Master's Degree in Art History in Delhi in India

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Art History

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

The master in Art History encourages students and develops skills to understand the historical context of art works, to have a critical analysis, and be able to do interpretive reading of both works of art and academic texts.

Found in the Southern part of Asia, the Republic of India is second most populated country in the world with approximately 1.27 billion people. India has four types of universities; Central Universities, State Universities, Deemed University and Private Universities consisting in over 550+ institutions.

Delhi is India’s capital city and the second largest in regards to population after Mumbai. With 22 million inhabitants, it is ranked as the fourth most populous city in the world with close to 200 institutions of higher learning to serve the large population.

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Masters in Historical Studies

Nalanda University
Campus Full time 2 semesters July 2017 India Delhi

The School of Historical Studies (SHS) is a dynamic community of faculty members and graduate students. SHS engages in a programme of rigorous enquiry into fundamental questions that address historical experiences within and beyond Asia. The [+]

Masters in Art History in Delhi in India. School of Historical studies The School of Historical Studies is a dynamic community of faculty members and graduate students. The School pursues an open-ended yet rigorous, scientific enquiry into fundamental questions that concern the historical imagination. The School is dedicated to reframing and rethinking the interconnections between time, memory, and history in Asian and non-Asian contexts. Faculty in the School of Historical Studies understand historical studies to encompass all questions critical to human understanding. These questions include how humans make or made sense of the past, how historical understanding of the past can transform the present, and the various ways in which the present is constituted or constructed by the past. Faculty members combine a rich variety of methodologies and disciplinary backgrounds to bear on their research and teaching of history including anthropology, sociology, archaeology, religious studies, philosophy, economic history, political science, philology, visual studies, and art history. Students in the School develop critical understandings of global histories, cultural-political histories, economic histories, intellectual histories, oral and visual histories, art histories, and religious histories. The School of Historical Studies is committed to undertaking and fostering research that begins with the categories and concepts of historical agents and critically engages with putative, universal categories of human experience. Masters Programme The Masters programme will entail 2 history courses, language courses and supervised thesis spread over two semesters. The programme in Archeology will include training in laboratory work ,study for epigraphy and field research. The Art History programme will include the study of cross-cultural influences and adaptation ,comparative analysis of Asian and European arts and the architectural traditions of various regions and Religions. Focus areas in the School of Historical Studies include Asian connections, archaeology, art history, global history and economic history Nalanda Graduates. In addition to teaching ,research and academic careers Nalanda Students are finding employment in corporate and government sectors ,media and journalism, diplomacy, international organizations and museums. Collaborations The School has established connections for collaborative research links with institutions around the world. Some of the major ones are: Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) Peking University (China) Archaeological Survey of India (ASI, India) European Consortium for Asian Field Study (ECAF, France) International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS, Netherlands) [-]