The Lilly Library shares treasures from its collections exploring humanity’s relationship with plants and animals, from cookery and mythology to the book arts and our fascination with the natural world’s perils.
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Stories of the Hoosier State: Two Centuries of Indiana Literature shows that Hoosier writers, whether or not they were born and raised in this state, have always thought of their work in connection with the rest of the nation or the world at large. This survey exhibition combines the familiar (Lew Wallace's Ben-Hur) with the unfamiliar (Mary Catherwood's letters to Mary Riley).
Hermann Joseph Muller (1890-1967) was one of the foremost geneticists of the 20th century. This online exhibitions celebrates his life and ground-breaking research. Created with the support of the Office of the IU Bicentennial.