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(Note: Updated graphic shows the 2nd edition cover.)

UAlbany faculty member Sheila Curran Bernard and UAlbany alum Kenn Rabin (Class of ‘74) co-authored Archival Storytelling: A Filmmaker’s Guide to Finding, Using, and Licensing Third-Party Visuals and Music, 2nd ed, to be published this month.

Kenn, a two-time Emmy Award nominee, is an internationally-recognized expert on the use of archival materials in film storytelling, with credits on projects including Selma, and Milk.

Sheila is fan Emmy and Peabody Award-winning writer and filmmaker and writer whose credits include Documentary Storytelling and the film Slavery by Another Name, shown at the Writers Institute in 2012. At UAlbany, she is a tenured associate professor in the Department of History and the Documentary Studies Program and director of the Institute for History and Public Engagement.

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