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About the Communication collection and support

This is the library subject page for library resources related to the study of communication. This is a starting point for finding Stanford Libraries resources on the study of the process of transmitting and receiving information, examining how meaning is created, conveyed, and interpreted in various contexts. This includes the study of virtual reality, political communication and media rhetoric, and styles of communication.  

Featured collections

  • David Bohrman archive of innovation in media & journalism, circa 1960s-2014

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  • Cheryl D. Miller papers, circa 1950-2010

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  • Dorothy Hayes papers, 1955-2007

    The materials consist of brochures, catalogs, newspaper clippings, certificates, awards, diplomas, photographs, slides, negatives, transparencies, floppy discs, film portfolios, and other materials. Also included is Dorothy Hayes' research, teaching, patent material and material about the 1970's exhibit Black Artist in Graphic Communication, awards, slides of the exhibit, and her work in sculptures.

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