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The Graduate Art History Association is established in order to further the academic, professional, and social goals of graduate students in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at the University of Maryland. GAHA helps to keep new students, students not TAing, and students who are writing dissertations involved in the department professionally and socially. This is a place where new students can obtain professional development and ask advanced students for advice about the program. We run semi-annual fundraisers to help support our annual Guest Lecture and Colloquium and our Undergraduate Art History Symposium, as well as other events and workshops with our faculty advisor and other faculty members during our monthly meetings. All graduate students are encouraged to join.
The GAHA File Repository preserves documents from the University of Maryland's Graduate Art History Association, including meeting minutes, reports on events like our guest lecture series, as well as reports on our ongoing "Managing Milestones" series, with advice and reflections by graduate students on the major steps in our academic life from the MA thesis through defending your dissertation and beyond. To view the file repository, click here.