Sarah Strohl

Sarah Strohl

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Outdoorswoman, travel enthusiast, lover of words and honors graduate from the University of Texas at Austin. In my free time, you can find me perusing online menus or hitting the trails.

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Clara bow article

Celebrating the films of the First World War

The Harry Ransom Center’s current exhibition The World at War, 1914–1918 marks the centennial anniversary of the start of World War I. “The war to end all wars,” as it was optimistically dubbed, was one of the deadliest conflicts in history and [...]...

Rick watson article

Meet the Staff: Rick Watson, Head of Reference Services for the Harry Ransom Center

Rick Watson started at the Ransom Center as one of the first graduate interns in 1989 and now oversees the graduate intern program alongside his work as Head of Reference Services for the Manuscript Collection. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master’s in English from the University of Tulsa.

Interactive article

Two interactive activities added to The World at War: 1914-1918

Two new interactive activities—an audio tour and a passport project—are now available for visitors to the exhibition The World at War, 1914–1918.   Daniel Carter, a PhD student in the School of Information at The University of Texas at Aus [...]...

Norman bel geddes article

Now open at the Wolfsonian: “I Have Seen The Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America”

The exhibition I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America is now open at the Wolfsonian at Florida International University in Miami Beach, Florida.  Pulled mostly from the Ransom Center’s Bel Geddes archive, the exhibition origi [...]...

Midnight article

Alan Furst’s “Midnight in Europe” now available

Alan Furst, a New York Times bestselling author whose archive resides at the Harry Ransom Center, recently published his latest novel Midnight in Europe.   Furst is widely recognized for his historical espionage novels set in the World War [...]...

Bel g article

High Museum of Art’s “Dream Cars” exhibition features drawings, designs from Norman Bel Geddes collection

“We dream of cars that will float or fly, or run on energy from a laser beam, or travel close to the ground without wheels. Such research may border on the fantastic, but so did the idea of a carriage going about the country without a horse.” – [...]...

Q&A: Film critic Molly Haskell discusses “Gone With The Wind”

Molly Haskell, film critic and author of Frankly, My Dear: Gone with the Wind Revisited, explores the popularity and influence of both the book and film, from their first appearance to the present on Wednesday, November 19, at 7 p.m. The progra [...]...