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Oct 4 2013
Ian Watt came to the Stanford English Department in 1964, after teaching for a decade at the University of California, Berkeley, and serving...
Aug 27 2013
This summer saw a major transition in the administrative leadership of the English department, with the retirement of Dagmar Logie after many...
Aug 26 2013 | Stanford Report
Drawing connections through 15 centuries of historical data, Kindred Britain reveals how an interconnected network of families influenced...
Aug 22 2013
The novelist Richard Powers will be joining the faculty of the English Department this Fall as the Phil and Penny Knight Professor of Creative...
Jul 8 2013 | Stanford Report
At the second annual Poetry Out Loud competition, students practice the timeless art of performing poetry, for cash prizes.
Jun 25 2013 | Stanford Report
English Major Holst Katsma '13 recently won two University Awards for his thesis: The Robert M. Golden Medal and The David M. Kennedy Honors...
Jun 17 2013
On the afternoon of June 16th, the English department’s graduation ceremony unfolded in Memorial Church. In addition to the distribution of...
Jun 5 2013 | Stanford Report
The Walter J. Gores Awards are the university's highest teaching honor. They are named for Professor Walter J. Gores, a member of the Stanford...
May 1 2013 | Stanford Report
Once Marilyn Monroe vamped "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," the 1925 bestselling novel was all but forgotten. Stanford hopes to restore the...
Apr 15 2013 | Stanford Report
By Brooke Donald Adam Johnson, an associate professor of English at Stanford, has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for The Orphan...

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