- Ransom Center's Exhibition Celebrates Bicentennial of Edgar Allan Poe
- New Online James Joyce Checklist Tracks Materials Relating to Author
- Harry Ransom Center Holds Papers Of 2008 National Book Award Winner
- Collection of Ezra Pound Materials Acquired by Harry Ransom Center
- 2008 Flair Symposium Webcast: "Creating a Usable Past: Writers, Archives and Institutions"
- "The Persian Sensation: 'The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam' in the West" Explores Popularity of Poem's Translation
- Fritz Henle Photography Exhibition Finds Beauty in Ordinary Subjects
- University Co-op Sponsors Harry Ransom Lectures in Humanities
- Harry Ransom Center Receiving Applications for Research Fellowships in the Humanities
- "A Cabinet of Drawings" Exhibition Explores Drawing as Art Form in Various Stages
- "The Mystique of the Archive" Explores Archives and Culture Surrounding Archives
- More than 50 Fellowships Awarded By the Harry Ransom Center
- Photojournalist Documents Gangs in the Wake of El Salvadoran Civil War
- Scroll Manuscript of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" in Texas through June 1
- Ransom Center Acquires 77 John Steinbeck Letters
- Harry Ransom Center Acquires Two Unpublished Letters by Tennessee Williams
- Ransom Center, Region XIII Team Up for Teaching Workshops
- Ransom Center Acquires Archive of Prize-winning Writer Jim Crace
- Harry Ransom Center Celebrates National Photography Month
- Harry Ransom Center Acquires Rare Plantin Polyglot Bible
- Video from "The Mike Wallace Interview" Available Online on April 4
- Harry Ransom Center Hosts "Beat Film Series" at Alamo Drafthouse
- Registration Opens for 2008 Flair Symposium, Creating a Usable Past: Writers, Archives and Institutions"
- Harry Ransom Center Offers Online Beatnik Questionnaire in Conjunction with Exhibition "On the Road with the Beats"
- Playwright, Writer and Director David Mamet To Visit Campus to Work with Students
- Through the Lens Clearly — Icons and Images
- Harry Ransom Center Introduces New Web Site
- Playwright David Mamet to Speak at The University of Texas at Austin
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