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.
Calling all MLA Alumni - Consider taking an MLA Seminar this Winter, 2020!
Consider "Heretics, Prostitutes, and Merchants: The Venetian Empire" with Paula Findlen or "The Intersection of Medicine, Science, Public Policy, and Ethics: Cancer as a Case Study" with Joseph Lipsick. Click here for more information..
2021 GLS Symposium at Dominican University
We are pleased to announce that Dominican University in San Rafael will host the 14th West Coast Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium June 18-20, 2021. Their hope is to host a safe, in-person conference, but if that is not possible, they will prepare for a virtual conference. They are accepting abstract submissions through March 26. More information is available here.
View a recording of the 10/29 MLA-hosted book discussion webinar
2020 RFK Book Award winner, and MLA alumnus, Dr. Jonathan Metzl spoke about his new book Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America's Heartland. View recording of the webinar.
MLA-Hosted Discussion with 2020 RFK book winner J Metzl, about his book Dying of Whiteness
Join us for an MLA Book Discussion on 10/29 at 6pm (PT). 2020 RFK book award winner and 1995 MLA graduate Jonathan Metzl will talk about his new book Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America's Heartland. Learn more and register for this public event here.
The application for the Stanford MLA 2021-22 entering class is now available.
Application instructions and details for this part-time, evening Masters degree are on our application page. Completed applications are due by Tuesday, January 26 2021.
Information Session: October 12, 2020.
Join us for a virtual info session! The next information session webinar is on October 12 at 7pm (PT). Information sessions offer an opportunity to learn more about the Master of Liberal Arts program from faculty and current students. RSVP for the event.