Mediterranean Studies (AMS) is an Interdisciplinary Ph.D.
Emphasis program that offers graduate students the
opportunity to bridge the traditional disciplinary borders
of fields constituting this area of Study. AMS embraces
scholars from the departments of Anthropology, the History
of Art & Architecture, Classics, History, Philosophy,
and Religious Studies. Our focus is the
circum-Mediterranean world from roughly the Bronze Age to
the early Middle Ages.
Through AMS, any student
already resident in the Ph.D. program of one of the
incorporate into their program of study the extensive
the broad range of faculty
this area, and engage in a lively dialogue with students
across diverse disciplines.
more information, contact
the program director.