Research workshops bring together Stanford faculty members and graduate students, along with visiting fellows and scholars at Bay Area institutions, to share research and explore topics of common intellectual concern.
Residential fellowships afford scholars from diverse disciplines, career stages, and academic institutions the time and space to pursue in-depth research while benefitting from the perspectives of a multidisciplinary community.
Public events bring prominent and innovative thinkers to Stanford to engage the wider community in discussions of history, culture, and the arts.
In collaboration with the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and other units on campus, the Center brings high-profile international scholars to Stanford for short-term visits to share their research with faculty and students.
The SHC Research Lab projects put advanced technology to work for humanities research using interpretative, qualitative methods. Projects are mostly long-term (3 yrs +), collaborative, and international in scope.