Changing Human Experience
CHE advances research in the humanities, arts, and social sciences critical to the understanding of our rapidly changing human experience and ensures that these ideas reach a broad public.
"In Their Own Words" new essay and radio series features faculty voices
Stanford faculty reflect on a question or topic they have been grappling with throughout their careers.
For graduate students
The Public Humanities Initiative facilitates a path to public engagement and publication for students interested in writing about the arts and humanities for a wide popular audience.
The Feminist Present
Hosts Adrian Daub and Laura Goode welcome a range of feminists from academia, journalism, activism, and more in "The Feminist Present," the 1st podcast from the Clayman Institute for Gender Research.
So, you want to write an op-ed? The Public Humanities can help.
The program aims to equip faculty and students with the skills to engage in public discourse and communicate their ideas outside the halls of academia.
Faculty in the News
- Leaders Don't Need to Choose Between Empathy and Efficiency | Jamil Zaki (Psychology) | Fast Company
- How runaway disability compensation is straining Veterans Affairs | Mark Duggan (Economics) | The Hill
- The Five-Day Office Week is Dead | Nicholas Bloom (Economics) | New York Times
- Behind the Most Famous Men in Economics There Have Always Been Women | Jennifer Burns (History) | New York Times
- By Abandoning Civics, Colleges Helped Create the Culture Wars | Debra Satz (Philosophy), Dan Edelstein (French and Italian) | New York Times
- The Hydra of "Hybrid War" | Robert Crews (History) | The New Paradigm
- The Supreme Court is Wrong About Andy Warhol | Richard Meyer (Art and Art History) | New York Times
- You Call This 'Flexible Work?' | Fred Turner (Communication) | New York Times
- Democracy Isn’t Just About Voting | Priya Satia (History) | Foreign Policy
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