The Library’s Assistant Curator reflects on the projects and archival work accomplished through Arts Council England funding between 2020 and 2022.
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The Library’s Photo Archivist explores a recently catalogued and digitised Family Papers collection, supported by Arts Council England funding.
The Library’s Senior Archivist explores a recently catalogued and digitised Family Papers collection, supported by Arts Council England funding.
The Library’s Project Archivist explores a recently catalogued and digitised Family Papers collection, supported by Arts Council England funding.
Applications are open to attend the HGRP’s one-day virtual symposium that will examine themes related to the challenges of transnational digital curation and the sustainability of digital humanities resources.
Our two-day events programme at the Manchester Jewish Museum offers historians, archivists, family historians and heritage practitioners the chance to view one of the Library’s exhibitions and learn more about the ITS archive.
Poetry is a powerful tool for healing and remembrance. For World Poetry Day 2022, the Library’s Periodicals Librarian highlights some of the relevant material in our collections.
‘Capturing the passive bystanders’: Luke Holland’s ‘Final Account’ collection will soon be available at the Library
Head of Collections, Greg Toth, announces a new collection of rare testimonies taken from elderly Germans who either participated or witnessed horrors of the Holocaust.
We are delighted to announce that the Library’s new free educational series for the 2022 Spring/Summer Term is now open for booking.
We are pleased to announce that in November 2021 the Library will be launching a new online Refugee Map resource. Supported by Arts Council England funding, this new digital resource will highlight the Library’s rich collections of Family Papers, making our archival material related to refugee stories more accessible.