Michele Elam, English
Stanford University Press
Edith Sheffer, History
Oxford University Press
Paul DeMarinis, Art and Art History
February 22, 2012
Former Senator Russ Feingold will be a guest at a live taping of “Philosophy Talk" at Stanford University on March 15, 2012.
September 26, 2011
Stanford to Host launch Event for PBS Series "Women, War & Peace"
April 22, 2011
Stanford President John L. Hennessy To Open Pioneering Technology And Humanities Conference
April 18, 2011
Stanford Lively Arts announces 2011-12 season
April 5, 2011
Cantor Arts Center’s Cool Café Launches New Exhibition Space for Students
January 19, 2011
Kimball Hall, Stanford’s now official Arts Theme House, launches new programs in 2010-2011 and announces RF leadership transition for 2011-2012
September 9, 2010
Stanford Scholars Question How We Talk About Race and Ethnicity in America
May 4, 2010
SiCa announces grant recipients in arts, science, and technology & arts and humanities categories for the 2010-2011 year of “Memory.”
April 2, 2010
Four Literary Scholars, Including Two Stanford Professors, Have Released an Album of Songs Inspired by Great Works of Literature.
January 21, 2010
The Department of Art & Art History Presents "Beyond Boundaries"
General Humanities News
July 18, 2011
Humanities scholars discuss their 'shared mental map' for a new age of digital communication
A select group of scholars, publishers, librarians, funders and representatives of scholarly societies gather to talk about 'new-model scholarly communication' and better ways to promote it.
June 15, 2011
The Humanities: Fundamental but utilitarian
After moderating a briefing on Capitol Hill on the relationship between humanities research and national security, Cornell President David Skorton shares his thoughts in the Huffington Post.
New edition of Journal of Transatlantic American Studies
The Editors of the Journal of Transnational American Studies, a peer-reviewed online, open-access journal published by the American Cultures and Global Contexts Center at the University of California-Santa Barbara and the Program in American Studies at Stanford University, are pleased to announce the publication of the journal's latest issue.
December 14, 2010
NEH Announces Latest Awards and Offers
In December, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced $23 million in grants for 371 humanities projects. This funding will support a variety of projects, including research, fellowships and awards for independent scholars and college and university teachers.Read the article - National Humanities Alliance
December 2, 2010
Groundbreaking journal launches in the UK
The launch of the first British journal to span all disciplines in the arts and the social sciences could herald a new era in open-access and cross-disciplinary publishing in the humanities.Read the article - Times Higher Education
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Stanford Humanities in the News
Experts explain why certain words sound fat.
The article cites Dan Jurafsky, professor of lingusitics.
Mapping the Republic of Letters
Noting how the availability of digital technologies presents historians with new ways to explore the past, the article features Stanford's Mapping the Republic of Letters project and quotes Dan Edelstein, professor of French and Italian; Caroline Winterer, professor of history and director of the Stanford Humanities Center; and mentions Giovanna Ceserani, an associate professor of classics.
November 18, 2013
Letter to the Editor: Saving the humanities and students' wallets.
Alumna Caroline Wellbery responds to President John L. Hennessy's co-authored article, "Colleges need humanities, too."
November 14, 2013
Lessons from the humanities and social sciences.
The opinion piece is co-authored by President John L. Hennessy.
November 13, 2013
Vienna Teng: Bright and larger than life.
Alumna Vienna Teng, a singer/songwriter is profiled.
November 12, 2013
Intel's anthropologist helps chipmaker prepare for coming decades.
The article features alumni Genevieve Bell.
November 12, 2013
Stanford historian sees hazard in U.S. military-civilian gap.
The article features David Kennedy, emeritus professor of history, on his Veteran's Day talk.
November 6, 2013
Can You Teach a Computer How to Read?
The article describes NaSent (Neural Analysis of Sentiment) a program created by Stanford computer scientists, Richard Socher, Christopher Manning, Andrew Ng and linguist Christopher Potts.
November 6, 2013
Provocative Choreographer Jerome Bel Brings a Festival to Stanford University.
Professor Janice Ross, director of ITALIC and the Dance Division, is quoted. The event was a major booking coup for Stanford Live.