Graduate Programs in Art History is an indispensable, comprehensive guide to schools that offer a Master's, doctoral, or related degree in art studies, including history of art and architecture, visual studies, museum and curatorial studies, arts administration, and library science. Compiled by the College Art Association, this easy-to-use directory includes over 260 schools and English-language academic programs in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and elsewhere worldwide. Listings provide descriptions of special courses; numbers, names, and specializations of faculty; facilities such as libraries and labs; student opportunities for research and work; information on financial aid, fellowships, and assistantships; application requirements; and details on housing, health insurance, and other practical matters. An index lists schools alphabetically and by state and country for quick reference. An introductory essay provides a detailed description of the elements of a program entry, including explanations of the various kinds of programs and degrees offered, placing the search and selection process in context. This is the third edition of this directory published by CAA.Courses NUMBER OFFERED TO GRADUATE STUDENTS EACH TERM: 8-10 NUMBER WHOSE ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED TO ... Curator of Academic Programs, Nasher Museum of Art, Adjunct/Visiting, PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1992 DR. ... 180, 000 PRINT ART AND ART HISTORY JOURNALS: 255 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO JOURNALS ONLINE THROUGH: JSTOR, Proquest, EBSCOanbsp;...
|Title||:||Graduate Programs in Art History|
|Author||:||Alexandra Gershuny, Erika Suffern, Eve Sinaiko|
|Publisher||:||College Art Assn - 2008|