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to strengthen the civic, cultural, and social fabric of our nation through the humanities.
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Join us for the 2023 National Humanities Conference, which will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 25-29.
Indiana Humanities is this year’s host council and has selected the conference theme “Crossroads,” a nickname for Indianapolis, after the state motto of Indiana. The late-breaking proposals submission deadline was September 5.
The deadline for nominations was Thursday, August 4, 2023.
We look forward to celebrating 2023 programming at this year’s Schwartz Prize Award Ceremony in Indianapolis.
Our members tell the stories of our shared human experience, strengthen communities, and help bridge divides.
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Now more than ever the humanities councils are needed to support their communities. See how you can play a part in this nationwide effort!
Together we can use the humanities to help us make sense of the world.
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