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, June 29, 2016
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
In March, Abby Smith Rumsey addressed an audience in Green Library’s Bender Room about her newly published When We Are No More: How Digital Memory Is Shaping Our Future. Rumsey’s latest article, “The Risk of Digital Oblivion: What knowledge should we save?” which appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education, asserts: “We live in a technology-dependent world of our own making. The moral responsibility for how we preserve knowledge is greater now than ever before, with more at stake.”
Thursday, May 19, 2016
This year, at SLA’s Annual Coference in June, Stanford will be recognized for its outstanding scholarly article output by Stanford Libraries' subject specialist librarians.