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Literature / Linguistics - 21.01.2019
Major new biography of Victor Hugo, the man behind Les Misérables
Major new biography of Victor Hugo, the man behind Les Misérables
The first major biography in English for over 20 years, detailing the life and work of the iconic 19th-century French writer, Victor Hugo, will be published in February.

Literature / Linguistics - Administration - 10.01.2019

Literature / Linguistics - 09.01.2019

Literature / Linguistics - Religions - 09.01.2019

Event - Literature / Linguistics - 08.01.2019

Literature / Linguistics - 26.12.2018
7 books to add to your winter reading list
From a collection of personal essays and poetry to extraordinary stories of characters overcoming trying circumstances, three Stanford English professors and three current Wallace Stegner Fellows off

Literature / Linguistics - Health - 18.12.2018

Event - Literature / Linguistics - 07.12.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 04.12.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Social Sciences - 03.12.2018

History / Archeology - Literature / Linguistics - 03.12.2018
Historian Ada Palmer traces censorship of radical ideas across centuries
Ada Palmer is a historian, a folk musician and a science fiction novelist. In many ways, the University of Chicago associate professor's latest project feels just as wide-reaching.

History / Archeology - Literature / Linguistics - 03.12.2018
Historian traces censorship of radical ideas across centuries
Ada Palmer is a historian, a folk musician and a science fiction novelist. In many ways, the University of Chicago associate professor's latest project feels just as wide-reaching.

Literature / Linguistics - 28.11.2018
Susan Ervin-Tripp, pioneering psycholinguist and feminist, dies at 91
Susan Ervin-Tripp, pioneering psycholinguist and feminist, dies at 91
Susan Ervin-Tripp, a psycholinguist acclaimed for her pioneering studies of bilingualism and language development in children, native Americans and immigrants, died earlier this month in Oakland from complications of an infected cut.

Literature / Linguistics - 28.11.2018
Historian helps create archive at UCLA of South African propaganda comics from the 1970s
Historian helps create archive at UCLA of South African propaganda comics from the 1970s
Arts + Culture William Worger has made digital copies of 'Mighty Man' and 'Tiger Ingwe' available to the public through the library Sidney Kantono William Worger, professor of history at UCLA, has spent his career specializing in the social and economic history of South Africa.

Music - Literature / Linguistics - 27.11.2018

Innovation / Technology - Literature / Linguistics - 26.11.2018
Papyrus scrolls to Kindle and beyond: UW professor pens meditation on 'the book'
Papyrus scrolls to Kindle and beyond: UW professor pens meditation on ’the book’
What is a "book” in the digital age - and what will it become? In a new book of her own, Amaranth Borsuk discusses the idea of "the book” through its incarnations as clay tablets, papyrus scrolls and the bound sheets of a codex on to the hyperlinked, multimedia format of the digital age.

Literature / Linguistics - Social Sciences - 20.11.2018
Podcast: Native American Antigone explores universal values of honoring the dead
Podcast: Native American Antigone explores universal values of honoring the dead
In the summer of 1996, Will Thomas and Dave Deacy were wading in the Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington, watching the annual hydroplane races.

Literature / Linguistics - 16.11.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 15.11.2018
Artists celebrate new home at Green Line Performing Arts Center
For years, Sydney Chatman rehearsed wherever she could, converting her own living room into a stage, transforming a room at the local community center and even reimagining a local muffler shop.

Literature / Linguistics - 15.11.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 13.11.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 13.11.2018
Preserving Native American culture, from Standing Rock to Berkeley
Preserving Native American culture, from Standing Rock to Berkeley
Melissa Stoner and Howard Nez Sr. are related by blood, and always have been. Now more than ever, they've also been related by language.

Literature / Linguistics - 09.11.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 09.11.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 07.11.2018
Ballet of the Nations
A thought-provoking film, released to coincide with the centenary of the Armistice in November 1918, in which war is imagined as a diabolical dance choreographed by Satan and Ballet Master Death is currently touring the UK, including several performances in and around Bristol.

