Arts--Study and teaching
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Abstract The Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts (CIRA) at Northwestern University was conceived in the spring of 1986 to enhance and support cross-disciplinary research and scholarship in the arts. As a "force in empirical investigation in the arts," the Center's objective is to foster research and works on the cutting edge of the arts without the usual academic constraints. The President, the Provost, and a faculty committee consisting of representatives from the Schools of Speech and...
Abstract First introduced in the fall of 1988, Northwestern University's Integrated Arts Program was a multidisciplinary certificate program offered through the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences (WCAS), giving students the opportunity to explore the creative process from the perspective of the artist in the fields of theatre, visual arts, music, dance, and media arts. The records document the planning, funding, and organization of the Program, as well as its activities and course offerings.