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A series of events and conferences will surround the dedication and opening of the C.V. Starr East Asian Library from October 18-20, 2007.
Speakers at the multi-day celebrations include Pauline Yu, president of the American Council of Learned Societies, and Chancellor Robert Birgeneau. The Guangzhou Ballet will perform on Friday afternoon and Saturday evening.
The UC Berkeley Center for Latino Policy Research and the Election Administration Research Center (EARC) based at the Institute of Governmental Studies present:
Election Administration and Voting Rights in the United States
a talk by
John K. Tanner, Chief
Susana Lorenzo-Giguere, Acting Deputy Chief
United States Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division, Voting Rights Section
Time and Location:
Thursday, October 18, 2007
3:30 - 5:00 PM
Institute of Governmental Studies, Library
109 Moses Hall
Reception will follow from 5 to 6pm
The second Bancroft Round Table of the Fall Semester will take place at noon on Thursday, October 18, in the Lewis Latimer Room of the Faculty Club. James R. Smith, will give a talk entitled ?San Francisco?s Lost Landmarks.?
San Francisco is famous for having rebuilt itself after the 1906 earthquake. In reality, San Francisco has rebuilt itself many times, and is in a constant state of metamorphosis. Despite these many changes and facelifts, San Francisco has been a legendary travel destination and one of the world's premier places to live and work for over a hundred and fifty years. James Smith, who has written the book "San Francisco?s Lost Landmarks," will talk about and show images of some of the fabulous pieces of San Francisco that have been lost from sight and help explain why this is the case.
Bancroft Round Tables aim to display the manifold collections of The Bancroft Library. The campus community is invited to attend this informal talk which should be a delight to all who call the Bay Area home, and informative for visitors seeking an historical tour of the American West?s Imperial City.
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In addition to the above, we also offer chat reference services in government, engineering, physics, mathematics/statistics, and physics/astronomy. For more information on these and other options, see our Research Help page.