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Faculty in the News Archive:

April, 2009

April 27, 2009

(Review of Rosenfeld's Lives) JBooks.com, April 27, 2009

April 27, 2009

[Feature article on Stanford English professor John Felstiner's interest in environmentaism in poetry.]

April 27, 2009

[Stanford professor of English Shelley Fisher Fishkins discusses
how she
discovered Mark Twain's play 'Is He Dead?'
which she is
staging for the first time on the West Coast at the Center Theater
in
Long Beach.]

April 27, 2009

[Feature article re: Lukas Ligeti, who was a visiting composer at
the
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics from 1994-1996.]

April 23, 2009

[Review of Lively Arts performance at Memorial Church. Cut Circle
was
founded by assistant professor of music Jesse Rodin.]

April 22, 2009

[Assistant professor of music Ge Wang"s iPhone apps. Quotes Steve Sano, professor of music, and two students.]

April 20, 2009

Writers Read Blog, April 20, 2009

April 20, 2009

Prof. Wolff was one of twelve Stanford scholars who were elected
as new
fellows.

April 16, 2009

[New developments for the company Smule, co-founded by Ge Wang, assistant professor of music.]

April 14, 2009

The 2009-10 fellows were chosen from a pool of more than 400
applicants
and include scholars from other institutions, Stanford faculty and
advanced Stanford graduate students.

April 14, 2009

[Tom McFadden, a Stanford biology instructor, produced "Regulatin'
Genes" and five other rap videos as a teaching aid for his
students. His videos are now gaining attention nationwide for their
creativity.]

April 10, 2009

Five poets and five fiction writers have been awarded the 2009-10 Stanford Creative Writing Program's Wallace Stegner Fellowships.

April 7, 2009

[Re: Alex McInturff, graduate student at the School of Earth
Sciences.
His advisers include Professor of history Richard White, and
Professor
emeritus of history David Kennedy.]

April 7, 2009

[Quotes Professor emeritus of history David Kennedy.]

April 7, 2009

[Professor of English and Mark Twain scholar Shelly Fisher-Fishkin
discovered the author's manuscript after 100 years of
disappearance
and helped to initiate its revival as a play.]

September 20, 2017

[The Stanford Laptop Orchestra is led by assistant professor of
music Ge
Wang.]