Student Perspectives

Hokusai painting "Totoumi Sanchu"

The East Asia Library is hosting an exhibition of student projects from the Winter 2022 course, Japanese Functional Objects (JAPAN 126/226), currently on view in the second floor display cases. 

This exhibit revolves around work made by…

Chris Field portrait

Field has won one of the world’s foremost prizes for his contributions to estimation of global biospheric productivity and climate change science.


Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment


Ma'ili Yee Student spotlight image
  • Student Spotlight

With support from Shorenstein APARC’s Diversity Grant, coterminal student Ma’ili Yee (BA ’20, MA ’21) reveals how Pacific island nations are responding to the U.S.-China rivalry by developing a collective strategy for their…

Alek  Sigley
  • Student Spotlight

CEAS student Alek Sigley (MA '21) had an article titled "Sojourn in Paradise: The Experiences of Foreign Students in North Korea" published in the The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology. Stanford Affiliates can view the article online for free…

SPICE Instructor Kasumi Yamashita speaks with Native and Indigenous educators

By Gary Mukai

On March 18, 2021, the California Department of Education adopted the Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum. Chapter 3 of the Model Curriculum includes a section on “Native American Studies.” During a June 18, 2021 webinar, three…