Volunteer Vacancy – Archival Work

Published: December 3rd 2018

Join the Expatriate Archive Centre as part of our volunteer team! The Expatriate Archive Centre (EAC) collects and preserves original source material documenting the social history of expatriate life. The Centre is based in The Hague and has a small, dedicated staff. We are supported by an enthusiastic team of…

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Keeping Blogs Alive

Published: November 29th 2018

The Expatriate Archive Centre (EAC) is an independent non-profit foundation. We aim to collect and preserve expatriate life stories, regardless of a person’s country of origin or where they moved to. Our focus is primarily on unique personal writings. Though much of our collection is tangible — including photographs, letters,…

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Looking for ‘Life on the Move’ and ‘Life Now’ contributors!

Published: November 27th 2018

By Peter Emmerson In the light of recent changes to European Data Protection legislation, the Expatriate Archive Centre (EAC) would like to contact any contributors (or their immediate families) to the publications Life on the Move (1993) and Life Now (1996). In the 1990s this material was collected for the…

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Volunteer Vacancy – Social Media

Published: November 7th 2018

Join the Expatriate Archive Centre as part of our volunteer team! The Expatriate Archive Centre (EAC) collects, registers and preserves original source material documenting the social history of expatriate life for academic researchers. The Centre is based in The Hague (Archipel area) and has a small, dedicated staff. We are…

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Do Archives have a Place in the Digital Era?

Published: October 17th 2018

By George Karakostas Living in the 21st century, it should come to no one’s surprise that the internet has provided an abundance of information for anyone interested in conducting research. This unprecedented access to primary sources found online has raised important questions concerning the current role of the archive. For…

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