Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

University of California, Berkeley

Overview

The Designated Emphasis (DE) in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies draws on Berkeley’s exceptional faculty strength in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences to foster interdisciplinary research on the Renaissance and Early Modern period and to provide an intellectual community for those working in these areas. It offers comprehensive training in a wide range of departments and disciplines. Students combine seminar work in intellectual and cultural history, material culture, and languages to supplement their traditional doctoral studies. The DE fosters cutting-edge research and close collaboration with faculty.

Undergraduate Program

There is no undergraduate program in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies.

Graduate Program

Renaissance and Early Modern Studies: Designated Emphasis (DE)

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Contact Information

Designated Emphasis in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

4125 Dwinelle Hall

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Program Director

Ivonne Del Valle, PhD (Department of Spanish and Portuguese)

idelvalle@berkeley.edu

Head Graduate Adviser

Kinch Hoekstra (Law and Political Science)

700 Barrows Hall

hoekstra@berkeley.edu

Graduate Student Services Adviser

Mary Ajideh

4207 Dwinelle Hall

frenchga@berkeley.edu

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