The Center for Humanities & the Arts provides campus-wide fellowships for graduate students working in the humanities and the arts. These fellowships are used to recruit incoming students, provide support in completing doctoral dissertations and aid in scholarly research by providing summer stipends.
The Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA) is pleased to announce its semi-annual competition for graduate student travel awards. Awards of $500 will be awarded on a competitive basis for graduate students working in the humanities and arts to support travel to conferences where they will present a paper or, for those in the arts, where the student will perform or display their work.
Within one month of the completion of the granting period or travel award (Exception: Hazel Barnes Flat users submit a separate written summary), recipients are required to submit a final report (less than two pages) summarizing the project and and describing the impact on your research and CHA’s mission to “create convergences with multiple audiences for scholarly collaborations, artistic inspiration, and community building, all while fostering an environment of equity and inclusion that strengthens and enhances academic excellence.” Please also provide information on any plans for publication, if applicable.
The Hazel Barnes Flat in the heart of London is a gift to scholars in the humanities and arts by Hazel Barnes (1915-2008), the much admired professor of Philosophy at CU-Boulder and founder of the Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities. Her will stipulates that the flat be made available to faculty and graduate students in the humanities and the arts and that its operation be entrusted to the Center for Humanities & the Arts and its Director.
This consortium is an innovative effort to maximize the benefits of intellectual and administrative collaboration while granting participating programs autonomy in their pursuit of excellence.