Stanford Presidential Lecture Series
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CALENDAR
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HUMANITIES AT STANFORD
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION


The Presidential Lectures and Symposia in the Humanities and Arts are an integral part of President Casper's plan to strengthen and revitalize the humanities and arts programs at Stanford. Besides encouraging and mediating debate on the role of the humanities and arts in academia, this Web site will also serve a pedagogical mission, providing essential critical information on the speakers and programs which the President's series will bring to campus. The site is managed by the Humanities and Area Studies Resource Group of Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources with assistance from the Research and Instructional Technologies Support group and Library Systems staff.


WEB SITE TEAM


  • Peter Blank, Art and Architecture Library, Site Co-Editor
  • Adan Griego, Latin American and Iberian Collections, Site Co-Editor
  • Jennifer Kindred, Academic Computing, Site Designer
  • Jonathan Lavigne, Library Systems, Web Sovereign


COLOPHON



This Web site was created using Apple Power Macintosh computers and an Apple Color One Scanner. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop 4.0 and text-only editors. Credit for inspiration and technical tricks is due to David Seigel's Creating Killer Web Sites, the Chronicle of Higher Education's Colloquy site, and Dmitry Kirsanov's Design Lab at www.webreference.com.

Barbara Mendelsohn designed the printed material for the series. A version of her poster design appears on the splash page of this site.

You can contact the site designer for further information.


COPYRIGHT INFORMATION



Most of the material included on this site is copyright protected. Please respect the rights of all copyright owners, including Stanford University and the outside contributors represented in this site. Contact the site editors for additional copyright information.

 
COMMENTS FOR THE EDITORS


Please feel free to send comments or questions about this Web site to the site editors. When reporting broken links or missing information, please try to include the URL of the page in question.

If you would like to be part of the discourse surrounding this lecture series or a particular speaker, please go to our Discussion Forum.



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