archive-edu.com » EDU » S » STANFORD.EDU

Total: 353

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Ph.D. Handbook | Department of History
    Program MA Program Coterminal MA Ph D Minor Funding Ph D Handbook Awards Fellowships Graduate Representatives Current Courses Our Graduate Students History s Graduate students study a wide range of time periods and geographical locations Graduate Students Ph D Handbook To download or print the Ph D handbook click on the link below Click here to download the Ph D handbook in PDF format 2015 16 phd handbook pdf About

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs/phd-handbook (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Awards | Department of History
    Alff 2013 14 Rachael Hill 2012 13 Jon Connolly 2011 12 Cameron Blevins 2010 11 Prize for Best Graduate Teaching of an Undergraduate Seminar Ian Beacock 2014 15 Claire Rydell 2013 14 Hannah Marcus 2012 13 Dan Heller 2011 12 Sayoko Sakakibara 2010 11 Centennial Teaching Assistant prize in recognition of outstanding work in the classroom Cameron Blevins 2013 14 Natalie Marine Street 2013 14 Erin Pettigrew 2013 14 Julia

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs/awards (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Fellowships | Department of History
    Mellon Dissertation Fellowship 2014 15 Cameron Blevins Lane Center Fellowship Catherine Chou Amherst Fellowship Jonathan Connolly SIGF Fellowship Andrew Elmore Fulbright Fellowship Annelise Heinz Clayman Institute Fellowship Rachael Hill Dorsey Fellowship Destin Jenkins DARE Fellowship Gabriel Lee Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Sara Mayeux Sharswood Fellowship Jenny Pegg Geballe Dissertation Fellowship Molly Pucci Geballe Dissertation Fellowship George Qiao Giles Whiting Dissertation Fellowship Andrew Schupanitz Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Yan Slobodkin Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Scott Spillman Giles Whiting Dissertation Fellowship Chris Suh DARE Fellowship Molly Taylor Poleskey Giles Whiting Dissertation Fellowship Vladimirs Trojanskis SSRC Fellowship 2013 14 Ian Beacock SSHRC Fellowship Brian Brege Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Wesley Chaney Fulbright Fellowship Catherine Chou Giles Whiting Dissertation Fellowship Jonathan Connolly SIGF Fellowship Markian Dobczansky Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Jon Felt Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Annelise Heinz Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Destin Jenkins CCSRE Fellowship Hannah Marcus CLIR Mellon Natalie Marine Street Clayman Fellowship Sara Mayeux Raoul Berger Mark DeWolfe Howe Legal History Fellowship Casey Nichols DARE Fellowship Ugur Pece Geballe Dissertation Fellowship Erin Pettigrew Mellon Dissertation Fellowship George Qiao Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Kelly Richter Miller Fellowship Andrew Robichaud Dee Fellowship Gina Russo Fulbright Fellowship Alexander Statman Lurcy Fellowship Nicholas Viles Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Yvon Wang Giles Whiting Dissertation Fellowship 2012 13 Marcelo Aranda Geballe Dissertation Fellowship Michelle Bourbonniere Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Megan Dean FLAS Fellowship Jon Felt Freeman Spogli Institute Dissertation Fellowship Alexander Frese Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Ying Hu Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Orysia Kulick International Research Exchange Fellowship Nicholas Lund Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Julia Mansfield Lieberman Fellowship Katherine Marino Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Casey Nichols DARE Fellowship Molly Pucci American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship George Qiao Kwok s Fellowship Kelly Richter Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Fellowship Andrew Robichaud Mellon Dissertation Fellowship Andrew Schupanitz Chateaubriand Fellowship Yan Slobodkin Georges Lurcy Fellowship Eric Vanden Bussche Mellon Dissertation

