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Participating librarians and scholars provide information here about collections, archives and data sets of interest to area and international studies (AIS) research, propose preservation of those collections and the creation of new digital resources from data sets, and vote on the merits of those proposals. Community input provided here informs and guides the building of new AIS resources.

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Democratic Republic of Congo newspapers from Northwestern University

Northwestern University Library proposes to arrange for the microfilming through CAMP of about 53,000 pages of two newspapers and a supplement from the Democratic Republic of Congo

La prospérité : journal d'actions pour la démocratie et le dévéloppement (Kinshasa, Congo).  La saga (Kinshasa, Congo) – Supplemet to La prospérité.  La Référence plus.
Source Format: 
Paper
Target Format: 
Microfilm
Updated: 
Apr 24, 2019 10:19am

Diario de Pernambuco

Microfilm holdings of Diario de Pernambuco (Brazil) for years 1825-1923 digitized.

Source Format: 
Microfilm
Target Format: 
Digital
Updated: 
Oct 2, 2018 3:02pm

Ḍifāf : siyāsīyah fikrīyah thaqāfīyah tuʻná bi-tarjamat al-maʻrifah al-muʻāṣirah tuṣdar ʻan Dār al-Baʻth bi-al-taʻāwun maʻa Wizārat al-Taʻlīm al-ʻĀlī.

A cultural-political journal published by the Syrian Ba‘th Party. It was published since 2010 (if not earlier) and during the Syrian civil war

Source Format: 
Paper
Target Format: 
Microfilm
Updated: 
Nov 19, 2018 6:13pm

Digital Archive of Latin American and Caribbean Ephemera

The Princeton University Library (PUL) sought support from the Latin Americanist Research Resources Project (LARRP) for digitizing an extensive hidden collection of ephemeral materials from Latin America.  The proposed 3-year pilot project is an essential step in the larger process of making the digitally reformatted ephemera freely and globally available through a discovery interface which will include faceted searching and browsing.  Outcomes of the 3-year project are approximately 12,800 digital objects with accompanying item-level descriptive metadata, deployment of a scalable, sustainable and replicable model for timely online disclosure of similar collections with a robust...

Source Format: 
Paper
Target Format: 
Digital
Updated: 
Oct 2, 2018 3:44pm

Digitizing Peru's Print Revolution

This project proposes the digitization of an initial corpus of rare nineteenth-century Peruvian serials, ephemeral circulars, and popular song and verse imprints held in the José E. Durand Peruvian History Collection at the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries. These unique materials support new scholarship on diverse political and cultural topics in Peruvian history. They also offer new insights on the worldwide nineteenth-century revolution in print culture, providing fodder for comparative work by scholars across disciplines. The materials included in this first corpus date to the first half of the nineteenth century. They will be digitized and enhanced with OCR. They will then be slated for incorporation into the Libraries’ repository that allows users to...

Source Format: 
Paper
Target Format: 
Digital
Updated: 
Jul 10, 2019 3:03pm

DLOC Caribbean Periodicals

On behalf of the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), Florida International University proposes to digitize 178 issues of four Caribbean Periodicals: Carteles, Habana Yacht Club (H.Y.C.), Miramar Yacht Club, and Savacou. The project will be carried out with dLOC partners: the University of the West Indies (Mona, Jamaica), the University of Florida, and additionally, the Florida International University Libraries Special Collections Department. FIU and UWI hold the actual copies of the periodicals which are in fragile condition. The project seeks to preserve them.

Source Format: 
Paper
Target Format: 
Digital
Updated: 
Jun 19, 2018 4:05pm


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