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  1. Germanic Studies

    Stanford Libraries' Germanic Studies collections cover the culture, society, and politics of Germany, Austria, and German-speaking Switzerland, as well as the Netherlands, the Flemish-speaking areas of Belgium, Luxembourg, Sweden, Norway, and Iceland.

  2. Education

    Stanford Libraries' Education collections contain print and online materials ranging from the philosophy and history of education to neuroeducation and education data science, from early childhood education to higher education, and all areas of the world.


Digital showcases for research and teaching.
  1. John W. Gardner

    Statesman, Social Reformer, Public Advocate

Geospatial content, including GIS datasets, digitized maps, and census data.
  1. Europa zur Zeit der Reformation

    Spruner von Merz, Karl, 1803-1892

    Relief shown by hachures. Wall map. Originally published on one sheet. Probably issued in: Historisch-Geographischer Wand-Atlas. Gotha : Justus Per...

  2. Grave Reform in Modern China

    Mullaney, Tom, Henriot, Christian, Snyder-Reinke, Jeffrey, 1969-, and Stanford University. Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research

    Grave Reform in Modern China is a digital humanities initiative based at Stanford that is building an interactive spatial and textual analysis plat...

  3. New Jersey, circa 1826

    Young and Delleker

    New Jersey state map color coded by county.|Noticeable creases, tears and discoloration from adhesive tape marks.

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