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May
29

5th CSLI Workshop on Logic, Rationality & Intelligent Interaction

8:30am | Cordura Hall, Barwise Conference Room,..., MAP

This event continues a long-standing tradition at Stanford of annual workshops in logic, broadly conceived, aimed at fostering discussion across...

May
28

5th CSLI Workshop on Logic, Rationality & Intelligent Interaction

8:30am | Cordura Hall, Barwise Conference Room,..., MAP

This event continues a long-standing tradition at Stanford of annual workshops in logic, broadly conceived, aimed at fostering discussion across...

May
20

Democracy in Action: St. Lawrence String Quartet Plays Haydn

4:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Join the St. Lawrence String Quartet as they use the music of Joseph Haydn to illustrate (in music and conversation) the origins of the quartet as a...

May
16

Ethics of Democracy: A Conversation with Barbara Kruger

5:30pm | CEMEX Auditorium, MAP

Barbara Kruger, a renowned American conceptual artist whose work explores consumerism, identity, and sexuality, converses with Alexander Nemerov, Chair...

May
09

Who Deserves to Vote? Who Deserves to be Represented?

12:45pm | Stanford Law School, Room 280A, MAP

Who can vote? How are votes aggregated to determine winners and losers? These two questions have long been central to the American political process....

May
06

Doubles: Songs of Peace and Freedom

7:30pm | Campbell Recital Hall, MAP

Doubles, Jonathan Berger's fourth string quartet, recalls songs of peace, freedom, and resistance that were influential in the composer's youth. Some...

May
05

Women in Theater presents "12 Angry Men"

8:00pm | Stanford Law School, Room 280A, MAP

Based on the Emmy award-winning television movie by Reginald Rose, Twelve Angry Men examines the deliberations of 12 jurors determining the fate of a...

May
02

Democracy, Militarism, and Art: The View from a Soldier Cemetery

5:30pm | McMurtry Building, Oshman Hall, 355..., MAP

This lecture takes a very particular look at the relation between democracy and militarism – two seemingly antithetical concepts that are nevertheless...

Apr
27

Varieties in Abstraction – in Painting, Music, and Literature

5:15pm | Anderson Collection at Stanford..., MAP

There are actually not one but several interesting, and interestingly different, kinds of abstraction applicable to the arts—to music and literature as...

Apr
22

Political Theory Workshop: Derrick Darby

1:15pm | , MAP

SPEAKER: Professor Derrick Darby, Philosophy, University of Michigan

Professor Darby’s main research has been in social and...

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