Blog topic: News

Andrew P. Nelson teaching about digital resources for Japan studies.

Guest blogger: Andrew Patrick Nelson (Ph.D. Candidate, Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures, Ph.D. Minor, Department of History, Ph.D. Minor, Department of Linguistics, Senior Graduate Research Fellow, Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis)

May 23, 2023
by Dr Regan Murphy Kao

The East Asia Library recently hosted a two-part workshop on Digital Humanities Resources for Japan Studies. Inspired by the recent advances in research methods presented at the Tools of the Trade: The Way Forward conference held at Harvard University from 14 - 16 March 2023, East Asia Library Director Dr.

Nikoo Parsizadeh

Welcome Nikoo Parsizadeh!

May 10, 2023
by Aparna Sharma

We are pleased to announce that Nikoo Parsizadeh joined LiMa Science Library as Evening Circulation Supervisor, previously held by Cristina Flores-Herrera.

Nikoo began her journey with us Monday, May 8th, 2023, and reports to me. As Evening Circulation Supervisor, Nikoo will be assisting users at the circulation desk, evening circulation supervision, and handling acquisitions among other responsibilities.

Nikoo comes to us with more than 4 years of experience, having worked at the Mountain View public library.


March 21, 2023
by Ellie Buckley

UPDATE 3/22/2023

Power has been restored and the Libraries are open with normal hours.


ALERT: Due to weather-related disruptions, many Stanford Libraries locations are closed or have reduced operating hours. Please check hours before visiting. Virtual reference is available 10a-5p.


Bon voyage, Ali!

March 17, 2023
by Zac Painter

The Terman Engineering Library bids farewell and best of luck to Ali Krogman, who is moving to a role as a UX Designer with Stanford Web Services on March 20.

A screen grab of the Taube Archive website

Stanford Libraries launches Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, 1945-46

The Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, 1945-1946 (IMT) is now available as the result of a partnership between the Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice. This online archive makes available to the global audience digitized versions of the original, unpublished, and complete official record of the IMT.