WELCOME EVENT – The Interuniversity Doctorate in Art History wishes you a great start to the new session! The new students of the interuniversity PhD program in Art History are warmly invited to this year’s welcome event, that will be held online on Friday September 10th at 1 pm. https://uqam.zoom.us/j/83660783549 This information meeting, hosted by the directors… Continue reading Welcome event
Dear all, The members of the Interuniversity PhD committee will soon be planning activities for the 2021-2022 academic year and we would like to hear suggestions from our students. Do you have an idea for a project or an event that would enrich our intellectual community? We are interested in activities that will be organized… Continue reading Docinter – Call for proposals
We are excited to announce that the upcoming Doctoral Forum for the Interuniversity PhD in Art History will take place on Zoom, on Friday, April 23 2021. https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/85729531784?from=addon 09:00 – 10:00 Anna Perreault, Insularités, territoire et pouvoir : l’espace égéen et ses îles dans les cartes marines au 16e siècle (Dir. Denis Ribouillault, UdeM) 10:10 –… Continue reading Doctoral Forum
For the safety of students and faculty, all doctoral seminars will be delivered remotely for the entirety of the fall and the winter terms. Students living outside of Canada are advised to consult their program director.
EVENT – PhD Orientation & Welcome Event on Friday, September 11, 2020. Orientation: 3:00 pm, Cocktail: 4:30 pm EDT. All members of the doctoral community are invited to a zoom cocktail to meet new colleagues and reconnect with old ones. The cocktail will be preceded by an orientation session. All new students are expected to attend this… Continue reading PhD Welcome Event
DOCTORAL FORUM – The Doctoral Forum, initially planned to take place on the 2nd and 3rd of April, is currently postponed n view of the current COVID-19 Pandemic. Student presenters should now expect to circulate their texts and powerpoints to their jury members by April 3 (not March 20 as originally planned). If it is possible… Continue reading Doctoral Forum Postponed
EVENT – This field school invites students to discover what the future of Detroit could look like. The main aim of the school is to actively engage students in the processes needed to rethink the future of the city, the actions needed to realign development with the local needs and in the multifaceted innovations needed… Continue reading Summer Field School in Detroit
FORUM DOCTORAL – Thursday, December 5th 2019. Université de Montréal Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, salle C-3061, 4 pm to 6:15 pm. Jury: Kristina Huneault (Concordia), Kristine Tanton (UdeM), Barbara Clausen (UQÀM) 4 pm Welcome 4:10 pm Fannie Caron-Roy (Dr. Denis Ribouillault, UdeM) Les espaces de la dévotion dans les palais de Rome au XVIe siècle : architecture,… Continue reading Interuniversity PhD in Art History