Art History Academic Advising and Policy
- Art History PhD Student Handbook
- Course Checklists:
- Academic Summary Spreadsheet
- To schedule meeting with Director of Graduate Studies, Richard Meyer, please contact him by email:
Graduate Student Positions (2021-22)
- Graduate Representatives: Harleen Kaur Bagga and Marcelo Gabriel Yáñez
- MFA Catalogue Editors: Alex Adams and Del Holton
- Cantor/Anderson Liaison: Harry C. H. Choi
- Roundtables Coordinator: Javier Arellano Vences
- Admit Weekend Liaison: Marco Antonio Flores
- Department Symposium Coordinator: Martabel Wasserman
- Berkeley–Stanford Symposium Coordinators: Altair Brandon-Salmon and Grace Han
- Diversity Commitee Liaison: Meagan Khoury
Using your SUnet ID and password you can access, add, or remove papers you'd like to share with your peers.
Art History Repository
The department sponsors two different types of roundtables.
- The first is the brown-bag roundtable that is held as a matter of course on the day following an Art History Lecture as part of our series. These are, as noted, brown-bag style (except for the guest, for whom lunch is provided), are 'hosted' by a faculty member and do not include any formal reception. Staff and faculty take care of all arrangements.
- The second type is a student-organized event, with a guest of your choice. A grad student is engaged each year to organize these, and there is $400 in funding for the year, managed by the Student Services Manager. This can be used for receptions, for lunch, for honoraria, or any other event-related expense, approved in advance by the Student Services Manager, who will help ensure you don't overspend the annual funding. The designated roundtable organizer is expected to make the arrangements, including room reservation and food orders. Dates should be reserved in advance with the Events & Public Relations Manager so as not to conflict with other department events.
Graduate Student Residency—Bing Stanford in Washington Program
Art History/Film Studies Ph.D. students who have completed their coursework may apply for a one-quarter residency at the Bing Stanford in Washington program (note: it may not be offered every year; please check with the faculty liaison). For over two decades, the program has offered Stanford undergraduates the opportunity to study and learn in the nation’s capital. Graduate students in residence will be expected to participate in the cultural programming during the quarter and to assist Program Director, Adrienne Jamieson, with event planning and execution. Preference will be given to students whose doctoral research entails archives and collections in the Washington D.C. metro area. The cost of airfare, room and board, and public transportation within Washington will be covered. To apply, contact faculty liaison to BSIW, Richard Meyer, email@example.com.