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Read more about Religious clashes in India sparked scholar’s interest in peace

Religious clashes in India sparked scholar’s interest in peace

Read more about British historians shaped ideas of empire

British historians shaped ideas of empire

Read more about Prior contested elections in U.S. offer cautionary tale

Prior contested elections in U.S. offer cautionary tale

Read more about Long-time manager for Stanford’s Center for East Asian Languages and Cultures dies

Long-time manager for Stanford’s Center for East Asian Languages and Cultures dies

Read more about Stanford economists Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson win the Nobel in economic sciences

Stanford economists Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson win the Nobel in economic sciences

Read more about Makoto Ueda, Stanford Japanese literature professor emeritus, dies at 89

Makoto Ueda, Stanford Japanese literature professor emeritus, dies at 89

Read more about Homicide victims from Black and Hispanic neighborhoods devalued

Homicide victims from Black and Hispanic neighborhoods devalued

Read more about Ethics, Society and Technology Hub embeds ethics in teaching and research

Ethics, Society and Technology Hub embeds ethics in teaching and research