June 3, 2024

H.Art, the History of Art Undergraduate Association at UC Berkeley, has launched a new undergraduate art history journal, see/saw. The inaugural issue features original research and artwork by thirteen students from universities across the United States as well as Ireland and Australia. 

You can read the first issue of see/saw here:

May 14, 2024

Congratulations to the Class of 2024 who participated in our Commencement ceremony!

Doctoral Degree

Joseph Albanese

Claire Ittner

Riad Kherdeen

Yessica L. Porras

Delphine Sims

Joel M. Thielen

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Khoo Zi Yun (Geraldine) Ang

Cecilia Ascione

Hannah Brooks

Jack Campbell

Angelique Echeveste

Stacy Gomez

Cloris Guo

Emma Hackathorn

Teddi Haynes

Ashley Heng

Carter Holbrook

Min-Chi Hung

April 25, 2024

We are delighted to share six new episodes as part of Relevance of Place, an online film series that invites artists, architects, designers, and creative thinkers to explore the meaning of “place” as a global, local, and personal concept, as well as “place” as it refers specifically to Tippet Rise.,MLL1,5P3FVU,2LIBZ,1

April 19, 2024

The Foundation for Ethical Stewardship of Cultural Heritage (FESCH) has won a major grant from
the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to support provenance research on ancient art
and artifacts. The Phase II Research and Development grant from the Division of Preservation and
Access will provide $350,000 over the next three years to develop the Mediterranean Antiquities
Provenance Research Alliance (MAPRA). MAPRA brings together subject matter experts,
including academics, museum professionals, and data scientists, to establish standards and create

April 5, 2024

Congratulations to Henrike on her award!

After winning, a few weeks, ago the category Art History / Criticism, Giotto's Arena Chapel and the Triumph of Humility has now also won the PROSE award for excellence in Humanities, as one of four top winners across all categories of the year.

March 14, 2024

Be a shining star!

March 12, 2024

The Department of History of Art at UC Berkeley invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary non-tenure track Lecturer positions to teach courses in History of Art. These courses include, but are not limited to, courses in Contemporary Art, Greek and Roman Art and Architecture, European Art, American Art, Asian Art and the art of other Non-Western regions, Reading and Composition and Digital Humanities.

Apply Now.

March 6, 2024

Henrike Lange’s book, Giotto’s Arena Chapel and the Triumph of Humility (Cambridge University Press), has won the 2024 Association of American Publishers PROSE Award in Art History and Criticism. The AAP’s annual PROSE Awards recognize significant contributions in scholarly publishing. The award for professional and scholarly excellence evaluates not only the scholarship of the author, but also how the book was published in terms of its production values and excellence of presentation.

Congratulations to Elizabeth Fair for being chosen for the 2024 Luce/ACLS Dissertation Fellows in American Art award.

See details here:

March 3, 2024

Congratulations to Aglaya Glebova. Her book Aleksandr Rodchenko: Photography in the Time of Stalin has won the Modernist Studies Association’s First Book Prize, the most coveted prize for modernists and open to all disciplines, not just art history.