Master of Arts in Art History

Diane Speight Lost & Found

The strength and uniqueness of this program lie in the diversity of its faculty, the urban setting of the university, and the multicultural emphasis of the curriculum. Courses are offered in a wide range of fields, including: Ancient Egyptian; Near Eastern; Roman; Medieval; Italian and Northern Renaissance; Eighteenth-, Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century European, American, and Latin American; African; African-American; Pre-Columbian; Japanese; Korean; and Contemporary art. Seminars may cover topics such as Iconography and Symbolism in Ancient Egyptian Funerary Art, Pictorial Narrative in the Middle Ages, Orientalism in the Nineteenth Century, Latin American Artists in the United States, Contemporary Art History and Criticism, and Art of Modern Japan.

New – African Photography Seminar Spring 2015 PDF

Art History MA Thesis Guidelines, August 2014

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