UC Berkeley History of Art Department

Courses

Fall 2018

  • HA 375 | CCN: 21629Seminar in History of Art Teaching

    Gregory Levine Thursday | 3:30-5:30pm

    This class is a pedagogy course and a pre-professional workshop. It will encourage you to think both broadly and pragmatically about the function of pedagogy in art history in particular: what we learn, how we teach, and who we are as teachers in …

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  • HA 200 | CCN: 21659Proseminar in History of Art

    Todd Olson Tuesday | 2:00 - 5:00pm

    This seminar is intended to introduce graduate students to a range of critical perspectives, theoretical issues, and methodologies that constitute the practice of art history. The seminar is not intended to be a comprehensive survey of the …

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  • HA 290 | CCN: 24936Mellon Exhibition Graduate Seminar: Diaspora | Migration | Exile

    Lauren Kroiz, and Leigh Raiford Wednesday | 10:00 - 1:00pm

    Co-taught by professors in History of Art and African Diaspora Studies, this year-long graduate seminar will curate an exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) focused on issues of migration, diaspora, and exile in …

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  • HA 289 | CCN: 32604Graduate Seminar: The Transatlantic Gilded Age and Its Discontents

    Margaretta Lovell Monday | 2:00 - 5:00pm

    This graduate seminar will move in tandem with the Undergraduate Gilded Age lecture course. As the lectures in that class will form the background of the seminar sessions, participants will be expected to audit the lectures. Readings for graduate …

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  • HA 285 | CCN: 32819Graduate Seminar: Art and Decolonization

    Atreyee Gupta Wednesday | 2:00 - 5:00pm

     Demands for decolonizing the curriculum has gathered force and momentum across Europe and North America. But what does decolonizing systems of knowledge mean for our practice as art historians? By way of approaching the question, this …

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