Founded in 1952, Emory's Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts (ILA) was one of the first interdisciplinary Ph.D. programs in the United States. Today, the ILA provides a unique, intellectual environment for the pursuit of research projects that cut across conventional academic boundaries. The Institute has a tradition of fostering emergent fields of study and has encouraged the practice of new modes of inquiry at Emory and beyond. It provides a challenging space for both faculty and students to pursue theoretically sophisticated and methodologically innovative studies of history, culture and society. Read More
Spotlights & Events
2012 ILA PhD Alumna Ann E. Vandenberg has just published in the journal of International Psychogeriatrics. Her article titled: Public perceptions about risk and protective factors for cognitive health and impairment: a review of the literature deals with the public's perceptions of Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, and the risk factors for such cognative diseases.
Our own Harold Braswell, ILA PhD 2014, (Saint Louis University, Albert Gnaegi Center for Healthcare Ethics) has recently published his article: My Two Moms: Disability, Queer Kinship, and the Maternal Subject in a special issue of Hypatia: a Journal of Feminist Philosophy (winter 2015.) The theme of the special issue is "New Conversations in Feminist Disability Studies."