Journal and as Director of Education and Outreach for ART works Projects. She is a PhD candidate completing a dissertation on the participatory and film-based work produced by two Brazilian artists, Hélio Oiticica and Lygia Pape, in the late 1960s through the 1970s. Natasha Marie Llorens Modern and Contemporary Art Natasha Marie Llorens is a American Institute for Maghrib Studies Long-Term Research Fellow, and a Etant Donnés Curatorial Fellow. Candidate studying Etruscan and Roman art. Tara Kuruvilla Art of Colonial South Asia; Historiography; Collecting; Decolonization of the Museum Tara entered the PhD program in 2015, with a BA in Art History from New York University, and a MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University. She was a Curatorial Fellow at The Kitchen, New York (2007-08) and conducted independent research in Dakar, Senegal as a Mortimer Hays Brandeis Traveling Fellow (2008-09) before arriving at Columbia University. Mikael Muehlbauer Western Medieval and Byzantine art and architecture Mikael Muehlbauer is a PhD candidate in the department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University in the fields of Western Medieval and Byzantine Art and Architecture. In Classics and Fine Arts from New York University (2011) and received certificates in Greek and Latin from the University of Pennsylvania (2012). HOW TO GET more information The comprehensive frequently asked questions (FAQs) and the online application system both contain detailed information about all aspects of the application process. We receive an enormous volume of email with application-related questions, so read this website carefully before sending us email. Olivia Clemens Arts of Islam, History of Collecting Olivia studies the arts of the Islamic lands, and is particularly interested in late medieval luxury objects and the history of collecting and display.
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Her primary research interest thus include the politics of archaeology and time, the construction of modern artistic and intellectual identity in Iraq, and the deconstruction of the complex modernist category of "Mesopotamia." Her other interests center on the history of photography, postcolonial theory, modes. He excavated for three seasons at the Sangro Valley Project in the Abruzzo (student supervisor 2014, 2015 and has excavated since 2016 as part of the apaha program at Hadrians Villa, Tivoli. She also holds.A. Overview OF THE PHD program, a small number of highly qualified students are admitted each year to the PhD Program in Computer Science. Finally, using both historical and biographical modes, he is working on a series of early 20th-century exiles and émigrés.