Mark Woodhouse is the Head of Technical Services, College Archivist and Mark Twain Archivist at Elmira College in Elmira N.Y.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Elusive Ghosts in Smug Machines: Libraries and the Changing Nature of Knowledge

An examination of the response of the library field to the challenges of rapidly changing trends in information development and knowledge management.

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A Whiff of Tobacco Smoke on the Page: Primary Sources in the Cold New World - Evidence, Imagination and Experience

An examination of the creative educational use of Special Collections materials with attention to the increasing dependence on digitized resources.

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Space and Light and Order: Libraries, Cultural Change and the Locus of Knowledge

An examination of the role of evolving public space as critical to the continued efficacy of libraries as cultural repositories and knowledge providers.

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Surfing the Contours of Consciousness: The Word, the Page and the Screen

An examination of the role of libraries and archives in fostering the continuity of deep engagement with textual materials.

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Extravagant Joy: Digital Libraries, the Illusion of Abundance and the Fragmentation of Learning

A discussion of the potential role of the library as a progressive learning institution in the digital environment.

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“Innocents” and Experience: Mark Twain’s Marginalia in William Prime’s “Tent Life in the Holy Land”, “The Innocents Abroad” and the Resilience of Literature

Recently discovered Mark Twain marginalia, the creation of “Innocents Abroad”, our interaction with the written word and what that means for the continuing relevance of the literary endeavor.

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