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Dec 4 2015
Stanford doctoral student Samuel Clowes Huneke's research traces the history of the gay suicide trope from its roots in 20th-century Germany to its insidious prevalence in modern American pop culture. By Tanu Wakefield
Mikael Wolfe addressing students
Nov 20 2015
History Professor Mikael Wolfe gave a talk for students at the Fossil Free Stanford Faculty Teach-In Series on Wednesday, November 18, 2015. The talk was titled "Climate of Denial: Past, Present, and Future of Climate Denialism"
Aishwary Kumar addressing students
Nov 20 2015
History Professor Aishwary Kumar taught his class "Liberalism and Violence" at Fossil Free Stanford on November 18, 2003. The three hour class, held at the Quad that morning, was centered on questions of freedom and force as they appear in Mohandas Gandhi's Hind Swaraj and Hannah Arendt's Crises of...
Nov 20 2015
Filmmaker Mira Nair joined Stanford history professors Robert Crews and Aishwary Kumar on Wednesday to screen “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” (2013) and discuss the challenges associated with producing ethnic films.