Four new digital collections added to SearchWorks
Four new digital collections are now available in SearchWorks. These collections take advantage of SearchWorks' ability to provide users with rich discovery and access capabilities for finding and working with digital collection content.
Bucky Conversations: Conversations on the Life and Work of an Enigmatic Genius, 2002-2003 - Collection contact: Glynn Edwards
Abstract: In 2002, to celebrate the acquisition of the Fuller archive, the Stanford University Libraries and the Stanford Humanities Laboratory launched a series of Conversations on R. Buckminster Fuller, alias "Bucky, " inventor of the Dymaxion car, the Dymaxion Dwelling Unit, and the geodesic dome, author of Utopia or Oblivion, 4D Timelock, Synergetics, Tetrascroll and Critical Path. The series consists of filmed interviews with Fuller's key collaborators, interlocutors and contemporaries, and is designed to enhance critical understanding of this enigmatic polymath.
Visitations - Collection contact: Jon Manton
Abstract: Audio, video, score, libretto and performance materials for Visitations, chamber operas by Jonathan Berger.
Papers from the Gimon Conference on French Political Economy, April 2004 - Collection contact: Sarah Sussman
Abstract: Papers from an international conference sponsored by the Stanford University Libraries and the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in honor of SUL's acquisition of the Gustave Gimon Collection on French Political Economy.
Undergraduate and Graduate Theses, Department of Anthropology - Collection contact: Regina Roberts
Abstract: Honors theses written by undergraduate students and masters theses written by graduate students in the Stanford University Department of Anthropology.
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