"This month marks a great loss for the Briscoe Center and the entire University of Texas community with the death of Bernard Rapoport. It was one of the great honors of my life to work with him on his memoir, Being Rapoport: Capitalist with a Conscience, and it left me with nothing but deep admiration, respect, and affection for B."
Join the Briscoe Center on April 27 for a special screening of Dominick Dunne: After the Party, followed by a conversation with Dominick's son, Griffin Dunne, the noted actor, director, and producer.
The Briscoe Center and the University of Texas Libraries have embarked upon the Bernard Rapoport Legacy Project to create an updated, digitized edition of Rapoport's memoir linked with hundreds of historical documents and photographs.
The newest release in the Briscoe Center's Focus on American History book series features 21 essays on the events and personalities that have shaped the University and the people whose lives it has touched.
Through the Smith Travel Award, the Briscoe Center assists masters, doctoral, and post-doctoral students who need to conduct in-depth research in the holdings of the Briscoe Center and who reside outside of the Austin metropolitan area.