Still deciding what courses to take next quarter? Check out these intro-level winter quarter courses that have an international focus, and add a new global perspective to your studies:
AFRICAAM 31: RealTalk: Intimate Discussions about the African Diaspora
Elaine Fisher joined Stanford in the 2017-18 academic year as an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and an affiliate of the Center for South Asia. Below, she participated in an interview with the center as part of its annual newsletter:
Stanford Global Studies Director Jeremy M. Weinstein presented at the October meeting of the faculty senate as part of a panel about the university's international efforts.
The panel was convened to discuss how Stanford can continue to be at the forefront of efforts to foster global cooperation and...
The exhibition, Hand and Eye: Contemporary Reflections of East Asian Ceramic Traditions, on view through Dec. 14 in the East Asia Library, features historic and contemporary works by Japanese, American and Stanford artists.
A new campus ceramics exhibition that displays many works produced in wood-...
After switching majors from mechanical engineering to product design, Kendal Burkins, ’19, spent the summer exploring art and design as an intern at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, an opportunity offered through the Stanford Global Studies Internship Program.
Oct 16 2018 | Posted In: Global Perspectives Blog, Students
The Stanford Global Studies Internship Program offers Stanford students an opportunity to extend classroom learning to immersive, cultural and professional experiences around the world every summer. Below, six students reflect on their summer internships abroad:
An affiliate of the Center for South Asia, Usha Iyer joined the Stanford faculty in 2016 as Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies. Below, the center interviewed Iyer as part of their annual newsletter:
In June 2018, Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) M.A. graduate Thomas Ashforth was invited by his advisor Professor Kyoko Sato to attend and speak at the “Revisiting the Nuclear Order: Technopolitical Landscapes and Timescapes” conference held in Paris, France.