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Mar 30 2020 | Stanford Daily
By Camryn Pak   On Thursday, the Faculty Senate voted 36-15 to mandate that all spring quarter courses be graded on a satisfactory/no-credit (S/NC) basis. Courses in the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford Law School and Stanford School of Medicine’s M.D. program were exempt from this...
Mar 5 2020 | London Review of Books | Posted In: Faculty
Art History
London Review of Books | Vol. 42, No. 5 | March 5, 2020 "As Long as the King’s Arm?" by James Vincent   A review of The Making of Measure and the Promise of Sameness by Emanuele Lugli  
Feb 4 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Students
Art History
JUDITH GORDON | February 4, 2020  
Jan 14 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Awards, Faculty
Documentary Film and Video
Kristine Samuelson, the Edward Clark Crossett Emerita Professor of Humanistic Studies, and Stanford alumnus John Haptas have earned an Oscar nomination for best documentary short for their film Life Overtakes Me.  
Jan 1 2020 | KQED | Posted In: Faculty
Art History
The Hagia Sophia cathedral in Istanbul is incredibly reverberant — a sound will echo around and remain audible for eleven seconds. That reverberance shaped nearly a thousand years of music written to be performed inside the cathedral. But no one has been able to listen to what it's like to hear a...

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