With great dismay I am announcing the departure of Larry Scott, who will be retiring from the Department of Special Collections on July 19th. We are clearly losing one of the best representatives of our Department. Larry was the face of Special Collections, welcoming a vast array of researchers: undergraduates, graduate students, outside researchers, and faculty members. Regardless of status, each person was greeted by Larry with courtesy and respect, his professionalism and kindness setting the tone for a rewarding and often extremely fruitful research experience. Contributi
After serving as Assistant Curator for Judaica & Hebraica since 2010, Anna Levia will now divide her time between several different areas of Stanford Libraries. Her new home department will be Green’s Information Center, where in addition to providing reference assistance at the IC desk she will teach PWR classes. Anna will also continue working one day per week with Special Collections, where for the past several years she has been processing Hebraica manuscript materials.
I am excited to announce that Eitan Kensky, Stanford Library’s new Judaica and Hebraica Curator, started work on July 9. Eitan is responsible for developing, managing, and providing outreach for Stanford’s rich Jewish Studies collections. He joins the Humanities and Area Studies Resource Group, and will also work closely with Stanford’s Taube Center for Jewish Studies. You can find him in his office, Green 321B, in the McDermott Suite.
I’m thrilled to announce a new addition to the finance team at Stanford Libraries - Kristen Domingo. Kristen started on June 18. Her office is located in the HR & Business Services suite on the 2nd Floor of Green East. If you haven’t met her already, please stop by to say hello or send her an introduction via email@example.com.