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Map of Grave Reform in Modern China
Jan 8 2016 | Stanford Report
A digital humanities project led by Stanford historian Tom Mullaney is creating a map that illustrates the ongoing and multifaceted impact of funeral reform and grave relocation in China. BY TOM WINTERBOTTOM   In the last 15 years, grave relocation has been taking place in China on a massive...
Radical Equality bookcover
Jan 7 2016
The Indian Express named Professor Aishwary Kumar’s new book, “Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi, and the Risk of Democracy”, one of the 15 most influential books of 2015. The list includes books by George Kateb on Abraham Lincoln (Abraham's Political Thought) and by Richard Bourke on Edmund Burke...
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"