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Faculty in the News Archive:

June, 2010

June 30, 2010

Quotes Jean Oi, director of Stanford University's China

June 23, 2010

The Cantor Arts Center exhibition includes 75 drawings,
watercolors and
small oils from an important 19th century artist from American
River school. Cantor's collection of 250 works of art puts
it among
one of the top places to...

June 22, 2010

Since 1972, Stanford has celebrated the most American of art forms
- now
it looks to jazz's African forebears and its cousins in
Europe and around the world.

June 17, 2010

Reviewer Scott Turow, a former Edith Mirrielees Fellow and Jones
at the Stanford Creative Writing Center, recalls advice he received
then-director Richard Scowcroft.

June 17, 2010

"Tracing the Past, Drawing the Future: Master Ink
Painters in
20th Century China," a gripping exhibition at the Cantor
Center for
Visual Arts, offers a rare look at one thread of China's
reckoning with the breakdown of ancestral...

June 15, 2010

A distinguished member of the Stanford faculty for two decades and
scholar of African-American drama, Professor Elam will oversee
6,500-student undergraduate program, including general education and
overseas studies.

June 12, 2010

Philosophy Professor Debra Satz argues that "noxious"
are a reflection of some of our most intractable problems and that
not go away until we address the underlying issues.

June 11, 2010

Rebekah Meredith and Kevin Gordon, both graduate students at
have won an Academy Award in the student category for their latest
documentary short, "Dreams Awake," about a campus
They will find out whether they own gold, silver, or...

June 10, 2010

The Marina Abramovic Institute's 'Making Visible'
features Muriel Maffre, lecturer in dance and artist-in-residence.

June 8, 2010

Beginning in a backyard in 1961, Canyon Cinema went on to become
one of
the world's leading distributors of avant-garde independent
coordinating a network of otherwise unpaid artists.

June 2, 2010

A group of Stanford undergrads has successfully released the third
of a new magazine, The Claw. In its second year, the publication has
evolved into a mix of serious reporting, satire and thoughtful

June 2, 2010

Stanford Alumnus Dana Gioia (AB English 1973; MBA 1977) published
one of Taylor Graham's poems in a literary review at

June 1, 2010

Adrienne Mayor, a research scholar in the Department of Classics
and a
visiting scholar in the Program in History & Philosophy of
& Technology, received a gold medal at the 14th annual
Publisher Book Awards...