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Friday, November 2 • 1:31pm - 1:41pm
The Poet's Papers: Literary Research in the Small College Archives

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As Nebraska State poet William Kloefkorn wrote in his poem “Dirt,” “When you spend a lot of time / in one place, one place / spends a lot of time in you.”  Kloefkorn spent forty years at Nebraska Wesleyan, teaching English from 1962-2002.  After his death in 2011, NWU’s Cochrane-Woods Library received the donations of his personal papers and library. This is by far the largest and most significant collection the library has ever received.  Learn how this small college library with limited special collections resources found creative ways to connect users with a unique literary collection.

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Martha Tanner

Head of Research Services & Archives, Nebraska Wesleyan University
libraries, archives, information literacy, rhetoric, music

Friday November 2, 2018 1:31pm - 1:41pm CDT
J.W. Jones Student Union, Boardroom