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Arcade - A Digital Salon arts, culture, humanities, literature, politics

Arcade is a place for readers and writers interested in literature, the humanities, and the world. We aim to publish a broad range of the most exciting research in the humanities, from the accessible to the esoteric, across languages, historical periods, and generations.

Ed Finn humanities, literature, media, research

Ed Finn is a grad student in the Stanford English program interested in contemporary literature and new media. His academic blog covers his work in progress, events at Stanford and other items of literary interest.

KANLOAN books, filipino americans, humanities, literature, nostalgia, philippines, places, writing

Let's see, what can I say about my blog?

I'd say it's a blog about 1) places, physical and emotional landscapes, and nostalgia; 2) books and reading and anything that catches my eye from the tons of magazines and literary journals I subscribe to (I subscribe to everything from The Economist to The New Yorker to Alimentum, a journal about food writing, to New Letters, but you really don't want to hear the whole list, do you?) and finally it's 3) about the Philippines and Filipino Americans and everything that affects them.

Leland Quarterly art, campus life, commentary, creative non-fiction, fiction, humanities, literary magazine, photography, poetry, politics, Student Group, writing

Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is a general interest magazine that showcases the very best in Stanford University undergraduate art and writing. Our mission is to tap into the almost incomparably diverse talents of Stanford's undergraduate student body, by soliciting a wide array of poetry and prose, and working closely with authors to achieve a publication of superior content and design. Leland's statement – from fiction to poetry, essays to reviews – will be enduring, common, recognizable, and extraordinary.

Oceanic Tongues asian american studies, creative writing, humanities, literature, race and ethnicity, writing

The web site and news blog for Oceanic Tongues: Stanford's Asian American Writers' Workshop

Philosophy Talk: The Blog humanities, media, philosophy, radio

Philosophy Talk: The Blog is a companion blog to the radio program Philosophy talk, hosted by John Perry and Ken Taylor. Though Perry and Taylor will be the major bloggers here, we will also feature a continuous stream of guest bloggers. In addition, you can experience the wit and wisdom of our sixty-second philosopher Ian Shoals and the insight of that astute and wide ranging observer of the created universe, Amy Standen, the our Roving Philosophical Reporter.

SL Creativity humanities, multidisciplinary, research, technology, virtual worlds

This blog takes on the metaverse from an interest that lies in the intersection between humans and technology. I document my own research in virtual worlds as well as events we host at the Stanford Humanities Lab.

Stanford Humanities Lab art, culture, humanities, media, multidisciplinary, research, technology

SHL, the Stanford Humanities Lab, is a Center for Transdiciplinary/Post-Disciplinary Study. We discover fascinating futures to be explored in ignoring and crossing disciplinary borders.

With new developments in areas such as biotech, digital culture, global society, SHL believes that some crucial questions — about what it is to be human, about experience in a connected world, about the boundaries of culture and nature — transcend the old divisions between the arts, sciences and humanities, between the academy, industry and the cultural sphere.

Student Arts at Stanford art, arts, concerts, creative writing, creativity, dance, drama, exhibition, expression, humanities, music, news, performance, photography, poetry, prose, reviews, visual arts

Student Arts at Stanford is an online community tool for the Stanford community, specifically students in the arts. The website includes a news and reviews blog where anyone registered on the site can post about happenings in the arts at Stanford. The site is also home to a comprehensive arts calendar of events, a marketplace for connecting people with other people in the arts, an extensive resources section for student leaders, academics and arts enthusiasts, and an interactive media gallery where registered users can upload and share their creations and showcase their work.


Notice: Blog authors are solely responsible for the content of the blogs listed in the directory. Neither the content of these blogs, nor the links to other web sites, are screened, approved, reviewed or endorsed by Stanford University, the Stanford Alumni Association or any Stanford-affiliated entity (“Stanford”). The text and other material on these blogs are the opinion of the specific author and are not statements of advice, opinion, or information of Stanford.

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