The University of Chicago Division of the Humanities cordially invites you to an information session about the Master of Arts Program in the Humanities (MAPH) presented by our newly appointed Dean, Anne Walters Robertson. Dean Robertson will be joined via Skype by Dr. Hilary Strang, MAPH's Deputy Director, to present an overview of the program and the admission process.
Venue: University of Chicago Center in Beijing
Address: 20th Floor, Culture Plaza, Haidian District, Beijing 100872
This event is a terrific opportunity to meet faculty, staff and alumni, and to learn more about the opportunities available to MAPH students. We look forward to seeing you!
Please register HERE.
About the Division of the Humanities
The Division of the Humanities comprises twenty-one departments and committees, with approximately 1,000 students from around the world enrolled in our PhD, MFA, and MA programs.
Research in the humanities gives us the tools we need to articulate deep truths about ourselves. What does it mean to be a human being? What has it meant historically and what will it come to mean? The students and faculty in our departments dedicate themselves to the thoughtful consideration of humanity’s place in the world. This dedication is displayed through our interdisciplinary centers and programs as well as through workshops on themes ranging in diversity from political theory to contemporary art to animal studies.
The Division teaches fifty foreign languages on a regular basis, and our three master's programs offer remarkable opportunities for students to advance their knowledge of a field in an interdisciplinary context through courses taught by some of the world's leading scholars.
About Dean Anne Walters Robertson
Dean Robertson is the Claire Dux Swift Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Music and the College. Robertson joined the University in the Department of Music in 1984. She has held several leadership positions at the University, including serving as deputy provost for research and education and chair of the Music Department, in addition to external leadership roles, including her service as president of the American Musicological Society from 2011 to 2012. Robertson is the first scholar to win all three awards of the Medieval Academy of America: the Haskins Medal (2006), the John Nicholas Brown Prize (1995) and the Van Courtlandt Elliott Prize (1987). In 2008, she was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and in 2015 became a member of the American Philosophical Society. She holds a PhD from Yale University.
芝加哥大学人文学部诚邀您参加新任学部长Anne Walters Robertsony 博士主讲的“人文文学硕士”学位项目说明会（MAPH）。界时，还将有MAPH项目副主任Hilary Strang博士通过视频连线，介绍该学位项目情况及申请办法。
学部长Ann Walters Robertson博士
Robertson博士是芝加哥大学音乐学系和本科学院Claire Dux Swift杰出贡献教授。她于1984年加入芝加哥大学音乐系，曾在芝大担任多个领导职务，包括芝大副教务长，分管研究与教育，音乐系主任。此外，她还曾于2011年至2012年间任美国音乐学会主席。Robertson是第一位获得美国中世纪研究院全部三项殊荣的学者：Haskins勋章（2006年），John Nicholas Brown奖（1995年）和Van Courtlandt Elliott奖（1987年）。2008年，Robertson当选为美国艺术与科学学院院士，并于2015年成为美国哲学学会成员。她拥有耶鲁大学博士学位。