Joe Versus the Volcano

Published: April 23, 2010

Earlier this week, UCLA English literature professor Joseph Bristow, a great friend of the Clark’s, was  interviewed by The Chronicle of Higher Education about being stuck in Ireland because of volcanic ash.  In the interview, he mentions how students in his Oscar Wilde seminar, which meets weekly at the Clark, had to work on independent research projects at the library in his absence.  Hopefully his flight home today is uneventful and quick!

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“The librarians were unfailingly helpful,” Joe says, showing that librarians manage information, crises, and information crises.

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