March: Books One and Two are on the curriculum of schools in over 40 states. Nate Powell discusses portraying the life of legendary Congressman John Lewis.
IU's Black Film Archive Center received a grant to fund the Richard E. Norman Project, preserving many important early 20th-century "race films."
An Indiana historian returns with a new look at the state's past.
Nate Powell's latest book is "March: Book One." It was co-written by Representative John Lewis and Andrew Aydin.
Being an enemy to Richard is dangerous, but being a supporter is just as perilous
An Indiana University historian has discovered and restored what might be the oldest gramophone recording in the world, using a technique he developed himself.
A project about reconstructing physical space that currently exists entirely online will be taken up in a physical exhibition at Monroe County History Center.
The toothbrush is a hint at the Wylie's private lives, while the shards of china are glimmers of a more public existence.
Harvey Sachs' new book, "The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824," seeks to reveal what Beethoven was telling us.