Join us for a reception celebrating a new exhibition in Stanford’s Green Library, Beasts & Books, curated by Stanford Ph.D. candidate in history Mackenzie Cooley with contributions by undergraduate students in her fall, 2014 course, “History/Femgen 29S: The Animal Other: Humans and Animals in Western History,” explores the interdependence between humans and animals through the lens of book culture.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Free and open to the public.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Free and open to the public.Book Sale and Signing.
Corruption and murder in Russia told by one of Putin's Most Wanted.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Free and open to the public. The event will also be available via live webcast.
From visualzations of complex information and interactive teaching platforms to digitization projects and textual analysis, humanities scholars across campus are harnessing the power of digital tools to push the boundaries of their research. Likewise, the unique properties of humanities scholarship are pushing the boundaries of digital tools.