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Mapping Literary Archives Around the World

The Diasporic Literary Archives Network has held several discussions with its partners about the possibilities of building maps to illustrate the careers of literary authors, their [ Read more… ]

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Collecting Policies and Place; comparative perspectives

The presentation with the full title Collecting Policies and Place : comparative perspectives : examples of other collecting policies – UK, Brazil, Portugal and Turkey, given [ Read more… ]

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Safe Havens article in ‘Comma’

Members and friends of the Diasporic Literary Archives Network can now read online David Sutton’s article about the project on Safe Havens for Archives at Risk. [ Read more… ]

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British Literary Visits

Some countries have a concentrated focus in respect of locations of literary manuscripts (we have noted the key role of the National Library of Uruguay, for [ Read more… ]

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Veno Kauaria

The Diasporic Literary Archives Network grieves together at the death of one of its founding members, Veno Kauaria. Our condolences also go to her family, friends [ Read more… ]

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Safe Havens for Archives at Risk: Guiding Principles

The Guiding Principles for Safe Havens for Archives at Risk, produced by an international group of experts, convened by swisspeace and including the Director of the [ Read more… ]

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New UK Location Register entries

Diasporic locations within the British Isles are also of interest to the Diasporic Literary Archives Network, based at the University of Reading (UK), and three particularly [ Read more… ]

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Fondation pour la Mémoire de l’Esclavage

La Fondation pour la Mémoire de l’Esclavage est créée Annoncée par le Président de la République Emmanuel Macron le 10 mai dernier, la Fondation pour la [ Read more… ]

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Asian Diasporic Literature: Past, Present and Future

Details have been announced of an international conference entitled “Asian Diasporic Literature: Past, Present and Future” to be held on 29-30 July 2020 at the School [ Read more… ]

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Caribbean Literary Heritage

One of the sister projects of the Diasporic Literary Archives Network is entitled Caribbean Literary Heritage and is based primarily at the University of East Anglia, [ Read more… ]

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