Stanford historian Kathryn Olivarius discusses her research into antebellum New Orleans and how the yellow fever epidemic shaped the region economically and socially – at a devastating and deadly cost.
Scholars and researchers from Stanford and beyond will gather virtually for an April 1 conference open to all. The aim of the conference is to make interdisciplinary research on the novel coronavirus and artificial intelligence available to serve the public in a time of crisis.
Students from the class Global Black Feminism invited community members to an open house at Green Library to view archival materials related to underrepresented Black women who fought for civil and women’s rights across the world.
In a new Spanish immersion class, senior Lily Foulkes and other Stanford students applied their language skills to helping detained Spanish-speaking asylum seekers in Texas prepare for credible fear interviews.