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Session 203: Getting Our Hands Dirty (and Liking It): Case Studies in Archiving Digital Manuscripts
Thursday, August 28, 2008 - 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
 Speakers and Presentation Titles:
Catherine Stollar Peters, (Chair), Archives and Records Management Specialist, New York State Archives and Records Administration - "Theoretical Foundations of Archiving Digital Manuscripts"
Melissa Watterworth, Curator of Literary and Natural History Collection, University of Connecticut - "Expression, Experimentation, Evolution: Studies in Appraisal and Transfer of Electronic Records in the Papers of Writer and Small Press Publisher Peter Ganick"
Gabriela Redwine, University of Texas at Austin - "An Acquisitions Narrative: The Practical and Theoretical Challenges Presented by Norman Mailer’s Electronic Records"
Michael L. Forstrom, Yale University - "Between Half-Measures and Ideals: Managing Electronic Records in Manuscript Collections at the Beinecke Library"