Archives in Translation Join us for a GLAM members meeting focusing on translator’s archives, and literary archives in languages other than English. The meeting will include presentations from members at the University of Manchester, the Southbank Poetry Centre and Cambridge University Library, amongst others. The meeting will be held in Cambridge University Library. See http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/contact-us Agenda to… Continue reading GLAM Meeting, Cambridge, 22nd March
Join us for the GLAM members meeting at the National Poetry Library (https://www.nationalpoetrylibrary.org.uk/) from 12.30pm on Monday 29th October 2018. The event will focus on poets and poetry archives, with papers from various GLAM member institutions. Agenda to follow. Please book tickets at https://glam_members_meeting.eventbrite.co.uk
The long-awaited collection of essays reflecting the work of the Diasporic Literary Archives Network has now been published. via 'The Future of Literary Archives'
To mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of the poet and playwright Paul Claudel (1868–1955), a new exhibition in the Cambridge University Library’s main Entrance Hall displays highlights from a collection of letters, postcards, verses and books sent or presented by Claudel to his friend and collaborator Audrey Parr (1892–1940), and donated to the… Continue reading Paul Claudel and Audrey Parr: a Cambridge exhibition
Robert H. Taylor Curator of Literary and Historical Manuscripts (Full-time) The Morgan Library & Museum seeks a senior curator to lead its Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts. The Robert H. Taylor Curator and Department Head manages, interprets, and advances the Morgan’s notable collection of primarily handwritten documents spanning more than 500 years and including major… Continue reading Job Opportunity: Morgan Library & Museum for Curator of Literary Manuscripts
SCOLMA Annual Conference Things come together?: Literary archives from, in and for Africa Monday 10 September 2018 University of Birmingham CALL FOR PAPERS This conference will explore African literary archives, their creation, preservation, digitisation and use in research and teaching. African literature is multi-faceted and multi-lingual. Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart (1958) not only signalled… Continue reading Call for Papers: ‘Things come together?: Literary archives from, in and for Africa’
John Rylands Library Special Collections Blog via 'A Ghost in the Rylands Library': The Papers of Elaine Feinstein
The friendship formed by the poet Siegfried Sassoon with the literary hostess Lady Ottoline Morrell was among the most formative of his life. Begun by correspondence early in 1916 while he was serving on the Western Front, the relationship introduced Sassoon to the circle of pacifist intellectuals centred on the Morrells’ home at Garsington in Oxfordshire.… Continue reading On display: ‘Poems by Siegfried Sassoon’
Please see below for details of our next meeting: GLAM Programme 6th October 2017 The meeting will be at Hull History Centre. Information on how to find the venue is also in the agenda document. We look forward to seeing you there!
John Rylands Library Special Collections Blog ‘Power – For my angel poet-friend’: The Papers of Elaine Feinstein Source: ‘Power – For my angel poet-friend’: The Papers of Elaine Feinstein | John Rylands Library Special Collections Blog