The University of Chicago, based in Chicago, Illinois offers a fully funded PhD in Art History. The PhD Program in Art History offers multifaceted art historical training including object-driven teaching and research, robust language offerings, and opportunities for extensive coursework in other disciplines. The annual stipend for art history Ph.D. students is $32,000 over 12 months. Students also receive full tuition and health insurance premium coverage. Funding is granted to students in good academic standing for the duration of the program. Art history Ph.D. students typically serve as teaching assistants. Research and conference travel grants are available at various stages.