Christopher Wilson donated his father Richard Wilson's papers to U-M. He discusses his father's longtime friendship and professional relationship with Welles as well as his own relationship with his father. Moderated by Brad Schwartz, historian and author, and Vince Longo, U-M graduate student.
Oja Kodar shares her memories of her life with Orson Welles and the importance of creating an archive dedicated to his work. Moderated by Elliot Wilhelm, curator of film and video, Detroit Institute of Arts.
The Ann Arbor Book Festival brings another dynamic Writer’s Conference to the community. This full-day experience allows attendees -- whether seasoned writers or students new to their craft -- to hone their skills in sessions led by a noted group of writers and instructors. This year’s featured writers are Toby Barlow, Scott Beal, Charlotte Bowens Young, Ava Chin, Rachel DeWoskin, Susan Hutton, Zilka Joseph, and Rachel Weaver.
Eli Neiburger, Deputy Director at the Ann Arbor District Library (AADL), talks about what the AADL has been doing to adapt to the changing media landscape, including direct licensing, content production, and community partnerships.
Emergent Research events are aimed at better understanding the various types of research undertaken across campus, particularly as they relate to library services and support, opportunities for collaboration, data management and preservation, and beyond.