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Meet the Staff: Archivist Joan Sibley

By Sarah Strohl

Meet the Staff is a Q&A series on Cultural Compass that highlights the work, experience, and lives of people at the Harry Ransom Center.

Joan Sibley has filled a variety of roles during her 25 years at the Ransom Center. Now, as Senior Archivist, she is responsible for the completion of retrospective conversion cataloging of manuscript collections, grant writing, and management of grant projects. Read more

Photo Friday

By Edgar Walters

Each Friday, the Ransom Center shares photos from throughout the week that highlight a range of activities and collection holdings. We hope you enjoy these photos that reveal some of the everyday happenings at the Center.

Author Nicholson Baker signed the authors’ door while on campus for the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies Symposia 2012-2013: The Fate of the Book. Photo by Pete Smith.
Author Nicholson Baker signed the authors’ door while on campus for the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies Symposia 2012-2013: The Fate of the Book. Photo by Pete Smith.
Author Nicholson Baker signed the authors’ door while on campus for the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies Symposia 2012-2013: The Fate of the Book. Photo by Pete Smith.
Author Nicholson Baker signed the authors’ door while on campus for the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies Symposia 2012-2013: The Fate of the Book. Photo by Pete Smith.
An etched reproduction of artist Tom Lea’s 1953 portrait of J. Frank Dobie in the Ransom Center’s south atria. Photo by Pete Smith.
An etched reproduction of artist Tom Lea’s 1953 portrait of J. Frank Dobie in the Ransom Center’s south atria. Photo by Pete Smith.