Welcome to the webpage for our graduate program. You will find here practical details about our MA, Accelerated MA, MA/PhD, and PhD programs. Please consult the Graduate Student Handbook for more information regarding the programs, degree requirements, policies, and procedures. We hope that you will explore the rest of our website to find out more about our department, the faculty, current graduate students, and course offerings.

We offer graduate courses in European, American, East Asian, and African art. Students may pursue graduate degrees in European and American art or East Asian art. Students who are interested in pursuing graduate degrees that emphasize international or transnational modern and contemporary art should follow the concentration (European and American or East Asian) that best aligns with their areas of interest.

2018 Graduate Student Symposium:
"Visualizing Knowledge: Visual Culture and Its Discursive Power" (click to view program)

 

 

History of Art Graduate Student (HAGS) Association

Elected officers for the 2020-2021 academic year:

President: Sarah Dyer

Vice-President: Vidhita Raina

Secretary: Kat White

Treasurer: Ying Zhu

East Asian Art Faculty Rep: Rachel Quist

Western Art Faculty Rep: Liz Dillard

Mentoring Director: Cara Nordengren


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