Guns in America: A Year After Sandy Hook
Just over a year after Sandy Hook, one of the worst mass shootings in United States history, Stanford Law School professor John Donohue and attorney Donald E. J. Kilmer will take stock of gun use and ownership regulation in the US.
Medieval Matters: Art, Music, and Politics in the Book of Revelation
Elaine Pagels' speaks of her most recent book on the Book of Revelation.
Celebrating Robert Frost
This year is the 50th anniversary of Robert Frost's death, and the passing years have not displaced him from his standing as one of America's favorite poets. In 'Fire and Ice', Frost's poems will be performed as dramatic readings in a unique production assembled and produced by Hilton Obenzinger and directed and performed by Kay Kostopoulos.
Creative Writing at Stanford: A History
(April 2, 2013) Over the past sixty-seven years, the Creative Writing program has grown in stature so that it is widely recognized, alongside the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, as one of the two best programs in the country.
The Medieval and Modern Cathedral
(February 26, 2013) June Osborne and Jane Shaw talk share their experiences as deans of large cathedrals. They talk about how the church has changed over time and how they see it evolving in the future.
Stanford Women in Space
(February 11, 2013) Eileen Collins, Barbara Morgan and Ellen Ochoa share their experiences as astronauts and talk about how the Stanford community supported them through their personal and professional development.