EODIAH open house for new MA program in Art History

In Fall 2018, the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History at the University of Texas at Dallas will welcome the inaugural class of a new Master’s Program in Art History, offered in partnership with UT Dallas’s School of Arts and Humanities.

The Master’s Program at the O’Donnell Institute introduces students to a global history of art through close engagement with artworks held in collections throughout Dallas and Fort Worth. In coursework and independent research projects, students draw on privileged access to public and private collections, outstanding research resources, and the innovative and interdisciplinary research initiatives of O’Donnell Institute scholars.

Please join us for an informal open house for prospective students
Wednesday, November 15 at 5pm at the O’Donnell Institute’s Research Center
at the Dallas Museum of Art  (Mezzanine 2 adjacent to Mayer Library)
RSVP to Lauren LaRocca (lauren.larocca@utdallas.edu)

The open house will be an opportunity to meet scholars and students affiliated with the O’Donnell Institute, learn more about the MA program, and ask questions about the program and the application process. We hope you’ll join us!

In the meantime, visit us online at http://www.utdallas.edu/arthistory/graduate/

 

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Spring 2018 deadlines

Deadlines for Proposals, Defenses, and Final Submissions

Please note: All proposals should be submitted to your individual committee members for their approval at least one week before the submission deadline. (Earlier submission to the committee is strongly advised.) Otherwise, you cannot expect faculty members to read and approve drafts in time to meet deadlines.

All proposals must be submitted as a Word-compatible email attachment sent to Alice Salazar Presti. All signature pages must be submitted in hard copy.

Spring 2018

January 3 Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 11 January). (This is the last date for Proposals from students expecting to graduate in the Spring semester.)
January 17 Applications for Graduation due online (contact Pia for MA, Alice for PhD).
February 7 Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 21 February). (Students submitting Proposals on this date will graduate in summer or later semesters.)
February 16 Teaching Assistant Applications due (submit to Julia Maddox).
February 22 Last day for submission of final draft of Dissertations to all members of the supervising committee. Doctoral students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.
March 8 Last day for submission of final draft of Portfolios and Theses to all members of the supervising committee. Master’s students who do not meet this deadline will not graduate this semester.
March 22 Last day to request oral defense of Portfolios, Theses, & Dissertations.
March 28 Proposals for Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations due in the A&H Office (for GSC consideration on 11 April). (Students submitting Proposals on this date will graduate in spring or later terms.)
April 5 Last day to hold oral defense of Portfolios, Theses, and Dissertations.
April 16 Last day to upload Dissertation for final review by Graduate Studies Office.
April 19 Last day to receive approval of final version of Dissertation by Graduate Studies Office (NOON).
Last day to upload Theses for review by Graduate Studies Office.
April 26 Last day for final submission of Portfolios (to the A&H office).
Last day to receive approval of final version of Theses by Graduate Studies Office (NOON).
TBA Doctoral Hooding Ceremony & Spring Commencement.

 

Protect Manager opportunity in Digital Humanities at IPRH

Dear Colleagues and friends,

I am writing to share a link to a Project Manager position we are advertising at the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH). It’s been developed in connection with a “Training in Digital Methods for Humanists” pilot project we have support for from our provost and vice-chancellor for research. It’s also been imagined as a career diversity opportunity for a PhD in the humanities: https://jobs.illinois.edu/academic-job-board/job-details?jobID=86156&job=project-manager-illinois-program-for-research-in-the-humanities-a1700625

Please spread the word amongst your career diversity networks, and let me know if you have questions.

Thanks!
Antoinette

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Antoinette Burton, Director
Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities
919 W. Illinois, Urbana IL 61801
http://www.iprh.illinois.edu

Professor of History and Bastian Professor of
Global and Transnational Studies
Department of History, University of Illinois
810 S. Wright Street, MC 466, Urbana IL 61801
http://www.history.illinois.edu/people/aburton

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