Can’t make it to the galleries for the exhibition “The Making of Gone With The Wind”? Want to delve deeper into the making of the film? Explore the new web exhibition “Producing Gone With The Wind,” which examines the development of the film, from the purchase of the rights to Margaret Mitchell’s novel to the casting of Scarlett O’Hara to costumes and make-up. 

Can’t make it to the galleries for the exhibition “The Making of Gone With The Wind”? Want to delve deeper into the making of the film? Explore the new web exhibition “Producing Gone With The Wind,” which examines the development of the film, from the purchase of the rights to Margaret Mitchell’s novel to the casting of Scarlett O’Hara to costumes and make-up. 

Get a sneak peek of the exhibition “The Making of Gone With The Wind” in this video preview before it opens tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. 

Acclaimed writer Ian McEwan reads from his new novel, “The Children Act” next Wednesday, September 10, at 7 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium. Read a Q&A with McEwan as he discusses his archive, the sciences and humanities, and his favorite place to hike. 

Acclaimed writer Ian McEwan reads from his new novel, “The Children Act” next Wednesday, September 10, at 7 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium. Read a Q&A with McEwan as he discusses his archive, the sciences and humanities, and his favorite place to hike. 

Meet Rick Watson, Head of Reference Services, who climbs rocks and started his career at the Ransom Center 20+ years ago as an intern. 

Two creators discuss history and future of copyright-holders database, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The database is a collaboration between the Ransom Center and the University of Reading in the U.K. 

Two creators discuss history and future of copyright-holders database, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The database is a collaboration between the Ransom Center and the University of Reading in the U.K. 

Scholar explores director Brian de Palma’s connections in archives of Robert De Niro, David Mamet, and Paul Schrader. 

Fellows Find: Corrected proof shows late addition of key element in George Bernard Shaw’s play “Saint Joan.” 

Vanity Fair’s September issue highlights some of the Ransom Center’s collections and touts the approaching exhibition “The Making of Gone With The Wind.” Check it out on page 178!

Vanity Fair’s September issue highlights some of the Ransom Center’s collections and touts the approaching exhibition “The Making of Gone With The Wind.” Check it out on page 178!

A photography scholar explores techniques in Henry Peach Robinson’s composite photographs, which were described by his contemporaries as “ingenious fraud.” 
 

Enter to win a copy of “Henry Peach Robinson: Victorian Photographer” in honor of today’s blog post by a scholar on his work.

A photography scholar explores techniques in Henry Peach Robinson’s composite photographs, which were described by his contemporaries as “ingenious fraud.” 

 

Enter to win a copy of “Henry Peach Robinson: Victorian Photographer” in honor of today’s blog post by a scholar on his work.

Dashiell Hammett biographer talks about working in the Hammett and Lillian Hellman papers at the Ransom Center. 

Dashiell Hammett biographer talks about working in the Hammett and Lillian Hellman papers at the Ransom Center.