Twelve researchers in the arts and humanities at Iowa State University were awarded research grants, three were awarded planning grants, and one was awarded a symposium grant by the Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (CEAH). “With projects from such diverse fields as philosophy, communication, history, English, art, and languages, these Iowa State … Continue reading CEAH Announces Research, Symposium, and Planning Grants
Dear Colleagues and Friends of the CEAH, When last I wrote it was a warm and sunny winter, which has now turned into a cold and dreary spring. But March was a busy month, and I have much to report besides the weather. Over Iowa State’s spring break I flew to Washington D.C., then in … Continue reading Director’s Message: April 2017
Amanda Petefish-Schrag, assistant professor in the theater program, has received the 2017 Br!NK Playwright Residency at Renaissance TheaterWorks – a professional theatre company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The company will present Amanda’s play “The Endurance of Light,” written with support from a CEAH grant.
CEAH has launched a Research Exchange on Critical Engagements with Economic Thought. The Research Exchange will act as a hub for the study of economic thought (past, present, and future) across the disciplines with the goal of offering scholars and artists a place to share their work and disseminate it more widely.
The Center for Excellence in Arts and Humanities has awarded registration grants to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, to: Kimberly Anderson, archivist, library; Julia Badenhope, professor, Landscape architecture; Chiu-Shui Chan, professor, architecture; and Daniel Coffey, librarian, library. CEAH is pleased to announce that it is able to award … Continue reading DHSI Registration Grant Winners Announced, One Registration Grant Still Available
Dear colleagues and friends of CEAH, When I last wrote in November, I noted how quickly the year was passing. We are now already well into the new year and the new semester, and the times are eventful, to say the least. CEAH continues its work. We have already distributed awards of free registration to … Continue reading Director’s Message: February 2017
Two Iowa State University faculty have won highly-competitive fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). These awards will support research projects for April Eisman, associate professor of art history in the Department of Art and Visual Culture, and Grant Arndt, associate professor of anthropology and American Indian studies in the Department of World … Continue reading Two Iowa State Professors Win NEH Fellowships
June 5-9 + 12-16, 2017 University of Victoria, British Columbia As an institutional partner of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, CEAH is able to award five free registrations to Iowa State faculty and graduate students. The Digital Humanities Summer Institute offers nearly fifty separate courses and a number … Continue reading Digital Humanities Summer Institute