Literature / Linguistics - 07.11.2018
Uncovering forgotten history of Virginia Woolf’s press
Over the past six years, several Stanford researchers and English students have been helping develop a digital archive of early 20th-century publishers.

Literature / Linguistics - 06.11.2018

Health - Literature / Linguistics - 31.10.2018
Frankenstein: The enduring appeal of Mary Shelley's 200-year-old creation
Frankenstein: The enduring appeal of Mary Shelley’s 200-year-old creation
English professor Anne Mellor reflects on the lasting influence of and impetus behind the author's iconic monster Jessica Wolf In 1804, when the use of electricity was in its infancy, a scientist nam

Literature / Linguistics - 23.10.2018
Theatre Royal Nottingham launches new digital archive
The Theatre Royal's fascinating 153-year history is now available to explore online via ourtheatreroyal.org thanks to National Lottery players and the University of Nottingham.

Literature / Linguistics - 22.10.2018
Housing costs have exacerbated income equality in Germany
Changes in housing costs have dramatically exacerbated the rise in income inequality in Germany since the mid-1990s, according to new UCL research.

Literature / Linguistics - Physics - 19.10.2018
Stanford exhibition Hand and Eye celebrates East Asian ceramic traditions
The exhibition, Hand and Eye: Contemporary Reflections of East Asian Ceramic Traditions , on view through Dec.

Literature / Linguistics - History / Archeology - 19.10.2018

Literature / Linguistics - Careers / Employment - 18.10.2018

Literature / Linguistics - 17.10.2018

Literature / Linguistics - History / Archeology - 12.10.2018
Literary scholar Herbert Lindenberger dies at 89
Herbert S. Lindenberger, a professor emeritus who founded Stanford's Department of Comparative Literature and inspired generations of students and scholars, died on Oct.

Literature / Linguistics - Music - 12.10.2018
Elvis as you've never seen him: In traditional Japanese, English-language play coming to UCLA
Elvis as you’ve never seen him: In traditional Japanese, English-language play coming to UCLA
Q&A with theater professor Tom O'Connor, about "Blue Moon Over Memphis," a play in the Noh theater tradition Noela Hueso Since his death in 1977, there have been countless movies, books, articles, tributes and parodies about Elvis Presley.

Literature / Linguistics - 12.10.2018
Cantor, Stanford Libraries make Warhol photography archives publicly available
Searchable databases allow researchers and Andy Warhol fans worldwide to examine over 130,000 photographs taken by the iconic artist.

Literature / Linguistics - 11.10.2018
New online toolkit will help to tackle modern slavery
A new online toolkit has been designed by experts to help organisations tackle modern slavery in their local communities.

Literature / Linguistics - 11.10.2018
Literary Atlas offers new perspective on Wales
The geography of Wales is being explored through its fiction, as part of an interactive online project.

Music - Literature / Linguistics - 10.10.2018
Stanford unveils new Presidential Residencies on the Future of the Arts and welcomes international guest artists
Dystopian Dream , a theatrical realization of a concept originated by Presidential Artist Nitin Sawhney in collaboration with international hip-hop duo Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez, made its U.S. premiere at Memorial Auditorium.

Literature / Linguistics - 10.10.2018
The making of soldier ants
Scientists at McGill have found the answer to a question that perplexed Charles Darwin. So much so, that it actually led him to doubt his own theory of evolution.

Art and Design - Literature / Linguistics - 01.10.2018
The Henry Moore mystery
The Henry Moore mystery
External Relations writer Jacqui Bealing goes on the trail of an iconic sculpture that, for a while, lived at the University of Sussex.

Literature / Linguistics - 27.09.2018
Orwell’s Down and Out: Live heads to Paris
The first ever live reading of Orwell's iconic text in both London and Paris completes its journey this week.
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