Recent News

  • Publications

Hot off the presses: a Special Forum on “Global Huck: Mapping the Cultural Work of Translations of Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” in the latest issue of the Journal of Transnational American Studies.  Stanford English professor…

Dear CSN Community,

 

We are pleased to announce that the Center for the Study of the Novel’s podcast, CSN Café, can now be accessed on Apple podcasts, and full transcripts of our episodes can be found on the CSN website. Our…

  • In Memoriam

Brown was a renowned scholar of the Venerable Bede and of Old English and Anglo-Latin literature.

George Hardin Brown, professor emeritus of English in the School of Humanities and Sciences and renowned medievalist, died November 6 in…

Please consider submitting or nominating articles and chapters on the works of Herman Melville published in 2020 for consideration for the Hennig Cohen Prize. Preference is given to newer scholars in the field of Melville studies. Since 1998, the…

  • Faculty

The new director of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity shares her determination for Stanford and CCSRE to remain leaders in race studies.