Crossroads of America: Living Up to Our State Motto

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When and Where:
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
at Marian University

Allison Mansion, 3200 Cold Spring Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46222

Special Venue Instructions: Free visitor parking is available throughout the Marian University campus.
Presenter(s):
Richard Gunderman

Cost:
Free

Event Description:

Known as the “Crossroads of America,” Indiana needs to envision itself as an intersection in vital senses beyond the mere crossing of roads.

Scrutinize the many ways in which Indiana represents a crossroad: Historically, economically, logistically as well as philosophically, religiously, and culturally.  Dr. Gunderman, IU’s Chancellor’s Professor, will challenge participants to think about what it means to be the “Crossroads of America” and how that designation can confer many benefits on Hoosiers . . . if we’re willing to seize on the right opportunities. 

Free visitor parking is available throughout the Marian University campus.

Walk-ins welcome. RSVPs encouraged by Nov. 5

Presented by Dr. Richard Gunderman, Marian University Peace & Justice Studies Program, and Marian University History and Social Sciences Department.

IndyGo: 15 & 30

*VENUE NOTE: The Allison Mansion is an historical structure and not ADA compliant. Advance notice is needed to ensure accommodations are in place. If you need any accommodations, please email festival@iupui.edu or call (317) 274-2455.