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  1. Nov 10

    Moving presentation by Isaac Blacksin anthropologist on war reporters trying to make sense of the senseless, of trauma and violence - to create coherence for journalistic narratives Conference on War, Literature & the Arts

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  2. Nov 30

    Making a career on Broadway requires more than talent, says Harry Elam, vice president for the arts and professor of theater and performance studies. "You have to love it so much that there is nothing more important."

  3. Nov 30

    🙌 Kudos to 2014-15 Humanities Center fellow Attiya Ahmad whose 2017 book, "Everyday Conversations," won two Middle East-related awards! 📕📘

  4. Nov 28

    This article peeks into the favorite books and reading habits of professors part of the Stanford staff.

  5. Nov 23

    Professor Carson is the winner of the 2018 John W. Blassingame Award, given by the Southern Historical Association in recognition of his distinguished teaching and scholarship on civil rights.

  6. Nov 21
  7. Nov 19

    Kristina Correa, a biology major, intends to study immunology and computer science at Oxford. Rhodes Scholars are chosen for their outstanding scholarly achievements, as well as their commitment to others and to the common good.

  8. Nov 17

    "If there had been LinkedIn, he would have signed up," says Stanford Humanities Center director Caroline Winterer.

  9. Mar 5

    March News from the Stanford Humanities Center -

  10. Feb 5

    February News from the Stanford Humanities Center -

  11. Jan 22

    You can check out our interview with Khera on the same subject of biometric data here:

  12. Jan 22

    Economist Reetika Khera, a recent International visitor to the Humanities Center, critiques Aadhar, in today's on India’s grand program to provide a unique id number to each of its 1.3 billion residents.

  13. Jan 22

    Eh up! It's only Academia's ProgRock Professor ! Was here as a Humanities Center Distinguished Visitor

  14. Jan 22

    Ever find yourself wondering how to fight a repressive regime? The Tudor playwright, John Heywood, who survived the reigns of such rulers as Henry VIII, would suggest using a little humor.

  15. Jan 18

    . Writer Chang-Rae Lee. Historian and staff writer Louis Menand. Those are just a few events happening at the Stanford Humanities Center this winter. Join us!

  16. Jan 17

    Don't miss a discussion of as a literary work with four profs. Wed, Jan 24, 7:30 pm, at the Bechtel Conference Center.

  17. Jan 17

    Tomorrow, 6 pm, at the Humanities Center: former fellow, Dr. James Lock, will moderate a discussion on Frankenstein:

  18. Jan 8

    Join us for an evening with activist and labor leader this Thursday, Jan. 11, at 7 p.m. RSVP here.

  19. Jan 8

    Happy New Year from the Stanford Humanities Center -

  20. 18 Dec 2017

    A unique map from 1587 has been digitally reassembled at the David Rumsey Map Center and is now part of their collection.


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