Audio: Randy Scott on the Superpowers of Librarians. "A Collection for the Americas: Michigan State Looks Past the Horizon" (2001)

2016-02-12T06:42:59Z (GMT) by Ernesto Priego Randy Scott
<blockquote> <p>“My work is dedicated to the proposition that the academic enterprise as a whole needs access to appropriate historical documents.”</p> <p>-Randy Scott, 18 October 2001 </p> </blockquote> <p><strong>A</strong>s part on ongoing <a href="" target="_blank">Oral Histories of Comics Scholarship Project</a>, we digitised a tape recording of  “A Collection for the Americas: Michigan State Looks Past the Horizon” by <a href="" target="_blank">Randy Scott</a>, Michigan State University, USA. <br></p><p>It was originally recorded on a Sony MC-60 microcassette and was digitised as an mp3 file using Audacity software. <br></p> <p>Originally recorded on Thursday, 18 October 2001 at the Comics and Fotonovelas Area, 5th Congress of the Americas, Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, México.</p> <p>The panel was titled “Contemporary Latin American Comics and the Need for Preservation” and it was chaired by Jeff Williams. <br></p><p>For more information about Randy’s work, read “The Legacy of Popular Culture and Comic Collections at MSU”<a href="" target="_blank"> at Michigan State University’s web site</a>.</p> <p>This file is shared with the kind permission of Randy Scott.  <br></p><p>If you cite this or any part of the information contained here or on the deposited file please do kindly use the citation information above.<br></p><p>Originally published online on June 27th 2012 at<br></p>