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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

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by Stephanie Adams

Join Stanford University Press as we launch our first digital-only project, Enchanting the Desert by Nicholas Bauch, in person or on Facebook. We’ll be streaming the event live from the David Rumsey Map Center in the Green Library on the Stanford University campus.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

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Stanford’s Player Piano Project presents a piano roll concert, demonstration, and lecture in conjunction with Stanford’s Material Imagination Workshop featuring 100-year-old Welte Mignon rolls from Stanford’s remarkable collection of over 12,000 rolls. Great composers and performers including Debussy, Mahler, Scriabin, Gershwin, and others will be heard in these unique roll recordings brought to life using Stanford’s fine collection of player pianos.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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BayNet is proud to host four special librarians from the Bay Area at this year's Annual Meeting. First-hand accounts from a panel of Special Librarians will illustrate the place librarians have in your health, the law of the land, and preserving and publicizing the heritage of the Bay Area.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Klaus Härö's "The Fencer" is a touching drama about a man who finds meaning in his life through children who need him. The film was the Finnish entry for the Academy Awards 2016 (Best foreign language film). 

Fleeing from Stalin’s secret police, an ambitious young fencer finds himself teaching small town children in a godforsaken Estonian coastal village, only to realize that this is exactly what he wants to do in life. 

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