Please take a few minutes to complete this evaluation for the Stanford Humanities Center Geballe Research Workshop you have attended during the 2014-15 academic year. If you have attended multiple workshops, please send one form for each workshop. Please note that unless you include your name below, your responses will be completely anonymous. Results will be tabulated and will be shared only with members of the workshop selection committee and workshop coordinators.
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Approaches to Capitalism
Archaeology • Inhabitation & Displacement
Bestial & the Beastly
BIOS: Biography: Interrogations, Observations, Studies
Cognition & Language
Graphic Narrative Project
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Consciousness
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Contemporary
Material Imagination: Sound, Space, and Human Consciousness
Oral Literature and Literate Orality
Seminar on Enlightenment and Revolution
Theoretical Perspectives of the Middle Ages
Varieties of Agency
Workshop in Poetics
75% - 100%
50% - 75%
Less than 50%
What worked? Please comment on the successes of this workshop (interaction between faculty and the graduate students, quality of presentations, etc.) What did you like? *
What did not work? What did you find that you did not like? *
What are your suggestions? What would improve the quality of this workshop? *
Academic Status *
Non-Stanford Presenters, etc.
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