Save the date! The fourth Berkeley/Stanford Symposium will be on April 4, 2020.
The Berkeley/Stanford Symposium is an annual gathering of emerging voices in the arts. Organized collaboratively by graduate students in Art History at both Stanford and UC Berkeley, the symposia are open to graduate students in all fields and young members of the wider community of visual culture, including artists, designers, museum professionals, and writers.
Details and RSVP information will be announced when available, check back soon!
Until 7:15 pm | 05/08/2019
Kishwar Rizvi, Chair, Council on Middle East Studies Professor, Department of the History of Art Yale University
The UC Berkeley History of Art Department is proud to present a lecture by Kishwar Rizvi (Yale): Shah Abbas' Iran and Global Early Modernity.
This event is free and open to the public.
The Departments of Italian Studies and History of Art are proud to present Emanuele Lugli (Stanford University): CROSSED BRAIDS, PARALLEL LIVES: BOCCACCIO, BOTTICELLI, AND THE WAY OF LOOKING AT HAIR
Until 5:00 pm | 04/23/2019
Indian Ocean Art Histories: Goa; Bombay; Kochi
The 2019 Judith Stronach Travel Seminar focused on the Indian Ocean, the third largest water body and the world’s oldest cultural continuum that has facilitated the mobility of people, objects, and ideas over millennia. Students in the seminar mapped the ways in which such oceanic networks also shaped the global history of art from the early modern period to the contemporary by focusing on three key moments in this longue durée history: Goa in the early modern period, Bombay (now Mumbai) under British rule, and the contemporary in Kochi via the 2018 Kochi-Muziris Biennale. In this day-long public symposium, participants of the seminar will present their research papers. The Travel Seminar was made possible due to a generous gift to the Department of History of Art from the Estate of Judith Lee Stronach.
Oceanic Art Histories: A Brief Introduction, 11:00-11:15am
• Indian Ocean Art Histories, Sugata Ray
• Notes From the Field, Diliana Angelova
Networks of Circulation, 11:15-12:45pm
• Rethinking East Asia in the Indian Ocean World: Tsukijihonganji Temple and Indo-Saracenic Style Architecture across the Japanese Empire, Andrea Jung-An Liu
• Eco Art Deco: Maritime Modernisms of Bombay and Beyond, Riad Kherdeen
• The ‘Free-floating’ Srinagar Biennale: Kashmir’s Distant Traumas Transported, Melissa Carlson
Considering Material, 1:45-3:15pm
• Bom Jesus: Questions Concerning Style in Goan Church Architecture, Joseph Albanese
• Pierced Bodies: Ivory and Wood Figures in Kochi and Goa, Ramón De Santiago
• Material Matrix: The Trans-Oceanic and Geological Construction of the Victoria Terminus, Joel Thielen
Art Histories from Below, 3:30-5:00pm
• Forgotten Crosses: Material Evidence of a Medieval Indian Ocean Christianity, Ariana Pemberton
• Sanskritizing the Vernacular Aesthetic: Re-contextualizing Betal and other Goan folk deities through the lens of Vedic Orthodoxies, Alex Ciolac
• Problems and Possibilities of “Resistance:” Positioning the 4th Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Katherine Bruhn
Wine Reception, 5:00pm
Until 2:00 pm | 04/17/2019
Gregory Levine and Lauren Kroiz
Postdoctoral Fellowships and the Tenure Track Market
Speakers: Gregory Levine and Lauren Kroiz
Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 1:00-2:00, 308A Doe Library
**Brown Bag event. Light refreshments will be provided**