IAHI Faculty Affiliates are a team of faculty from across the disciplines who work with the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute to pursue collaborative projects focused on bolstering the arts and humanities at IUPUI.
IAHI Affiliate Faculty (2020-23)
- Robin Cox, Associate Professor in Department of Music and Arts Technology
- Raymond Haberski, Professor in History and Director of American Studies Program
- Laura Holzman, Associate Professor of Art History and Museum Studies and Director of Museum Studies Program
- Susan Hyatt, Professor of Anthropology
- Samuel Kahn, Assistantships Professor of Philosophy
- Stefan Petranek, Associate Professor of Photography
- Joseph Tucker Edmonds, Associate Professor of Religious Studies
- Rachel Wheeler, Associate Professor of Religious Studies
- Jeffrey Wilson, Professor of Geography
About the IAHI Affiliates
Affiliate Faculty membership is open to IUPUI faculty who pursue arts and humanities related research and creative work, collaboration, and public scholarship as summarized in the mission of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute.
IAHI Affiliate Faculty are IUPUI faculty who hold an academic appointment and who demonstrate some or all of the following:
- a recent history of arts and humanities related publication (last three years) in peer-reviewed professional journals
- a recent history of peer-reviewed creative activity in the form of exhibitions, performances, etc.
- a recent history of arts and humanities related public scholarship
- a recent history of arts and humanities related research or creative collaborations
- the capacity to obtain peer-reviewed, extramural funding for arts and humanities related investigations
- a recent history of making significant contributions to teaching arts and humanities at IUPUI
Responsibilities of Affiliate Membership
- Support the mission and goals of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute.
- Work as a team on collaborative efforts to bolster the arts and humanities at IUPUI.
- Provide the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute with the information necessary to maintain current information about research outputs, community engagement, and grant support activities (e.g. recent CV).
- Attend IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute events.
- Include recognition of affiliate membership at IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute on all relevant academic papers, grants, exhibitions, performances, publications, poster sessions, events, and/or abstracts.
- Participate in arts and humanities related education activities sponsored by the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute.
- Facilitate multi-disciplinary collaborations in the arts and humanities at IUPUI.
Invitation to apply for affiliate status may be initiated by the Institute Director or Deans. Alternatively, the prospective affiliate member may make an initial application by submitting a recommendation letter from their Department Chair.
The affiliate application should include a cover letter that outlines a description of their work and a description of current and/or planned interactions with the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute along with a current curriculum vitae (including a description of current and past funding).
The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute Council will review all applications and make recommendations to the IAHI Director and Vice Chancellor for Research.
The appointment will be for three years and is renewable.