Multimedia: John Hatcher

Humanities Center fellow John Hatcher is professor of economic and social history and chairman of the history faculty at the University of Cambridge. In January, he discussed his new book, The Black Death: A Personal History (Perseus Publishing, June, 2008), at Stanford's Green Library.  read more »

Fellows Update

Here's what we've heard from you. If you have news to share, send an email to shc-newsletter@stanford.edu. Also, stayed tuned in the next few months for a Humanities Center publicity survey. We will be soliciting your input on the type of news you would like to receive from us.  read more »

Announcements: New International Program

The Stanford Humanities Center and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) are pleased to announce that the first cohort of international scholars has been chosen to come to Stanford in 2009-10 as part of a new jointly sponsored pilot program.  read more »

Coming and Goings: Incoming Fellows 2009-10

The Stanford Humanities Center has named twenty-two fellows for the 2009-10 academic year.  read more »

Fellows Update

Here's what we've heard from you. If you have news to share, send an email to shc-newsletter@stanford.edu. Also, stayed tuned in the next few months for a Humanities Center publicity survey. We will be soliciting your input on the type of news you would like to receive from us.  read more »

Director Aron Rodrigue on the Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire lasted for six centuries—from the fourteenth century to the early twentieth century—and at its height it spanned most of the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeastern Europe.  read more »

Fellows Update

Here's what we've heard from you.  read more »

Multimedia: John Felstiner at Litquake 2008

Can poetry save the earth? Three-time Humanities Center fellow John Felstiner thinks so. Find out why in this video clip from the 2008 Litcrawl in San Francisco.  read more »

Stanford Humanities Center at Litquake 2008

What do a philosopher, a poet, and a historian have to say about the global environmental crisis?  read more »

Fellows Update

Here's what we've heard from you. Listed are updates sent specifically for inclusion in the newsletter. A full list of fellows’ publications for 2007-08 will also be published in the Annual Report—to view it now, visit http://shc.stanford.edu/fellowships/Publications0708.htm. Please stay in touch, and if you have news to share, send an email to shc-newsletter@stanford.edu.  read more »

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