September 15, 2020
There’s nothing like old-time gymnasiums to create a sense of community in small towns all over Indiana. Michael E. Keating and Chris Smith’s coffee table photo book, “Chasing Indiana’s Game,… READ MORE
The city of Madison, IN and the surrounding sports scene is featured prominently in two books that have been released recently.
“Chasing Indiana’s Game: The Hoosier Hardwood Project” and “Dragon Days: The Story of the Miss Bardahl and the 1960s Kids Who Loved Hydros” both detail sports near and dear to the hearts of Madisonians…. READ MORE
AURORA – An old news clipping of the 1937 Versailles High School Frenchies basketball team started it all.
Now, seven years since the birth of their addictive “Hoosier Hardwood” blog –… READ MORE
“Spanning the period from Attlee’s surprise victory over Winston Churchill in 1945, to the equally surprising decision to leave the European Union in the 2016 referendum, Black’s book is a masterpiece of informed scholarly analysis and opinion.”… READ MORE
“Uri Bialer’s excellent and well-researched Israeli Foreign Policy: A People Shall Not Dwell Alone (Indiana University Press 2020) provides any reader with an intelligent appraisal of landmarks in the history of Israel…. READ MORE
August 20, 2020
The Indiana Authors Awards honor the best books written by Hoosier authors in multiple categories every two years—books that build on the state’s bedrock of literary tradition and provide a vast mine of material for Indiana Humanities’ rich literary programming…. READ MORE
August 18, 2020
Chasing Indiana’s Game: The Hoosier Hardwood Project contains nearly 180 unique photos of basketball gyms and barn courts from around the state, including a beautiful action shot at Shelbyville High School’s Garrett Gymnasium…. READ MORE
August 14, 2020
Tom Mould, the author of Overthrowing the Queen: Telling Stories of Welfare in America, was featured in the Indianapolis Business Journal’s article With rising unemployment,… READ MORE
August 10, 2020
Listen here to the recording of Lakeshore Public Radio’s Regionally Speaking from Thursday, July 30, 2020.
Jill Long Thompson discusses her new book, The Character of American Democracy,… READ MORE