Humanities & Arts

Amaia Cabranes Rubio, Iberian and Latin American Studies, Sorbonne University

Whereas it has been widely agreed that maps are an essential source for historians, there is no doubt that cartographic representations also constitute a means and a medium…

William Parish, Department of History, Stanford University

My project, which I will conduct at École Normale Supérieure in Paris, explores historical questions at the intersection of…

Elizabeth Heath, Baruch College, CUNY, New York

My current book project, Invisible Empires: Colonial Commodities, Capitalism, and the Making of the Modern French Self, 1750-1970…

Florence Lienhard, Université Paris Nanterre, Paris

The Homeric scholia to the Iliad

Angélique Lemarchand, Nantes University, Nantes

Ancient philosophers significantly contributed to build a rational discourse on water, which in many ways is still in use today. This new approach would obviously stir…

Chloe Edmondson, Department of French and Italian, Stanford University

Dr. Chloe Summers Edmondson specializes in the literature and history of early modern France. She holds the position of Acting Assistant Professor of French at Stanford…

Lloyd May, Department of Music, CCRMA, Stanford University

This project aims to improve accessibility for D/deaf and/or Disabled individuals in online media experiences by: (1) designing and…

Lydia Kamenoff, EHESS, Paris

Lydia Kamenoff’s doctoral thesis focuses on the history and memory of the Cossacks in France (1924-1945), an original and central theme…

Demir Deniz, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University

France has a long history of political involvement in the Middle East, not only at the state level but also at the individual level…

Thomas Mullaney, Department of History, Stanford University, Fabien Simon, Université Paris Cité, Paris

The “Oriental impressions: Printing Oriental Languages between West and East, 16th-19th centuries” conference, to be held in Paris in December 2023, will bring together an…

Gabrielle Hecht, Department of History, Stanford University

Inside-Out Earth, the larger project of which

Arto Anttila, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Giorgio Magri, Université Paris 8, Paris

Phonology is the sub-discipline of linguistics that studies the sound systems of languages. Over the past two decades, phonology…

Nicole Bauer, The University of Tulsa

By the French Revolution, the drive for transparency was a defining feature of the political culture. Conspiracies and the fear of conspiracies were common and…

Amanda Zhang, Department of History, Stanford University

The Debuisson Collection has brought me closer to the history of Paris than I have ever been. Over the past quarter I have cataloged the…

Julie Zhu, Department of Music, Stanford University

The musical project Sum and Difference combines acoustic…