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Green is Stanford University's main research library, and has collections in the humanities, social sciences, area studies, and interdisciplinary areas.

Course guides

Course number Term Guide Instructor
Sociology 200 - Seminar Fall 2013 Sociology 200 Saperstein, A.
SOC 151 / 251 Spring 2013 From Cradle to Grave: How Demographic Processes Shape the Social World - Sociology 151/ 251 Saperstein, A.
SOC 180A/280A Spring 2013 Foundations of Social Research Soc 180A/280A Roy
PWR 1EP Fall 2013 Rhetoric of Global Development and Social Change Emily Polk
PWR 1KC Fall 2014 PWR 1KC The Rhetoric of Gender and Sexuality in Popular Culture Karli Cerankowski
PWR 1 AN Fall 2016 The rhetoric of identity cultivated through a hip-hop world Newby, A.
PWR 1AK Fall 2016 Rhetoric of Humor Kortenhoven, A.

Notable collections

Philip G. Zimbardo

Research and teaching files, professional files and correspondence, audiovisual materials, professional papers, and materials documenting the Stanford Prison Experiment.

Subject Librarians

Bibliographer for Anthropology & Archaeology, Communication & Journalism, Feminist Studies, Lusophone Africa Collections, and Sociology
(650) 206-3528
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