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The Library #ideadrop house will return this year again to connect the energy of the library community with the enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit pervasive in Austin for salon-style conversations in our library living room on March 7-11, 2014. Vist in person or on the live stream here. All times listed are local Austin time/ Central time.

E-Resources and Libraries (ER&L), ProQuest and the Digital Library Federation (DLF) are joined in Austin by an awesome group of orgs representing libraries, archives and museums. Meet them all.

Address: 1706 Garden St, Austin, TX 78702        Email: erl.sponsor@gmail.com
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Matthew Tiews

Stanford University
Executive Director of Arts Programs
Matthew Tiews is Executive Director of Arts Programs at Stanford University. As executive director, he has overseen the creation and opening of Bing Concert Hall, has been instrumental in the development of Stanford’s arts district and continues to integrate the arts throughout the campus. His responsibilities include coordinating arts programming across the university and overseeing the activities of the Stanford Arts Institute, Stanford Live, Bing Concert Hall and the Anderson Collection at Stanford University. He was appointed to the newly created position of executive director in September 2010 after five years as the associate director of Stanford’s Humanities Center where he oversaw operations, campus-wide programming, and new initiatives. Previous to his position at the Humanities Center, Tiews was the associate director of the Townsend Center for the Humanities at the University of California-Berkeley and the editor of Modernism/modernity, a journal of modernist cultural history. Tiews co-edited the multimedia volume Crowds (Stanford University Press, 2006), which won the 2007 Modernist Studies Association Book Prize. Tiews trained in acting and piano performance and holds a BA from Yale and a PhD from Stanford in comparative literature.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, March 11
 

9:30am CDT