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Virtual AGLSP Conference February 4 2023

AGLSP are hosting a free Zoom event to continue the conversation from the 2022 Conference in San Antonio. Nine students/alumni including Fyza Parviz (MLA '22) and Michael Breger (MLA '22) will share ideas and discuss the latest issues in Graduate Liberal Studies. Register here.

Information Session: May 16 2023

RSVP here for an info session on May 16 2023. Information sessions offer an opportunity to learn more about the Master of Liberal Arts program from faculty and current students. The next information session will be in August.

Tangents 2023 Call for Papers

Calling all Stanford MLA Students and Alumni: The journal of the MLA Program at Stanford University, Tangents, is currently soliciting works for publication in the Summer 2023 issue. Deadline for submission is January 12, 2023. Click here for more information.

View a recording of Grant Parker's Lecture

The lecture "Reimagining Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope" by Grant Parker hosted 5/25/2022 by the MLA Program and The David Rumsey Map Center is available for viewing here.

Reimagining Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope: Stanford's MLA Program and The David Rumsey Map Center host a webinar lecture by Grant Parker April 25, 5pm

This lecture will canvas historical maps as sources of insight into lives, both enslaved and slave-holding, at the Cape in the early colonial period. Grant will consider how selected maps tacitly embed narratives on both a large and a small scale and how they reflect both continuity and change. Click here for more information and to register.

View a recording of the 12/2 MLA-hosted talk with Prof. Diamond

View a recording of the 12/2/2020 MLA-hosted talk "How to Repair American Democracy" with Professor Larry Diamond. He spoke about the challenges to democracy that we are now seeing in the U.S. A recording of the Zoom talk is available here.

How to Repair American Democracy: Stanford’s Master of Liberal Arts Program hosts a talk with Professor Larry Diamond on 12/2 at 6:00 pm (PT).

Professor Diamond is interested in democracy at home and abroad: how to achieve it, defend it, and improve it. He will be speaking about the challenges to democracy that we are now seeing in the U.S., and will entertain questions about the recent election and its aftermath. Register for the talk here.