“Documenting the Undocumented: Archiving and recording the refugee experience.” New Blog for the NCPH History@Work blog

My new post for the National Council on Public History History@Work blog on “Documenting the Undocumented: Archiving and recording the refugee experience.” https://loom.ly/S2AQPKk #PublicHistory #Archives How should “archives…look to engage with issues around human rights and social justice?” Part of the #ArchivesMonth series @UEL_Library @LivingRefArch

Reflections on Yesterday by Felicia Yap

Reflections on Yesterday by Felicia Yap Yap, Felicia (2017). Yesterday.  London: Wildfire.  ISBN:  9781472242211 I was intrigued to read the new debut novel Yesterday by Felicia Yap after reading an article in the London Evening Standard focusing on the author’s success with her debut novel coupled with the author’s own interesting back story.  Normally I…

Blog Post for Refugee History: Digital Archives of Refugee History: Resources, Challenges and Opportunities.

Digital Archives of Refugee History: Resources, Challenges and Opportunities. Thank you to colleagues at the Refugee History website for agreeing to publish my blog post looking at the “Digital Archives of Refugee History: Resources, Challenges and Opportunities.” To wet your appetitie, the first couple of paragraphs are reproduced below: All too easily, refugee history can…

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New Article on the UEL OLIve Course for Refugees with Dr. Aura Lounasmaa

Educating Without Borders I am very pleased to say that my recent co-authored article with Dr. Aura Lounasmaa  on our work with our award-winning OLIve (Online Learning Initiative) course for refugees and asytlum seekers at UEL has just been published in the latest edition of the Citizens Rights Watch Newsletter. Written by Dr. Aura Lounasmaa…