Democratic Access or Privileged Exclusion: Preserving (and Listening!) to the Voice(s) of the Refugee, within the Archival Record of the Nation-State

Conference paper


Dudman, P. 2014. Democratic Access or Privileged Exclusion: Preserving (and Listening!) to the Voice(s) of the Refugee, within the Archival Record of the Nation-State. Refugee Studies Centre 2014 Conference. St Anne's College, University of Oxford 24 - 25 Mar 2014 Oxford University of Oxford, Refugee Studies Centre.
AuthorsDudman, P.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Presentation aims to investigate the role of Archives in preserving the history of the nation-state and to consider the notion that the voices of refugees are often marginalised or left un-heard with the Archive, or even deliberately overlooked in favour of the dominant narratives of the nation.
This paper will also briefly consider the approaches being undertaken to collect and preserve the history of the refugee experience.

Keywordsrefugees; archives
Year2014
ConferenceRefugee Studies Centre 2014 Conference
PublisherUniversity of Oxford, Refugee Studies Centre
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CC BY-ND
Publication dates
Print24 Mar 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited28 Apr 2014
Place of publicationOxford
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