The Igbo Studies Archive seeks to build up a free and robust online resource in the field of Igbo studies. We seek subject specialists to write articles of varying lengths (500 to 3000 words) on topics spanning Igbo studies including Igbo culture, history, arts and politics.
I have an almost-complete archive of Facts & Reports, press clippings from Southern Africa, mainly in English and French, from 1970 to 1900 - 2 file boxes. And I am trying to reduce the number of file boxes in my basement!
Dear H-Sci-Med-Tech readers,
Audra writes that, since publication of her review, Lennard Davis has archived his oral histories with University of California-Berkeley's Bancroft Library, and they will be available for use at a future date. Iain
Here is one more entry in our discussion of online, open-access primary sources for student research projects: the New York Public Library is currently digitizing 50,000 pages of early American manuscripts. While the collection emphasizes political themes, it encompasses civic records, business documents, diaries, and other types of material as well.
This year the conference of SCOLMA (the UK Libraries and Archives Group on Africa) discusses the theme
Document to Digital: How Does Digitisation Aid African Research?
For more details go to http://scolma.org/bookings-open-for-scolmas-document-to-digital-conference/.
Venue: National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh
Monday, 11 September 2017