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Green Library closed on 4th of July

Green Library will be closed on the 4th of July. We will reopen on Saturday, July 5, 9am - 5pm.

Summer Quarter Hours

Happy 20th Birthday to the Modern Internet

It's hard to imagine life without the Internet and yet, it is only 20 years old? Supercomputing Online says in its article today that "NSFNET is generally accepted as the progenitor of the modern Internet as we know it today." For a more detailed explanation about the origins of the Internet, see Internet Society.

For books about the history of the Internet in our library collection, search Subject = Internet History.

Buckminster Fuller at the Whitney

The Stanford University Libraries are excited to be sponsoring Buckminster Fuller: Starting with the Universe, currently on exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Fuller's archive was deposited with SULAIR in 1999, and many of the materials in the exhibit were supplied by the library. If you can't make it to New York, you may want to look at the online collection of sound and video recordings of Bucky that SULAIR has digitized. You can also check our finding aid for a full listing of the Buckminster Fuller papers on deposit with SULAIR.

Free Film Series: Friel and Others on Film

Every Monday, July 7 through August 18 at 7:00 pm

Cubberley Auditorium, School of Education

free and open to the public

The Summer Theatre's free film series presents an array of films from and/or about Ireland,
from the colonial days through the founding of the Republic and the
“troubles” in the North. Stanford faculty and guests will introduce the
films and also lead our post-screening discussions.

July 7 The Dead (1987, dir. John Huston, with Anjelica Huston, Ingrid Craigie)

July 14 The Wind that Shakes the Barley (2006, dir. Ken Loach, with Cillian Murphy)

July 21 Dancing at Lughnasa (1998, dir. Pat O’Connor, with Meryl Streep)

July 28 Odd Man Out (1947, dir. Carol Reed, with James Mason)

August 4 The Crying Game (1992, dir. Neil Jordan, with Stephen Rea)

August 11 In the Name of the Father (1993, dir. Jim Sheridan, with Daniel Day Lewis)

August 18 The Commitments (1991, dir. Alan Parker, with Robert Arkins, Colm Meane

For more information about the Stanford Summer Theatre Program, please click here.

Citation help ... in Facebook

CiteMe is a new Facebook application that allows you to create formatted citations from WorldCat records in Facebook. Just use CiteMe to search for a book you want to cite, then select from APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA or Turabian style for a formatted citation you can cut and paste into your paper.

Add CiteMe to your profile, or become a fan of Green Library on Facebook and use it there.

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