Leadership Intensive will become Stanford's fifth September Studies program, joining Arts Intensive, Bing Honors College, Sophomore College and Leland Scholars.
BY KATHLEEN J. SULLIVAN
What Is the Future of the History PhD?
by Ann Hall
HNN, May 5 2014
Ann Hall is director of communications at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Robert Darnton, Caroline Winterer, Robert Townsend
Photo credit: Laura Christoffels
Stanford Report, May 29, 2014Stanford historian sees new perspectives on Chinese border disputes in declassified Qing dynasty maps
Through a study of late 19th-century Chinese maps, doctoral student Eric Vanden Bussche has discovered border development origins that offer a new historical perspective on China's territorial disputes today.
BY RACHEL SMITH The Humanities at Stanford
The academy is one of the country's oldest and most prestigious honorary learned societies, and a leading center for independent policy research.
Eleven Stanford professors recently have been elected as members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
History Professor Mikael Wolfe discusses Mexico's groundwater depletion and its relationship to migration in the article "Mexican state of Guanajuato suffering poor water quality, erosion issues" by Molly Peterson (Take Two, December 19th, 2013).
A Stanford historian argues that the Ukrainian crisis reflects a deep desire among many people in that country for a more democratic, pro-Western government and economy. But the future is unclear.
BY CLIFTON B. PARKER
Stanford humanities scholars put the human back into economics
Stanford Report, January 9, 2014
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Social Movements, Mobilization, and Contestation in the Middle East and North Africa (Second Edition)by Joel Beinin
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