Brielle presented her project at the Association of Research Libraries Leadership Fellows Institute at Vanderbilt University.
Exhibition: Vanderbilt Television News Archive Presidential Speeches
Fellowship: Project Proposal
The Vanderbilt Television News Archive is the most comprehensive collection of recordings of the national news broadcasts. The recordings include specials that are valuable to the historical record but are not widely known. Brielle selected from the Archives collection non-copyrightable presidential speeches for an online exhibit. She worked with digital projects team members to design and develop the online exhibit, developed descriptions of materials included, worked with Vanderbilt Television News Archive staff to prepare materials for the web.
M. Brielle Harbin is a fourth-year doctoral student in political science. Her dissertation examines how political leaders use narratives to engage citizens and their effect on citizens' political beliefs and behavior. Brielle holds an M.A. in political science from Brown University and a B.A. in government from Smith College. She is a recipient of a Provost Graduate Fellowship and is a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Scholar.
Brielle presented her project at the Association of Research Libraries Leadership Fellows Institute at Vanderbilt University; at the Center for Teaching's 2014 "Celebration of Learning;" and at the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Preconference of the American Library Association in Las Vegas, NV.
Brielle also presented on her project at the November 2014 All Staff meeting.