The graduate curriculum is designed to offer students the opportunity to pursue individual and original research interests in Mediterranean, Egyptian, and Western Asian archaeology and art, while also functioning as part of a larger cohort within a broad interdisciplinary framework. Coexistence in the Joukowsky Institute promotes interaction with peers, as well as with faculty and visitors; graduates are also strongly encouraged to take courses across the rich Brown curriculum
Graduate students are supported through a variety of means, including fellowships, proctorships, teaching assistantships and teaching fellowships. Experience in the classroom as a teacher, together with opportunities to participate in fieldwork and the museum world, are emphasized in the pre-professional training of students, as is language preparation appropriate for a student’s individual academic trajectory.
To read profiles of graduate students at the Joukowsky Institute, visit the Graduate Students page.