World Art History Lecture Series
5:00 pm | 10/6/2022 | 308A Doe
Thursday, October 6
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Theory, and History of Art and Director of Research Excellence, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, UK
“Diagramming ‘World Art’”
Tuesday, November 1
Senior Lecturer in Art and Architecture of China and Head of Research Degree Programmes, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, UK
“The Word Itself: The Language of Mapping in China”
Tuesday, November 8
Dean of the College, Outer Coast College, Sitka, Alaska
“On Dreaming and Feasting: Hearths of Tradition in the Pacific Northwest and Beyond”
The series showcases leading international voices in world art studies today, presenting their perspectives on the past and present roles of art history and theory in an interdisciplinary global landscape. Each lecture will be introduced by the series organizer, Whitney Davis, Pardee Distinguished Professor of History & Theory of Ancient & Modern Art at UC Berkeley.
All lectures will be held in Doe University Library Room 308A
at 5 pm PST.
The lectures are in-person and open to the public; all are welcome.
Please observe campus and public health guidance in place at the time of the lectures.
The series has been generously supported by the George C. and Helen N. Pardee Professorship and the Mr. and Mrs. Pai Ruchu Presidential Professorship in the Arts and Humanities.