Video of the interview series hosted by the late Mike Wallace are available via the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. 65 programs are available for online viewing. Each program includes a text transcript. The Mike Wallace Interview ran from 1957 to 1960, but the Ransom Center collection includes interviews from […]
From The Bookseller: Harry Potter fans will have to wait until the first half of 2012 for the series’ e-books as the opening of the Pottermore shop postponed from its planned October launch. In a posting on the site’s blog, it said: “As our first priority is to get as many people onto the site […]
U. of Texas: "Signature Courses Offer Freshmen Opportunity to Experience Primary Materials and Archival Research"
From an Article on the the Harry Ransom Center Web Site: After the first few class periods of my semester as a teaching assistant (TA) for a first-year Signature Course at The University of Texas at Austin, I realized that the Harry Ransom Center would provide the ideal opportunity for meeting three of the major […]
From a NYT/Arts Beat Post by Patricia Cohen: That letter is part of a collection of documents and correspondence that Commentary has donated to the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, Austin. The archive, which spans 1945 to 1995, includes letters by and to Bernard Malamud, Norman Mailer, Amos Oz, Elie Wiesel and […]