Andi Gustavson is the Instructional Services Coordinator at the Harry Ransom Center. She works with educators to collaboratively design and teach lessons that use collection materials. [Read more…] about Meet Andi Gustavson, Instructional Services Coordinator
The archive for the acclaimed drama Mad Men, one of television’s most honored series in history, has been donated to the Harry Ransom Center. The donation was made by Matthew Weiner, the series creator, executive producer, writer and director; and Lionsgate, which produced the critically acclaimed series.
To mark this news, Weiner shares his thoughts on the value of archives, the show’s influence, and the storylines that got away. [Read more…] about Interview with Matthew Weiner, creator, executive producer, writer, and director of the series Mad Men
The archive for the acclaimed drama Mad Men, one of television’s most honored series in history, has been donated to the Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research library and museum at The University of Texas at Austin. [Read more…] about Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning Mad Men archive donated to UT Austin’s Harry Ransom Center
Ellen Cunningham-Kruppa is Associate Director and Head of Preservation and Conservation at the Harry Ransom Center. She worked in the Ransom Center’s conservation lab early in her career, before taking a job as an archivist at [Read more…] about Q&A: Meet Ellen Cunningham-Kruppa
Fleur Cowles rose from humble origins in New York to become a magazine editor and publisher as well as an avant garde member of high society. Within the Harry Ransom Center is a replica of Cowles’s London study. [Read more…] about Fleur Cowles’s pieces of flair
Born in Colombia, Gabriel García Márquez began his career as a journalist in the 1940s, reporting from Bogotá and Cartagena and later serving as a foreign correspondent in Europe and Cuba. In 1961, he moved to Mexico City. Alongside his prolific journalism career, [Read more…] about LISTEN: Gabriel García Márquez’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech