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calThe J. Paul Leonard Library offers collections, services and facilities designed to contribute to your academic success in a safe and welcoming space fostering connections to the campus community. more

Friends of the Library Booksale Room & Sidewalk Sale Sept. 16 – 17

calBooks, DVDs, CDs, LPs, art prints! Most priced at $1 or $2! Proceeds help the library. more

de Bellis Concert

calVictoria Neve performs piano sonatas by Clementi Fri., Sept. 26, 1:10 PM,
de Bellis Collection,
4th Floor more

Exploring the Sutro Library’s Treasures

calLecture Series “Romanticizing the Frontier: Anglo-European encounters with Native American peoples” more

New Media Viewing & Listening Area

calView DVD, Blu-Ray discs and VHS tapes. Listen to LP records, tapes and CDs in the new Media Viewing & Listening area on the 1st floor. more

OASIS Tutorial No Longer Required

Beginning fall semester 2014, the Basic Information Competence Requirement will no longer be required. more

Media Reserves & Bones

Now at the Book Checkout & Pickup desk on the 1st floor, not Media & Equipment Distribution on Ground. more

Streaming Media

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New Books View All

  • Microsoft Excel 2010 programming by example : with VBA, XML, and ASP
  • Twentieth century drifter : the life of Marty Robbins
  • Foundations for new economic thinking : a collection of essays
  • A history of Russian literary theory and criticism : the Soviet age and beyond
  • Migration in the 21st century : political economy and ethnography
  • Selected poems
  • Conspiracy theories
  • Fashion futures
  • The Arab Spring
  • Notes on the mosquito : selected poems
  • Political philosophy : a historical introduction
  • The spine of the continent : the most ambitious wildlife conservation project ever undertaken
  • Englishness : twentieth century popular culture and the forming of English identity
  • March was made of yarn : reflections on the Japanese earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown
  • Oblivion : a memoir
  • The Beginner's goodbye (APRIL 2012) : a novel
  • Benjamin, Barthes, and the singularity of photography
  • The Irving Berlin reader
  • Measurement in sport and exercise psychology
  • Music 109 : notes on experimental music
  • Social things : an introduction to the sociological life
  • Inside : [a novel]
  • Further adventures in monochrome
  • Between the queen and the cabby : Olympe de Gouges's Rights of woman
  • Senses of vibration : a history of the pleasure and pain of sound
  • My father's book
  • Trinity : a graphic history of the first atomic bomb
  • Cronkite
  • Madrid tales
  • Reviving legitimacy : lessons for and from China
  • Transnational actors in global governance : patterns, explanations, and implications
  • Sol Lewitt : structures, 1965-2006
  • Alice Munro's narrative art
  • Dimensions of economic theory and policy : essays for Anjan Mukherji
  • Winner take all : China's race for resources and what it means for the world
  • The violinist's thumb : and other lost tales of love, war, and genius, as written by our genetic code
  • Cicero in letters : epistolary relations of the late republic
  • Home : [a novel]
  • Hide and seek : camouflage, photography, and the media of reconnaissance
  • Claude Lorrain : the enchanted landscape
  • Arabs and Muslims in the media : race and representation after 9/11
  • Transatlantic feminisms in the age of revolutions
  • Reconstruction : America's unfinished revolution, 1863-1877
  • Unexpected pleasures : the art and design of contemporary jewellery
  • Building waves
  • Gothic music : the sounds of the uncanny
  • Thomas Pynchon & the dark passages of history
  • The Cambridge companion to Arvo Part
  • Yayoi Kusama
  • Carre d'art, Nimes : Foster + Partners
  • Burnt cork : traditions and legacies of blackface minstrelsy
  • James Joyce : a new biography
  • A Kosher Christmas : 'tis the season to be Jewish
  • Music and Soviet Power, 1917-1932
  • Sublime : new design and architecture from Japan
  • Mini graphics 2 : maximum impact in a minimum format
  • American heathens : religion, race, and reconstruction in California
  • Principles of chemical nomenclature : a guide to IUPAC recommendations
  • Why have kids? : a new mom explores the truth about parenting and happiness
  • Lives of the novelists : a history of fiction in 294 lives
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