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Dec 15 2015 | Stanford News
Professor Adam Johnson, recently the recipient of the National Book Award in fiction, weighs in on the power of the short story, the need for...
Dec 3 2015 | Stanford News
In her fiction and in the classroom, Stanford English Professor Elizabeth Tallent is interested in how our relationships change who we are....
Nov 18 2015 | Stanford News
Adam Johnson, Pulitzer Prize winner for The Orphan Master's Son, won the 2015 National Book Award for Fiction with Fortune Smiles: Stories.
Oct 16 2015
The best writers bring places, real and imagined, to life. Think of John Steinbeck's vivid depictions of the dust bowl in the 1930s or Margaret...
Sep 23 2015 | Stanford Daily
This year, the English department is branching out to include a wider variety of English core classes and a new undergraduate minor in the...
Sep 23 2015 | Stanford News
TOBIAS WOLFF, professor emeritus of English, has been awarded a National Medal of Arts for his contributions as an author and educator....
Sep 1 2015 | Stanford News
Using handwriting analysis, Stanford manuscript expert Elaine Treharne shows for the first time that one of the world's most famous documents...
Jul 13 2015 | Stanford Alumni
If you pick classes as if you're choosing from menus, The American West is where you go for fusion. Besides blending history, geography and...
Jun 30 2015 | Stanford News
Professor Emeritus Wilfred "Will" Healey Stone, 97, died June 11 at his home on the Stanford campus, where he had lived for more than five...
Jun 22 2015 | Stanford Report
A century and a half after Chinese migrants toiled on the Transcontinental Railroad, an interdisciplinary team of Stanford professors is...

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