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Reuniting correspondence: Merle Brown and Jon Silkin

Tracing literary correspondence can be a frustrating experience for researchers. An archive does not usually include letters written its creator, which can be scattered across many collections or held in private hands. 311 more words

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Summer 2018 Professional Development Internship-D.C

Approximate date of posting January 10, 2018

 Position:  Professional Development Internship

Eligibility current library and information science students at the graduate level or those who have graduated in the past six months. 426 more words

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How to get a job in Special Collections

So how do you get a job in Special Collections?  I recently wrote a blog post for Facet Publishing which reflected on the skills and experience required to get started in this often competitive profession:  … 59 more words

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Ceramics Craft Forum: In Conversation

“We want to claim back the word ‘craft’!! We are staging a run of ‘in conversations’ with Art Historian Dr. Jonathan Clarkson in our ceramics archive calling upon the history of ceramics research at Cardiff to identify intersections between ceramics and art with our MA’s hopefully running a little like this . 49 more words

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2018 Winter Olympics logo

Getting prepped for this year’s winter Olympics with the second in my Olympics series.  Now that I’ve got the logo and mascot for 2018 done, the next Olympic-themed projects will be some of the past American mascots and logos, starting with the L.A. 43 more words