Stanford DLCL


The Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages (DLCL) teaches its students to think about how people use language to make sense of the world.

Stanford, CA
Joined April 2013


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  1. Apr 11

    Next Tuesday/Friday, Christian Kiening (University of Zurich) talks at Stanford:

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    3 Oct 2016

    Ramzi Salti on the musical heritage of the Arab Spring, Muslim Cool, and live music at Stanford:

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    17 May 2016

    - était en aux USA pour la parution de son titre Arab Jazz chez

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    4 Apr 2016

    Getting ready for Digital Humanities Focal Group hosted presentation on the Augmented Palimpsest:

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    18 Mar 2016

    April 4th @ noon, 's Digital Humanities Focal Group hosts a talk on Augmented Palimpsest:

  6. 11 Mar 2016

    Today at 1pm, a roundtable discussion on the intersection of literature and medicine:

  7. 9 Mar 2016

    Thursday and Friday, Yoko Tawada, critical acclaimed writer speaks at Stanford:

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    25 Jan 2016

    The 's Digital Humanities Focal Group is listening to talk about Palladio from

  9. 19 Nov 2015

    Monday, November 30: a discussion and film screening with director/producer Nancy Kates.

  10. 12 Nov 2015

    Next Monday: Our debut roundtable discussion, DLCL+, will take place at 4:30pm.

  11. 10 Nov 2015

    Today at 5pm, film screening and discussion from filmmaker Valentina Leduc.

  12. 23 Sep 2015

    Next week, 6 of prominent Latin American filmmakers come to Stanford to screen and discuss their work.

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    NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent , '96, will deliver tomorrow's Commencement address. Watch it live:

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    21 May 2015

    Arabic Program End of Year Party!

  15. 21 May 2015

    Happening now, Annual Springfest. Staff celebrate 30+ years of service.

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    18 May 2015

    Big thanks to for a fascinating talk, "Designing for Evil" that he gave to the

  17. 24 Apr 2015

    Wednesday, April 29 at 7:00pm is the film screening of Curfew, Tuba Atlantic, Asas, and The Mozart of Pickpockets

  18. 24 Apr 2015

    Wednesday, April 29 at 12:30pm is an invitation to lunch with Prof. Andrew Brown for all DLCL students

  19. 24 Apr 2015

    Tuesday, April 28 at 5:00pm join us for the conversation "A Civilization of Discontents: Social Media Demystified"

  20. 24 Apr 2015

    Join us Tuesday, April 28 at noon for the talk "The German Atlantic? Recovering an Invisible World"

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