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2016


ABC

"La Ransom Center suma la biblioteca a su universo de García Márquez"


Guardian

"Fidel Castro worked on Gabriel García Márquez's manuscripts"


El Tiempo

"Biblioteca de Gabo, abierta en Texas"


Los Angeles Times

"Gabriel García Márquez's collection of signed books — from Clinton, Castro — goes to the Ransom Center in Texas"


Houston Chronicle

"'Querido Gabo': UT acquires more Gabriel García Márquez material"


KERA

"The Life And Work Of Elliott Erwitt"


Texas Highways

"Texas Bookish Destinations"


El Pais

"Elliott Erwitt, el fotógrafo errante"


TIME

"How You Can Read the Magazine That Lewis Carroll Produced as a Teenager"


Austin Chronicle

"Hidden Room Theatre's Houdini Speaks to the Living"


Austin American-Statesman

"Houdini, Arthur Conan Doyle debate magic in play based on own words"


New Yorker

"Elliott Erwitt's Visual One-liners"


Austin Chronicle

"The One Thing That Even Houdini Couldn't Escape"


San Antonio Express News

"Ransom Center's Goldbeck photo collection now online"


Austin Chronicle

"'Elliott Erwitt: Home Around the World' at the Ransom Center"


El Diario de los Andes

"Investigadores colombianos accederán a archivo de García Márquez en Texas"


TIME

"Life on Mars: The War of the Worlds and H.G. Wells at 150"


Austin American-Statesman

"Stephen Enniss puts mark on storied Ransom Center"


Austin American-Statesman

"Dog dogs and other photographs: Major Elliott Erwitt exhibit opens"


Crave

"At 'Home Around the World' with Legendary Lensman Elliott Erwitt"


American Photo

"Revisiting Elliott Erwitt's Never-ending Photographic Journey"


Guardian

"The life and works of Elliott Erwitt – in pictures"


Washington Post

"This legendary photographer's iconic images celebrate humor in everyday life"


TIME

"How Tennessee Williams Bridged Pop Culture and Fine Art"


TIME

"Rare Behind-the-Scenes Photos From the Making of Gone With the Wind"


TIME

"The Moral Uproad Caused by the 'Professional Beauties' of Early Photography"


TIME

"An International Advocacy Group for Freedom of Expression Started as a Social Club"


Washingtonian

March issue included "A Washingtonian's Guide to Austin, America's Other Capital City"


The Alcalde

"Gabo and Me"


Wall Street Journal

"Why Nobody Wants Saul Bellow's Desk"


Austin Chronicle

"Look Inside: New Photography Acquisitions"


Vice

"The VICE Guide to Austin"


Austin American-Statesman

"Ransom Center exhibit spotlights recently collected photographs"


Austin Chronicle

"Shakespeare's First Folio: Why the first collection of the Bard's plays is such a big deal and cause to celebrate on his 400th death anniversary"


Aparte 20

"Uno de los archivos más amplios del mundo expone nuevas fotos de su fondo de cinco millones"


Washington Post

"' … and everyday a fabulous life.' Honoring the work of the legendary David Douglas Duncan, 100 years young"


Austin American-Statesman

"In a new exhibit in Austin, the history of photography clicks forward"


Houston Chronicle

"García Márquez archives debut at Austin's Ransom Center"


Austin Chronicle

"Elementary, My Dear Hickey"


History Buff

"Gabriel García Márquez's Massive Personal Archive To Be Digitized"


Telam

"García Márquez digital, el detrás de escena del proyecto que se compartirá en todo el mundo"


Republica

La brújula apunta al Harry Ransom Center


Austin American-Statesman

"Ransom Center celebrates Shakespeare"


Art Daily

"Jim Kuhn appointed as associate director and Hobby Foundation Librarian at Harry Ransom Center"


Times Higher Education

"To ban or not to ban? Why we shouldn't be hasty about book censorship"


Los Angeles Times

"Gabriel García Márquez's 24,000-page archive to be digitized"


Austin American-Statesman

"Ransom Center gets grant to digitize archive"


Latin American Herald Tribune

"University of Texas to Digitize Entire Garcia Marquez Archive"


Agence France Presse

"Universidad de EEUU colocará en línea archivo de García Márquez"


Fine Books & Collection

"Shakespeare in Texas"


Austin Chronicle

"Shakespeare in Print and Performance" at the Ransom Center


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Jennifer Tisdale
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Phone: 512-471-8949
Cell: 512-921-0845
Fax: 512-471-9646
jentisdale@utexas.edu

Suzanne Krause
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Phone: 512-471-6406
Cell: 512-348-4055
Fax: 512-471-9646
skrause@utexas.edu

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