Now a graduate student in the School of Education, Michaela Karis was a young girl when her family took a road trip through the Arizona desert. It was the family’s first trip with three young kids. The trip was going pretty well until they took a wrong turn down an unmarked desert road and got their car stuck in...
Humanities Center Director Caroline Winterer delivers a lively talk on how the Stanford Library's Tannenbaum Collection illuminates early American history.
By analyzing how people cooperate and make plans, philosophy Professor Michael Bratman creates a framework for understanding human sociality that has implications in fields ranging from psychology to artificial intelligence.
Literary academic and Stanford Humanities Center fellow Alvan Ikoku explores how fictionalized accounts of the tropics and malaria research simultaneously foster and examine the foundations for global health.