NewsArts & Culture / August 20, 2014

Center Dedicated To Iconic Author Tucked Away On Campus Of IUPUI

Tucked away in the basement of the Education Social Work building on the IUPUI campus is the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies. Bradbury is best known for his book “Farenheit 451.”Ray Bradbury, IUPUI2014-08-20T00:00:00-04:00
Listen on   Listen on SoundCloud

Center Dedicated To Iconic Author Tucked Away On Campus Of IUPUI

Author Ray Bradbury in 1975.

Alan Light

Indianapolis is Kurt Vonnegut’s hometown, but another iconic writer’s library, papers and awards have also found a home here. Tucked away in the basement of the Education Social Work building on the IUPUI campus is the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies. Bradbury is best known for his book “Farenheit 451.” WFYI’s “Morning Edition” host Don Hibschweiler spoke with the center’s director, Jonathan Eller.

You can find more info about the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies at IUPUI here.

 

 

Related News

IMA Names Its 152-acre Campus For First Time
Heartland Film Debuts Celebration of Films From India
Mini Clubman Gets Worked Over By John Cooper