Featured External Events
External events from our peer departments in the university that everyone should check out!
Join Laura Limonic (Sociology, SUNY) and Ilan Stavans (Literature, Amherst College) in a public roundtable on Jewish and LatinX experiences and identity today.
The Working Group in Literary and Visual Culture at Stanford University invites you to our final event of fall quarter:
"Looking at Abstract Art and Sampling Phenomenal Concepts"
Dear students and faculty,
Please join us virtually next Thursday, Nov.
The Working Group in Literary and Visual Culture at Stanford University invites you to our upcoming event:
You are cordially invited to attend the last lecture in the Comparative Literature Fall Lecture Series:
“Communication, Computation, and the Icon-Novel”
Stanford American Studies Program presents a talk by Matthew Clair, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Stanford on his award-winning book, Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in…
From the American Studies Association:
About this talk: This collaboration combines methods from computational text analysis, literary studies, and clinical psychology to examine the therapeutic encounter as it…
Music. Song. Dance. This is what Bollywood means to so many. Yet in a genre so dominated by song and lip-syncing, how is deafness portrayed?