Turner Classic Movies (TCM) host and film historian Robert Osborne interviews Ransom Center Curator of Film Steve Wilson as part of last weekend’s TCM Film Festival in Los Angeles. #tcmff

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) host and film historian Robert Osborne interviews Ransom Center Curator of Film Steve Wilson as part of last weekend’s TCM Film Festival in Los Angeles. #tcmff

Students from the UT Department of English share Jane Austen materials from the Ransom Center’s collections in honor of the 200th anniversary of “Mansfield Park.”

A selection of materials from novelist, naturalist, and writer Peter Matthiessen’s archive are now on view in the Ransom Center’s lobby to honor the late writer. 
Photo of Peter Matthiessen by Jesse Close.

A selection of materials from novelist, naturalist, and writer Peter Matthiessen’s archive are now on view in the Ransom Center’s lobby to honor the late writer.

Photo of Peter Matthiessen by Jesse Close.

A new biography on Henry Miller focuses on the writer’s time in Big Sur and draws from correspondence at the Ransom Center.

A new biography on Henry Miller focuses on the writer’s time in Big Sur and draws from correspondence at the Ransom Center.

Elizabeth Taylor is “hateful, tragic, flirtatious, shrewd, and still beautiful” in the publicity photo for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” found in Ernest Lehman’s archive.  The photograph is etched on the Ransom Center windows, which display a selection of images from the collections.  

Elizabeth Taylor is “hateful, tragic, flirtatious, shrewd, and still beautiful” in the publicity photo for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” found in Ernest Lehman’s archive.  The photograph is etched on the Ransom Center windows, which display a selection of images from the collections.  

Now available online: World War I-era propaganda posters added to Ransom Center’s digital collections

Ransom Center exhibits “Gone With The Wind” materials this week at TCM Classic Film Festival 

Ransom Center exhibits “Gone With The Wind” materials this week at TCM Classic Film Festival 

A scholar explores photographs taken by female and African-American photographers working on Broadway in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Walker Evans’s photograph of Allie Mae Burroughs, taken during the Great Depression, gazes solemnly at those who pass the Ransom Center’s windows. The windows display a selection of images from the Ransom Center’s collections.

Walker Evans’s photograph of Allie Mae Burroughs, taken during the Great Depression, gazes solemnly at those who pass the Ransom Center’s windows. The windows display a selection of images from the Ransom Center’s collections.

Now online: A newly cataloged and digitized collection of seventeenth-century newsletters reveals insights into history and statecraft through an English diplomat’s connections. 

Now online: A newly cataloged and digitized collection of seventeenth-century newsletters reveals insights into history and statecraft through an English diplomat’s connections.