The Conservation Lab of the Stanford Libraries is now featured on the Stanford's 125th website. Kristen St. John, head of conservation services, worked directly with the writer to provide facts for the article, which is one of the official "125 Stanford Stories" on the site.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
On November 12, 2015, a team from Fuji Television Network in Japan came to SAL 1/2 to film a Japanese book entitled Tsuyama jiken hokokusho, an investigative report issued by the Ministry of Justice of Japan on a mass-shooting, murder spree that took place in Okayama Prefecture in 1938.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Book Launch & Reception for two new books related to Angola:
National Liberation in Post-Colonial Southern Africa by Christian Williams and
Political Identity and Conflict in Central Angola by Justin Pearce
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Stanford University Center for African Studies and the Four Decades of Angolan Independence Geballe Workshop, Stanford University Libraries is hosting a book launch of two new books: one on politcal history in central Angola from 1975-2002; and the other, an ethnography of members of the Namibian liberation movement, SWAPO (South West African People's Organization), many of whom were exiles in Angola, Zambia and Tanzania during the liberation struggles in Southern Africa.
The authors of these two books will give brief introductions of their work and sign bookplates. The Stanford University Bookstore will be on hand to take book orders.
This event is open to the public and takes place on Monday, November 16th, 2015 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in Green Library, 5th floor, Bender Room.
Friday, November 6, 2015
This most recent development supports the Libraries ongoing efforts to expand its Baltic Studies collection and commitment to preserve the region’s cultural heritage.
Washington DC—Earlier this week on Nov. 3, 2015 Eerik Marmei, the Estonian Ambassador to the United States, presented Michael Keller, Stanford University Librarian, with an Estonian e-resident’s digital identity card. Keller has become one of the 6,000 people to join the tech-savvy country’s bold e-residency program.
Under Michael Keller’s leadership and with donor support Stanford Libraries has established a growing Baltic Studies Program, which includes resources on Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian history, literature and culture. In addition to books, periodicals and primary source holding Stanford Libraries actively collaborates with the Museum of Occupations in Tallinn, Estonia, as well as other institutions and organizations in order to enhance the Baltic studies by conducting collaborative projects, organizing seminars, conferences and other events to support collection development.