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Stanford Humanities Center

Director: Aron Rodrigue

Associate Director: Matthew Tiews

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The Stanford Humanities Center promotes research and education in the humanities at Stanford and nationwide. In particular, it stresses work of an interdisciplinary nature, accomplished through the following programs: one-year residential fellowships for Stanford faculty, faculty members from other institutions, and Stanford graduate and undergraduate students; public presentations such as lectures, conferences, and publications; and a research workshop program that brings faculty and graduate students together regularly to advance ongoing research on topics of interdisciplinary interest.

Fellows are selected on the basis of an open competition. They pursue their own research and participate in a weekly seminar at the center throughout the year. Faculty fellows also contribute to the intellectual life of the Stanford community through activities such as giving departmental courses, participating in ongoing research workshops, or organizing conferences.

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