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Theodore & Frances Geballe Research Workshops The Research Workshop Program, now in its 24th year, brings together Stanford faculty and advanced graduate students, as well as Humanities Center fellows and scholars from other institutions, to present current research and otherwise explore topics of common intellectual concern. Workshop attendance exceeded 400 during the academic year.

Environmental Humanities Project Research Workshop in Honor of John Bender

Ethics and Politics, Ancient and Modern Marta Sutton Weeks Research Workshop

Eurasian Empires

Archaeology: Connectivity and Temporality, An Archaeological View

Feminist/Queer Colloquium

Cognition and Language Workshop

History of Political Thought

Cold War in Asia: Culture, Technology, History

Intersections of Documentary Filmmaking, Race, and Engagement

Blokker Research Workshop

Linda Randall Meier Research Workshop

Critical Orientations to Race and Ethnicity

Renaissance Worldmaking

Humanities Center Fellows Research Workshop

Claire and John Radway Research Workshop

A Decolonial Collaborative Research Group

Varieties of Agency

Digital Aesthetics: Critical Approaches to Computational Culture

Worlds of Work and the Work of Networks

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Marta Sutton Weeks Research Workshop

STANFORD HUMANITIES CENTER

Profile for Stanford Humanities Center

2018-19 Annual Report  

2018-19 Annual Report