Past Research Workshops
Well before the 2008 global economic crisis, historians, anthropologists, and economic sociologists worked to reclaim interpretive authority from t
This workshop seeks to combine social scientific and humanistic approaches to the ancient world.
Stanford Archaeology Center’s (SAC) 2016 workshop series will explore the theme of histories and futures, recognizing that social sciences research
Operating under the theme of ‘political landscapes,’ this interdisciplinary workshop will explore the intersections of heritage, nationalism, and l
This interdisciplinary workshop explores the theme of connectivity and temporality in the archaeologicalrecord.
This workshop provides an opportunity for scholars to examine historical and modern Chinese, Himalayan, Indian, and Japanese representations and co
Researchers at the cutting edge of linguistics and cognitive science are increasingly studying linguistic communication from the perspective of lan
Contemporary East Asia has been shaped by the Cold War.
Across humanities and social sciences disciplines, “race” and “ethnicity” are perennial topics of interest, from subaltern literature and performan