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Faculty in the News Archive:

May, 2009

May 27, 2009

Michel Serres, a foremost philosopher of France, is a Permanent
Visiting
Faculty member at Stanford.

May 26, 2009

Cantor Arts Center features associate professor of music Mark
Applebaum's
experimental work "The Metaphysics of Notation,"
played by a
different musician every Friday.

May 24, 2009

Quotes Jindong Cai, associate professor (performance) of music and
Symphony Orchestra conductor

May 21, 2009

Review of play by Amy Freed, artist-in-residence in the drama
department.

May 17, 2009

Quotes assistant professor of history Priya Satia from the
Stanford
alumni magazine

May 15, 2009

Quotes Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, professor of comparative literature
and of
French and Italian

May 14, 2009

Cites John Perry, professor emeritus of philosophy

May 14, 2009

The China Beat, May 14, 2009

May 13, 2009

Feature article on five graduating MFA students' thesis
exhibit

May 10, 2009

Quotes David M. Kennedy, professor emeritus of history.

May 8, 2009

"Concerto for Florist and Ensemble" by associate
professor of
music Mark Applebaum

May 8, 2009

"Pop Apocalypse" by Lee Konstantinou, graduate
student in
English

May 8, 2009

Alumnus Nolan Gasser (PhD Music 2001) is artistic director of
Classical
Archives, which is funded by Pierre Schwob, who recently donated $1
million to Stanford's astrophysics department.

May 8, 2009

Chronicle of Higher Education, May 8, 2009

May 8, 2009

Professor of History Steven Zipperstein's article on the
inspiration
and process of writing his book Rosenfeld's Lives

May 7, 2009

Co-founder Ge Wang, assistant professor of music, developed Smule's Ocarina app. More than 900,000 copies have been sold.

May 7, 2009

Co-founder Ge Wang, assistant professor of music, developed Smule's
Ocarina app. More than 900,000 copies have been sold.

May 6, 2009

Greenpeace featured professor of English John Felstiner's personal story and his new book Can Poetry Save the Earth on their Story Center homepage.

May 4, 2009

"The Metaphysics of Notation", a musical score
composed by
Professor of Music Mark Applebaum, is now on exhibit at the Cantor
Arts
Center. It features a collection of "soundsculptures,"
which
are agglomerations of found objects hardware-...

May 1, 2009

Review of Professor of History Steven Zipperstein's book
Rosenfeld's
Lives in Haaretz, Israel's leading newspaper