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History Hunters

Join us on Facebook for a live discussion with Dr. Adam Henze as he presents his program, "This Road": A Poetic Search for Home.
Registration is Closed
History Hunters

Time & Location

Aug 11, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
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About The Event

Dr. Adam Henze is a researcher, educator, and spoken word artist, and has shared his work in over 30 states, as well as Puerto Rico, Canada, England, and Ireland. He is the co-founder of Slam Camp, a summer writing academy for teenage poets, and is the director of The Power of a Sentence, a writing workshop series at a women’s prison in Indianapolis. 

Adam earned a PhD in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education at Indiana University, where he also works as a Research Associate at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community. He currently serves as a Bureau Speaker for Indiana Humanities, is the Master of Ceremonies at the Missouri Scholar’s Academy, and is the Official Poet of the Indianapolis 500. Adam has facilitated educational programming at over a dozen prisons and juvenile detention centers in IN, FL, KY, IL, and AR. Articles about his work as an artist and educator have appeared in The Japan Times, NPR, PBS, Big Ten Network, Chalkbeat, USA Today, and The Indianapolis Star. Adam is a Program Director at Southern Fried Poetry, Inc., which hosts one of the largest and longest-running poetry slam festivals in the world.

Special thanks to Indiana Humanities and Grandstaff-Hentgen Funeral Services for making this program possible.  

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