“The tools of thinking: Stanford's philosophy program explores fundamental questions” in Stanford News depicted the departmental Tanner Philosophy Library as a “knowledge commons” with a depth of content and as a quiet place for study and collaboration. The article provides an overview of current faculty research and publications.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
You are cordially invited to join the Art staff for a tour of the new Bowes Art & Architecture Library in the McMurtry Art & Art History building. This building is the home of both the Library and the Department of Art and Art History, and serves as an interdisciplinary hub for the arts at Stanford.
Monday, January 4, 2016
Liisi Esse, assistant curator for Estonian and Baltic Studies, reported in The Baltic Course: “The collection of Baltic books, periodicals and manuscripts of Stanford University Libraries (SUL) has grown significantly during the past couple of years. This, as well as the creation of the first-ever Baltic curator position in the U.S. academic libraries, has been enabled by the 2011 Kistler Ritso Foundation’s endowment to SUL, and the foundation’s continuous support towards enhancing the Baltic studies.
”Read the article, The Baltic Studies Program of Stanford University Libraries.