Year Term

  • Fall, 2018-2019
    LACUNA101
    Taught by: Stanford Faculty
    This course is for Stanford faculty and staff to experiment with Lacuna's features.
  • Fall, 2017-2018
    Taught by: Stanford Global Studies
    This competitive fellowship program brings together community college faculty fellows to work collaboratively with colleagues at Stanford on projects aimed at internationalizing course curricula and producing innovative... Learn more
  • Spring, 2017-2018
    Taught by: Michaela Mross
    This course is an introduction to Chan/Zen Buddhism. We will study the historical and doctrinal development of this tradition in China and Japan and examine various facets of Zen, such as the philosophy, practices, rituals,... Learn more
  • Spring, 2017-2018
    COMPLIT 222
    Taught by: Amir Eshel
    The aim of this course is to present masterpieces of German modernism as they reflect on the radical shifts in society, thought, and culture that occurred with the rise of the sciences, the industrial revolution, and the... Learn more
  • Winter, 2017-2018
    W18-GERMAN-150-01...
    Taught by: Amir Eshel
  • Summer, 2016-2017
    CESTASUMMER1
    Taught by: CESTA
    This is a space where CESTA makes RA materials available, for reading and annotation. It is also the space where RAs will upload their 2 Summer blog posts.
  • Summer, 2016-2017
    SSI
    Taught by: Gabriel Wolfenstein
    We are surrounded by technology. It has changed the way we see the world and interact with each other. But this revolution has also offered us new tools to pursue humanistic inquiry. Literature and history, political science... Learn more
  • Spring, 2016-2017
    Sp17-PWR-2NF-01/02
    Taught by: Norah Fahim
  • Spring, 2016-2017
    Sp17-ENGLISH-153-01
    Taught by: Gabriel K. Wolfenstein
    We are surrounded by technology. It has changed the way we see the world and interact with each other. But this revolution has also offered us new tools to pursue humanistic inquiry. Literature and history, political science... Learn more
  • Winter, 2016-2017
    EDUC 325B
    Taught by: Candace Thille
    Required of and limited to first-year Education doctoral students. Core questions in education: what is taught, to whom, and why; how do people learn; how do teachers teach and how do they learn to teach; how are schools... Learn more
  • Winter, 2016-2017
    W17-MATH-145-01
    Taught by: Ravi Vakil
    (see the course webpage)
  • Winter, 2016-2017
    DLCL226
    Taught by: Michael Widner
    How can we study computer code as literature? What can poetry teach us about programming and vice versa? These types of questions drive this course, which has two different tracks: one for computer science students and one for... Learn more

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