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Art History & Communication Studies

Artist in Residence: Caroline Monnet

Caroline Monnet is the first Mellon ISCEI Artist in Residence at McGill, a program co-organized by ISCEI and the Dept of Art History and Communication Studies. Monnet is an Algonquin-French contemporary artist and filmmaker known for her work in sculpture, installation and film.


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Remote Learning Resources

Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) has created a page of resources to help with studying remotely.


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Online Media Resources

Here is a list of virtual exhibitions, podcasts, and videos available online, which may be of interest to scholars of Art History and Communication Studies. 

The list is a work in progress and will be updated regularly. Please get in touch if you have any additions!
caitlin.loney@mcgill.ca

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Undergraduate Programs

The Department offers Minor, Major, Honours, and Joint Honours programs in Art History. These undergraduate programs promote the study of history of art and architecture, as well as visual culture, from the Ancient to Contemporary periods.

Graduate Programs

Graduate programs include PhD programs and MA programs in Art History and in Communication Studiesas well as options for joint PhD and MA programs in Gender and Women’s Studies through the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies.

People

Caroline Monnet, Transatlantic and Proximal I, II, III, IV, V, 2018

Research

Events

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