UC Berkeley History of Art Department

Programs / Graduate

Special Graduate Study Opportunities

Judith Stronach Graduate Travel Seminar

If your interests include art and travel, Berkeley's History of Art Department has a fine tradition of graduate travel seminars, research around the world and participation in international symposiums.

The Travel Seminar is made possible by a generous gift to the department from the Estate of Judith Lee Stronach. The Department would like to express its warmest thanks to the donor and her family.


Past Seminars

2015

Istanbul

Travel Seminar: Istanbul

Instructors: Diliana Angelova

This past year's Travel seminar involved a weeklong intensive tour of the city's monuments, both ancient and modern, journeyed across …

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2014

Greek and Roman Art on the Bay of Naples

Travel Seminar: Greek and Roman Art on the Bay of Naples

Instructors: Christopher Hallett, Andrew Stewart

This years trip to Italy gave students the opportunity to explore the remains of the luxrious past of the Roman elite. The seminar's theme …

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2013

Tudor and Neo-Tudor Design In England

Travel Seminar: Tudor and Neo-Tudor Design In England

Instructors: Margaretta Lovell, Elizabeth Honig

The seminar to England gave students an opportunity to visit some of the great Tudor Homes such as Penshurst, Hampton Court, Burghley House, …

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2012

London and Madrid

Travel Seminar: London and Madrid

Instructors: Todd Olson

The Spring 2012 seminar began as a graduate reading group in Fall 2011 that examined the mutual impact of the visual cultures of early modern …

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