News from Columbia University Libraries


News from Columbia University Libraries

The Columbia University Libraries has acquired the papers of Daniel Talbot, one of the most important figures in art-house cinema in the United States, and founder of New Yorker Films. Learn more about this outstanding record of independent film exhibition and distribution.

In other news, the Columbia University Libraries and the Arts Initiative at Columbia have joined in a cooperative agreement with the ARChive of Contemporary Music, the largest collection of popular music in the world, to integrate the archive's resources into arts programming at the university and other educational and scholarly activities. Holdings of the archive include the Keith Richards Blues Collection, endowed by Richards, and the 50,000 disc World Music collection. Activities undertaken through this collaboration will include making the archive's catalog available online and accessible to students, scholars, and the general public. Learn more about this partnership.


Sam Streed
Author: Sam Streed
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