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We are an interdisciplinary association of scholars, academic programs, and research centers drawn from the eight campuses of Indiana University.

We support the Religion and Ethics seminars and sponsor events relating to religion, ethics, and values.

 

NEWS & EVENTS

 

 

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HIP: How Is It Working?

Natalie Angel; Director of HIP, Family and Social Services Administration

 

Thursday January 24th 5:00 - 6:30 pm

Shepherd Community Center; 4107 E. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN  46201

Four years into HIP’s expansion, the state director will discuss HIP’s operations and record and dialogue with insurance and advocacy leaders about successes and challenges.

Panelists: Carl Ellison, President and CEO, Indiana Minority Health Coalition Caitlin Finnegan Priest, Government Relations Director, CareSource Adam Mueller, Director of Advocacy, Indiana Legal Services, Inc. 

Free and open to the public, register/add to your calendar here.

 

Hosted by HIP: Healthy Equity, Responsibility, and Community seminar

 


 

Colloquium with Kelly Blewett; English, IU East

"Scripts of Girlhood: Handwriting, Identity Performance, and the Baby-sitter's Club"

 

Friday February 1st 12:00-2:00 PM

IUPUI campus, Chancellors

All are welcome, but please RSVP to Heather Blair (heablair@indiana.edu) so we can get the paper to you and arrange lunch reservations accordingly.

 

Hosted by the Ethical Dimensions of Children's Literature seminar

 


 

All the Moving Partsphoto of Jennifer Guiliano

How to launch, coordinate and finish inter-disciplinary projects with multiple scholars and sites

Jennifer Guiliano; History, Co-director Humanities Intensive Teaching+Learning Initiative, IUPUI

 

Friday Feb. 8th 12:30 - 2:00 PM

IUPUI Campus, Cavanaugh Hall, Room 508

This workshop will focus on how to integrate social science and humanities scholarship in the process of generating a large-scale project.

Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to Nate Wynne nwynne@iupui.edu by Feb. 4. 

 

Hosted by Those Who Know the Trouble I've Seen: Citizenship and Resistance in the African American Christian Community seminar

 


  

Announcing new Religion & Ethics seminars

 

HIP 2.0: Health Equity, Responsibility, and Community

This seminar investigates the expansion of Indiana Medicaid in 2015 under the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) 2.0. Proponents of the plan stress the personal responsibility built into this consumer-directed health plan. Critics argue that eligibility requirements frustrate people's access to quality, continuous care. This seminar explores the ethics of HIP 2.0.

 

Amber Comer Health Sciences, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, IUPUI
David Craig Religious Studies, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI

 

Sustainable Leadership and Governance

Business sustainability is an example of ethics in action. This seminar explores approaches to sustainability that contemporary firms are adopting.

 

Julie Manning Magid Business Law, Kelley School of Business, IUPUI
Kelly Eskew Business Law & Ethics, Kelley School of Business, IU-Bloomington
Steven Kreft Business Economics & Public Policy, Kelley School of Business, IU-Bloomington

 

Those Who Know the Trouble I've Seen: Citizenship and Resistance in the African American Christian Community

 

When it comes to religion and politics in contemporary America, most of the attention is devoted to white Christians, particularly evangelicals. Drawing on insights from both the humanities and social sciences, this seminar shifts the lens to illuminate how African Americans experience and engage religion and politics.

 

Joseph Tucker Edmonds Religious Studies and Africana Studies, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI
Amanda Friesen Political Science, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI

 

Renewed Seminars

 

Ethical Dimensions of Children's Literature (previously named The Ethical and Religious Dimensions of Children's Literature)

 

Heather Blair Religious Studies, College of Arts & Sciences, Bloomington

Alisa Clapp-Itnyre English, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, IU East

Megan Musgrave English, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI

 


 

Announcing new Religion & Ethics seminars

Set to run in 2018

Global and Comparative Approaches to Religion, Ethics, and Political Theory

This seminar will explore the overlapping intellectual goals of comparative religious ethics and global or comparatively oriented political theory, much of which is based in religious thinking about politics and justice.  These two fields are both combinations of descriptive and normative analysis, frequently drawing on religious as well as philosophical thinking about fundamental issues of human social order.

Aaron StalnakerReligious Studies; College of Arts and Sciences; Bloomingtonastalnak@indiana.edu

Hussein BanaiInternational Studies; School of Global International Studies; Bloomingtonhbanai@indiana.edu

Mounds of the Midwest

This seminar investigates how religious ideas have shaped attitudes to the natural environment by focusing on the Mounds of the Midwest.  It will examine the meanings and burial practices of the early Native American peoples, highlight the history of these indigenous groups, and explore the multiple meanings of the Mounds today as revealed in contemporary governmental policies and the American public educational system. The goal is to create critical conversation around environmental ethics and the complex intersections of state power and religion.

Charmayne Champion-ShawNative American Indigenous Studies; School of Liberal Arts; IUPUIcchampio@iupui.edu

Kelly HayesReligious Studies; School of Liberal Arts; IUPUIkeehayes@iupui.edu

 

Renewed Religion & Ethics seminars

Continuing through 2018

 

Economic Justice: The Ethics of Doing Business with the Poor

Islam in the Global Sphere (previously themed Islam in the American Public Sphere)

The Ethics, Values, and Practices of Public Art in Urban Contexts