Each year, we invite storytellers of every kind—poets, journalists, filmmakers, dramatists, comedians, novelists—to come to campus to tell stories on a particular theme. Join us for remarkable evenings with some of the best storytellers in America. Details below.


Preserving Listening Party

Preserving Listening Party 
Friday, April 10th
 
The Stanford Storytelling Project presents Preserving, a new podcast episode of State of the Human.
This episode investigates the act of preserving, a decision made in the present, regarding the past, looking towards the future. What can we learn from what we choose to preserve? What does preserving reveal about our values? Join us for a DJ’d listening party over Zoom! 


Learning Medicine Listening Party

Friday, March 6th
1:30 – 2:30 PM
Wallenberg 127 (Building 160)

The Stanford Storytelling Project presents Learning Medicine, a new podcast episode of State of the Human.

How do students learn to practice medicine, thoughtfully? In this episode, we’re looking at the current ways students are learning medicine amid all its problems and promises. Join us for snacks and a curated listening party!


POSTPONED: Margaret Atwood in Conversation

Wednesday, April 8
7:30 pm
Bing Concert Hall

Acclaimed writer Margaret Atwood will make a visit to Bing Concert Hall for a discussion on April 8, 2020. The author of more than fifty books including The Blind Assassin, The Handmaid’s Tale, and The Edible Woman, Atwood is the recipient of the Booker Prize, the Franz Kafka International Literary Prize, and the PEN Center USA Lifetime Achievement Award, among others. Her 2019 release, The Testaments, is a joint winner of the Booker Prize.

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Margaret Atwood in Conversation is sponsored by Stanford Live in partnership with the Stanford Storytelling Project and the Stanford Speakers Bureau.
This event has been canceled. We believe it is our responsibility to take reasonable steps that help inhibit, rather than accelerate, the spread of COVID-19 on our campus. To learn more about Stanford’s response, visit: http://healthalerts.stanford.edu.