoring Centers and Institutes:
Michael Kaulana Ing: Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Indiana University
September 12, 2023
Bianet Castellanos shares updates on IAS programmatic activities, including continued investments in community engagement and advocating for racial and social justice.
Christopher Carmona: author and educational activist
Moderated by Jessica Lopez Lyman: Xicana feminist scholar
Robin D.G. Kelley: historian and scholar of social movements in the U.S.
Roderick Ferguson: scholar of race and queer social movements
Kristen Reynolds: scholar of race, anti-blackness, and technology