The Ph.D. Program in Art History has a dedicated librarian, Alycia Sellie (email@example.com), working with the Mina Rees Library to provide an updated and comprehensive Art History Resource Guide.
Additionally, students at the Graduate Center have devised AHRESOURCES, an online file-sharing platform for study guides, syllabi and pedagogical materials. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an invitation to use the platform, then click here to login once you have a username and password.
Academic Year 2018-2019
Executive Committee Meetings (Fall 2018)
Friday, September 7th (proposals due Friday, August 24th by noon)
Friday, October 12th (proposals due Friday, September 28th by noon)
Friday, December 7th (proposals due Friday, November 16th by noon)
Student Representatives 2018-19
Dissertations in Progress, 2017-2018
Dissertation Progress Report
Guidelines for Writing a Dissertation Proposal
List of Fellowships and Grants (PDF)
Funding Search Tools and Databases
Search databases, directories, curated lists, and additional resources to conduct research on grant sources. This list of tools will include resources provided by the Foundation Center, support for research and grant writing, and funding sources in the humanities, science, and art. Select resources purchased by the Graduate Center library require log-in with your GC network username and password.