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Faculty in the News Archive:

January, 2010

January 31, 2010

San Francisco Chronicle, January 31, 2010

January 31, 2010

Stanford professor Terry Castle's new book informs,
amuses,
speculates and startles.

January 29, 2010

New Stanford podcast tour explores connections between science and
outdoor art.

January 28, 2010

Stanford libraries to host a Grolier Library exhibit on British
novelist
Mary Webb this May.

January 28, 2010

Stanford libraries curator Henry Lowood comments on the connection
between casual and so-called hardcore video games.

January 28, 2010

Stanford students study graphic novels in English professor Andrea
Lunsford's class.

January 27, 2010

The 4236 texting service allows hundreds of volunteers to
translate
requests for help in Haiti. Stanford linguist Robert Munro
comments.

January 25, 2010

In a candid interview, Stanford English Professor Terry Castle
discusses
her new memoir.

January 24, 2010

Consulting professor of English Valerie Miner reviews a novel by
Gail
Godwin.

January 22, 2010

Stanford professor of history Gordon H. Chang comments on the
proliferation of evangelical Chinese churches in the Bay Area.

January 21, 2010

Stanford professor emeritus of history David Kennedy is one of
five U.S.
historians whose insights President Barack Obama sought to grade his
performance in his first year of office.

January 20, 2010

Research at the Clayman Institute by Stanford professor of history
Londa
Schiebinger and Shannon Gilmartin reveals the inequity of household
chores.

January 19, 2010

The New York Times discusses recent research by Stanford's
Londa
Schiebinger and Shannon Gilmartin into the division of work in the
homes
of female lab scientists.

January 19, 2010

The Clayman Institute for Gender and Research at Stanford finds
that
female scientists have more obligations at home. Director and
history
professor Londa Schiebinger comments.

January 15, 2010

An interview with English professor Terry Castle.

January 14, 2010

Stanford historian Clayborne Carson describes his work making
Martin
Luther King's papers are available to a wider audience.

January 13, 2010

As the nation prepares to celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther
King
Jr., Stanford historian Clayborne Carson discusses what the late
civil
rights leader would think of social and economic justice in America
if
he were alive today.

January 13, 2010

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Steve Reich is awarded a temporary
visiting artist residency at Stanford, courtesy of Stanford Lively
Arts.

January 7, 2010

Gwyneth Lewis, a Fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center,
discusses
poetry and language.

January 7, 2010

Stanford percussionists will invoke Steve Reich in a performance on Saturday.

January 3, 2010

Q&A with Stanford lecturer Elif Batuman, who takes a fresh
look at a
forbidding body of literature.

January 1, 2010

Human Experience, January, 2010