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Additional Quiet Study

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Memorial Day Weekend Hours

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Photo Exhibit:
Labor Landmarks of San Francisco

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Dual Views explores the hidden historic labor landscape of San Francisco. Library Gallery - 4th Floor, Mar. 19 – Aug. 7 more

Library’s Oldest Manuscript Digitized

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The 1368 Oath, part of the Frank V. de Bellis Collection, can now be seen in the Digital Special Collections. more

Rediscover a Lost Television Classic

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Blacks, Blues, Black! was thought ‘lost’ for decades but The Bay Area TV Archive has made the classic series available. more

eBook Textbooks!

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The Library has published a list of required textbooks available for FREE online as an e-book. more

Get More Out of Google

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Tips & Tricks for students conducting online research.
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  • Feeding back : conversations with alternative guitarists from proto-punk to post-rock
  • Evolution's witness : how eyes evolved
  • Design after modernism : furniture and interiors, 1970-2010
  • On representation : Deleuze and Coetzee on the colonized subject
  • First episode
  • Administering VMware Site Recovery Manager 5.0 : technology hands-on
  • How it began : a time- traveler's guide to the universe
  • The political humanism of Hannah Arendt
  • The casual vacancy
  • Out of bounds : British black & Asian poets
  • Arabs and Muslims in the media : race and representation after 9/11
  • Sexual intelligence : what we really want from sex--and how to get it
  • Urban composition : developing community through design
  • New Japan architecture : recent works by the world's leading architects
  • Uncle Swami : South Asians in America today
  • Eurojazzland : jazz and European sources, dynamics, and contexts
  • Managing to change the world : the nonprofit manager's guide to getting results
  • Reuse value : spolia and appropriation in art and architecture from Constantine to Sherrie Levine
  • Handbook of racial & ethnic minority psychology
  • Between the queen and the cabby : Olympe de Gouges's Rights of woman
  • Measurement in sport and exercise psychology
  • Living color : the biological and social meaning of skin color
  • Alice Munro's narrative art
  • Before the chinrest : a violinist's guide to the mysteries of pre-chinrest technique and style
  • Foreign aid allocation, governance, and economic growth
  • Modern British playwriting. voices, documents, new interpretations
  • Hot wired guitar : the life of Jeff Beck
  • Winner take all : China's race for resources and what it means for the world
  • Shakespeare's villains
  • The Cambridge history of musical performance
  • The state of nonprofit America
  • The man who sold the world : David Bowie and the 1970s
  • Senses of vibration : a history of the pleasure and pain of sound
  • Friedrich Nietzsche and the politics of history
  • The quantum exodus : Jewish fugitives, the atomic bomb, and the Holocaust
  • Claes Oldenburg
  • Dublinesque
  • A performer's guide to seventeenth-century music
  • The great picture : making the world's largest photograph : the Legacy Project, Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, Clayton Spada
  • Sociology of globalization : cultures, economies, and politics
  • Israeli feminism liberating Judaism : blood and ink
  • A difficult woman : the challenging life and times of Lillian Hellman
  • Cities of signs : learning the logic of urban spaces
  • Fashion futures
  • Now dig this! : art & Black Los Angeles, 1960-1980
  • The politics of international criminal justice : German perspectives from Nuremberg to the Hague
  • The other Latin@ : writing against a singular identity
  • Russia and the West from Alexander to Putin : honor in international relations
  • Song of the departed : selected poems of Georg Trakl
  • Do the math! : on growth, greed, and strategic thinking
  • Continuum physics
  • Social media and music : the digital field of cultural production
  • Food fight : the citizen's guide to the next food and farm bill
  • Treasures of the southern sky
  • Lives of the novelists : a history of fiction in 294 lives
  • All men are liars
  • Steel drums and steelbands : a history
  • The chemistry of tears : [a novel]
  • Reinventing Bach
  • The Cambridge introduction to early American literature
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