News & Events

ReMix: The Stanford Libraries Newsletter is a monthly e-newsletter that provides highlights of library activities, programs, gifts, publications, and acquisitions, along with links to articles about us from elsewhere.

ReMix provides our most complete and authoritative listing of upcoming exhibits and events that may be of interest to library supporters. There is no cost to subscribe. Subscribe now.

See below a list of current and past issues of ReMix:

 

2021
August – Internships in the Archives | Changes to the Executive Team | The Puhvel Library
July
 – New Faces and New Directions | The Adventures of the Holmgrens | Virtual Preservation
June
 – New Position for Mimi Calter | Cartography Circle | California Himalayan Expedition | Wreden Prize
May
 –  East Asian IT Collection | Mark Ruwedel Exhibit | Frank Y. Chuck Papers
April
 – Science in the Making | Upcoming Events | Mapping the Islamic World
March
 – Essentially Open | The Black at Stanford Anthology  | Nuremberg Trial Archives
February
 – Black Histories | Joanna Frueh Archive | Peter Blank Retires
January – Hohbach Hall | Teasing Meaning from Maps | Saroyan Prize Winners

 

2020
December – Holiday Greetings
November – Guerard Archives | Noh as Intermedia | Mobile Maker Cart
October – Work & Social Justice Exhibit | Hidden Collections | Bernice Bing Archive
September
 – Donor Spotlight | Know Justice, Know Peace | Jerry McBride Retires | In Memory of TJ Cruzada
August
 – Staying the Course
July
 – Masquaraders to the Rescue! | A Lens on Society | Digital Library of the Middle East
June – Work & Social Justice | New Role for Julie Sweetkind-Singer | Citizen Scientists Needed
May
 – Accolades for Our Librarians | University Archivist Named | Supporting Digital Classrooms
April
 – Library Staff, Vital Connectors | 100 Spotlight Exhibits | Rumsey Map Center Celebrates 4th Year
March
 – A Message to Our Community
February – Underrepresented In History | Picture Perfect | Pancakes & Silver
January – The Illuminated Page | Rosa Parks Recording | Robert Schwarzwalder Retires

 

2019
December – Holiday Greetings
November – A Collection for the Next Century | Silicon Valley Archives Update
October – Clinton Hill Archive | Vatican Manuscripts | Student Spotlight
September
 – Glacier Thawing | Leonardo's Library Online | Rare Books Resource
August
 – Popular Music of the Past | In Conversation with Mimi Calter | Planting Shade Trees
July
 – Humanities Research Intensive | Skouras Archive | Apollo 11 Anniversary
June – July 15 Centennial Event | Becky Fischbach Retires | Sunset Magazine
May
 – Access to Planet | New Rare Book Curator | Collecting Conflict | Centennial Celebration
April
 – Leonardo's Library Exhibit | Photography Initiative | Learning with 3D
March
 – Rumsey Map Center Exhibit | John Mustain to Retire | Patron Privacy
February – Centennial of Green Library | Ethics in Digital Health | Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Archive
January – A Transformative Gift | Scholars Select Exhibit | San Francisco Traditional Jazz

 

2018
December – Holiday Greetings
November – Your Impact on Student Discovery
October – Visit from President of BnF | New Appointment for Michael Keller | AI Discovery Sessions
September
 – Rare Books & Artists' Books | New Book by John Hennessy | Book Traditions in China and Japan
August
 – Virtual Tribunals | Donor Spotlight: Catherine Tierney | LD4P
July
 – Mysterious Medieval Text | Saroyan Prize Winners | Pioneers in Politics
June – De-Stressing on the Farm | A Perspective | International Baltic Conference
May
 – Stanford Powwow | Cheryl D. Miller Archive | The Libraries as a Workbench, Part II
April
 – The Baltic Way | Retired Stanford Trees | 3D Printing Prototyping
March
 – Bob Fitch | Hidden Medical Text | Early Printing
February – A Cartographic Masterpiece | Zachary Baker Retires | Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon
January – VPTL Transition | 3-D Bones | Rare Discovery

 

2017
December – Holiday Greetings
November – Thanks-for-Giving | 'Non-Latin' Type Design | Recordings at Risk Grant
October – German Miniature Books | This Stanford Life | LOCKSS
September
 – Stanford Press Celebrates 125 Years!
August
 – Summer of Love | 1947 Partition | Medieval Sourcebook
July
 – Rare Aida Score | Digitizing Rome’s History | Why Music Matters
June – Student Awards | "Howl" Goes Online | Student Workers
May
 – Peter Koch Exhibit | Becky Fischbach Honored | Japanese Diaries | Gaming
April
 – Celebrate National Library Week
March
 – Li & Ma Science Library | Giant Sequoia | Curatorial and Conservation Mediation
February – ❤ for Stanford Libraries | Susan Groag Bell | Adam David Miller
January – Adventures in the Archives | Terraforming | Mario Paci

 

2016
December – Looking Back and Moving Forward
November – Strong Libraries Expand Possibilities
October – New Subject Specialists | Stanford Stories | Ginsberg & Dylan
September
 – New Old Chem | 12 Cool Books | Retro Video Games
August
 – Saroyan Prize | Military Archives | Spotlight
July
 – Pioneering Artist | The Stanford Apports | Ampex
June – Numismatic Library | Howell Award | Bob Fitch
May
 – 100th Issue of ReMix! | Library Donors Invited to Sesquicentennial Event
April
 – Grand Opening of the David Rumsey Map Center
March
 – Feigenbaum Archive | New Release by SUP | Jordan Archive
February – Matt Marostica | Bayerische Staatsbibliothek | WWII POW | Geo4LibCamp
January – Redwood City Campus | New Head of Miller Library | Adventures in Oversized Imaging | Digital Yiddish Theatre Project

 

2015
December – Anything is possible at Stanford!
November – New Art & Architecture Library | Giving Season | Our Stanford Libraries | Curator Spotlight
October – To Protect & Conserve | From KZSU to CNN | Chinese Railroad Workers
September
 – Joseph Goldyne | Donor Spotlight | New Assistant University Librarian Appointments
August
 – Preservation | Branner 100 | Theremin | Landmarks & Vestiges
July
 – Joe Wible Retires | Manuscript Leaves | ePADD | Estonian Girls' Choir
June – Michael Keller Receives Cuthbertson Award | 2015 Wreden Prize | International Image Interoperability Framework Consortium
May
 – Nepal Earthquake Relief | Israeli Photo Archive | Manuscript Fragment
April
 – A Message from the University Librarian
March
 – Beasts & Books Exhibit | Underground Comics | Douglas Engelbart
February – Meet Matt Marostica | Father Junipero Serra | Chinese American Citizens Alliance | Redwood Press
January – Medieval Artifacts Inspire | Jewish Cookbooks | Stanford University Press

 

2014
December – A Message from the University Librarian
November – SUL Staff Changes; Tanenbaum Collection; Alumni Legacy Project
October – Original Manuscripts | The Earliest U.S. Website | Braziliana Collections
September
 – The Bing Wing Turns 15 | Bob Fitch Photographs | Revs Digital Library | Reproducing Pianos and Rolls
August
 – Lathrop Library | Saroyan Prize | Punk Posters
July
 – A Bibliographic Prank; The Arthur Szyk Haggadah; Eight New Digital Collections in SearchWorks
June – Lathrop Library; HighWire Press, Inc.; Governor Jerry Brown
May
 – President Ilves; Donor Highlight; Project South; Carleton Watkins; Gov. Jerry Brown
April
 – Cesar Chavez; Medieval Manuscripts; create:space
March
 – French Revolution Digital Archive; SPIRL; Science, Technology, and Society
February – Curatorial Appointments; SUL Librarian Selected for Federal Advisory Committee; Friendship Book
January – Mellon Grants; The Circle of the Sun; Religion course

 

2013
December – Papers, Projects, Finals and Puppies?; French Socialist Press; Consider a Gift to SUL
November – Academic Technology Specialists Program; Primary Source; Julius Caesar
October – Libraries on the Move; An Unstudied Manuscript; Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference
September
 – Joseph Brodsky Acquisition; Richard Zarins Archive
August
 – An Office With a View; Allen Ginsberg; Open Access
July
 – Summer, Steinbeck and Special Collections; Restoration of Old Chem Building
June – From the University Librarian; Art Nouveau Acquisition
May
 – Walters Art Museum Medieval Manuscripts; Wreden Prize
April
 – Winds of Change; Writing in Books; Laura Bassi
March
 – SPIRL; Mysterious Letter; Cabrinety Collection
February – Library Treasures Road Show; Liisi Eglit; Janet Lewis; Martin Evans
January – Riverwalk Jazz; Roland Greene; SF Book Fair, Codex 2013

 

2012
December – Road & Track Archive; William McDonough Archive; Kircher Clock
November – GIS; Baha'i Collection; John Gardner; New Langton Arts
October – ReMix Gets Religion; Stanford's New Book Club; Denise Gigante...
September
 – Autumn Events; California as an Island; Rare Book School; Eavan Boland
August
 – SULAIR Story; 2012 Saroyan Prize; Beautiful Books
July
 – Buckminster Fuller; Stanford Oral History; Hand Bookbinders Exhibition
June – Forging Ahead; BiblioTech; Stanford Writers Get Top Honors
May
 – Photography Preservation; Trove; ORBIS
April
 – Library Grants; Things that Dream; Road Maps
March
 – Marking Time; Digital Papyrology
February – The Stanford Challenge; Suzanne Comhaire-Sylvain
January – Laura Bassi; First Ladies of Stanford

