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Oct
26

Daniel Boyarin: Moses and Jesus Against the Pharisees: or, Why Mark Isn't (Always) Paul

5:15pm | Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities..., MAP

Lecture by Daniel Boyarin (University of California, Berkeley). Ptarmigan Foundation Series on Early Christianity and the Ancient World. Sponsored by...

Oct
23

Thomas Piketty / Capital in the 21st Century

3:30pm | Memorial Auditorium, MAP

French economist, Thomas Piketty, will share his views on wealth and income inequality, focusing on how the distribution of wealth has changed over the...

Oct
16

Faculty Book Event with Michael Friedman

3:15pm | , MAP

Kant's Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science is one of the most difficult but also most important of Kant's works. Published in 1786 between the...

Oct
09

Andrew J. Bacevich / America's War for the Greater Middle East: Consequences (Tanner Discussion #2)

10:00am | Encina Hall, Oksenberg Room, MAP

Since the promulgation of the Carter Doctrine in 1980, the Greater Middle East has been the site of continuous American military engagement. In the...

Oct
08

Andrew J. Bacevich / America's War for the Greater Middle East: Consequences (Tanner Lecture #2)

5:30pm | Encina Hall, Bechtel Conference Room, MAP

Since the promulgation of the Carter Doctrine in 1980, the Greater Middle East has been the site of continuous American military engagement. In the...

Oct
08

Andrew J. Bacevich / America's War for the Greater Middle East: Origins and Conduct (Tanner Discussion #1)

10:00am | Encina Hall, Oksenberg Room, MAP

Since the promulgation of the Carter Doctrine in 1980, the Greater Middle East has been the site of continuous American military engagement. In the...

Oct
07

Andrew J. Bacevich / America's War for the Greater Middle East: Origins and Conduct (Tanner Lecture #1)

5:30pm | Encina Hall, Bechtel Conference Room, MAP

Since the promulgation of the Carter Doctrine in 1980, the Greater Middle East has been the site of continuous American military engagement. In the...

Oct
02

Exploring Other Worlds: Constructing, Locating, and Navigating Imagined Religious Space

1:00pm | TBD, MAP

Annual Graduate Student Conference. Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies and co-sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center. Free and open...

Oct
01

Exploring Other Worlds: Constructing, Locating, and Navigating Imagined Religious Space

1:00pm | TBD, MAP

Annual Graduate Student Conference. Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies and co-sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center. Free and open...

Sep
29

Larissa MacFarquhar / Strangers Drowning: Grappling with Impossible Idealism, Drastic Choices, and the Overpowering Urge to Help

7:00pm | Stanford Law School, Room 190, MAP

What does it mean to devote yourself wholly to helping others? We honor high ideals, but when we call people “do-gooders” there is skepticism in it,...

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