Streaming Tuesdays at 8:00pm on Facebook
Quarantine(d) Conversations is a weekly series of A&H talks and presentations about COVID-19 and related phenomena. The program is designed to show how the arts and humanities can provide useful perspectives and frameworks for understanding and addressing the current historical crisis. The talks will cover everything from the disease itself to its historical, cultural, social, and experiential dimensions. Each one will begin with a significant object (a poem, painting, a city, a mask, an egg carton, etc.) and expand from there. This object-based approach will give our public audience a much-needed hook to access the ideas in the talk and potentially discuss and share them with others.
Panelists will include faculty from IU Bloomington, IUPUI, and other experts from around the Hoosier state, chosen in collaboration with Indiana Humanities