In Collaboration with the Concordia Library. Made possible with the support of Concordia’s Department of Art History.
EAHR Research Residency: Diversifying Academia at Concordiais a paid, self-directed research program aimed at providing valuable training and professional exposure for students. Organized by the Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group (EAHR), the residency promotes critical engagement with issues of ethnic and cultural representation within the visual arts in Canada. EAHR acknowledges the role academia plays in the representation of ethnic and cultural minority art histories; as such the program encourages art historians-in-residence to make a scholarly commitment to the investigation of underrepresented areas in the history of the arts and visual culture through a critical review of the available print and online sources of a proposed area of research.
The Ethnocultural Art Histories Research (EAHR) Group is a student-driven research community based within the Art History Department of Concordia University (Montreal, QC).