The Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA) and Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) have partnered on a new three-year fellowship program (2021-2022 to 2023-2024) to support faculty working in digital humanities and arts.
We invite all CU Boulder faculty (tenure-track, tenured, instructors, and senior instructors) interested in applying computational methods to or multimodal presentation of humanities and arts-related research questions to apply for a CHA/CRDDS Faculty Fellowship in Digital Humanities and Arts for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Fellowships consist of up to a two course reduction to enable the faculty member to focus on their project/research during a single semester. We encourage applications from faculty across schools and colleges at CU Boulder, including from disciplines outside of humanities and arts; however, your project must be one that engages with arts and humanities archives/perspectives/theories/narratives/methodologies in a substantial way, as well as digital, computational, and/or multimodal tools and practices.
The selection committee will consider the intellectual merit of the project, its connection to the humanities and arts, the overall excellence of the applicant’s academic record, and the timeliness of the project in the applicant’s career.
Deadline: November 14 (Sunday), 2021 @ 5pm MT