The Pivotal Role of Student Labor in the Clarke Historical Library's Moving Image access and Preservation Project

Marian J [Unknown], Marian Jane Matyn

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Published in Dec. 2020 but the issue is dated Fall 2019 https://doi.org/10.5749/movingimage.19.2.0026 <b> </b><br><br>Tressa and I revised our initial submission submitted 11/4/2019 and resubmitted w new title<br>Co-authored with Tressa Graves (alum) and Jen Bentley, this article discusses how an archivist and students passionate about film began and will soon complete an archival film access and preservation project in the archives unit of the Clarke Historical Library (Clarke) at Central Michigan University (CMU), a rural, mid-size, midwestern university. The project operates with a minimum budget and is uniquely entirely reliant upon student labor, much of it volunteer. The Clarke was the first university archives in the state to initiate an archival film preservation project. We hope this encourages other smaller institutions without a full-time film archivist to thoughtfully implement their own film project.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Moving Image/ the Association of Moving Image Archivists / Univ. Of Minneapolis and AMIA
Volume48
Issue number2
StatePublished - Dec 2020

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