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Technology & Racial Equity Field Incubator

The Technology & Racial Equity Field Incubator will convene Stanford faculty to map the problem space at the intersection of technology and racial equity and identify key interventions to…

Paula Findlen is a historian of science and technology at Stanford University. Her research focuses on the cultural and social history of science in early modern Europe, with an emphasis on Italy. She is the author of several books…

Undergraduate alum Arjan Walia (Stanford 2022) receives the 2023 Joan Nestle Prize from the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender History (CLGBTH) for his "By and For Ourselves: Gay Men of Color and the…

Professor Rowan Dorin's book, No Return: Jews, Christian Usurers, and the Spread of Mass Expulsion in Medieval Europe (Princeton University Press, 2023), investigates the complex and interwoven history of deportations of both groups.…

Professor Steven Press received the German Studies Association's 2022 David Barclay Book Prize for his Blood Diamonds: Germany's Imperial Ambitions in Africa. 

The award committee expressed that they were "deeply impressed by the…

Professor Thomas Mullaney's Fall 2022 course provided an opportunity for Stanford students to explore archival materials from Stanford Libraries’ Silicon Valley Archives, and create their own museum exhibitions.

“This is our way of thinking…

The goal of this paper is to provide a guide for environmentally-friendly menstrual product options for industry, governmental policy makers and consumers. We present the results of comparative analyses of such products—disposable nonorganic and…

Disorientation: Stanford Students and the Legacy of the Black Panther Party is a unique oral history podcast that brings together Stanford students, faculty, staff, and community members throughout the Bay Area to explore Stanford’s history with…

Stanford History was recognized in multiple ways at this year's Annual Meeting of the American Society for Legal History. Professor Rowan Dorin's Corpus Synodalium project was awarded the Dudziak Prize for Digital Legal History and Professor…

On November 3, the United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly condemned the U.S. Blockade of Cuba by a vote of 185 to 2 (the United States and Israel voting against) for the 30th time since 1992. All U.S. NATO allies, including…