Hats off to this year’s graduates of The CUNY Graduate Center PhD program in Art History! See below for the full list of graduates and their dissertation titles: Continue reading “Congratulations to Our 2019 Graduates”
On view through July 31 at Heather James Fine Art, The Female Gaze features a diverse selection of works by American, British, Latin American, and East Central European modern and contemporary female artists associated with Surrealism. “Though often critically marginalized, these uncompromising visionaries rebelled against the prevailing cultural norms and expressed the workings of their own inner psyches and desires,” the exhibition press release notes. Continue reading “Student News: Patryk Tomaszewski Co-Organizes “The Female Gaze: Women Surrealists in the Americas and Europe””
We’ve had another excellent week on the fellowship front! Congratulations are due to the following:
See the Art History Program’s updated list of grants and fellowships–both internal and external to The Graduate Center, CUNY–open to students are various levels of study! Continue reading “Fellowships and Grants in Art History”
See below for the schedule of presentations by current students and professors at this year’s CAA conference! Continue reading “The Graduate Center Art History Program at CAA 2019”
Open to students and faculty in the Ph.D. Program in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, Rewald Seminars offer an opportunity to hear cutting-edge research in progress by scholars from inside and outside CUNY. View the Spring 2019 Rewald Seminar schedule! here!
We are pleased to announce the election of Michael B. Gillespie, currently Associate Professor of Film at the City College, CUNY, to the Doctoral Faculty in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, effective immediately. Dr. Michael B. Gillespie is a film theorist and historian who specializes in black visual studies, film theory, global cinema, and contemporary art, among other disciplines. Continue reading “Welcoming Professor Michael Gillespie”
On Thursday, October 18, Professor Romy Golan will give a lecture at I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, where she is the Francesco de Dombrowski Visiting Professor this term.
Considering a PhD in modern or contemporary art history? Prospective students are encouraged to attend our Modern Art Open Day on Friday October 12. Continue reading “Friday October 12: Modern Open Day for Perspective Students”