Month: November 2015

A display of personal artefacts

We are what we keep: Being Human Festival events

Posted on 16 November 2015 by Laura King

By Laura King, University of Leeds As part of the Being Human festival of the humanities, The Family Archive Project is putting on a series of public events. This week we have an interactive archive workshop on Tuesday 17th, 12-2pm at the Discovery Centre, which will help you think about what’s in your family archive
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A piece of abstract artwork

Egypt: A Guest Blog by Linda Loganathan

Posted on 11 November 2015 by Vicky Crewe

As part of the Family Archive Project, we have invited members of the public to contribute guest blog posts on how people create and use their own family archives today. Here, Linda Loganathan describes how she discovered and has used a part of her own family archive. It all began shortly after my Father died
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