 

2011
December – On the Road and at Home; Who Portrayed Chaucer?
November – 500 Years of Printing; Japanese Imperial Maps
October – Jazz in the ARS; Ambassador Auditorium; University Archives
September
 – Baltic Horizon at Stanford; The Copyright Jungle; Ritualizing Faith in Women's Books
August
 – Linked Data and the Semantic Web; Early Israeli Infrastructure; A Stanford Benefactor
July
 – SAL3 Expansion Approved; Exhibit Celebrates Early Printing History; The Zimbardo Papers
June – ReMix Indeed; Wreden Prize; The Art of the Book in California
May
 – New GSB Library; Abraham Lincoln; Digital Humanities 2011; Stanford's Main Quad
April
 – 2010 Donors; SU Historical Society; Green Library Birding
March
 – Legendary Musicians, Woman Lawyer, Faculty Senate
February – American Enlightenment, SiCa Archive, Head of Preservation
January – Renaissance Geography, Book Fairs, Digital Tapestry

 

2010
December – e-Readers, Academic Publishing, MLA Seminar
November – Open Stacks, Republic of Letters, Social Networks
October – Who Needs a Library?; Distinctively Modern; New Funds
September
 – Nuclear Age; Univ. Archivist Appointed; William Saroyan Prize; Celebrating Mexico Exhibit
August
 – Connections; SearchWorks; Engineering Library; Philanthropy
July
 – New AUL Appointed; How Students See Us; Text-mining; Chinese Classical Texts
June – Bookless Library; Hypertext Novels; AAAS; Humanities Fellows
May
 – Science Data Projects; Mary Webb; Digital Language Lab; Japanese Woodblocks; Parker on the Web
April
 – !WAR; Medieval Bibles; Hsieh Lecture; Scripts Analyzed; Eadweard Muybridge
March
 – Antarctica Collection; Juana Briones; Stephen Jay Gould; RefWorks
February – Digital Collaborative; History Revealed; Adopt a Book?; Civil Rights Interviews
January – Leadership Transition; Dream Factory on the Nile exhibit; Silicon Genesis

 

2009
December – Book Wishes; 2009 Donors; Medieval Manuscript News
November – The Ubiquitous Library; Trollope's Macdermots; Dr. Serageldin Lectures
October – The Bing Wing at 10; New Web Pages and Applications; Special Collections Featured in New Dimensions Interview
September
 – Google Book Search; Miller Library; Recent Acquisitions Exhibit
August
 – New Endowed Funds; Venerable Bede; Gift Annuities
July
 – Soft Money in Hard Times; Planning Meeting Held in Alexandria, Egypt; Archiving Web Sites and Blogs in Iran
June – SULAIR, Decimated; Wreden Prize Winners Announced; University Archivist Announces Retirement
May
 – Disaster Planning in the Libraries; Online Notable Acquisitions Page Debuts; The Libraries in Second Life
April
 – Survival of the Fittest Scientific Literature; Inaugural Dr. Sam-Chung Hsieh Memorial Lecture; AAA Maps Find New Home
March
 – Last of its Kind?; President of BnF to Speak; Student-Collectors at Stanford
February – A Hybrid Gift for the "Hybrid Library"; Michael Keller Named AAAS Fellow; Grolier Club Members Visit Green Library
January – A New Year's Welcome; Book Fairs 2009; Exhibits Explore Mountain Ranges and the Canine Side of Campus Life

 

2008
December – Hard Times Ahead; 2008 Year-End Donations; Renowned English Historian to Speak in Green Library
November – Google, Authors, Publishers Agree to Agree; Persian Student Association Presents 500 Books; Memory's Library
October – What's in a Name?; Open House, 2008; A Notable Acquisition
September
 – A Banner Year for Endowments; ReMix Readers Invited; Saroyan Prizes, Anthology and Music
August
 – More than a Birthday Party; Celebrating William Saroyan's Centennial and the 2008 International Prize for Writing
July
 – Universities' Greater Accountability; The Future of Digital Preservation; Library Discovery, A Process of Continuous Reinvention
June – Summertime; Green Teas; Doris Linder Remembered
May
 – Invasion of the Visiting Committee; David Kennedy Honored with Warren R. Howell Award; Concurrent Exhibitions
April
 – ...Let me count the ways; Manuscript Acquisition Program Launched; Family entrusts SUL with legacy of Dr. Sam Chung Hsieh
March
 – Libraries grapple with evolving needs, expectations; Arabic and Hebrew Original Script Fields; Collection Highlights
February – Inaugural issue of ReMix; Remembering Boyd Murphy; Newly Acquired Medieval Koranic Manuscripts

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