From November 2-8, the East Asia Library will host an exhibition of student work from ART243: The Art Peony in Chinese Brush Painting, taught by Felix Chan Lim, Ph.D. and Bobbi Makani-Lim, Ph.D. The exhibition will be located on the 2nd floor near the Current Newspapers area.
The study of art history involves research in many different subject areas. In the case of someone studying depictions of women in medieval art, databases covering Religious Studies, Medieval Studies, History, Feminist Studies, and Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Studies such as the following provide a wealth of information, in addition to images and access to primary sources, some with translations.
Here are several databases you can consult to find news, book reviews, dissertations, and general reference materials.
Access World Newsprovides full-text articles from local, regional, national, and international sources. Access World News also features special reports and “hot topics” that focus on current issues.
UN Day marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter, the founding document of the Organization. Signed in San Francisco by 51 Member States, the Charter lays out the main goals of the United Nations to maintain international peace and security, to protect human rights, to promote sustainable development, to deliver humanitarian aid, and to uphold international law.
Stop! What you are about to read is good stuff but if you also register for GISDay@Stanford 2019, it will be even better.
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“We are talking about tens of thousands of documents, photographs, audio records, video records, and university records generally. That’s a lot to deal with, and that deserves a round of applause.”
- An account book binding formed from leaves recovered from a thirteenth-century legal codex, in Latin, decorated manuscript on parchment.
- French frisket fragment. (13th century?)
- Musical manuscript containing vocal works by Dufay, Grenon, and Binchois : [The Boorman Fragment]. Northern Italy, ca. 1430.
- Johannes. 1475. Compendium quattuor librorum Sententiarum Petri Lombardi. [Augsburg]: [Günther Zainer]
- Ulricus. 1480. Fraternitas cleri. [Ulm]: [Johannes Zainer].
- Diogenes Laertius, Ambrogio Traversari, and Benedictus Brognolus. 1490. Diogenes Laertius De uita & moribus philosophorum. Impressum fuit Venetiis: Impensis nobilis uiri Octauiani Scoti ciuis Modoetiẽ sis.