College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > About > Initiatives > HumanitiesX Collaborative > Fellowship Cohorts > HX 2022-2023
Each year, the
HumanitiesX Advisory Council selects a topical theme that is both timely and lends itself to humanities inquiry. In 2021, in the context of much public debate about the issue, the Council selected
The Environment: Crisis and Action as the theme for the 2022-23 academic year.
Students in the Rivers of Life course, taking documentary photos on the Southeast Side of Chicago.
Students interviewing Chinese film editor, Zimo Huang, at their final event: a screening of the film, Anima co-hosted with Asian Pop-up Cinema.
Students and fellows in the Rivers of Life class on a sunny spring day at Big Marsh Park.
22-23 HX Faculty Fellow Tim Elliott and Community Fellow Jim Merrell, during a field trip for Faculty and Community fellows led by Merrell.
Students and fellows from the Community-Centered Environmental Action HX course pose outside the Ford Calument Environmental Center.
The 2022-23 cohort of HumanitiesX fellows included three teams, each comprised of two faculty members from DePaul's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, a community partner from a Chicago-area nonprofit organization, and two Student Fellows.
Each team collaboratively developed a HumanitiesX course related to environmental issues, offered to DePaul students in Spring Quarter 2023.
View the 2022-23 Course Showcases