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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

 Professor John Bender
by ReMix, June 2016 - Issue 101

We are delighted to congratulate the recipient of the 13th Warren R. Howell Award, honoring John Bender, the Jean G. and Morris M. Doyle Professor in Interdisciplinary Studies at Stanford University and former Director of the Stanford Humanities Center. His research and teaching focus on the eighteenth century in England and France; his special concerns include the relationship of literature to the visual arts, to philosophy and science, and to the sociology of literature and critical theory. He is a member of the Stanford faculty in both English and Comparative Literature.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Remix_100

The Libraries' Communications and Development Office publishes issues of ReMix: The Stanford University Libraries Newsletter, a monthly newsletter created to inform readers about distinctive aspects of SUL including its collections and services, media coverage about SUL, and campus events of possible interest.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Concierge Keys

Last month, the University announced $801.6 million was raised during fiscal year 2015. Join Gabrielle Karampelas, Director of Development and Communications for Stanford Libraries, and Sonia Lee, Associate Director of Development for the  Libraries, as they discuss SUL's fundraising efforts, goals and most recent results.

Friday, November 6, 2015

This most recent development supports the Libraries ongoing efforts to expand its Baltic Studies collection and commitment to preserve the region’s cultural heritage.

Washington DC—Earlier this week on Nov. 3, 2015 Eerik Marmei, the Estonian Ambassador to the United States, presented Michael Keller, Stanford University Librarian, with an Estonian e-resident’s digital identity card.  Keller has become one of the 6,000 people to join the tech-savvy country’s bold e-residency program. 

Under Michael Keller’s leadership and with donor support Stanford Libraries has established a growing Baltic Studies Program, which includes resources on Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian history, literature and culture. In addition to books, periodicals and primary source holding Stanford Libraries actively collaborates with the Museum of Occupations in Tallinn, Estonia, as well as other institutions and organizations in order to enhance the Baltic studies by conducting collaborative projects, organizing seminars, conferences and other events to support collection development.