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Parsons School of Design Master of Arts Design and Curatorial Studies program theses

Identifier: PC-02-04-08


This record group consists of text files of theses created by students in Parsons School of Design's MA program in History of Design and Curatorial Studies between 2023 and 2024.


  • 2023-2024



.2 Gigabytes (2 pdf files)

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Scope and Contents

The History of Design and Curatorial Studies theses in this collection are available solely in the form of electronic records. Each thesis is accompanied by an abstract written by the student.

The collection inventory should not be considered a definitive list of all program graduates for a particular year. Some students choose not to place their thesis with The New School Archives. For confirmation of graduation from the MA History of Design & Curatorial Studies program, it is necessary to verify with the university's Office of the Registrar.

Conditions Governing Access

Theses are available in electronic form only. Most of the collection is open for research use. For newly accessioned theses, some authors have requested that their theses not be made available online for one year from the date of submission, but have indicated that their theses may be viewed onsite in the New School Archives. In other instances, authors have opted to make their theses completely unavailable for viewing until one year from the date of submission. Please contact for appointment.


Arranged chronologically by year of submission and within each year in alphabetical order.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

As of 2023, electronic theses are submitted to the archives by students in the MA History of Design and Curatorial Studies program, with support from program administrators.

Guide to the Parsons School of Design MA History of Design and Curatorial Studies program theses
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New School Archives and Special Collections Staff
June 4, 2024
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