- Stanford historian's digital mapping of U.S. Postal Service tracks boom and bust of 19th-century American West
Developed by Stanford scholars, Geography of the Post is an interactive digital platform that turns data about the history of the U.S. Postal Service into visualizations.
A pioneering textual analysis of French political speeches led by Stanford Professor of French Cécile Alduy reveals how Marine Le Pen, leader of France's surging far-right National Front, has made extremism palatable in a land of republican values.
In an exhibition of rare books and in her research, Stanford history scholar Mackenzie Cooley reveals how studying the animals in Western culture can improve stewardship of the natural world today.
Humanities Center fellow and historian of Islam Fred Donner builds on his theories about the diverse religious origins of Islam through an intensive study and translation of previously neglected or unknown documents from the seventh century.