The Department of Art History and Archaeology offers programs of instruction in the history, theory, and criticism of art and archaeology. These programs are intended to prepare students for careers in scholarship and teaching and in curatorial work and museum administration as well as for independent research and critical writing.
Students in the PhD in Art History program are encouraged to situate art in its historical context, to analyze its impact on the world around us, and to develop theoretical frameworks that contribute to critical thinking and engage with debates in the field. The program involves coursework, two foreign languages, two comprehensive examinations in minor and major fields.
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The Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory comprises three streams of research-based learning and practice: Art History, with a particular focus on theoretical and critical discourses concerning the social impact of art and visual representation at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; Critical and Curatorial Studies, examining through research and exhibition.
The Department of Art History and Archaeology offers programs of instruction in the history, theory and criticism of art and archaeology. These programs are intended to prepare students for careers in scholarship and teaching and in curatorial work and museum administration as well as for independent research and critical writing.
Columbia students have interned at places like the Chicago Artists Coalition and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Art History majors often assist faculty members in original scholarship, gaining important research opportunities that prepare them for graduate school.
Applying to Columbia. Students pursuing a graduate degree in archaeology at Columbia can be found in a number of different departments. At the present time there is no interdepartmental graduate program in archaeology. If you are interested in pursuing a Ph.D in archaeology, please apply through one of the departments below: Departments.
Department Statement on Black Lives Matter June 12, 2020 To Our Students, Alumni, Colleagues, and Community: The Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory unequivocally supports Black Lives Matter and Black activists across Turtle Island and around the world who have led and catalyzed the movement to address and eliminate ongoing state, institutional, and police anti-Black violence and.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Art History In the Doctoral Program students deepen their exploration of art history and demonstrate their ability to carry out original scholarship. The department advises doctoral students in the following areas of study: late medieval art and culture, modern European art and culture from the 18th to the 20th centuries, and American art and culture.
PhD students of Early China can pursue dissertation research on a wide range of topics in any subperiod from Shang to Han along either the history track or archaeology track. The archaeology track involves substantial work with Columbia’s anthropologists and archaeologists of other world regions.
PhD Program The Ph.D. Program in Theatre Administered by the Department of English and Comparative Literature and the Theatre Program, the Columbia Ph.D. Program in Theatre encourages students to explore the reciprocal relationships between performance and scholarship, criticism and creation, theory and practice in one of the world's great centers of theatrical performance, New York City.
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Columbia’s Translation Center (later the Center for Literary Translation) is founded by School of the Arts Interim Dean and Writing program’s first Chair, Frank MacShane, under a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the NY State Council on the Arts, to encourage and reward excellence in literary translation, awarding fellowships and publishing a newsletter and the journal.
The PhD Program in Art History at the University of Chicago offers multifaceted art historical training including object-driven teaching and research, robust language offerings, and opportunities for extensive coursework in other disciplines across the Humanities Division, the Social Sciences Division, and the Divinity School, among others.Graduate students benefit from vibrant partnerships.