Library Journal addresses archive release, letter supporting James Fox

Lisa Peet has the story in the Library Journal, here:

… Fox, previously a non–tenure track associate professor in UO’s history department and the university’s Robert D. Clark Honors College, had been the director of UO special collections and university archives since 1999. He worked with such noted collections as the papers of authors Ursula K. LeGuin and Ken Kesey. “Under James Fox’s leadership,” the letter of support noted, “Special Collections and University Archives—recognizing the lack of a viable records management program at the UO—created the first position in records management on this campus, located it in the library, and raised funds for it.” …

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