The CHA Annual Report is an overview of what the Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA) has accomplished and offered throughout July 2021 - July 2022.
At the University of Colorado Boulder, the CHA supports faculty and students in new research, creates collaborations across departments, incubates new forms of graduate teaching and training, and connects to the broader community.
Locate the print version (PDF) file here: 2021 - 2022 CHA Annual Report (Print Version)
The CHA provides campus-wide fellowships and highly competitive travel grants for graduate students working in the humanities and the arts. These fellowships and grants are used to recruit incoming students, provide support in completing doctoral dissertations, and aid in scholarly research by providing summer stipends and travel to conferences where they will present a paper or, for those in the arts, perform or display their work.
CHA Small Grants
The CHA Faculty Steering Committee recommended awarding a total of $69,083 in CHA Small Grants to fund 37 projects across 20 different departments at CU Boulder supporting research, creative work, special events, and virtual presentations by visiting scholars and artists.
Departments Supported: Anthropology, Art and Art History, Center for Asian Studies, Cinema Studies & Moving Image Arts, Composition, Education, English, French & Italian, Geography, Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures, History, Journalism, Musicology, Religious Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, Strings, Theatre & Dance, University Libraries, Voice, Women & Gender Studies
CHA Faculty Fellows
CHA’s Faculty Fellowship program offers CU Boulder faculty working in the arts and humanities opportunities to focus on their research through course releases/s. Faculty immerse themselves in projects, often seeing them to completion by the end of their fellowship and attend monthly meetings to connect and share strategies for writing and making work.
CHA Faculty Fellows AY 21-22
Hazel Barnes Flat in London
The Hazel Barnes Flat in the heart of London is a gift to scholars in the humanities and arts made by Hazel Barnes (1915-2008), the much-admired Professor of Philosophy at CU Boulder and founder of the Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities. Since 2010, the flat has provided opportunities to conduct scholarly research in and around London to CU Boulder faculty and graduate students. Management of the flat has been entrusted to the CHA since its inception.
CHA Events (Summer 2021 - Summer 2022)