Hall Center For The Humanities

Scholarly Programs


Colloquia

Colloquia

Each year the Center hosts an interdisciplinary faculty colloquium based around a theme chosen by the colloquium director. Both the participants and director are chosen by competition. In addition, the Center periodically co-sponsors thematic colloquia with various University partners.


Seminars

Seminars

The Hall Center currently sponsors seven ongoing seminars which bring together faculty and graduate students from different departments for interdisciplinary dialogue and discussion and to present research. Many of the seminars also invite visiting speakers from other US universities and from overseas.


Workshops

Workshops

The Center sponsors workshops for faculty and graduate students, according to demand and funding. The main workshops assist the development of research grant proposals and faculty publications.


Projects

Research Projects

The Center sponsors sponsors a number of collaborative research projects, most of which involve organizations and investigators from outside the University.


Resident Fellows

The Center is home to two Hall Distinguished Professors and awards residential fellowships to five KU faculty members each year. Beginning in 2006-2007, we began hosting the Simons Public Humanities Fellow and the Richard and Jeannette Sias Graduate Fellows.


Faculty Authors

Faculty Authors

The Hall Center assists faculty to develop and complete their research, and secure its publication. Learn more about KU Faculty Authors and the publications that owe their conception, development and publication, at least in part, to the support of the Hall Center.

Featured Resident Fellow



Jorge Pérez

Jorge Pérez, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, will work on his book project “Confessional Cinema: Religion and Film the Spanish Public Sphere (1957-1975).”


Featured Publication

Chosen People: The Rise of American Black Israelite Religions
by Jacob Dorman


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