Victoria Bazin and Sue Currell The Network of American Periodical Studies (NAPS) hosted its second symposium, "Radical America: Revolutionary, Dissident and Extremist Magazines" on May 20, 2016, at The Keep, the University of Sussex's Special Collections. Organized by Sue Currell, this event was attended by more than fifty delegates and guests and successfully launched the University of Sussex's special collection of the New Masses magazine. Sue's development of the New Masses archive at Sussex builds upon an impressive collection of more than two hundred issues of the magazine donated to The Keep in 2014. She spoke about the conservation and digitization process by which the collection has been preserved and scanned into high-resolution single-page images that have then been formatted into accessible online editions. The online magazines are now being developed into a high-quality open-access online exhibition with the ongoing addition of metadata and complementary scholarship on the magazine, with full search capability. Sue hopes to crowdsource missing issues and to eventually complete the archive as part of her wider digital (and print) scholarship project. The day began with an overview of the collections of radical periodicals at The Keep including the Harvey Matusow papers, a vast and
The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies – Penn State University Press
Published: Jul 10, 2016
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