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Preserving and Accessing the Various Forms of Legal Scholarship: A Librarian’s Perspective

Our director, John Palfrey was recently asked to comment on a response submitted in regard to one of his journal articles, The Public and the Private at the United States Border with Cyberspace in the Mississippi Law Journal. It will appear in the journal’s new online companion MISSing Sources, set to launch in September. There has been a …

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Don’t Think of It as a Warehouse or a Museum…

So says Harvard’s Director of Libraries and Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor Robert Darnton about libraries in this piece in the June 12, 2008 New York Review of Books. Darnton, a renowned historian who teaches a history of the book class here at Harvard, explains that while he is a “Google fan” and thrilled with the increased accessiblity …

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