[Humanist] 30.474 MA, Digital Art History / Computational Media (Duke)
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 474.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
Submit to: humanist at lists.digitalhumanities.org
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2016 10:24:41 -0500
From: Hannah L Jacobs <hannahlj at gmail.com>
Subject: MA in Digital Art History/Computational Media
Please consider sharing the following call for applications with your users.
Hannah L. Jacobs
Multimedia Analyst, Wired! Lab, Duke University
Chair, Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations Communications Committee
@dukewired | @ADHOrg
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: MA in Digital Art History/Computational Media
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 31, 2017
TO APPLY: https://gradschool.duke.edu/admissions/application-instructions
The Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies offers a Master's
Degree in Digital Art History/ Computational Media. The eighteen-month
program builds on courses and well-developed strengths at Duke University.
The program requires 10 courses over three semesters in addition to summer
research. Limited funding may become available in the form of grants and
assistantships to students contingent upon positive progress in the
The Digital Art History track integrates historical disciplines and the
study of cultural artifacts with digital visualization techniques for the
analysis and presentation of research. This track prepares students for
future work in such fields as art, architectural and urban history, public
history, city planning and architectural design, cultural heritage, museum
exhibition design, and visualization-based journalism, and provides a
springboard for more advanced study in art history, archaeology,
architectural history, and visual studies. More information:
The Computational Media track is designed for graduate students focused on
the study, creation, and use of digital media and computation in the arts
and humanities. This track explores research and presentation strategies
enabled by the information sciences, new approaches to computational
processes, and new forms of interpreting quantitative and qualitative data.
More information: aahvs.duke.edu/ graduate/ma-computational-media.
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