October 1998 - Vol. 57, No. 10
Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture
The curator of "Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture" offers an overview of the exhibition.
FILM SERIES COMPLIMENTS 'FREUD' EXHIBITION
The Library will present a film series in conjunction with the exhibition.
Vaclav Havel, president of the Czech Republic, visited the Library on the eve of the Sept. 18 opening of "The Birth of Czechoslovakia: October 1918."
More than 2,100 baseball cards from 1887-1914, depicting some of the most famous players in the sport, are now on view at the Library's American Memory Web site.
NEXT-GENERATION TALKING BOOKS
The National Library Service (NLS) has established a committee to oversee the development of a new digital audio technology for America's talking-book program.
A task force of law librarians will examine the effect of technology on legal documentation.
THE FUTURE OF COPYRIGHT
The Copyright Office has released on report on the future of copyright in a networked world.
THE NOVELIST-PHILOSOPHER OF CAIRO
The work of Najib Mahfuz, Egypt's foremost writer and novelist, was discussed in a Sept. 10 lecture at the Library by Menahem Milson.