Anderson Language Technology Center (ALTEC ) supports language learning with audio-visual materials and state of the art equipment. Their Directed Independent Language Study (DILS) program offers the possibility of studying less-commonly taught languages with a native speaker.
The Center of the American West creates forums for the exchange of ideas and perspectives with respect to the American West, including a Distinguished Lecture Series that brings to Colorado accomplished public figures to present an original talk about the American West.
The Center for Asian Studies (CAS) is an interdisciplinary organization located on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado that brings together faculty, students, and community members to encourage and support Asian scholarship across disciplinary and college boundaries.
The Center for Humanities and the Arts (CHA) serves as a focal point for humanistic research, creative work, and artistic performance at CU Boulder. CHA organizes an annual seminar and associated lecture series, sponsors symposia on vital topics, and hosts the Cox Family Visiting Scholars.
The Center for Media, Religion and Culture is a clearing-house of information for those interested in exploring the intersection of media, religion, and culture, including fellowship information for those interested in studying this vibrant field.
The Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (CMEMS ) facilitates and encourages the interdisciplinary study of the premodern world in a global context, crossing boundaries of period, nation, language and discipline.
The Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies (CNAIS) is a vibrant organization that brings together the best of theory and practice, cross-disciplinary research, and collaboration among the University and its constituents, to improve educational access for Native American students and advance research on issues facing Native American and Indigenous peoples in the US and around the world.
The CU Mediterranean Studies Group aims to develop Mediterranean Studies at CU-Boulder and promote interdisciplinary collaboration and discussion among the broadest possible spectrum, with a view to encouraging research and teaching in the emerging field of Mediterranean Studies.
The Program in Jewish Studies, an interdisciplinary unit of the College of Arts and Sciences, offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jewish Studies as well as minors in Jewish Studies and Hebrew Studies. The primary goal of the program is to explore Jewish culture, history, society, and thought while equipping students with a fluency in a number of the disciplines offered through the College of Arts & Sciences. Also home to the Post-Holocaust American Judaism Archive.
The Tibet Himalaya Initiative seeks to promote research, educational opportunities, cultural exchange, and public understandings about Tibet and the Himalayas as the region undergo rapid social, cultural, and environmental transformations.
Theta Alpha Kappa is the National Honor Society for Religious Studies/Theology, dedicated to encouraging academic excellence in the study of religion and/or theology with two hundred chapters nationally.
The North American Association for the Study of Religion (NAASR) encourages the historical, comparative, structural, theoretical, and cognitive approaches to the study of religion among North American scholars.
The Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life seeks to promote a deeper understanding of issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs by examining a range of issues concerning religion and American society and exploring the role of religion in world affairs.
The Religion and Culture Web Forum is an online forum for thought-provoking discussion on the relationship of scholarship in religion to culture and public life, sponsored by the Marty Center, the research arm of the University of Chicago Divinity School.
The Immanent Frame publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on secularism, religion, and the public sphere. The blog serves as a forum for ongoing exchanges among leading scholars across the social sciences and humanities.
The Wabash Center supports teachers of religion and theology in higher education through meetings and workshops, grants, a journal and other resources to make accessible the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Public Voice: Feminism in Religion Forum is a blog focused on feminism in religion in all its diversity and variety, featuring debates current events and the latest research plus book reviews, teaching techniques, opportunities and events.
A website sponsored by the American Academy of Religion and funded by the Lilly Endowment, this site is an information resource for the academic study of religion, including information on common misconceptions, pressing issues, what one can do with a religious studies degree and how to get started.
The American Academy of Religion (AAR) is a professional association of scholars that promotes the ongoing reflection upon and understanding of religious traditions, issues, questions, and values through excellence in scholarship and teaching in the field of religion.