• Competition Pool
    January 16 5:30am
    Lap Swim more »
  • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
    January 16 10:00am
    In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
  • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
    January 16 10:00am
    A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
  • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
    January 16 10:00am
    In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
  • Photoshop CC 2015: The Basics
    January 16 1:30pm
    This session is being delivered online and simultaneously in room 144 in Wells Library in Bloomington. This is the online session, so please register for this session only if you plan to attend remotely. Please note that January 16th is Martin Luther King Day and is a holiday for IU. more »
Monday, January 16, 2017
    IU Calendar




    • Competition Pool
      January 16 5:30am
      Lap Swim more »
    • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
      January 16 10:00am
      In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
    • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
      January 16 10:00am
      A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
    • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
      January 16 10:00am
      In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
    • Photoshop CC 2015: The Basics
      January 16 1:30pm
      This session is being delivered online and simultaneously in room 144 in Wells Library in Bloomington. This is the online session, so please register for this session only if you plan to attend remotely. Please note that January 16th is Martin Luther King Day and is a holiday for IU. more »
    Monday, January 16, 2017
      IU Calendar




      • Competition Pool
        January 16 5:30am
        Lap Swim more »
      • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
        January 16 10:00am
        In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
      • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
        January 16 10:00am
        A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
      • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
        January 16 10:00am
        In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
      • Photoshop CC 2015: The Basics
        January 16 1:30pm
        This session is being delivered online and simultaneously in room 144 in Wells Library in Bloomington. This is the online session, so please register for this session only if you plan to attend remotely. Please note that January 16th is Martin Luther King Day and is a holiday for IU. more »
      Monday, January 16, 2017
        IU Calendar




        • Competition Pool
          January 16 5:30am
          Lap Swim more »
        • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
          January 16 10:00am
          In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
        • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
          January 16 10:00am
          A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
        • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
          January 16 10:00am
          In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
        • Photoshop CC 2015: The Basics
          January 16 1:30pm
          This session is being delivered online and simultaneously in room 144 in Wells Library in Bloomington. This is the online session, so please register for this session only if you plan to attend remotely. Please note that January 16th is Martin Luther King Day and is a holiday for IU. more »
        Monday, January 16, 2017

          About This Event

          Summary

          Philanthropy and Plutocracy: Is Bill Gates Different than Andrew Carnegie?

          by Dr. Stanley Katz, President Emeritus of the American Council of Learned Societies, the national humanities organization in the United States.


          Free and open to the public. RSVP to Nancy Bell at nbell@iupui.edu. This is not absolutely required so if you can attend at the last moment, please feel free to. Advance RSVP simply helps us know how many to expect and thus would be appreciated.


          Bio Stanley Katz is President Emeritus of the American Council of Learned Societies, the national humanities organization in the United States. Mr. Katz graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University in 1955 with a major in English History and Literature. He was trained in British and American history at Harvard (PhD, 1961), where he also attended Law School in 1969-70. His recent research focuses upon the relationship of civil society and constitutionalism to democracy, and upon the relationship of the United States to the international human rights regime. He is the Editor in Chief of the recently published Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, and the Editor of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise History of the United States Supreme Court. He also writes about higher education policy, and publishes a blog for the Chronicle of Higher Education. Formerly Class of 1921 Bicentennial Professor of the History of American Law and Liberty at Princeton University, Katz is a specialist on American legal and constitutional history, and on philanthropy and non-profit institutions. The author and editor of numerous books and articles, Mr. Katz has served as President of the Organization of American Historians and the American Society for Legal History and as Vice President of the Research Division of the American Historical Association. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Newberry Library and numerous other institutions. He also currently serves as Chair of the American Council of Learned Societies/Social Science Research Council Working Group on Cuba. Katz is a member of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, the American Antiquarian Society, the American Philosophical Society; a Fellow of the American Society for Legal History, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Society of American Historians; and a Corresponding Member of the Massachusetts Historical Society. He received the annual Fellows Award from Phi Beta Kappa in 2010 and the National Humanities Medal (awarded by Pres. Obama) in 2011. He has honorary degrees from several universities.  

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          • Competition Pool
            January 16 5:30am
            Lap Swim more »
          • Hans Op de Beeck | Staging Silence (2)
            January 16 10:00am
            In Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's film, the real and the imaginary fuse as anonymous hands assemble miniature dioramas of timeless, dreamlike settings. more »
          • Tom Sachs | Radiant City: Paintings 2000-2016
            January 16 10:00am
            A major survey exhibition of Tom Sachs’ paintings showcasing the artist’s ongoing interest in combining mass-produced pop cultural icons with a hand made aesthetic. This exhibition is made possible in part by the generous support of Julie and David Eskenazi. more »
          • Craig McDaniel + Jean Robertson | Close Reading
            January 16 10:00am
            In Close Reading, Herron faculty members Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel explore the relationship of visual and verbal modes of communicating and expressing meaning. more »
          • Photoshop CC 2015: The Basics
            January 16 1:30pm
            This session is being delivered online and simultaneously in room 144 in Wells Library in Bloomington. This is the online session, so please register for this session only if you plan to attend remotely. Please note that January 16th is Martin Luther King Day and is a holiday for IU. more »
          Monday, January 16, 2017