Scholar Artist Track
A place to combine scholarship and artistic practice.
The culmination of the scholar/artist track is the production of an integrated scholarly/creative dissertation that is partly a written dissertation and partly a body of artistic practice. For the scholar artist track, choose one primary area from:
- Film Studies / Comparative Literature
- Ethnomusicology / Musicology
- Theater / Performance Studies
- Visual Culture / Literature of the African World
- Art and Architectural History
- Philosophy of Art
Creative practice is accomplished under an artistic advisor from one of the Schools below. Choose one area of artistic practice from:
Students who are interested in applying to the track must already hold a master’s degree and have a complete portfolio. To apply, please contact the appropriate College of Fine Arts professor indicating interest. The professor will then review your portfolio, and they are responsible for writing a letter of their support for your project. Final decision for admission is made by the School of Interdisciplinary Arts.