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Faculty in the News Archive:

November, 2012

November 30, 2012

Nearly completed Bing Concert Hall draws praise.

November 27, 2012

An OpEd by Stanford History Professor Richard White.

November 23, 2012

Stanford Philosophy Professor John Perry calls his book of musings
sort of philosophical self-help program for depressed
and, according to the Palo Alto Weekly, ;he doesn't

November 23, 2012

The private preview of Christian Marclay's "Video
at Stanford's Cantor Arts Center on Nov. 13 celebrated the
major video installation at the museum.

November 22, 2012

A new biography by Stanford English Professor Denise Gigante shows
John Keats as an adventurous, athletic fellow who enjoyed dodgy
and loved wine.

November 19, 2012

"Silicon Valley culture really rewards a certain kind of
single-minded pursuit of success," said Leslie Berlin, a
with Stanford University's Silicon Valley archives and a
fellow at
Stanford's Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral...

November 18, 2012

An overview of Stanford Linguistic Professor Penny Eckert's
of California Project featuring quotes from graduate students
Janneke Van Hofwegen, Ed King and Roey Gafter.

November 17, 2012

Referencing a post WWI surveillance campaign, Stanford historian
Satia argues against the use of unmanned drones.

November 15, 2012

At October's Lorenz Eitner Lecture at Stanford University,
Meinick discussed his radical shift away from the text of ancient
towards understnadign the importance of masks and movements by
his theatrical knowledge with cognative neuroscience...

November 14, 2012

High school student and jazz prodegy Kevin Coelho discusses
attending the Stanford Jazz Workshop and hopes to attend Stanford as
computer science undergraduate.

November 11, 2012

"Stanford University Libraries established the first
university-based collection of materials on the Bahai religion this
month," the New York Times reports.

November 8, 2012

'We can change Stockton,' the Stanford graduate
says. 'I
never said I was going to do it by myself. But I can be the
catalyst. I
can bring ideas and the research. I have a sense of hope.'
Tubbs (BA Comparative Studies In Race And...

November 7, 2012

Her new book examines how the French became synonymous with amour.
is a senior scholar at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research.].

November 7, 2012

An OpEd written by Stanford History Professor and Director of
the Bill Lane Center for the American West David Kennedy.

November 1, 2012

A profile on Stanford alumni Anne Sage (BA English '05)
and her
diverse career as a stylist and blogger.

November 1, 2012

Stanford Art and Art History lecturer Britta Erickson is among
quoted in an article examining works by contemporary Chinese