Teachers, Writers, Scholars

Dr. Matthew Redmond
Jun 13, 2022
During this transitional year, with the third floor of Sweet Hall still less peopled than in the pre-pandemic era, it has remained a challenge to get to know our new colleagues and to learn about their scholarly projects.
Norah Fahim, PhD and Jennifer Johnson, PhD
Mar 16, 2022
Our colleagues Norah Fahim and Jennifer Johnson have co-edited a recently published volume of scholarship,
Jun 9, 2021
During our distant PWR year, one of the silver linings, for me, has been serving alongside Dr. Emily Polk as co-chair of NACC, where a tradition has emerged in our committee meetings.
Mar 17, 2021
If you ever have the pleasure of chatting with Sarah Peterson Pittock about her research, as I did a few weeks ago, you might feel a little like you are back in grad school.
Sep 1, 2020
If I had to settle on a single anecdote to concisely capture my friend Mutallip Anwar, I would have to cite a talk we attended together last fall at Stanford.
Jun 11, 2020
As many of you know, Dr.
Mar 18, 2020
I’ve shared an office on the third floor with Dr. Holly Fulton-Babicke since we both arrived at Stanford last September.
Dec 2, 2019
[pictured above: Becky with her sister and her mom's dog]
May 30, 2019
As I interviewed my friend Dr. Ashley Newby for this feature that centers her scholarship and her writing, I remembered an interview I conducted with her last fall, about her summer teaching in Stanford’s Leland Scholars Program.
Feb 27, 2019
In her free time, Gigi loves to enjoy the big trees at Armstrong Woods with her wife, Heather Cox, who took this photograph.
Nov 19, 2018
The coming new year is going to bring a lot of wonderful things for Lindsey Dolich Felt—chief among them a new article, “Cyberpunk’s Other Hackers: The Girls Who Were Plugged In,” slated to be published in a special issue on Crip Technoscience in
Holding a sign that says Hope in the Dark
Aug 24, 2018
[Note: The phrase "Hope in the Dark" in the photo deliberately echoes the title of Rebecca Solnit's book]
May 13, 2018
Photo caption: Tessa in the Mission district. Photo by Alexis Collatos.
Mar 5, 2018
A deep sense of compassion, boundless intellectual curiosity, and an unflinching willingness to explore some of the graver sides of humanity have defined Clara Lewis’s career and perhaps most especially her current research.
Steven Fettig's photo of the thinker from https://www.flickr.com/photos/stevenfettig/1390275600
May 30, 2017
Last year, PWR awarded eight research grants to support the scholarly work and intellectual projects of its instructors.  Now that the 2016-2017 academic year is coming to a close, the grant recipients were asked to reflect on their work over the
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