Hebrew Literature Workshop
Stanford's Hebrew workshops meets several times each quarter and features guest lectures and discussions (all conducted in Hebrew) with renowned Hebrew writers, artists and scholars. Recent guests have included Almog Behar, Zeruyah Shalev and Dory Manor, among others.The workshop brings together an interdisciplinary group of Stanford graduate students and faculty for discussions centered around contemporary Hebrew literature and emerging and recent scholarship relating to Hebrew literature and culture.
Contact: Vered Shemtov
French Culture Workshop
The French Culture Workshop brings together participants from different disciplines, including French literature, History, Comparative Literature, and Art History, to examine questions relevant to French culture and society from the modern period (1650 to present). Topics of discussion include political and intellectual history, imperialism and colonialism, nationalism and national identity, immigration and minorities, gender, and francophonie.