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Art Conservation Science. The Northwestern University-Art Institute of Chicago Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts is a collaborative endeavor in conservation science that pursues objects-based and objects-inspired scientific research to advance the role of science within art history, curatorial scholarship, archaeology, and conservation.. The cooperative program was launched in August.
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The Graduate Program in Art History offers a full-time Ph.D. that is designed to prepare our graduates for academic research and teaching, work in museums and beyond, and other careers in the visual arts. Areas in which we currently offer coursework and advising are: Global Modern and Contemporary, African American and African Diaspora, Early Modern, Asian, and Ancient and Medieval.
Graduate Programs. The Department of Computer Science at Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering is home to an internationally renowned group of faculty members, state-of-the-art research equipment, and ample resources offered by a great university. The nature of how our CS Department is structured and the broad research interests of our faculty members create a learning.
UIC’s PhD program in Art History is an internationally recognized, interdisciplinary center for the study of art and architectural history, theory and criticism housed at a public research University situated in the dynamic city of Chicago. We offer a rigorous and innovative academic education in critical and analytic thinking, research, writing, and visual literacy. Students leave the.
The PhD program in History is one of the leading programs in the country that specifically emphasizes World History as a primary field. The department’s 19 full-time faculty members offer courses spanning the globe: from Asia to Africa to Latin America to Europe to the United States. Interdisciplinary and multidimensional, the program has particular strengths in gender, social, cultural, and.
In addition to Yiddish studies, which is an integral part of the department’s graduate-course offerings, Northwestern houses a wide group of related disciplines in which students in the German program are encouraged to participate, including Art History, Comparative Literary Studies, Gender Studies, History, Philosophy, Religion, and Screen Cultures.
The Ph.D. program in Slavic Languages and Literatures at Northwestern ranks among the very best in the country. It combines rigorous training with individual attention and the opportunity to pursue a personalized program by way of coursework taken outside the department. All students specialize in Russian literature, although our faculty also includes specialists in Polish, Czech and South.
The PhD Program in Art History is designed to train highly qualified students in the knowledge, skills, and theoretical grounding specific to each student’s planned area of specialization. The aim of the PhD Program is to produce effective researchers, thinkers, and writers whose scholarship, curatorial work, and critical writing will contribute to and help shape discussion of the visual.
Misty De Berry is a Ph.D. candidate and performance artist who works at the intersections of performance studies, Black feminist theory, Marxist theory, and art history. Her dissertation, Performance, Duration, and the Black Feminist Avant-garde examines the impact of avant-garde aesthetics taken up by Black queer women and women of color in the United States as a means of survival from.
Team-taught between Northwestern, the Art Institute of Chicago and University of Chicago, this course focuses on sustained, close engagement with art objects in the AIC collection and the methods and questions such inquiry raises. Students will be introduced to basic techniques of stylistic and scientific analysis as well as recent theoretical debates that resituate art history as a study of.
The PhD program in African American Studies at Northwestern University is led by faculty with diverse interests in the histories, experiences, and cultures of people of African descent around the world. This is reflected in the depth and range of our scholarship as well as the courses we currently offer (and those we will mount in the future). The department is allied closely with other.
The PhD Program. The PhD program in this department is considered one of the foremost in the country. The doctoral degree is offered in a wide range of fields from Ancient Near Eastern art and archaeology to contemporary art and critical theory, with most of the major fields in between strongly represented: Aegean, Greek, Roman; western Medieval and Byzantine; Italian French and British.
Art History Minor. Download the worksheets below to track your progress in your minor. Worksheets for multiple years are listed, and you are free to use any from your years as an undergraduate. Worksheet from 2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog; Worksheet from 2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog; Worksheet from 2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog; Worksheet from 2016-17 Undergraduate Catalog; Worksheet from.
Philosophy develops critical reasoning skills, clarity in thought and language, and competence in synthesizing a good deal of information into a systematic, coherent picture.
The UCLA Department of Art History offers a two-stage graduate program toward the PhD. Students are not admitted for a terminal master’s (MA) degree. The MA is awarded in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the PhD and is granted with the successful completion of the first stage of the program, typically at the end of the second year, 6th quarter, in residence. Normative time to.
Northwestern's graduate program in Anthropology fosters the historic diversity of the discipline by building an intellectual dialogue between different humanistic and scientific approaches. Our research and graduate training program emphasizes the integration of the major anthropological subfields. We train graduate students to harness these strengths in basic research, in effective teaching.
Emily Lane is a PhD candidate (ABD) holding a MM in Musicology from Northwestern and a BM with Honors in Vocal Performance from Miami University of Ohio. Emily’s research concentrates on mid-20th century American Hollywood media, radio, and musical performance through interdisciplinary scholarship in sound studies. Focusing on adaptations of the film musical to radio, her dissertation.