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Faculty in the News Archive:

September, 2010

September 27, 2010

American history professor Jack Rakove is quoted in a comparison of today's Tea Parties and the 18th-century Revolutionaries.

September 26, 2010

Diane Frank, lecturer in dance, comments on the aerial dance
movement.

September 24, 2010

Abbas Milani, director of the Iranian Studies Program, comments on
the
Iranian president.

September 23, 2010

History professor Norman Naimark argues that we need a broader
definition
of genocide in his controversial new book, Stalin's
Genocides.

September 19, 2010

English professor Valerie Miner comments on the work of Joyce
Carol
Oates, who recently visited Stanford for the annual freshmen "Three
Books" roundtable.

September 17, 2010

This year's "Three Books" freshman
roundtable, held in a
packed and noisy Memorial Auditorium on a Sunday afternoon, brought
together three great contemporary authors to impart their wisdom to
incoming freshmen.

September 17, 2010

Celebrating Mexico: The Grito de Dolores and the Mexican
Revolution opens
today at the Green Library. Stanford is joining Berkeley's
Bancroft
Library with collaborating exhibits celebrating the Mexican
bicentennial. Both libraries are well known for their...

September 15, 2010

"Celebrating Mexico: The Grito of Dolores and the Mexican
Revolution
1810/1910/2010" will showcase the extensive Mexican
collections at
both Stanford and UC Berkeley.

September 15, 2010

Appointment of first executive director of Stanford arts programs
signals
the university's continued commitment to the arts.

September 15, 2010

Appointment of first executive director of Stanford arts programs
signals
the university's continued commitment to the arts.

September 14, 2010

Classics professor's new book argues that history is a
slow,
complicated tango between geography and social development.

September 13, 2010

Quotes Patrick Hunt, lecturer in anthropology.

September 12, 2010

Interview with Skip Horack, lecturer of English, about his novel
"The
Eden Hunter".

September 7, 2010

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy attracts 700,000 visits per
week.

September 3, 2010

Jean-Marie Apostolidès, professor of French, is writing
a
philosophical and psychological study of Theodore Kaczynski.