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2022 Estonian fellows Anna-Maria Osula (TalTech), Piret Ehin (University of Tartu), and Anu Masso (TalTech)

Estonian visiting fellows talk about their 2022 Stanford fellowships

Stanford University Libraries, along with The Europe Center and The Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies, recently launched two new fellowship programs that brought five Estonian scholars to Stanford in 2022. The Short-Term Research Fellowship at Stanford University for Estonian Scholars and The Global Digital Governance Fellowship at Stanford Un

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Destination: Prague

August 25, 2022
by Ray Heigemeir

I recently had the distinct pleasure of attending the 2022 International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML) Conference in beautiful Prague, where I presented a report on our score manuscript digitization project. It was a wonderful, music-filled experience shared with friends old and new. I hope you enjoy this travelogue.

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St. Vitus Cathedral

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Tabletop Tuesdays: Getting Clue’d into the mysterious murder of Jane Stanford in July 2022

August 16, 2022
by Kathleen M Smith

In 1905, Jane Stanford died of strychnine poisoning while traveling in Hawaii. Books such as The Mysterious Death of Jane Stanford by Robert Cutler (2003) and, most recently, Who Killed Jane Stanford? by Richard White (2022) explore the suspicious circumstances of her death by examining archival records and surviving documents, many of which are here in the Stanford collections.

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Introducing Aeon!

August 15, 2022
by Benjamin Lee Stone

Starting Fall 2022, the Stanford University Libraries will be implementing Aeon, our new library and archives request system for special collections items. This system will replace our current request forms for reading rooms across Stanford Libraries, including the Department of Special Collections, The David Rumsey Map Center, East Asia Library Special Collections, and the Archive of Recorded Sound.

With Aeon, users can create a researcher account, which will allow them to:

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Guest blogger: Melissa Gonzalez-Tapia (University Archives student intern)

August 10, 2022
by Hanna Ahn

Hello, my name is Melissa, and welcome to my first blog post. I am a rising senior at East Palo Alto Academy, and this internship was suggested to me by my high school counselor. I decided to join this internship because I believed that this would be a great opportunity for me during my summer break and would support me in strengthening my future goals, like helping me make more informed decisions on what I want to do with my life.

Special Collections welcomes two new archivists this month: Chris Doan & Chloe Pfendler

August 8, 2022
by Glynn Edwards

The Department of Special Collections is thrilled to announce the hire of two new staff members into continuing appointment positions as processing archivists. The positions are funded by the Harold Hohbach Program Endowment, which was created from a gift by the Harold C. and Marilyn A. Hohbach Foundation. These positions will focus on making available collections highlighting the history of science, technology, and those that document changes and developments in Silicon Valley and further afield.

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Stanford Libraries welcomes Ikuyo Lehman

August 5, 2022
by Bernadette Liu

Please join me in welcoming Ikuyo Lehman to Stanford Libraries, who joins the organization on Wednesday, August 10th as our new Associate Director of Finance.

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