News articles classified as Humanities

Stanford’s Richard Nevle discusses his new book

Richard Nevle, deputy director of Stanford’s Earth Systems Program, discusses his forthcoming collection of essays about the Sierra Nevada mountain range, The Paradise Notebooks.

Genomic analysis supports ancient Muwekma Ohlone connection

A research collaboration with the Muwekma Ohlone tribe – whose ancestral lands include the Stanford campus – shows a genetic relationship between modern-day Tribe members and individuals buried nearby who lived more than 1,900 years ago.

Stanford celebrates 13 women’s history makers

Stanford celebrates the pioneering spirit that has been part of the university’s legacy since its inception, with a look at women who made history in medicine, math, athletics, business, law, economics, administration, public service and space.

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Translating the stories of women who changed history

Students in Second-Year Spanish: Cultural Emphasis sharpened their skills by translating the stories of 26 remarkable women's lives, making a PBS documentary series accessible for Spanish speakers in time for Women's History Month.

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.