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Diversity in the discipline of history

Scholars use big data to determine the potential impact of demographic diversity on new knowledge in the field of history.

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Putin sees Ukrainian democracy as threat that undermines Russia’s mission

To understand Russian President Vladimir Putin’s motivations to invade Ukraine, one must look at the long history of how Moscow has perceived the country. Russian historian Norman Naimark explains some of this complicated past.

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Four questions for Emanuele Lugli

The Stanford art historian discusses what it’s like to be credited with inspiring a fashion line that blurs the boundaries between sexual and gender binaries.

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Studying the inner lives of enslaved women through religion

Alexis Wells-Oghoghomeh looks at the religious practices of enslaved Black women in the Lower South to better understand how they experienced human bondage.

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Newest American Academy of Arts and Sciences members

Ten Stanford faculty have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious honorary learned societies.

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