I'm the archivist for Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, where we
are working on NEA, NEH, and Save America's Treasures grants to
reformat, preserve and make accessible 2000 hours of audiotape from our
Writing and Poetics program. The first 150 hours are online at
www.archive.org (go to "audio" and "Naropa Audio Archive") and more
information is available on our web site at naropaarchive.org. I'd be
happy to help you in any way I can.
Tim Hawkins, Archivist
Naropa University Archive Project
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Sound Archivists
I was wondering if there are many people on this list who are employed
by universities nationwide, specifically as a Sound Archivist working
with their audio collections.
Thanking you for your time.
Mississippi Department Of Archives & History
200 North Street
Jackson, MS, 39201