York University is pleased to announce a new Graduate Program in Humanities. The Program is currently under review by the province and therefore is still pending approval. But there is every possibility that it will be approved in time for us to launch the program next academic year (2003-2004). We are now inviting applications to the Program, with a deadline of April 1, 2003.
The Graduate Program in Humanities offers advanced training leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Drawing upon the demonstrated expertise of a wide range of faculty members within York University's Division of Humanities and related areas of study at York, the program aims to provide highly qualified students with a unique opportunity of doing specialized academic work in the diverse, cultural expressions of humanities.
The program's mandate is to produce graduates equipped to utilize the rich tools afforded by interdisciplinary scholarship in humanities, with an emphasis on three fields: Comparative Perspectives and Cultural Boundaries; Religion, Values and Culture; and Science, Technology and Culture. Application materials are available at: http://www.yorku.ca/admissio/graduate/gradprog/humanities.asp. For more information see the Graduate Humanities Program website at the website below, or contact Professor Bernard Lightman (by the email below/or telephone).
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