Rose Library Presents podcast series explores the people, materials, ideas, and communities that make up the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University. Each series premieres a new episode once a month on an October-May schedule. Questions, queries, and comments may be directed to Lolita Rowe, Community Outreach Archivist and host and co-producer of Community Conversations and Behind the Archives: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Conversations series invites conversation about an historical person, event, or place. Rose Library staff interview guests connected to the archive to engage in conversation that connects the session with our collections. Audiences will learn that they themselves could be a part of the archives.
The Behind the Archives series features conversations centered on the topic of archives: What are archives and who are the people that make archives work? Audiences will learn from the insights of our guests and learn more about what we do and who we are as an organization and as a profession. In no specific order, the following are topics we plan to discuss: Curation, Preservation, Processing, Digitization, Reference, Instruction, Rare Books, Outreach, and Acquisitions.
Atlanta Intersections explores how lives and place are bound together. The series brings activists, artists, authors, journalists, musicians, photographers, scholars, and urbanists together to discuss their lives, their work and their experiences of the city and how it all converges.