Art History MA at University of Nebraska-Lincoln | Application Deadline 1/2/2022

Nebraska’s Masters Program in Art History is pleased to announce continued funding (tuition waiver plus stipend) for our MA students, including:

  *   The Stuart & Lynn Embury Teaching Assistantship. Preference to students writing their thesis in American art.
  *   School of Art Teaching Assistantship.
  *   Great Plains Art Museum Research Assistantship. Assist the Curator with exhibitions, research, and management.
  *   Candidates specializing in Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology have the opportunity to attend Dr. Michael Hoff’s Archaeological Field School at Antiochia ad Cragum. Students can apply to the College for financial assistance for study abroad.

For applications click here. Applications are due February 1, 2022.

The M.A. in Art History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln focuses on the latest pedagogical and professional practices, anticipating and shaping the art historical work of the future. With around five students accepted per year, our intimate program engages with a variety of theoretical lenses such as queer theory, material culture, and histories and theories of sensory perception. Our graduates are pursuing PhDs at Cornell, Columbia, NYU, Emory and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as working and teaching in universities, colleges, galleries, museums, and tech start-ups across the country.

Students may choose a sub-specialization in areas such as the Digital Humanities at UNL’s internationally-known Center for Digital Research in the Humanities. Alliances with the Water for Food Global Institute and the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts support and encourage additional transdisciplinary research, emphasizing field-specific skills in writing and data visualization.

As a Carnegie-designated Tier 1 research university and a member of the Big Ten Academic Alliance, the University of Nebraska provides a rigorous laboratory for developing creative problem-solving skills that challenge and augment the discipline of art history. Lincoln’s rapid growth in the last five years makes it one of the Midwest’s most exciting new cultural corridors.

If you have questions about the program please contact me, or any of the art history faculty.

  *   Katie Anania. Assistant Professor. Modern and Contemporary Art.
  *   Andrea Bolland. Associate Professor. Renaissance and Baroque Art.
  *   Michael Hoff. Professor. Ancient Greek and Roman Art.
  *   Wendy Katz. Professor. American Art.