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European studies blog

Discover the British Library's extensive collections from continental Europe and read news and views on European culture and affairs.

  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly 20 posts per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

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Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2023 26
2024 1

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Most recent posts

The Endangered Archives Programme: Safeguarding the Private Archive of the Lazic Family
The Endangered Archives Project’s work in 2015 to digitize and preserve the private archive and library collections owned by the Lazic family in Serbia was a vital endeavour. Spanning six generations, the Lazic family has …
On , by European Studies, 62 words
Repairing the Past: on We Slaves of Suriname
On Monday 30 October the Dutch Centre hosts an event to mark the new translation by David McKay of a seminal work on the history of Suriname: We Slaves of Suriname, by Anton de Kom. …
On , by European Studies, 58 words
Jon Fosse, 2023 Nobel Literature Laureate
This year’s Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to the Norwegian writer Jon Fosse. Like many recent European Nobel literature laureates, Fosse is not a particularly familiar name in the UK, although his work …
On , by European Studies, 56 words