Who tells your story? Latin America at the British Library

Who tells your story? Latin America at the British Library
18 November 2017, 2.00pm - 6.00pm
British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

How will our stories be found and our lives remembered in the future? And how might our stories connect with those who’ve gone before? This workshop invites Latin Americans in the UK to explore these questions through the physical and online collections of the British Library. Participants will also share their own objects and materials such as songs, websites or books, as we explore what we would like to be remembered and what we may want to be lost or forgotten. 

Together we will ask how we can shape archives and collections and use them to discover and tell our own individual and collective histories.

Registration is free but please book your place in advance as space is limited.

This event is run by the Open World Research Initiative Cross Language Dynamics Consortium in collaboration with the British Library and Latin Elephant. For more information about OWRI visit: crosslanguagedynamics.blogs.sas.ac.uk/

Follow us on Twitter: @crosslangdyn | @LatinElephant | @_Americas/@britishlibrary

Part of the Being Human festival 2017 | beinghumanfestival.org

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As this is a free event we operate an overbooking policy and those who have booked in advance will receive priority. Please make sure that you arrive promptly for the event as latecomers may not be admitted.

This event is now fully booked. However we are looking at running a similar event in the future. To register your interest, please email naomi.wells@sas.ac.uk


Miss Jo Bradley
020 7862 8833