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In her new book, Jisha Menon, associate professor of theater and performance studies, uses artwork and conversations with citizens to explore the cultural and social effects of economic liberalization in urban India. Jisha Menon grew up in…
In an effort to foster the sharing of research across academic fields and national boundaries, Stanford Global Studies (SGS) has announced a Global Research Workshop program, which will support workshops that explore interdisciplinary, transregional…

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By stepping up its military presence along the Ukrainian border, Russian President Vladimir Putin hopes that Ukraine and the West will make concessions and Ukraine will realign itself back to Moscow, says Stanford scholar Steven Pifer. But nothing…
Between the Jan. 6 attacks on the U.S Capitol, the withdrawal of American and NATO forces from Afghanistan, escalating anti-Asian violence across the country, not to mention an unrelenting global pandemic, it could be said that events of the past…

Jessie Brunner and her colleagues saw the pandemic, combined with increased public attention on racism and discrimination – two issues that are so deeply...

When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted global production and distribution, it shone a spotlight on the fault lines running through some of the world’s supply chains, which according to a group of Stanford human rights researchers, have long been…