"Life on the Margins of Society and the Environment" 
in conversation with Andres Cardenas

Wednesday, January  17
Building 360, Conference Room

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Viet Thanh Nguyen signing books after giving the 18th Annual Anne & Loren Kieve Distinguished Lecture



2023-2024 Mellon Arts Fellow Kim Ye is an artist who brings a kaleidoscope of perspectives to a research-oriented practice. Beijing-born, LA-based. Sex-worker, educator, mother, and researcher. Performance, video, installation, and text artist. Even…
A few miles from Stanford privilege and prosperity, Isaiah Berry Phillips was raised on the local sound of EPA. And, not unlike the kinds of Hip Hop music he creates, Phillips’ portfolio has evolved into a driving force in the larger music and art…
Rodrigo Reyes, award-winning director and producer, Mexican immigrant, father, and friend, uses film to speak to the complex intersection of migration, history, violence, and resilience. His provocative work captures the harsh realities of his…
Melodyanne Cheng
Melodyanne Cheng
(CSRE) '17
Finding CSRE was like finding a second home at Stanford. For three years, I was feeling like no major truly fit my passions, and then I met CSRE. It was like BOOM- my world aligned, and now I only wish I had four more years to stay and take CSRE classes.