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Harrison Center for the Arts

1505 North Delaware Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202

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Why Indiana Women’s History?
. . . because, with few exceptions, women have been consistently left out of the story of the Hoosier state.
On paper historians agree that including the histories of women and other marginalized groups provides a more complete understanding of the events that shape our communities, state, and world. However, in practice, very few historians are researching, publishing, or posting on women’s history. Having identified a dearth of resources on Indiana women’s history, organizers from various institutions, both public and private, came together to create this annual conference. Hoosier Women at Work aims to energize the discussion of Indiana women’s history and make the papers, presentations, and other resources resulting from the conference.

Join us for the third annual Hoosier Women at Work Conference on Friday, April 6, 2018, at the Harrison Center for the Arts in downtown Indianapolis. This year’s symposium will focus on the history of Indiana women in the arts. Art historian Abbey Chambers will deliver this year’s keynote address. Art exhibitions and a “First Friday” reception will follow the day’s events. We hope you will help us expand our knowledge of women’s work in these fields by submitting a paper or panel proposal. Please take note that this year’s conference will be held on Friday.



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