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs/fellowships (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Graduate Representatives | Department of History
    Union and the former socialist bloc He is interested in a social history of the Soviet 1970s that could begin to bridge the gap between the reductive narrative of stagnation and the nostalgic emphasis on stability His previous work has dealt with architecture and urban transformation in the late Stalin era as well as youth mobilization for agricultural reform under Khrushchev Further interests include Slavic languages spatial history history of science and technology and film Alexandra E Stern Email aestern stanford edu I am a doctoral student in American history focusing on the 19th century with particular emphasis on the Civil War and Reconstruction Born and raised in Louisville KY I earned my undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania where I gained a background in the history of the U S South I wrote my undergraduate thesis on the Sioux Uprising Dakota War of 1862 reemphasizing the national importance of the Indian Wars of the trans Mississippi West in the Civil War period Exploring the relationship of the Indian Wars of the West to the more traditionally known paradigms of Civil War and Reconstruction history continues to be my primary research interest In the future I hope to engage research questions that help illuminate the paradoxical connections between the late 19th century state building projects of emancipation and the suppression of Native American sovereignty in the West Rebecca Wall Email rwall stanford edu Rebecca Wall is a doctoral student in African History Her research investigates late colonial and postcolonial Senegal River basin management practices ideologies and organizations She considers how postcolonial West African nations balance their individual sovereignty with the ecological and geographic imperative to jointly manage shared water resources the continuities and legacies of colonial Senegal River management practices for postcolonial management efforts and the gaps between planning

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/academics/graduate-programs/graduate-representatives (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive

  • All Courses | Department of History
    205 2015 2016 Autumn WAY SI HISTORY 5W section 1 Human Trafficking Service Learning Katherine R Jolluck 2014 2015 Autumn 12 00am 12 00am HISTORY 5C section 1 Human Trafficking Historical Legal and Medical Perspectives FEMGEN 5C HUMBIO 178T SOMGEN 205 Katherine R Jolluck 2014 2015 Winter Monday Wednesday 12 50pm 2 05pm 380 380C WAY SI HISTORY 5W section 1 Human Trafficking Service Learning Katherine R Jolluck 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday 3 00pm 5 50pm 160 318 HISTORY 5C section 1 Human Trafficking Historical Legal and Medical Perspectives FEMGEN 5C HUMBIO 178T SOMGEN 205 Katherine R Jolluck 2015 2016 Autumn WAY SI HISTORY 6W section 1 Service Learning Workshop on Human Trafficking Part I FEMGEN 6W Katherine R Jolluck 2014 2015 Winter Tuesday 3 15pm 6 05pm 260 002 HISTORY 6S section 1 Wealth Empire and the Making of the Modern Economy 1800 to Present Benjamin Hein 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 3 00pm 4 20pm 50 51B WAY A II WAY SI HISTORY 6W section 1 Service Learning Workshop on Human Trafficking Part I FEMGEN 6W Katherine R Jolluck 2015 2016 Autumn HISTORY 6W section 1 Service Learning Workshop on Human Trafficking Part I FEMGEN 6W 2015 2016 Winter Monday 1 30pm 4 20pm Econ 140 HISTORY 7W Service Learning Workshop on Human Trafficking Part II FEMGEN 7W HISTORY 7E section 1 Islamic Routes Archaeology and Heritage of Muslim Societies ANTHRO 13A ARCHLGY 13 HISTORY 107E 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 9 00am 10 30am 260 301 HISTORY 7W section 1 Service Learning Workshop on Human Trafficking Part II FEMGEN 7W Katherine R Jolluck 2014 2015 Spring Wednesday 2 15pm 5 05pm HISTORY 8N section 1 Women Against War 2015 2016 Winter Tuesday Thursday 3 00pm 4 20pm Thornt210 HISTORY 10B Survey of Early Modern Europe GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI HISTORY 10B section 1 Survey of Early Modern Europe Laura Stokes 2014 2015 Spring Tuesday Thursday 11 00am 12 30pm 200 303 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI HISTORY 10C section 1 The Problem of Modern Europe J P Daughton 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 12 00pm 1 20pm HISTORY 10N section 1 Thinking About War 2015 2016 Winter Tuesday Thursday 12 00pm 1 20pm 380 381T WAY SI HISTORY 11N section 1 The Roman Empire Its Grandeur and Fall CLASSICS 26N Richard Saller 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 15pm 2 30pm 110 112 GER IHUM 3 WAY SI HISTORY 11N section 1 The Roman Empire Its Grandeur and Fall CLASSICS 26N Richard Saller 2015 2016 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 30pm 2 50pm 110 112 GER IHUM 3 WAY SI HISTORY 12 section 1 Medicine and Disease in the Ancient World Anne Austin 2014 2015 Autumn Monday Wednesday Friday 9 00am 9 50am HISTORY 13 The Historical and Geographical Background of Current Global Events HISTORY 13 section 1 The Historical and Geographical Background of Current Global Events Martin W Lewis 2014 2015 Autumn Tuesday 4 15pm 6 05pm HISTORY 13 section

