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May 5 2020 | Posted In: Announcements
Stanford’s Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) is hiring two graduate research mentors for its 2020 Summer UG Research program. The CESTA’s Graduate Mentor position is designed to prepare graduate students to become leaders in the national Digital Humanities community, while...
Apr 18 2020
CESTA members are launching research projects that engage pandemics from a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives. See the ‘Life in Quarantine’ Project started in the Poetic Media Lab, as well as the Literary Lab’s first post on their suite of projects. In the coming weeks you’ll...
Apr 15 2020
Dear Friends, I hope this finds you healthy and safe. This is to update on how CESTA has been adapting to these trying times.
Apr 14 2020 | Amid a Pandemic, Geography Returns With a Vengeance | Posted In: In the News
Erik Steiner, Co-Director of the Spatial History Project at CESTA explains how COVID-19 is reshaping our consciousness of space. Amid a Pandemic, Geography Returns With a Vengeance The coronavirus crisis is forcing us to reconsider physical space and our place within it. DAVID WOLMAN
Apr 6 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Announcements, In the News, Student Spotlight
In this video produced by Stanford News, Dr. Christina Hodge explains how her Stanford course "Museum Cultures: Material Representation in the Past and Present" shifted from a material to a virtual focus this Spring.  CESTA research intern Mireille Vargas gives us a sneak peak of the digital...