Looking for introductory information about archives? These sites will help to guide you through international archives before you buy your plane ticket, or even get your hands on an inventory. Fresh from the Archives @ Dissertation Reviews AHA Archives Wiki Archives Made Easy from the London School of Economics
Biographies and topic summaries for speakers at the October 16 SHAW event about archival collections, research, and careers. These archivists are excited to share their work with students and faculty and to stimulate new research and teaching connections between the libraries, archives, and academic departments. Oct 16 4-5:30pm Room 307, History Dept., Stanford University […]
Stanford Libraries’ David Jordan is organizing a series of talks with international scholars about paleography and manuscript collections. See the details below. Autumn Quarter, 2012 Calendar “Reading the unreadable: lay literacy and negotiation of text in Anglo-Saxon England” Dr. Kathryn Lowe, University of Glasgow Tuesday, October 23, 4:30 PM Information Center classroom, Green Library Reception […]
SHAW (Stanford History Archival Workshop) presents Archival Collections and Research at Stanford Tuesday, October 16 4-5:30pm History Department, Building 200, Room 307 Considering a career in archival or library science? Curious about digital humanities projects at Stanford? Interested in learning about research opportunities? Thinking about teaching with on-campus archives? Join us for […]
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1. Call for Applications: Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research, 20-24 May, 2013. George Washington University’s Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies is pleased to announce the 11th annual Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research (SICAR). This prestigious five-day seminar will be held in Washington, D.C., from 20-24 May, 2013. SICAR trains graduate students from […]
Call for papers (via Enfilade) For ten years, the Centre for Editing Lives and Letters has pioneered original archival research that illuminates the past for the benefit of the modern research community, and beyond. To celebrate this anniversary, in early November 2012 we will be holding a conference examining the future of the ‘Permissive Archive’. […]