PhD in Film and Visual Studies (Creative Practice.
InVisible Culture is a student-run electronic journal of visual culture dedicated to exploring the material and political dimensions of visual and cultural practices. Website. Graduate Conference. This interdisciplinary conference convenes graduate students from a variety of fields, such as film studies, museum studies, art history, and cultural anthropology. Website. On Film. Our students.
The dual-title Ph.D. in Visual Studies fosters an interdisciplinary approach to humanistic study, which, spurred by technological dynamics that increasingly integrate text and image, engages analysis of specific images, physical and virtual environments, and visual sign systems; histories of visual modes of communication, apprehension, and aesthetic pleasure; and conceptions of the nature of.
IDSVA offers a low-residency PhD in Visual Arts, Visual Culture and Aesthetic Consciousness. The pioneering curriculum fuses distance learning with intensive residencies in Rome, Spannocchia Castle (Tuscany), Siena, Florence, Venice, Berlin, Paris, Athens, Madrid, Barcelona, Marrakech, Mexico City.
The Visual Culture and Cultural Studies cluster brings together academics, curators, practitioners and doctoral researchers who share a commitment to investigating visual cultures and art practices, past and present, across cultural, geographical and political contexts. We offer expert research supervision in fields including: the visual and material culture of the city; modernism in art and.
Visual Studies PhD. College of Arts and Sciences. Program Description. The Department of Art unites the disciplines of art, art history, and visual studies and aesthetics. Practicing artists and designers are expected to cultivate the relationship of research, theory and history to their work, and concurrently, art historians, theorists and curators are compelled to engage multiple visual.
The PhD in Film and Visual Studies (Critical Practice) route offers students the opportunity to undertake advanced, original research in one of our current areas of specialisation: cinema history and historiography; sound and film; world and comparative film studies; documentary film; and Irish film and audiovisual culture. MPhil The third route, the MPhil, also offers students the opportunity.
The PhD program in TAPS at the University of Chicago is designed to be dialogical, experimental, and highly individualized. Students not only develop a program of study within the TAPS graduate program that reflects their particular training and interests, but also complement their training with a joint doctorate in a cooperating field: Art History, Cinema and Media Studies, Classics, East.