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/courses/all (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Current Courses | Department of History
    WAY SI HISTORY 196 section 1 Gandhi in His Times and Ours 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 10 30am 11 50am McMurtry Building rm 360 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY ER WAY SI HISTORY 96 section 1 Gandhi in His Times and Ours 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 10 30am 11 50am McMurtry Building rm 360 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY ER WAY SI HISTORY 1A section 2 Global History The Ancient World CLASSICS 76 2015 2016 Autumn GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI HISTORY 1A section 1 Global History The Ancient World CLASSICS 76 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 9 00am 10 20am 200 002 GER DB Hum GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI HISTORY 106B section 5 Global Human Geography Europe and Americas 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday 4 30pm 5 20pm 200 015 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI HISTORY 106B section 2 Global Human Geography Europe and Americas 2015 2016 Autumn Wednesday 3 30pm 4 20pm 200 015 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI HISTORY 371 section 1 Graduate Colloquium Explorations in Latin American Social History 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday 1 30pm 4 20pm Bolivar House HISTORY 250A section 1 History of California Indians CSRE 117S NATIVEAM 117S 2015 2016 Autumn Thursday 3 00pm 5 50pm 260 301 GER EC AmerCul WAY ED HISTORY 303C section 1 History of Ignorance 2015 2016 Autumn Monday 1 30pm 4 20pm 160 124 HISTORY 203C section 1 History of Ignorance 2015 2016 Autumn Monday 1 30pm 4 20pm 160 124 HISTORY 198 section 2 History of Modern China 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday 4 30pm 5 20pm 200 105 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI HISTORY 198 section 1 History of Modern China 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 9 00am 10 20am School of Education 128 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY SI HISTORY 282F section 1 History of Modern Turkey 2015 2016 Autumn Wednesday 2 30pm 5 20pm 260 007 WAY SI HISTORY 258E section 1 History of School Reform Origins Policies Outcomes and Explanations EDUC 220D 2015 2016 Autumn Monday Wednesday 1 30pm 3 20pm HISTORY 147 section 6 History of South Africa AFRICAAM 147 2015 2016 Autumn Friday 11 30am 12 20pm 20 21G GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI HISTORY 147 section 1 History of South Africa AFRICAAM 147 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 10 30am 11 50am 200 002 GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI HISTORY 147 section 5 History of South Africa AFRICAAM 147 2015 2016 Autumn Friday 10 30am 11 20am 50 52H GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI HISTORY 47 section 1 History of South Africa AFRICAAM 47 2015 2016 Autumn Tuesday Thursday 10 30am 11 50am GER DB SocSci GER EC GlobalCom WAY ED WAY SI HISTORY 73S section 1 History of the Police in the United States Slave Patrols to Ferguson 2015 2016

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/courses?order=title&sort=asc (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Katherine R. Jolluck | Department of History
    and Eurasia Ph D Stanford University M A Stanford University B A Harvard University CV Katherine R Jolluck is Senior Lecturer in Modern East European History She has also taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey A specialist on the history of twentieth century Eastern Europe and Russia she focuses on the topics of women and war women in communist societies the Soviet Gulag nationalism anti Semitism and human trafficking Interested in public service she offers service learning courses and is active in the Bay Area anti trafficking community Selected Publications Projects Gulag Voices Oral Histories of Soviet Detentions and Exile Katherine R Jolluck Jehanne M Gheith In this volume the powerful voices of Gulag survivors become accessible to English speaking audiences for the first time through oral histories Exile and Identity Polish Women in the Soviet Union During World War II Katherine R Jolluck Using firsthand personal accounts and focusing on the experiences of women Katherine R Jolluck relates and examines the experiences of thousands Contact Phone 650 723 1884 Email jolluck stanford edu Office 200 317 Stanford Who Office Hours By Appointment Related News Sep 29 2015

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/katherine-r-jolluck (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Benjamin Hein | Department of History
    of how social history and culture have informed the logics assumptions and political economies that govern modern capitalist society Benjamin s dissertation is a study of one of most consequential social movements in modern European history the great Atlantic migrations of the nineteenth century The project traces how this unprecedented movement of people and capital shaped the habits values and rules of crucial economic institutions like banks stock markets and

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/benjamin-hein (2015-10-06)
    Open archived version from archive



  •