We are proud to announce that this fall marks the inaugural year of EODIAH’s Master’s Program in Art History. The Institute’s own Sarah Kozlowski, Lauren LaRocca, and Paul Galvez have worked diligently over the last couple of years with the Office of Graduate Studies and the University so that we might have the pleasure of welcoming four new students who over the course of the new one-and-half year program will help make UTD an even more exciting place for art-historical scholarship.
The incoming group, comprised of Fatima Esmail, Marjaneh Goudarzi, Harper LaRoux, and Nausheen Hoosein, reflects a wonderfully diverse set of backgrounds and interests, which will only add to the already dynamic life of the EODIAH community. In addition to coursework under the AHST course prefix, both on campus and in conjunction with our expanding network of affiliated institutions and associated faculty, the new crop of MA’s will complete terminal practicum projects as the capstone of the degree.
We couldn’t be happier about this great step forward in making EODIAH a center for the training of the next generation of scholars, curators, and art professionals in the DFW metroplex and beyond and we very much look forward to their healthy involvement in the life of the Institute.