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  1. Hi all, I've been trying to research PhD programs that have a more interdisciplinary approach - I have an MA in contemporary art history where I focused on public art and crime - but my PhD project will be focused on how art history is written, perceived and populated. This will involve the cult of celebrity, power and politics, gender studies, crime in the art world etc. I figured the best people to ask are those out there doing it! Can you recommend programs that are quite contemporary and are not traditional in terms of their understanding of art history as a discipline? I've been through '21 apps and am on the wait list for Ryerson and McMaster but I assume I'll be re-applying next year. My list so far: Edinburgh College of Art (Cultural studies? Art History) U Chicago (art history w/ potential for joint degree) Concordia (interdisc. humanities) McMaster Comm-Cult (on WL) Ryerson Comm-Cult (on WL, not particularly interested in attending) McGill (was rejected this year) CUNY (very worried about GRE, I can't do math to save my life)
  2. Anyone know of any good PhD programs that are very interdisciplinary with Visual Culture & Anthro?
  3. I'm applying for both MA and PhD programs in English in Fall 2017. I know a lot of universities say it's important that your interests fit with members of the faculty. I am primarily interested in comics/graphic novels, the relationship between literature and visual art, and feminist writing. I'm having some difficult finding university professors with similar interests (aside from women's literature, which seems pretty popular). Does anyone know of any grad schools that offer specialization in comics and/or visual culture, or that have faculty interested in these topics? So far I've only come up with the University of Florida and the University of Colorado Boulder. Thanks!
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