Photo taken by Byron Gray (India 2020) depicting an eastern cattle egret perched on a log in front of coloful fishing boats on water.

Photo Credit: Byron Gray (Cattle egret in fishing village of Gorai - Mumbai, India 2020)

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The Stanford-affiliated Fulbright recipients will travel to 14 countries, including the Dominican Republic, India, Laos, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, and Zimbabwe, where they will research and study during the 2022-23 academic year. Sixteen Stanford…
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Lalita du Perron talks to Jonathan Peterson of Stanford Religious Studies about his research and teaching on Vedanta, atheism, ritual branding, body modification, and interreligious love. Transcript available on request for a disability-related…

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Thirty-seven humanities scholars, ranging from graduate students to tenured faculty, have been awarded fellowships to support their research and writing, with additional undergraduate fellows to be appointed in the coming months. The Stanford…

Image credit: Halima Ibrahim. Citadel was taken in Cairo, Egypt, by Halima Ibrahim, ’24, art history major and Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies affiliate. She...

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A black and white photograph of a taxi ride to the Mosque of Muhammad Ali in the heart of the Citadel of Cairo is the grand prize winner of the 11th annual Stanford Global Studies (SGS) student photo contest. Dozens of students submitted photos of…
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Lalita du Perron talks to award-winning journalist Shaili Chopra, who is building the women's internet in India with breakthrough initiatives to impact the lives of millions of women. The journalist turned entrepreneur set up SheThePeople, a…