This Masters programme offers an interdisciplinary approach to studying the history of collecting and collections from an international perspective. In particular, it focuses on the trajectory of artefacts through time and space and their historical legacy.
Subjects covered include methodological approaches and legal issues relating to provenance and restitution, illegal trafficking of cultural objects, connoisseurship, taste, the patterns of collecting and viewing both private and public and the politics of display. The programme will move the collective debate beyond the usual focus on the Western tradition.
A minimum 2:1 Honours degree in History of Art or a related subject is required. You should also submit a writing sample of 2000-3000 words, a CV, and a personal statement
Part time (day)
College of Arts
History of Art