Year Term

  • Winter, 2016-2017
    LINGUIST50Q
    Taught by: Sarah Ogilvie
    In this course, we explore the world of words: their creation, evolution, borrowing, change, and death. Words are the key to understanding the culture and ideas of a people, and by tracing the biographies of words we are able to... Learn more
  • Winter, 2016-2017
    PWR2JDC
    Taught by: Jenae Druckman Cohn
    Every time you look up something on Wikipedia, you're benefitting from the product of collaboration. Every time you circulate a funny meme, you're enjoying the product of collaboration. While collaborative efforts themselves are... Learn more
  • Winter, 2016-2017
    GERMAN239
    Taught by: Adrian Daub
    This course is designed to introduce graduate students and advanced undergraduates to the core texts of queer theory. Topics will include: the relationship between queer theory and feminism, between queer theory and... Learn more
  • Fall, 2016-2017
    Taught by: Brian Johnsrud
    CESTA’s Graduate Research Fellows Program is designed to prepare graduate students for a future where digital scholarship is the norm. In the program, advanced graduate students spend the year designing and producing a piece of... Learn more
  • Winter, 2016-2017
    LINGUIST 64Q
    Taught by: Sarah Ogilvie
    Stanford was built on land originally inhabited by the Muwekma Ohlone tribe, and Native American students have always held an important place in the university community from the writer and journalist John Milton Oskison (... Learn more
  • Fall, 2016-2017
    EDUC291
    Taught by: Candace Thille
    Students and faculty present and critique new and original research relevant to the Learning Sciences and Technology Design doctoral program. Goal is to develop a community of scholars who become familiar with each other's work.... Learn more
  • Fall, 2016-2017
    PWR1
    Taught by: Norah Fahim
    Our daily encounters are so intermingled with electronic media that language is witnessing a process of re-invention. Think of how people use mobile phones to write as much as to speak. Linguist John McWhorter explains that "... Learn more
  • Fall, 2016-2017
    PWR1 Test Site
    Taught by: Sarah Ives
    Increasing temperatures, melting glaciers, epic floods and hurricanes, persistent droughts and famine: the world is experiencing unprecedented human-caused climate change. This class will examine climate change as both an... Learn more
  • Spring, 2015-2016
    HIST276/376
    Taught by: Zephyr Frank
    This course traces the history of Brazil from independence in 1822 to the present day. Themes in the course will focus on critical aspects of continuity and change in Brazilian development with an emphasis on the social,... Learn more
  • Spring, 2015-2016
    COMPLIT331
    Taught by: Amir Eshel
    Drawing on philosophy, theory, literature, and the arts, this graduate students’ seminar examines the concept of the contemporary and asks what it means to belong to our historical age: how do thinkers, writers, and artists make... Learn more
  • Spring, 2015-2016
    COMPLIT222A
    Taught by: Amir Eshel & Lisa Suzanne Barge
    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, 2015-2016
    EDUC407
    Taught by: Candace Thille
    Sharing readings and perspectives on online and digital learning.

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