Stanford digital humanities researchers, History Professors Paula Findlen and Caroline Winterer along with Associate Professor of French, Dan Edelstein recieved the National Endowment for the Humanities grant. Corrie Goldman writes about the grant and project in an article for "the Human Experience". Click here for the complete article.
History Professor Joel Beinin talks about Egypt and Syria on Stnaford's Open Hoffic Hours. To view the segment click here.
Stanford Report, September 11, 2013Stanford historian examines the politics of sexual violence
Through a study of the changing definitions of rape, Stanford professor Estelle Freedman finds that political power and social privilege create complex perceptions of sexual violence.
BY JUSTIN TACKETT The Humanities at Stanford
On Aug. 19, 2012, Rep. Todd Akin of Missouri discussed "legitimate rape" during a television interview as part of his bid for Senate.
History Professor Caroline Winterer sat down with Degrees of Freedom to discuss the change in higher education after the end of the Civil war. Click here to listen to the segment.
Professor Allyson Hobbs participates in a panel discussion on “The State of Black America 150 Years After the Emancipation Proclamation: Honoring the Past, Defining the Future” recently aired on the Tavis Smiley show. This very important discussion is now available online (click to listen ).
PhD candidate Annelise Heinz tracks the intersection of race and gender in 20th-century American culture through a study of the game of mahjong.
BY ASHLEY WALTERS
The Humanities at Stanford
Courtesy of: The Stanford Dish, May 14th, 2013
Talks and Videos
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by Londa Schiebinger
Social Movements, Mobilization, and Contestation in the Middle East and North Africa (Second Edition)by Joel Beinin
by Paula Findlen
by Freedman, Estelle
by Yumi Moon