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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

"This month, Stanford University Libraries established the first academic, university-based Bahá'í collection in the United States. The donation of one of the most extensive Bahá'í libraries in private hands preserves a history that might otherwise be lost."

"The collection includes more than 1,000 books, letters, photographs and rare, out-of-print early Bahá'í publications from around the world, as well as other archival materials and papers."

The Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC), the most highly cited journal in the life sciences, deploys 21 subject-based specialty sites on the HighWire Open Platform.

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) is proud to announce the launch of 21 JBC Affinity Sites: Categorized by subspecialties in biochemistry and molecular biology, these new sites emphasize recent and most-read research articles, literature reviews and other information in each area of investigation.

Stanford Quad corner and column

SUL has the following new positions this week:

Assistant Manager, Stanford Auxiliary Library 3 (Livermore, CA), Stanford University Libraries (#50394)

Stanford University Libraries Human Resources Associate (#50385)

For a complete description of open positions within SUL, go to the Stanford Jobs page, select University Libraries from the Job Search/Location: list, and then click on the Search button.

Editorial Staff

Monday, November 5, 2012

The Stanford University Libraries has recently acquired San Francisco's New Langton Arts archive. A recent article published in the Dish highlights a bit of history behind San Francisco's New Langton Arts, as well as some collection highlights.

To read the article, Libraries’ acquisition adds to holdings on Bay Area art scene, written by Cynthia Haven, see the October 30th, issue of the Dish.