The Graduate Group fosters and facilitates collaboration between the departments of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology; Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies; and History of Art, each of which has its own distinguished intellectual tradition and awards its own PhD degrees.
The Graduate Group is distinctive for its:
Multi-Disciplinary Fellowships for new applicants who show interest and aptitude for graduate work in more than one department of the Group; Areté Fellowships for exceptionally well-qualified applicants to any of the three departments. Fellowships carry twelve-month stipends of $22,500-$23,000 and are renewable for up to four years.
Graduate Admissions are handled by the individual departments, but the Director of the Graduate Group, Professor emerita, Dale Kinney, welcomes general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Graduate Group gratefully acknowledges support from the NEH in the form of a Challenge Grant, and the generosity of some two hundred private and public donors who have helped us to meet the challenge and who continue to support us.
The 20th Annual Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art Saturday, April 11, 2015 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Location: Van Pelt Auditorium Free tickets required Graduate students from nine mid-Atlantic colleges and universities present current research. This symposium is sponsored by th...
A workshop on archiving and preserving your digital files, led by Digital Collections librarian, Rachel Appel. Friday, April 3rd Dalton 25 1:30-3PM Refreshments served.
The call for submissions is open for the third annual Tri-Co Film Festival! Selected works will be shown at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute on Thursday, May 7, at 7pm. All short films completed during the Summer of 2014, the … Continue reading →
lecture by Melissa Haynes Princeton University Friday, March 27 4:30 pm in Carpenter Library B21 Tea at 4:00 pm in the Quita Woodward Room
Associate Professor, Department of History of Art, Bryn Mawr College “Christian Marclay’s Two Clocks” Christian Marclay’s The Clock (2010) is a 24-hour digital video work composed entirely of found footage of clocks, watches, and people announcing or inquiring about the … Continue r...