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n+1: The Temple University Libraries Interview

Authors:

Fred Rowland ,

Reference and Instructional Services Librarian, Temple University
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Marco Roth,

a founding editor of n + 1
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Keith Gessen,

a founding editor of n + 1
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Andrew Lopez

Connecticut College 270 Mohegan Ave New London, CT 06320
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Abstract

At Temple University Libraries (TUL), librarian Fred Rowland began conducting interviews and sharing them as streaming audio through TUL’s website around the year 2007. Content includes interviews with students and scholars working in a wide range of areas from archaeology, the classics, digital humanities, and physics, to religious studies, tuna in America, and urban planning. Rowland’s interviews offer valuable insights into the latest chapters of the human record. This interview, with two of the founding editors of the noteworthy journal n+1 (Couch, 2008), provides a unique perspective into a growing area of involvement for libraries: publishing.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.1111
How to Cite: Rowland, F. et al., (2013). n+1: The Temple University Libraries Interview. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2(1), p.eP1111. DOI: http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.1111
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Published on 27 Nov 2013.

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