Human Rights, OSUN
Apply for the MA in Human Rights and the Arts
Deadline Expired on January 15, 2022Applications are open for the Masters in Human Rights and the Arts program at Bard College, offering students flexible and rigorous graduate-level coursework, as well as support to create a research-based academic thesis or artistic performance/installation.
The program seeks candidates from across the network who are interested in exploring the conceptual and practical perplexities of the encounter between human rights and the arts in the company of a diverse, international community of activists, artists, and researchers.
This program is designed to be inclusive and accessible, with generous financial aid (grants not loans), no GRE requirements or application fees, & research/ internship support.
The MA, a flagship program of the OSUN Center for Human Rights and the Arts, is specifically designed to further two specific goals of OSUN: to make graduate education accessible and affordable; and to emphasize civic engagement. To that end, the program provides ample needs-based financial aid for the incoming class and targets graduating seniors and recent alumni of OSUN partner institutions.
The program offers students an advanced interdisciplinary curriculum that takes stock of the growing encounter between human rights and the arts, as fields of both academic knowledge and professional work. Students in the program will pursue core courses in critical human rights theory and practice, as well as in the political potential of various art forms, supplemented with electives across the social sciences, humanities, and arts.
Application deadline is January 15, 2022
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