Bio


Jeremy Sabol is the Associate Director of Stanford's Program in Structured Liberal Education (SLE), where he has taught as a Lecturer since 2003. Jeremy majored in physics and literature as an undergraduate, then received his Ph.D. in French. His dissertation examined the conceptual role of fiction in Descartes' physics and philosophy, as well as the impact of this use of fiction in later 17th-century French literary texts. Jeremy specializes in early modern European thought and French existentialism. Jeremy also teaches the history of design at Stanford's d.school, and he has lectured for Stanford's Master of Liberal Arts program since 2012.

Academic Appointments


  • Lecturer, Stanford Introductory Studies

Professional Education


  • B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz, Physics (1994)
  • PhD, Yale University, French (2003)