The program brings together faculty members and students from Concordia University, Université de Montréal,
and Université du Québec à Montréal. Students enroll at the institution where their supervisor teaches,
but take courses at any partner institution, studying in English, in French, or in both languages.
Call for applications- « The Antiquity and its receptions », Summer School, 1st edition, 26 June – 2 July 2022
With over 40 professors, all active researchers, the program covers the major fields and periods of art history, and offers rigorous methodological training and specialized courses with strong interdisciplinary and theoretical components.
Our graduates are specialists who occupy research and management positions in museums, galleries, and artist-run centres, who work as art writers and critics, and who teach at the university and college levels.
Benefit from a range of opportunities to develop your professional profile while earning your PhD.