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Emily Bradley Greenfield is a 6th year Ph.D. candidate in U.S. History. Her dissertation – “‘Carry Me Back to Old Virginia’: Slavery, Memory, and the Making of a National Shrine” – is supported by a 2023-24 Mellon Foundation Fellowship…

From June 16th to August 28th, 2023, I was a member of Stanford Spokes, a team of six Stanford students who biked across the country and taught self-designed educational workshops for over 250 K-12 students at schools, libraries, and learning…

A group of notable Center scholars including William Allen, Colleen Sheehan, and Jonathan Gienapp, joined National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen for a discussion of the issues and events in early America that led to the…

Dr. Samia Errazzouki, a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow working with the Department of History and a Moroccan American historian of North Africa, has been participating in numerous interviews on the devastating earthquake in Morocco that took place in…

Josh Kallmer graduated from Stanford in 1995 with a B.A. in History and Public Policy. After receiving his J.D. from Georgetown University, he has held positions in a number of legal companies, nonprofits, and U.S. federal agencies, devising…

Ph.D. Candidate Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin's short film, Sites of Memory and Recovery: A Black San Francisco Story in Dance, made as part of the Reimaging History course and made possible through the funding of the history department, has been…

Professor Anne Twitty joined the history department in August 2023 as Associate Professor. Her work explores American legal and public history. She is the author of 'Before Dred Scott: Slavery and Legal Culture in the American Confluence, 1787-…

The reaction to Israel's judicial overhaul has for months been loud, and at times chaotic, but that did not stop the country's right-wing government from approving the first phase of the plan Monday. The law limits the ability of Israel's Supreme…

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If you’ve been tuning in for one of 2023’s hottest shows — Federal Reserve press briefings — you may have noticed an oft-repeated phrase on the Fed chair’s lips: “long and variable lag.”

“It’s sort of standard thinking that…

Mark your calendars for these incredible forthcoming opportunities with Stanford Department of History Faculty:

 

 

Florence Sabbatical with David Kennedy: April 3 to May 1Italian Riviera and Cinque Terre Hike with…