The Korean Heritage Library curator was recently elected to a three-year term on the committee, adding her library collections and information technology expertise to the AAS committee focusing on Korean studies. You can read more about Kim and her fellow committee members on the CKS Web site.
University Archivist Claude Zachary spoke with KPCC's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez about the 125-year history of USC Thornton School of Music. If you missed it, you can find the transcript and the archived show on the KPCC Web site.
Doheny Memorial Library staff member Angelica Weber recently led 125 students from L.A.'s Synergy Charter Academy on a tour of the Los Angeles Times Reference Room and other architectural attractions at the historic library. The students also learned about the research tools available at academic research libraries.
L.A. as Subject has finalized the cultural programming for the 4th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar on Oct. 17. Discuss history with local authors, watch documentary films about hidden L.A. stories, and talk with experts in photo forensics, film history, and archival research. Keep reading for a complete list of programs and exhibitors at this year's event.
Mrs. Ferne Margulies, the wife of the late producer of Roots, The Thorn Birds, and other acclaimed miniseries, recently donated an archive of scripts, music scores, personal photographs and correspondence, production records, and many other items to the USC Libraries. Read Dan Knapp's article for the USC News Web site for details about the collection.