Through its community-engaged programming and research, the Center for Africana Studies and Culture provides an academically rigorous, socially engaging, and relevant learning environment for the study of Africa and the African Diaspora.
Celebrates the science fiction and fantasy author through a library of his publications, a collection of his possessions, and a journal.
Explores the connection between religion and other aspects of American culture, and increases understanding of how religion influences people’s lives.
A collaborative, multidisciplinary center conducting cultural heritage research and working with community partners to address critical needs.
Makes the human rights activist and author’s works widely accessible by collecting, editing, and publishing them in books and online.
Strives to improve Hoosiers’ understanding of geography, and supports geography education through educational materials and training for educators.
Focuses broadly on American contributions to philosophy and to the advancement of thought at the highest intellectual level of Western culture.
Studies English language and intercultural communication, offers training in English language and culture, and helps achieve understanding among cultures.
Supports arts and humanities endeavors at IUPUI and throughout central Indiana, and forges partnerships with local institutions and residents.
Digitally publishes the writings and correspondence of this American philosopher.
Supports German-American studies—including history, language, and culture—through research, teaching, and service.
Is a national membership association that inspires public engagement with the past and helps historians and other practitioners put history to work.
Edits and publishes the writings of American scientist and philosopher Charles S. Peirce.
Helps nonnative English speakers develop the communication skills, academic skills, and cultural understanding to succeed.
Publishes a multivolume edition of novelist and philosopher George Santayana’s writings, and has an archive of Santayana-related materials.
Enhances the teaching of the Spanish language and culture, and is a partnership with the Education Office of the Embassy of Spain.
Generates civic engagement through an annual festival and creative collaborations among the arts, humanities, and religion.
IU School of Liberal Arts