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Stanford recreates world of Incan pottery

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The Inca artisans of the 1570s tried to recreate the pots made before the Spanish Conquest. Now Stanford's Archaeology Center retraces their steps. It's quite a task: No one has been able to copy the skill or technology developed by these imperial artists of the Andes.

Herant Katchadourian talks about guilt

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We all know something about guilt and shame, and different disciplines have their own pet theories. In a new book, featured in Stanford magazine, Herant Katchadourian, professor emeritus of psychiatry and human biology, delves into these universal emotions. In a Q&A he talks about why.

A historical perspective on gender issues in China

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China has 32 million more men under the age of 20 than women. This imbalance is higher in rural areas and leads to questions of marriage, progeny and social stability. Research featured in the latest article in Gender News explores the implications.

Campus Announcements »

  • Today is the day!: Have you made your benefits choices yet? Open Enrollment closes at midnight, tonight, Nov. 13. Act now!
  • Lively Arts change: Lively Arts has announced the addition of pianists Vakhtang Kodanashvili and Nikita Abrosimov as part of its Prokofiev Project, running through Sunday. They are performing in place of Alexander Toradze, who was forced to cancel his visit due to emergency knee surgery.
  • Cardinal sports this weekend: If you're like us, you can't get enough of soccer star Kelley O'Hara, football star Toby Gerhart and the rest of the Cardinal athletes! Among the teams competing on campus this weekend are women's volleyball, men's soccer, fencing and men's basketball. Check out the schedule.
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