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Monday, June 29, 2015

When: Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 6:00 pm
Where:  Memorial Church, Stanford University
Directions/Parking: Map, parking is free on campus after 4 pm.
Closest parking may be found in The Oval (top of Palm Drive), Serra Street or Galvez Street.

The Estonian TV Girls’ Choir is one of the best choirs of Estonia, a tiny European nation with long lasting singing traditions, among them the song festival Laulupidu.

The choir, conducted since its birth by Aarne Saluveer, has grown out from the Children’s Television Music Studio that was founded in 1990.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Rendering of new McMurtry Art & Art History Building

***  New Dates For Art Library Closure ***

On Friday, July 24th at 5pm, the Art & Architecture Library will temporarily close as it begins the relocation process to its new home in the heart of the McMurtry Art & Art History Building. The Art & Architecture Library will reopen on Thursday, September 10th. We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Japanese souvenir print (dated 1879) collected by the East Asia Library Special Collection. The title is Jōshū Kusatsu onsenzu narabini hakkei.
by Jidong Yang

On July 1-2, 2015, the East Asia Library of Stanford University Libraries will host an international academic conference titled Beyond the Book: A Conference on Unique and Rare Primary Sources for East Asian Studies Collected in North America. The conference will bring librarians, archivists, and scholars from all over North America to present research papers on less-known materials, mostly in non-book formats. It is our hope that the conference will draw scholarly attention to those scattered, yet valuable, resources for East Asian Studies.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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On June 2nd, 8 am Pacific / 11 am Eastern, eLife Sciences invites you to join an in-depth exploration of the open-source publishing technology behind eLife Lens.

eLife Lens improves the reading and use of scientific articles by making it possible to explore figures, figure descriptions, references, and more without losing your place in the article text. While most online research articles tend to replicate print, eLife Lens takes greater advantage of the Internet's flexibility; readers can absorb key elements in an article more readily, more quickly, and more effectively.

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